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".
Latitude and longitude of Novo Mesto
Novo Mesto (pronounced [ˈnɔːʋɔ ˈmeːstɔ]; Slovene: Novo mesto; also known by other alternative names) is the city on a bend of the Krka River in the City Municipality of Novo Mesto in southeastern Slovenia, close to the border with Croatia.
Latitude: 45° 48' 14.29" N
Longitude: 15° 10' 7.90" E
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Ozalj (Hungarian: Ozaly, German: Wosail or Woseil) is a town in central Croatia, located north of Karlovac and southwest of Jastrebarsko, on the Kupa River.
Jastrebarsko (pronounced [jâstrebarsko]; Hungarian: Jaska) is a town in Zagreb County, Croatia.
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…
Jastrebarsko concentration camp was a concentration camp that housed Serbian children between the ages of one month to fourteen years during World War II, located in Jastrebarsko, Croatia. It was open for two months in 1942. The camp was set up spec…
Sveta Nedelja (literally Holy Sunday in English) is a town in Zagreb County, Croatia.
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 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…
Gradac (pronounced [ˈɡɾaːdats]; German: Gradaz) is a village in the Municipality of Metlika in the White Carniola area of southeastern Slovenia, close to the border with Croatia on the Lahinja River. It is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Stat…
Krašić is a village and municipality in central Croatia, located near Jastrebarsko and Ozalj, south of Žumberak and north of Kupa, about 50 km southwest of Zagreb. Krašić comprises an area of about 3.63 km2.
Cerklje ob Krki Airport is the only military airport in Slovenia, and a civilian airport. The Cerklje ob Krki Air Base operates at it.
With its height of 1,178 metres (3,865 ft), Sveta Gera (Croatian: "Mount St.
Pleterje Charterhouse (Slovene: Kartuzijanski samostan Pleterje; German: Kartause Plettriach, also Pleterjach, Pletriach, or Pleteriach) is a Carthusian monastery, or charterhouse, in the village of Drča near Šentjernej in Slovenia, the only extant …
The Mirna is a river in southeastern Slovenia. The river, in which the marathon swimmer Martin Strel first learned to swim, is a right tributary of the Sava River in the province of Lower Carniola. It is 44 kilometers (27 mi) long, starts below the …
The Lahinja is a river in White Carniola, the extreme southeastern part of Slovenia.
Laze pri Boštanju (pronounced [ˈlaːzɛ pɾi bɔˈʃtaːnju]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills south of Boštanj in the Municipality of Sevnica in central Slovenia. The area is part of the historical region of Lower Carniola. The municipality is now i…