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Slovenia (/sloʊˈviːniə, slə-, -njə/ sloh-VEE-nee-ə; Slovene: Slovenija [slɔˈʋéːnija]), officially the Republic of Slovenia (Slovene: About this sound Republika Slovenija , abbr.: RS), is a nation state in southern Central Europe, located at the crossroads of main European cultural and trade routes. It is bordered by Italy to the west, Austria to the north, Hungary to the northeast, Croatia to the south and southeast, and the Adriatic Sea to the southwest. It covers 20,273 square kilometers (7,827 sq mi) and has a population of 2.06 million. It is a parliamentary republic and a member of the United Nations, European Union, and NATO. The capital and largest city is Ljubljana. The territory is mostly mountainous with a mainly continental climate, with the exception of the Slovene Littoral that has a sub-Mediterranean climate and the north-western area that has an Alpine climate. Additionally, the Dinaric Alps and the Pannonian Plain meet on the territory of Slovenia. The country, marked by a significant biological diversity, is one of the most water-rich in Europe, with a dense river network, a rich aquifer system, and significant karst underground watercourses. Over half of the territory is covered by forest. The human settlement of Slovenia is dispersed and uneven. The Slavic, Germanic, Romance, and Hungarian languages meet here. Although the population is not homogeneous, the majority is Slovene. Slovene is the official language throughout the country. Slovenia is a largely secularized country, but its culture and identity have been significantly influenced by Catholicism as well as Lutheranism. The economy of Slovenia is small, open, and export-oriented and has been strongly influenced by international conditions. It has been severely hurt by the Eurozone crisis, started in the late 2000s. The main economic field is services, followed by industry and construction. Historically, the current territory of Slovenia was part of many different state formations, including the Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire, followed by the Habsburg Monarchy. In October 1918, the Slovenes exercised self-determination for the first time by co-founding the internationally unrecognized State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, which merged that December with the Kingdom of Serbia into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (renamed Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929). During World War II, Slovenia was occupied and annexed by Germany, Italy, and Hungary, with a tiny area transferred to the Independent State of Croatia, a Nazi puppet state. Afterward, it was a founding member of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, later renamed the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, a communist state which was the only country in the Eastern Bloc not part of the Warsaw Pact. In June 1991, after the introduction of multi-party representative democracy, Slovenia split from Yugoslavia and became an independent country. In 2004, it entered NATO and the European Union; in 2007 became the first former Communist country to join the Eurozone; and in 2010 joined the OECD, a global association of high-income developed countries.Slovenia (/sloʊˈviːniə, slə-, -njə/ sloh-VEE-nee-ə; Slovene: Slovenija [slɔˈʋéːnija]), officially the Republic of Slovenia (Slovene: About this sound Republika Slovenija , abbr.: RS), is a nation state in southern Central Europe, located at the crossroads of main European cultural and trade routes. It is bordered by Italy to the west, Austria to the north, Hungary to the northeast, Croatia to the south and southeast, and the Adriatic Sea to the southwest. It covers 20,273 square kilometers (7,827 sq mi) and has a population of 2.06 million. It is a parliamentary republic and a member of the United Nations, European Union, and NATO. The capital and largest city is Ljubljana. The territory is mostly mountainous with a mainly continental climate, with the exception of the Slovene Littoral that has a sub-Mediterranean climate and the north-western area that has an Alpine climate. Additionally, the Dinaric Alps and the Pannonian Plain meet on the territory of Slovenia. The country, marked by a significant biological diversity, is one of the most water-rich in Europe, with a dense river network, a rich aquifer system, and significant karst underground watercourses. Over half of the territory is covered by forest. The human settlement of Slovenia is dispersed and uneven. The Slavic, Germanic, Romance, and Hungarian languages meet here. Although the population is not homogeneous, the majority is Slovene. Slovene is the official language throughout the country. Slovenia is a largely secularized country, but its culture and identity have been significantly influenced by Catholicism as well as Lutheranism. The economy of Slovenia is small, open, and export-oriented and has been strongly influenced by international conditions. It has been severely hurt by the Eurozone crisis, started in the late 2000s. The main economic field is services, followed by industry and construction. Historically, the current territory of Slovenia was part of many different state formations, including the Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire, followed by the Habsburg Monarchy. In October 1918, the Slovenes exercised self-determination for the first time by co-founding the internationally unrecognized State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, which merged that December with the Kingdom of Serbia into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (renamed Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929). During World War II, Slovenia was occupied and annexed by Germany, Italy, and Hungary, with a tiny area transferred to the Independent State of Croatia, a Nazi puppet state. Afterward, it was a founding member of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, later renamed the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, a communist state which was the only country in the Eastern Bloc not part of the Warsaw Pact. In June 1991, after the introduction of multi-party representative democracy, Slovenia split from Yugoslavia and became an independent country. In 2004, it entered NATO and the European Union; in 2007 became the first former Communist country to join the Eurozone; and in 2010 joined the OECD, a global association of high-income developed countries.
