Pisarovina – a town with a population of 3770. The town is 25 km from Zagreb and is situated on a regional road between the Vukomerička gorica, the Kupa River and Draganićka forest. The picturesque landscape include both plains and hills, with scattered old oak forests, woods and winding rivers running down towards the clear Kupa River. Just south of Pisarovina is the mineral water spring Jamnička Kiselica. The popular Jamnica water was discovered in 1770, and the first chemical analysis of the mineral water was carried out in 1772 on orders by the Empress Maria Therese. In 1828, this was the first water in this part of Europe to be bottled for sale. Today, Jamnica is the most popular brand of mineral water in Croatia.