The terrain of the town of Gospic is mountainous. During summers, plenty of travelers approach this town to get relief from the heat. In winter time, the Gospic area is ideal for skiing. Within the town, the travelers can entertain themselves by visiting some attention-grabbing cemeteries and religious sites dating back to the seventeenth century. Gospic plays a remarkable role in the tourism business of the area as it is the gateway to the Velebit National Park and the Plitvice Lakes. With car hire at Gospic, many interesting excursions are easily possible even in a short frame of time.
The tower of Aga Senkovic, the parish church of St. Mary and the army barracks from 1767 are the major sights in the town. Other notable attractions of the town include the chapel of St. John Nepomuk, a monument dedicated to Nikola Tesla, and the monument of the Bust of a Woman with Ducats. The town of Gospic also houses a museum with nice collection of items presenting the Iapodian culture and some Roman goods. The town is popular as the birth place of the prominent scientist ‘Nikola Tesla’ who is known as the father of physics. This scientist has remarkable contributions in the areas of electricity and magnetism.
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