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SentjurThe Municipality of Šentjur (pronounced [ʃɛnˈtjuːɾ] or [ʃənˈtjuːɾ]; Slovene: Občina Šentjur), named Municipality of Šentjur pri Celju (Občina Šentjur pri Celju) until 2002, is a municipality in eastern Slovenia. The town of Šentjur is the seat of the municipality. With an area of 223 km2 it is one of the larger municipalities in Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. Saint George appears on the municipal coat of arms.Show on map
LitijaThe Municipality of Litija (Slovene: Občina Litija) is a municipality in central Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Litija. Traditionally the area was part of the Upper and Lower Carniola regions. The entire municipality is now included in the Central Sava Statistical Region; until January 2014 it was part of the Central Slovenia Statistical Region. The population of the municipality is a bit below 15,000.Show on map
DravogradDravograd (pronounced [ˈdɾaːʋɔɡɾat]; German: Unterdrauburg) is a small town in northern Slovenia, close to the border with Austria. It is the seat of the Municipality of Dravograd. It lies on the Drava River at the confluence with the Meža and the Mislinja. It is part of the traditional Slovenian provinces of Carinthia and Styria, and the larger Carinthia Statistical Region.Show on map
VipavaThe Municipality of Vipava (pronounced [viˈpaːva]; Slovene: Občina Vipava) is a municipality in western Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Vipava. Historically, it used to be a part of the traditional region of Inner Carniola, but it is now generally regarded as a part of the Slovenian Littoral. The municipality was established in its current form on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Ajdovščina was subdivided into the municipalities of Ajdovščina and Vipava.Show on map
PreddvorThe Municipality of Preddvor (Slovene: Občina Preddvor) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Preddvor. The municipality was established on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Kranj was subdivided into the municipalities of Cerklje na Gorenjskem, Kranj, Naklo, Preddvor, and Šenčur. The municipality was reduced in size on 7 August 1998 by the creation of the Municipality of Jezersko from its territory.Show on map
Smartno ob PakiŠmartno ob Paki (pronounced [ˈʃmaːɾtnɔ ɔp ˈpaːki]) is a settlement and a small municipality in the lower Paka Valley in northern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
RogatecRogatec (pronounced [ɾɔˈɡaːtəts]; German: Rohitsch) is a small town in eastern Slovenia, on the border with Croatia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Rogatec. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
TurnisceThe Municipality of Turnišče (Slovene: Občina Turnišče) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Turnišče.Show on map
BraslovceBraslovče (pronounced [ˈbɾaːslɔu̯tʃɛ]) is a settlement in northern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Braslovče. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
CerkvenjakCerkvenjak (pronounced [tsɛɾkvɛˈnjaːk]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Cerkvenjak in northeastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the municipality. It lies in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the region known as Prlekija. Traditionally the area was part of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The local parish church is dedicated to Saint Anthony the Hermit and is the seat of the Parish of Sveti Anton v Slovenskih Goricah. It belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It was built in 1546 on the site of an earlier building.Show on map
MakoleMakole (pronounced [ˈmaːkɔlɛ]) is a settlement and a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the Dravinja Valley. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. It belonged to the Municipality of Slovenska Bistrica until 2006, when it became an independent municipality. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. It was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1375 and was also granted market rights.Show on map
Miklavz na Dravskem PoljuMiklavž na Dravskem Polju (pronounced [miˈklaːu̯ʃ na ˈdɾaːu̯skɛm ˈpoːlju]; Slovene: Miklavž na Dravskem polju) is the largest settlement and the seat of the Municipality of Miklavž na Dravskem Polju in northeastern Slovenia. It lies on the right bank of the Drava River southeast of Maribor. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
HajdinaThe Municipality of Hajdina (Slovene: Občina Hajdina) is a small municipality on the right bank of the Drava River near Ptuj in northeastern Slovenia. Its administrative centre is the village of Zgornja Hajdina. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. Sights include relics of the Roman settlement of Poetovio and the parish church of Saint Martin in Zgornja Hajdina.Show on map
ZetaleŽetale is a village and a municipality in eastern Slovenia, on the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
PodlehnikPodlehnik (pronounced [pɔˈdleːxnik]) is a settlement and a municipality in the Haloze Hills in eastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The settlement developed around 13th-century Lehnik Castle. The castle was destroyed during Ottoman raids in 1532 and very few traces of it remain (foundations of a tower and a defense ditch). What was originally the castle chapel is now the local church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and was expanded in the 16th and 18th centuries.Show on map
