Sisak is a city and episcopal located at the confluence of the Kuva, Sava and Odras rivers 57km southeast of the Croatian capital Zagreb and usually considered to be where the Sava basin begins with an elevation of 99m. The town’s total population as per 2011 was 47,763 of which more than 30,000 lived in the urban settlements, 85% were Croats, 6% Serbs, 3% Bosniaks, 1% Romani and the remaining the other ethnicities. The town is administrative center of Sisak- Moslavina County. It lies on the main road Zagreb –Sisak-Petrinja and the railway line Zagreb-Sisak –Sunja. In the late 19th and 20th century the town was a district capital in the Zagreb County of the kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia.