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Settlements / Čezsoča
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 05 February, 2018, 10:12:00 »
Čezsoča is a smaller settlement in municipality Bovec in the immediate vicinity of the river Soča, on southern part of Bovec basin, under the slopes of Polovnik. Name of the village is assembled from prepositional phrase over Soča, if we look from Bovec the village is located beyond Soča, on the left bank of the river.

Read more about the village: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/cezsoca/
Sights of special interest / Gallus embarkment
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 25 August, 2017, 13:45:52 »
Galluss embarkment is located on the right bank of river Ljubljanica, it is known by many Antiques, convenience stores and bars.

Read more about embarkment: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/gallus-embarkment/
Second World War / Rupnik line
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 03 July, 2017, 08:21:03 »
Rupnik line is a fortification system, which was built by former kingdom of Yugoslavia. Rupnik’s line was had been built between years 1935 and 1941, before 2nd World War as a defence against Italians attacks.

Read more about the fortification system: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/rupnik-line/
Settlements / Veliko Trebeljevo
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 21 June, 2017, 08:48:03 »
Veliko Trebeljevo is a nucleated village, which lies on the divide ridge between streams Besnica on the west and Reka on the east side, at the altitude 556 meters, and has 114 residents.

Read more about the village: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/veliko-trebeljevo/
First World War / Italian ossuary
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 20 June, 2017, 07:39:31 »
The ossuary was built in times of systematic italian arranging of military cemeteries on Gradič around the church St. Anthony. This is the only italian ossuary in Slovenia, because all other remains of the soldiers were transferred to ossuary Sredpolje (Redipuglia) and Oslavje.

Read more about the ossuary: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/italian-ossuary/
Walking routes / Heart path on Golovec
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 09 June, 2017, 10:11:39 »
Heart path on Golovec takes us on the paths of Golovec, it is marked with logos of Society for health of the heart and vascular system of Slovenia.

Read more about the path: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/heart-path-golovec/
Other attractions / Inscription Tito on Sabotin
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 08 June, 2017, 10:41:12 »
Sabotin is for many interesting also because of its inscription on the slope. It gives the hill a recognizable seal and is the source of numerous controversies among locals.

Read more about the inscription: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/inscription-tito-on-sabotin/
Illyrian provinces / Fort Predel
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 08 June, 2017, 08:15:22 »
Fort Predel is located only a few 100 meters away from the pass Predel and was one of the six forts from Koroška fort system. During the war and after a wrathful battle it was burned down twice.

Read more about the fort: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/fort-predel/
Hills / Sabotin
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 06 June, 2017, 10:06:52 »
Sabotin is an elevation, which rises above Solkan and despite his modest height, 609 meters, offers great view on the surroundings of Solkan and Nova Gorica, as well as the view on Julian Alps, river Soča, Karst, sea, Friuli lowlands and western Alps.

Read more about the hill: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/sabotin/
Roman Empire / Roman water tower
« Last post by Travel-Slovenia admin on 06 June, 2017, 08:01:41 »
In the village Vrtovin, just below the top of St. Paul, is preserved a water tower from the Roman age, which is the highest technical Roman fort in Slovenia, as it reaches the height of 11 meters.

Read more about the tower: http://www.travel-slovenia.si/location/roman-water-tower/
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