MarkovciMarkovci (pronounced [ˈmaːrkɔu̯tsi]) is a settlement and a small municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies southeast of Ptuj next to Lake Ptuj, a reservoir on the Drava River. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The local parish church, from which the settlement gets its name, is dedicated to Saint Mark and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It was built in 1871 on the site of a 16th-century building.Show on map
DestrnikThe Municipality of Destrnik (Slovene: Občina Destrnik) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the settlement of Destrnik. It lies in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) north of Ptuj. The area was part of the traditional region of Lower Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
Trnovska VasThe Municipality of Trnovska Vas (Slovene: Občina Trnovska vas) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the settlement of Trnovska Vas. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
Sveti Andraz v Slovenskih GoricahThe Municipality of Sveti Andraž v Slovenskih Goricah (pronounced [ˈsʋeːti anˈdɾaːʃ ʍ slɔˈʋeːnskiɣ ɡɔˈɾiːtsax]; Slovene: Občina Sveti Andraž v Slovenskih goricah) is a small municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the Slovene Hills. Until 1995 it was part of the Municipality of Ptuj and was then included in the Municipality of Destrnik–Trnovska Vas. It became an independent municipality in 1998. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vitomarci. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
BenediktBenedikt (pronounced [bɛnɛˈdiːkt]) is the central settlement in the Municipality of Benedikt in northeastern Slovenia. Before 1998, it was part of the Municipality of Lenart. It lies in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice). The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
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KrizevciThe Municipality of Križevci (Slovene: Občina Križevci) is a municipality in the Prlekija region in eastern Slovenia. It gets its name from the largest settlement and administrative centre of the municipality, Križevci pri Ljutomeru. It is part of the traditional region of Styria and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region.Show on map
VerzejThe Municipality of Veržej (Slovene: Občina Veržej) is a small municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Veržej. It lies on the right bank of the Mura River. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. It is known for fields of white narcisi that bloom in the area in springtime.Show on map
Velika PolanaVelika Polana (pronounced [ˈʋeːlika ˈpoːlana]; Hungarian: Nagypalina, Prekmurje Slovene: Velka Polana, or Völka Polana, German: Teufelslochn) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia. It has been officially designated a \stork village\ (i.e., a settlement with 10 or more storks’ nests). It was also the home of the Slovene writer Miško Kranjec. The house where he was born (which is also the tourist information office) can be visited. The village is surrounded by fenland and fields of sunflowers, pumpkins, and wheat. The best way to explore the area is by cycling or walking the numerous trails.Show on map
Lendava-LendvaLendava (pronounced [ˈleːndaʋa]; formerly Dolnja Lendava, in older sources also Dolenja Lendava; Hungarian: Lendva, formerly Alsólendva; German: Lindau, formerly Unter-Limbach) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia in the region of Prekmurje. The name of the settlement was changed from Dolnja Lendava to Lendava in 1955. It is close to the border crossing with Hungary at Dolga Vas-Rédics, and Hungarian is one of the official languages of the municipality, along with Slovene.Show on map
Dobrovnik-DobronakThe Municipality of Dobrovnik (Slovene: Občina Dobrovnik) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is Dobrovnik. It is located in the Prekmurje region. It has a significant Hungarian ethnic community that outnumbers the Slovenes. Dobrovnik is one of the two municipalities in Slovenia where ethnic Slovenes form a minority of the population, the other being Hodoš.Show on map
TisinaTišina (pronounced [ˈtiːʃina]; Hungarian: Csendlak) is a town in the Prekmurje region of northeastern Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to the Nativity of Mary and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Murska Sobota. It dates to the 12th century with extensive 16th-century rebuilding.Show on map
CankovaThe Municipality of Cankova (Slovene: Občina Cankova) is a municipality in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Cankova. The area was originally a part of the Municipality of Murska Sobota. In 1995, the Municipality of Cankova–Tišina was formed, which existed until 1999, when Tišina became a separate municipality.Show on map
GradThe Municipality of Grad (Slovene: Občina Grad) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the village of Grad.Show on map
