Church of St. Theresa of Avila (Suhopolje)
The Parish Church of St. Theresa was built in the classicist style from 1807 to 1816, and it was dedicated in 1821. The decision to build the parish church was made by the owner of the Terezovac estate, Count Ivan Nepomuk Janković, with his wife, Countess Terezija Janković. In honor of the Countess, the parish church is dedicated to St. Theresa of Avila. The church is a classicist building with a square sanctuary and a circular nave with a vaulted dome. Next to the circular nave there are two side bell towers, with two chapels on the ground floor. Next to the main facade is a portico with pillars. The church is built of brick. The construction of the dome consists of two parts, external and internal, and it is built of wood. The inventory of the parish church dates from the beginning of the 19th century, and bears the stylistic characteristics of classicism. The inventory consists of the following items: the main altar of St. Theresa with the altarpiece, baptistery, two wooden pedestals, six candlesticks, two canonical plates, altar partition, pulpit, oratory, organ, painting “Pieta”, and painting “St. Trinity”. The church is one of the most prominent examples of classicist architecture outside urban centers.
A place of prayer (Gradina)
On the feast of St. Antun, on Friday, June 13, 1997, at the foot of the Gradina primary school, a small group of students had an unusual experience that was accepted by the general public as the apparition of the Mother of God. Since then, Gradina has been visited by many curious people and believers. The place of the miraculous experience has been transformed into a place of prayer, rosary and Marian songs. History records, and the older inhabitants of Gradina remember, a very similar miracle that happened also on the feast of St. Antun, on Friday, June 13, 1939, at the Kaniža pond by the road to Gradinski Lug, which the general public also accepted as the apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Church of St. Joseph (Slatina)
The Parish Church of St. Josip in Slatina was built in 1913 and it is a typical example of the neo-gothic style in the architecture of that time.
Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Voćin)
The church was built in the 15th century in the Gothic style with elements of the so-called Prague Gothic school. It represents the largest example of Gothic architecture outside urban centers in our country. The church was completely demolished in 1991 during the Homeland War, and its restoration in the original state, by the method of facsimile reconstruction, was completed in 2011. The interior of the church is decorated with works by the most prominent contemporary Croatian authors, so that the church as a whole is a top cultural tourist destination. A rose garden and an arboretum with plants originating from 5 continents are planted outside the church.