“Once I have set my foot on these rocks, my soul could not drift from the view of this wonderful valley. This place will be a site of my new home. I don’t know whether I love it more in the summer, when gently wind chases off the heat, or during tender snowy winter, which embraces the valley in pure whiteness.” These were the words of romantic Count Jankovac, describing the mountain of Papuk in 1840. Even today, people are keen of remembering his words and deeds as they visit the site. Occasionally, a live-action performance is scheduled in Jankovic Park depicting the life of this Croatian romantic. Learn more about Papuk here.