Hodos-HodosThe Municipality of Hodoš (pronounced [ˈxoːdɔʃ]; Slovene: Občina Hodoš, Hungarian: Hodos Község) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Hodoš. It is part of the Prekmurje region. Both Slovene and Hungarian are official languages in the municipality. The municipality comprises two villages: Hodoš (Hungarian: Hodos) and Krplivnik (Hungarian: Kapornak). The municipality was established on 7 August 1998, when it was separated from the former Municipality of Hodoš–Šalovci.Show on map
RazkrizjeRazkrižje (pronounced [ˈɾaːskriʒjɛ]; Croatian: Raskrižje, Hungarian: Ráckanizsa) is a village in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Razkrižje. Traditionally it was part of the Croatian region of Međimurje, and later (after the Second World War) was included in the region of Styria, lying on its extreme eastern tip. It is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. It is known for its folk dances, which incorporate diverse cultural influences, owing to the village's location at the crossroads of paths connecting Styria, Prekmurje, and Međimurje.Show on map
Smartno pri LitijiŠmartno pri Litiji (pronounced [ˈʃmaːɾtnɔ pɾi liˈtiːji]; German: Sankt Martin) is a town and a municipality in the Litija Basin in central Slovenia. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region. The town itself is located 3 km southeast of Litija at the confluence of three creeks: Reka Creek, Black Creek (Slovene: Črni potok), and Kostrevnica Creek (Slovene: Kostrevniški potok). The town of Litija outgrew the formerly more important Šmartno when the Austrian Southern Railway was routed through Litija. The name of the settlement was first attested in ecclesiastical documents from 1135, although the area was already settled in prehistoric times. The oldest house in Šmartno pri Litiji bears the year 1580, and in the 17thShow on map
SalovciŠalovci (pronounced [ˈʃaːlɔu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Sal) is a village and a municipality in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. The writer Mihály Bakos was born in the village.Show on map
ApaceThe Municipality of Apače (pronounced [ˈaːpatʃɛ]; Slovene: Občina Apače) is a municipality in Slovenia. It lies in the traditional region of Styria in northeastern Slovenia and belongs to the Mura Statistical Region. The municipality borders on the municipalities of Šentilj, Sveta Ana, and Gornja Radgona. The Mura River is the border between Slovenia and Austria. The seat of the municipality is the town of Apače. The municipality was established in 2006 and ceded from the Municipality of Gornja Radgona on 1 January 2007.Show on map
CirkulaneThe Municipality of Cirkulane (Slovene: Občina Cirkulane) a municipality in the Haloze area of Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the settlement of Cirkulane. The municipality lies between the right bank of the Drava River and the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
Kostanjevica na KrkiShow on map
Log-DragomerThe Municipality of Log-Dragomer (Slovene: Občina Log-Dragomer) is a small municipality to the southwest of Ljubljana in the Inner Carniola region of Slovenia. It was created in 2006, when it split from the Municipality of Vrhnika.Show on map
Mokronog-TrebelnoThe Municipality of Mokronog-Trebelno (Slovene: Občina Mokronog - Trebelno) is a municipality in Slovenia. The municipality was created in 2006 when it seceded from the Municipality of Trebnje. It is part of the traditional province of Lower Carniola. The municipality is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. Its centre is the settlement Mokronog.Show on map
PoljcanePoljčane (pronounced [pɔlˈtʃaːnɛ]) is a settlement in northeastern Slovenia. It is the centre of the Municipality of Poljčane. It lies 35 km south of Maribor and 35 km northeast of Celje. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The town lies in the Dravinja Valley north of Mount Boč. It is a crossing of two important regional roads, the route from Maribor to Rogaška Slatina and the route from Celje to Ptuj. The railway line from Ljubljana to Maribor runs through the settlement, and the town has a railway station. There are also a primary school, a health centre, a post office, two supermarkets, several small inns and bars, and some restaurants.Show on map
Recica ob SavinjiRečica ob Savinji (pronounced [ɾɛˈtʃiːtsa ɔp saˈʋiːnji]) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia. It belonged to the historical region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. It was created as an independent municipality in 2006. Before that it was part of the Municipality of Mozirje. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Cantius and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Celje. It was built in the mid-17th century on the foundations of a 12th-century church. Various adaptations were made at the end of the 18th and 19th centuries.Show on map
Rence-VogrskoShow on map
Sredisce ob DraviSredišče ob Dravi (pronounced [sɾɛˈdiːʃtʃɛ ɔb ˈdɾaːʋi]) is a town and municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies on the left bank of the Drava River and borders with Croatia. The parish church of Središče ob Dravi is in the neighbouring village of Grabe. The church in the actual settlement of Središče ob Dravi is a chapel of ease and is dedicated to Mary of the Seven Sorrrows. It was built in 1637. In the 18th century the nave was vaulted.Show on map
