Gologorica – Moncalvo di Pisino:”Mikula Gologoricki”
Schuel gave Gologorica to a Priest and after Schuel died the Emperor Federico III of Austria gave the property to the Priest Antonio di Pisino, who gave it to some other Priests.
In 1750 the last beneficiary of the rights over Gologorica was the abbot Carlo Antonio Biotz who rented Gologorica to Gian Pietro De Franceschi. After Biotz died the Emperor Maria Tereza decided that beneficiary of the feudal rights over Gologorica would be Pican Bishops and they rented the property to the family De Franceschi.
In 1788 Bishop seat of Pican was suspended and Gologorica passed to County of Pazin.
Like most other Istrian border towns and villages also Gologorica was involved in the wars that happened in the region over the centuries.
In 1463 Gologorica was destroyed by the Frankopan army. In 1508 was occupied by Venetians and in 1511 was destroyed by the Turks.
In 19th century after a short period of Napoleon rule was again part of Austria and the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Between the two World Wars was part of Italy and after the Second World War became part of Yugoslavia (Croatia).
During the Italian Fascist period in Istria many Istrian families suffered from the regime or had to leave Istria. Fascism in Istria applied various repressive measures mostly towards Slav populations and this created the Antifascist Movement.
The Second World War was a very painful experience for the Istrian population and many innocent Istrians, both Slav and Latin, died during that war.
After the second World War Gologorica became part of Yugoslavia (Croatia). There were three agreements between Yugoslavia and Italy which established that Istria would become a part of Yugoslavia: Paris Agreement of 1947, London Memorandum of 1954 and the Osimo Agreement reached in 1975.
In the first decade after the Second World War many Istrians, especially those living in towns and villages that for centuries were part of the Venice Republic, decided to leave Istria.
In 1991 with the fall of Yugoslavia and the founding of the Republic of Croatia, the internal republic boundaries were recognised as the state boundaries and Gologorica is today part of Croatia.
In 2013 Gologorica became part of the European Union. You can not change the past but you can try to learn from it. The main aim of the European Union founders was to build a system that could avoid future wars and future refugees in Europe as I explain in COSMOPOLITE.