Here is Romana's city...it looks so pretty....it talks about their industries but doesn't include having resident intellectuals who can speak English like a professional!!!
A town in the Lonja-Ilova basin, in the southern piedmont part of Bilogora, 80 km west of Zagreb; elevation 135 m; population 26,926. Cultural, administrative and business centre of the Bilo-gora-Moslavina region. Major industries include food processing (milling industry, meat products, alcoholic drinks, dairy products, biscuits), building contracting and metal processing. Bjelovar is located on the main road (M1.3). The railroad via Krizevci connects Bjelovar with Zagreb and another one via Virovitica connects it with Osijek.
Among cultural and historical monuments of this town, built according to physical plans, the most interesting are the Town Museum building, the parish church of St. Theresa with the Historic Archives and the "Preradovic" barracks.
Bjelovar Livestock Exhibition (in September) is the main annual event in the town. Sports grounds and outdoor swimming pools, as well as the surrounding forests (Bilogora) provide various sports and recreational opportunities. The forests are rich in game. There is an abundance of fish in the Cesma and Plavnica rivers, as well as in the fishponds Siscani, Narta, etc.