Old Town of Pakrac is the historical center of the city and one of the main attractions for visitors. If you have rented accommodation in Pakrac, you will find the remains of the Old Town in the heart of the city, surrounded by buildings such as the post office and police station. The Old Town of Pakrac was one of the largest fortresses in Western Slavonia, built in the shape of an irregular pentagon with 7 circular towers at the corners and another large tower in the interior. It is believed that the builders were members of a powerful crusader order and owners of Pakrac in the 13th century. Famous coins were minted here - Slavonian banovci, which served as a means of payment in other neighboring countries. It was on the banovac that the image of the marten first appeared, and today, replaced by the euro, the Croatian currency is named after this coin minted in Pakrac. The Pakrac fortress served as the seat of the Vrana priory for a long time, and secular figures at its helm were among the most powerful individuals in the Croatian Kingdom. The owners of the Old Town of Pakrac were also the famous brothers Talovac, Matko, and Ivan. It is difficult now to imagine what a fairy-tale place this was in the Middle Ages. The stone fortress, surrounded by a water-filled moat, medieval knights, and a market square in front of it, were all part of medieval Pakrac, along with the settlement outside its walls.