StrazaStraža (pronounced [ˈstɾaːʒa]) is a settlement on the left bank of the Krka River in the traditional region of Lower Carniola in southeastern Slovenia. It is the largest settlement and the centre of the Municipality of Straža and is included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. It has close to 2,000 inhabitants. The main employer in the town is the company Novoles. There are many vineyards in the area.Show on map
Sv. Trojica v Slov. GoricahSveta Trojica v Slovenskih Goricah (pronounced [ˈsʋeːta tɾɔˈjiːtsa ʍ slɔˈʋeːnskiɣ ɡɔˈɾiːtsax]; Slovene: Sveta Trojica v Slovenskih goricah) is a settlement and a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It became an independent municipality in 2006. Before that it was part of the Municipality of Lenart. It lies in the Slovene Hills (Slovenske gorice). Traditionally the area was part of Lower Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
Sveti TomazThe Municipality of Sveti Tomaž (pronounced [ˈsʋeːti tɔˈmaːʃ]) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the Prlekija Hills and was part of the Municipality of Ormož until 2006. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The seat of the municipality is Sveti Tomaž.Show on map
SentrupertŠentrupert (pronounced [ʃɛnˈtɾuːpɛɾt] or [ʃənˈtɾuːpɛɾt]; German: Sankt Ruprecht) is a village in the traditional Lower Carniola region in southeastern Slovenia. In the past it was the cultural and economical centre of the Mirna Valley, but after the railway line bypassed the town the centre shifted to nearby Mirna.Show on map
Smarjeske TopliceThe Municipality of Šmarješke Toplice is a municipality in the traditional region of Lower Carniola in southeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Šmarješke Toplice. The municipality is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
Sveti Jurij v Slovenskih GoricahThe Municipality of Sveti Jurij v Slovenskih Goricah (pronounced [ˈsʋeːti ˈjuːɾii̯ ʍ slɔˈʋeːnskiɣ ɡɔˈɾiːtsax]; Slovene: Občina Sveti Jurij v Slovenskih goricah) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It was created in 2006 when it separated from the Municipality of Lenart. It lies at the western end of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice). Its administrative centre is in Jurovski Dol. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
GorjeThe Municipality of Gorje (pronounced [ˈɡɔːɾjɛ]; Slovene: Občina Gorje) is a municipality in Slovenia. It was established in 2006 and came into existence on 1 January 2007, when it split from the Municipality of Bled. The seat of the municipality is the town of Zgornje Gorje.Show on map
Comune di AncaranoShow on map
MirnaShow on map
BrdaBrda (pronounced [ˈbəɾda]) is a settlement in the City Municipality of Slovenj Gradec in northern Slovenia. The area was traditionally part of Styria. The entire municipality is now included in the Carinthia Statistical Region. Two churches in the settlement are dedicated to Saint Andrew and Mary Magdalene and belong to the Parish of Šmartno pri Slovenj Gradcu. The former dates to the late 15th century and the latter was built in the 16th century on the site of a Romanesque building.Show on map
KanalKanal (pronounced [kaˈnaːl] or [kaˈnaːu̯]; Italian: Canale, German: Kanalburg), frequently referred to as Kanal ob Soči (\Kanal on the Soča\; pronounced [kaˈnaːl ɔp ˈsoːtʃi] or [kaˈnaːu̯ ɔp ˈsoːtʃi]; Italian: Canale d'Isonzo), is a settlement mostly on the left bank of the Soča River in the Slovene Littoral, the traditional region in southwestern Slovenia. It is an important crossing point over the Soča. At its eastern border, on the left bank of the Soča, runs the Bohinj Railway, the railway track linking the Central Europe and the Mediterranean. The name Kanal comes from the shape of the valley.Show on map
ZiriŽiri (pronounced [ʒiˈɾiː] or [ˈʒiːɾi]; formerly also Žir, locally Žier, German: Sairach) is a town in northwestern Slovenia. It is the administrative centre of the Municipality of Žiri, created in 1994. Prior to this the town belonged administratively to the area of Škofja Loka.Show on map
CerknoCerkno (pronounced [ˈtseːɾknɔ]; Italian: Circhina, German: Kirchheim) is a small town in the Littoral region of Slovenia.It has around 2,000 inhabitants and is the administrative centre of the Cerkno Hills. It is the seat of the Municipality of Cerkno. Cerkno is a small but important local cultural center in the traditional Littoral region near Idrija. It is known for the Laufarija carnival, a spring festival with carved wooden masks; for Franja Partisan Hospital (Partizanska bolnica Franja); for a Partisan hospital from World War II; and as a ski resort.Show on map
ZeleznikiŽelezniki (German: Eisnern) is a small town in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Železniki and it is the economic centre and the largest settlement in the Selca Valley. It includes the hamlets of Jesenovec, Gorenji Konec (in older sources also Zgornji Železniki, German: Obereisnern), Ovčja Vas (Slovene: Ovčja vas), Trnje (in older sources also Srednji Železniki, German: Mittereisnern), Racovnik (in older sources also Spodnji Železniki, German: Untereisnern), Škovine, Na Kresu, Češnjica, Log, and Tolar.Show on map
Gorenja Vas-PoljaneThe Municipality of Gorenja Vas–Poljane (Slovene: Občina Gorenja vas - Poljane) is a municipality in Slovenia. The main settlements of the municipality are Gorenja Vas and Poljane nad Škofjo Loko.Show on map
