Kaboga is a noble family name originating from the 8th century. They were highly influential due to their socio-economic status which made them one of the most famous families in the Republic times. Kaboga now is a renovated summer house of the mentioned noble family; situated on the south bank of the river Ombla. The summer house is listed as one of the twenty most important cultural heritage sites in Croatia. It was built in Gothic-Renaissance style which changed its features in the 18th century into more of a Baroque/Classicism style. It consists of a house with a front porch, above the porch there’s a terrace leading us to the chapel of Saint Bernard. Around the house there are many beautiful, rich, vibrant green gardens that add just enough balance to the stone looking venue.