The Sora is a right affluent of the Sava River in the northeastern part of Slovenia. The Sora gathers its waters mainly from the Škofja Loka Hills. Its source branches are the Poljane Sora (Slovene: Poljanska Sora, also Poljanščica), named after the…
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Kamnik (pronounced [ˈkaːmnik]; German: Stein or Stein in Oberkrain) is a town in northern Slovenia. It is the central settlement of the Municipality of Kamnik. It encompasses a large part of the Kamnik Alps and the surrounding area.
Latitude: 46° 13' 33.13" N
Longitude: 14° 36' 43.45" E
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Lake Gradišče (Slovene: Gradiško jezero) is a lake near Lukovica in Slovenia.
The Kokra (pronounced [ˈkoːkɾa]) is a river of Slovenia.
Kiberpipa (Slovene: Cyberpipe) is a hackerspace in Ljubljana, Slovenia, established in 2001 as a part of the K6/4 Institute.
The Geometric Centre of the Republic of Slovenia (Slovene: Geometrično središče Republike Slovenije, GEOSS) is the geometric centre of the country. Its geographic coordinates are (46°07′11.8″N14°48′55.2″E) and its elevation is 644.842 m. It lies in…
The Čabranka is a small river on the border between Slovenia and Croatia. It is 17.5 kilometres (10.9 mi) long and is a left tributary of the Kupa River (Croatian: Kupa, Slovene: Kolpa). Its source is just west of the settlement of Podplanina in the…
Skuta (pronounced [ˈskuːta]) is the third-highest peak in the Kamnik Alps and is known for its glacier, which is the easternmost in the Alps.
The Gradaščica is a river in Slovenia. The river is 33 km (21 mi) long. It begins in Polhov Gradec at the confluence of Little Creek (Slovene: Mala Voda) and Big Božna Creek. Near Vrhovci it is joined by Horjulščica Creek (a.k.a. Horjulka Creek). No…
The Fužine Bridge (Slovene: Fužinski most) is a bridge crossing the Ljubljanica River near Fužine Castle in the eastern part of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
The Dreta (pronounced [ˈdɾeːta]) is a river in Styria, northeastern Slovenia. The river is 29 km (18 mi) long. Its source is near the Črnivec Pass in the Kamnik Alps. It flows through the town of Gornji Grad, Bočna, and Šmartno ob Dreti, and merges …
Bežigrad Gymnasium (Slovene: Gimnazija Bežigrad) is a selective coeducational state secondary school for students aged between 15 to 20. It is named after the Bežigrad district in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where it is located.
Trstenik (pronounced [təɾstɛˈniːk]) is a village in the hills north of Kranj in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia.
The Rudnik District (pronounced [ˈɾuːdnik], Slovene: Četrtna skupnost Rudnik), or simply Rudnik, is a district (mestna četrt) of the City Municipality of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
Hrastje (pronounced [ˈxɾaːstjɛ]; German: Hrastie) is a village on the left bank of the Sava River just south of Kranj in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia.
The Tržič Bistrica (Slovene: Tržiška Bistrica) is a river in Upper Carniola, Slovenia. The river is 27 kilometres (17 mi) in length.
The Seeberg Saddle (German: Seebergsattel, Slovene: Jezerski vrh), also just Seeberg (Jezersko) is a high mountain pass connecting Bad Eisenkappel in the Austrian state of Carinthia with Jezersko in the Slovenian region of Carinthia.
The Pšata (pronounced [ˈpʃaːta]; in older sources also Pešata) is a river of Slovenia. The river is 28 km (17 mi) long.
Moste (pronounced [ˈmoːstɛ]) is a former village in the east-central part of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.