Dobrova-Horjul-Polhov GradecThe Municipality of Dobrova–Polhov Gradec (Slovene: Občina Dobrova - Polhov Gradec) is a municipality in Slovenia. The main settlements in the municipality are Dobrova and Polhov Gradec.Show on map
KobaridThe Municipality of Kobarid (pronounced [kɔbaˈɾiːt]; Slovene: Občina Kobarid) is a municipality in the Upper Soča Valley in western Slovenia, near the Italian border. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kobarid. The municipality was established on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Tolmin was subdivided into the municipalities of Bovec, Kobarid, and Tolmin.Show on map
BovecThe Municipality of Bovec (pronounced [ˈbɔːʋəts] or [ˈboːʋəts]; Slovene: Občina Bovec) is a municipality in northwestern Slovenia. Its center is the town of Bovec. As of June 2012, its mayor is Siniša Germovšek.Show on map
BohinjBohinj (pronounced [ˈbɔːxin]; German: Wochein) or the Bohinj Basin (Slovene: Bohinjska kotlina) is a 20 km long and 5 km wide basin within the Julian Alps, in the Upper Carniola region of northwestern Slovenia. It is traversed by the Sava Bohinjka river. Its main feature is the periglacial Lake Bohinj (Slovene: Bohinjsko jezero). Bohinj is part of the Municipality of Bohinj, the seat of which is Bohinjska Bistrica. Among the locals, the basin is most often referred to as the \Bohinj valley\, which is itself an allonym; a remnant of the past conception that is deeply rooted in people’s minds.Show on map
BledThe Municipality of Bled (pronounced [ˈbleːt]; Slovene: Občina Bled) is a municipality in northwestern Slovenia in the Upper Carniola region. The seat of the municipality is the town of Bled, located on the shores of Lake Bled. The area is a popular tourist destination. The Municipality of Bled was established in October 1994. It was greatly reduced in size with the establishment of the Municipality of Gorje in June 2006, because it has retained only 38% of its previous territory.Show on map
NakloNaklo (pronounced [ˈnaːklɔ]; German: Naklas) is the largest town and the seat of the Municipality of Naklo in Slovenia. In addition to the main settlement, formerly known as Veliko Naklo (German: Großnaklas), it includes the hamlets of Malo Naklo (German: Kleinnaklas), Pivka (German: Piuka), and Podreber.Show on map
Kranjska GoraThe Municipality of Kranjska Gora (Slovene: Občina Kranjska Gora) is a municipality on the Sava Dolinka River in the Upper Carniola region of northwest Slovenia, close to the Austrian and Italian borders. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kranjska Gora.Show on map
Cerklje na GorenjskemThe Municipality of Cerklje na Gorenjskem (Slovene: Občina Cerklje na Gorenjskem) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Cerklje na Gorenjskem.Show on map
SencurŠenčur (pronounced [ʃɛnˈtʃuːɾ]; in older sources also Šentjur, German: Sankt Georgen or Sankt Georgen im Felde) is a settlement in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Šenčur.Show on map
VodiceVodice (pronounced [vɔˈdiːtsɛ]; German: Woditz) is a settlement in the Municipality of Vodice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia, just north of Ljubljana. In addition to the main population center of Vodice, the settlement includes the hamlets of Gornji Konec, Na Vasi (Slovene: Na vasi), Lokarje, Jegriše (or Jegrše), Mesto, Zaprice (German: Sapretz), and Pusence.Show on map
MedvodeMedvode (pronounced [mɛˈdʋoːdɛ]; German: Zwischenwässern) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia. The Sava and Sora rivers join in Medvode, from which the town's name (which means 'between the waters') is derived. Two large factories, Color and Donit, are based in Medvode. The Sava River at Medvode is also the location of the Medvode Hydroelectric Power Plant. After the Second World War, a Yugoslav labor camp for political prisoners operated in Medvode.Show on map
MengesThe Municipality of Mengeš (Slovene: Občina Mengeš) is a municipality in the eastern part of the traditional region of Upper Carniola in central Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Mengeš. It is located approximately fifteen kilometers from the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana. Mengeš became a municipality in 1995.Show on map
Dol pri LjubljaniThe Municipality of Dol pri Ljubljani (Slovene: Občina Dol pri Ljubljani) is a municipality in central Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the settlement of Dol pri Ljubljani. It is part of the traditional region of Upper Carniola and is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
MoravceMoravče (pronounced [mɔˈɾaːu̯tʃɛ]; German: Moräutsch) is a settlement in the Municipality of Moravče in central Slovenia. Traditionally the area was part of the Upper Carniola region. The village is home to about 925 people. It includes the hamlet of Trzen (German: Tersen).Show on map
Gornji GradGornji Grad (pronounced [ˈɡoːɾnji ˈɡɾaːt]; German: Oberburg) is the largest settlement and the administrative centre of the Municipality of Gornji Grad in Slovenia.Show on map
LuceLuče (pronounced [ˈluːtʃɛ]; sometimes Luče ob Savinji, German: Leutsch) is the largest settlement and the centre of the Municipality of Luče in northern Slovenia. Traditionally it belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Lawrence and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Celje. It was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1423 and has some 17th-century alterations to the original building.Show on map
