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Gornji Kraljevec, Međimurje County

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Gornji Kraljevec (Felsőkirályfalva) is a village in Međimurje County, Croatia. The village is part of the Vratišinec municipality. It is located in the northern part of Međimurje County, around 10 kilometres from the centre of Čakovec, the county seat. It is mainly surrounded by agricultural fields, with other nearby villages including Krištanovec and Sivica. The population of Gornji Kraljevec in the 2011 census was 592. It also includes the population of the hamlet of Remis, located approximately a kilometre outside Gornji Kraljevec, on the road connecting the village with Sivica. History In 1478, the village was listed as Kralowecz in the list of settlements belonging to the Čakovec area. The local church was built in 1896. In the 1910 census, the village had a population of 562. It was at the time already predominantly populated by Croats, with Hungarians being a significant minority. The village was part of the Čakovec district (Csáktornyai já
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