Kumrovec (Croatian pronunciation: [kûmroʋet͡s]) is a village in the northern part Croatia, part of Krapina-Zagorje County. It sits on the Sutla River, along the Croatian-Slovenian border. The Kumrovec municipality has 1,588 residents (2011), but the…
Latitude and longitude of Krško
Krško (pronounced [ˈkə́ɾʃkɔ]) is a town in eastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Krško. The town lies on the Sava River. The area is traditionally divided between Styria (territory on the left bank of the Sava) and Lower Carniola (territory on the right bank of the Sava).
Latitude: 45° 57' 32.94" N
Longitude: 15° 29' 30.01" E
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Zagreb County (Croatian: Zagrebačka županija) is a county in central Croatia. It surrounds – but does not contain – the nation's capital Zagreb, which is a separate territorial unit. For that reason, it is often nicknamed "Zagreb ring".
Mèdvednica (pronounced [mɛ̌dʋɛdnit͡sa]) is a mountain in central Croatia, just north of Zagreb and marking the southern border of the historic region of Zagorje. The highest peak, at 1,035 metres (3,396 ft) is Sljeme. Most of the area of Medvednica …
Krapina-Zagorje County (Croatian: Krapinsko-zagorska županija) is a county in northern Croatia.
Gradec or Grič (Hungarian: Gréc, Latin: Mons Graecensis prope Zagrabiam) is a part of Zagreb, Croatia, and together with Kaptol it is the medieval nucleus of the city.
Medvedgrad (pronounced [mědʋedɡraːd]; Croatian for bear-town or city of bears; Hungarian: Medvevár) is a medieval fortified town located on the south slopes of Medvednica mountain, approximately halfway from the Croatian capital Zagreb to the mounta…
The Presidential Palace (Croatian: Predsjednički dvori, also referred to by the metonym Pantovčak) in Zagreb is the official residence of the President of Croatia. The president does not actually live in the building as it is used to house the Offic…
Žumberačka gora, in short Žumberak (Croatian, pronounced [ʒumbêːrak]), Gorjanci (Slovene, pronounced [gorjaŋt͡si]) or Uskokengebirge (historic German name) is a range of mountains or hills between Croatia and Slovenia. The highest peak is Sveta Gera…
Veliki Tabor is a fortress and museum in northwest Croatia, dating from the 12th century.
Sveta Nedelja (literally Holy Sunday in English) is a town in Zagreb County, Croatia.
Zagreb TV Tower is a 169 metre (563 ft) tall TV tower built of reinforced concrete on the summit of the 1035 metre (3450 ft) tall mountain Medvednica near Zagreb, Croatia.
Zabok is a town and municipality situated in northwest Croatia in the Krapina-Zagorje County. It has a total population of 8,994 (census 2011). Zabok is situated on the main crossroads in the heart of Hrvatsko zagorje region.
The Sutla (Croatian) or Sotla (Slovene) is a river flowing through Slovenia and Croatia, mostly forming their border. It is a tributary to the Sava, itself a tributary to the Danube.
The Savinja (pronounced [saˈviːnja]) is a river in northeast Slovenia which flows mostly in the Upper and Lower Savinja Valley (Slovene: Zgornja in Spodnja Savinjska dolina) and through the cities of Celje and Laško. The Savinja is the main river of…
The following page lists all power stations in Slovenia.
The Krka (pronounced [ˈkəɾːka]; German: Gurk, Latin: Corcoras) is a river in southeastern Slovenia (the traditional region of Lower Carniola), a right tributary of the Sava.
Mokrice Castle (pronounced [mɔˈkɾiːtsɛ]; German: Mokritz) is a medieval castle southeast of Brežice, Slovenia, located in the Gorjanci hills in the village of Jesenice, near the Croatian border. First mentioned in 1444, it was rebuilt in the 16th ce…
Črnomerec (Croatian pronunciation: [t͡ʃr̩noměːret͡s]) is one of the city districts of Zagreb, Croatia.