The City of Kutina is the most important urban and business centre of Moslavina, the region occupying the central part of Republic of Croatia. Moslavina, as a separate region extends over three administrative units, those of Sisak-Moslavina (for its larger part), Bjelovar-Bilogora and Zagreb counties. It is bounded by rivers: the Česma in the west, the Ilova and Pakra in the east, the Lonja in the south and Moslavačka Gora Mountain in the north. The name Kutina was mentioned for the first time in the Charter of the Hungarian and Croatian king Bela IV. The Charter regulates the boundaries between two estates of the Garić and Gračenica districts. Today Kutina total of approximately 25,000 residents.