Ravne na KoroskemRavne na Koroškem (pronounced [ˈɾaːu̯nɛ na kɔˈɾoːʃkɛm]; until 1952: Guštanj, German: Gutenstein in Kärnten) is a town in northern Slovenia. It is the largest town and the capital of Slovenia's Carinthia region. The town has a long tradition in steel industry.Show on map
MezicaMežica (pronounced [mɛˈʒiːtsa]; German: Mießdorf) is a town and a municipality in northern Slovenia. It lies on the Meža River in the traditional Slovenian province of Carinthia) near the Austrian border. The town developed close to a lead and zinc mine under Mount Peca. Mining began in 1665 and ended in 1994. Today the mine is only open for tourist visits. The town once had a small ski area on Mount Peca, but this closed soon after the mining operations ceased to operate.Show on map
MutaThe Municipality of Muta (Slovene: Občina Muta) is a municipality in Northern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Muta.Show on map
VuzenicaVuzenica (pronounced [ʋuzɛˈniːtsa]) is a town and a municipality in northern Slovenia. It lies on the right bank of the Drava River and extends south into the Pohorje Hills. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Carinthia Statistical Region. Vuzenica was first mentioned as a settlement in written documents dating to 1238, but archaeological evidence points to much older settlement of the area with a Roman period burial ground in the town. Of the 13th-century castle above the settlement, only parts of the walls survive.Show on map
Crna na KoroskemČrna na Koroškem (pronounced [ˈtʃəɾna na kɔˈɾoːʃkɛm]; German: Schwarzenbach) is a town in northern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Črna na Koroškem. It lies in the traditional Slovenian province of Carinthia, close to the border with Austria. Since 2005 it has been part of the larger Carinthia Statistical Region.Show on map
LjubnoLjubno ob Savinji (pronounced [ˈljuːbnɔ ɔp saˈʋiːnji]) is the largest town and the centre of the Municipality of Ljubno on the upper course of the Savinja River in Slovenia. The town is referred to as Ljubno ob Savinji in order to distinguish it from other settlements with the same name. Traditionally it belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. The settlement was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1247 and by 1442 it was referred to a market town.Show on map
SostanjThe Municipality of Šoštanj (Slovene: Občina Šoštanj) is a municipality in northern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Šoštanj. The municipality was established on 3 October 1994, prior to which it belonged to the larger Municipality of Velenje. The municipal holiday is celebrated on 30 October.Show on map
LukovicaThe Municipality of Lukovica (Slovene: Občina Lukovica) is a municipality in the eastern part of the Upper Carniola region in Slovenia. It lies on the main road from Ljubljana to Celje and has been an independent municipality since 1995.Show on map
RadeceRadeče (pronounced [ˈɾaːdɛtʃɛ]; German: Ratschach) is a small town in the Lower Sava Valley in eastern Slovenia. It is located in the Sava Hills (Slovene: Posavsko hribovje) on the right bank of the Sava River at the confluence with Sopota Creek. It is the centre of the Municipality of Radeče and part of the traditional province of Lower Carniola. The town and the municipality are now included in the Lower Sava Statistical Region; until January 2014 they were part of the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
Ivancna GoricaIvančna Gorica (pronounced [iˈʋaːntʃna ɡɔˈɾiːtsa]; in older sources also Vanjčina Gorica) is a settlement and a municipality in central Slovenia. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
DobrepoljeThe Municipality of Dobrepolje (Slovene: Občina Dobrepolje) is a municipality in Slovenia. It lies in a karst valley approximately 35 km (21.75 mi) south of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana. The administrative centre of the municipality is in Videm. The area was part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola. The municipality is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
SemicThe Municipality of Semič (Slovene: Občina Semič) is a municipality in Slovenia in the traditional region of White Carniola in southeastern Slovenia. The municipality is included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. Its seat is the settlement Semič.Show on map
SentjernejŠentjernej (pronounced [ʃɛnˈtjɛːɾnɛi̯] or [ʃənˈtjɛːɾnɛi̯]; in older sources also Šent Jernej, German: Sankt Bartlmä) is a small town and a municipality in southeastern Slovenia. The area was traditionally part of Lower Carniola. It is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
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StoreŠtore (pronounced [ˈʃtoːɾɛ]) is a town and a municipality in eastern Slovenia. It lies on the Voglajna River, just east of Celje. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. The town only developed in the mid-19th century, when the ironworks were established in the area after coal was found in the surrounding hills.Show on map
VojnikVojnik (pronounced [ˈʋoːi̯nik]) is the largest settlement and the centre of the Municipality of Vojnik in eastern Slovenia. It lies on the Hudinja River, north of Celje. Traditionally the area was part of the Lower Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. Locals make their living from farming, but there are also many small businesses. Vojnik was first mentioned as a borough in 1306. There were many fires in the town, and the town even burned to the ground in 1839.Show on map
VitanjeVitanje (pronounced [ˈʋiːtanjɛ]) is a small town and a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies on the Hudinja River north of Celje. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. From the 11th century onwards it became a regional centre and was granted market rights in 1306.Show on map
ZreceZreče (pronounced [ˈzɾeːtʃɛ]) is a town and a municipality in northeast Slovenia. It lies on the slopes of Pohorje in the upper valley of the Dravinja River. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. In 2002 it had a population of 6,245, growing to 6,443 according to the 2008 census. Zreče became a single settlement in 1987 when the villages of Zgornje Zreče, Spodnje Zreče, and Nova Dobrava (known as Dobrava until 1953) were united. The economy is centred on tourism, especially in the winter months with the ski resort at Rogla. A proportion of the population is also employed in agriculture.Show on map
MislinjaMislinja (pronounced [miˈsliːnja]; German: Missling) is a settlement in northern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Mislinja. It lies in the valley of the Mislinja River. The area traditionally belonged to Styria. In 1995 it became part of the newly formed Carinthia Statistical Region.Show on map
RuseThe Municipality of Ruše (Slovene: Občina Ruše) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Ruše. It lies on the right bank of the Drava River west of Maribor and extends south into the Pohorje Hills. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
KungotaThe Municipality of Kungota is a municipality in the western part of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in northeastern Slovenia. Its seat is the village of Zgornja Kungota.Show on map
SentiljThe Municipality of Šentilj (pronounced [ʃɛnˈtiːl] or [ʃənˈtiːl]; Slovene: Občina Šentilj) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Šentilj v Slovenskih Goricah (German: St. Egidi in Windischbüheln). This town was an Austria-Slovenia border crossing checkpoint until December 21, 2007, when all immigration and customs checks ended after Slovenia joined the Schengen Area. The Austrian town opposite Šentilj is Spielfeld.Show on map
PesnicaThe Municipality of Pesnica (pronounced [ˈpeːsnitsa]; Slovene: Občina Pesnica) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The center of the municipality is Pesnica pri Mariboru, a suburb near Maribor. It lies at the western end of the Slovene Hills in the Upper Pesnica Valley. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region as part of the Pesnica Administrative Unit (Slovene: Upravna enota Pesnica). The main economic activities in the area are tourism, trucking, and farming.Show on map
DuplekThe Municipality of Duplek (Slovene: Občina Duplek) is a small municipality in northeastern Slovenia. Its administrative centre is Spodnji Duplek. The municipality lies on the left bank of the Drava River on the northwestern edge of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice), about 10 km southeast of Maribor. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
Race-FramThe Municipality of Rače–Fram (Slovene: Občina Rače - Fram) is a municipality south of Maribor in northeastern Slovenia. Its administrative centre is the settlement of Rače. The area was traditionally was part of the Styria region. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The municipality covers an area of 52 square kilometres (20 sq mi) and extends from the plain on the right bank of the Drava River into the Pohorje Hills. The Ljubljana–Maribor motorway and railway line run through the municipality.Show on map
StarseStarše (pronounced [ˈstaːɾʃɛ]) is a settlement in northeastern Slovenia. It is the administrative centre of the Municipality of Starše. It lies on the right bank of the Drava River southeast of Maribor. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to John the Baptist and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1441, but the current structure was built in 1833.Show on map
KidricevoThe Municipality of Kidričevo (pronounced [ˈkiːdɾitʃɛʋɔ]; Slovene: Občina Kidričevo) is a municipality near Ptuj in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kidričevo. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
MajsperkThe Municipality of Majšperk (pronounced [ˈmaːi̯ʃpɛɾk]) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is Majšperk. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
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Rogaska SlatinaRogaška Slatina (pronounced [ɾɔˈɡaːʃka ˈslaːtina]; German: Rohitsch-Sauerbrunn) is a town in eastern Slovenia. It is the largest settlement and the centre of the Municipality of Rogaška Slatina. It is known for its curative mineral water, spa, and crystal glass.Show on map
PodcetrtekPodčetrtek (pronounced [ˈpoːtʃɛtəɾtək] or [pɔtʃɛˈtəɾtək]; German: Windisch Landsberg) is a settlement and a municipality in eastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
KozjeKozje (pronounced [ˈkoːzjɛ]) is a small town and a municipality in eastern Slovenia. The settlement of Kozje lies in the centre of the municipality, 36 km (22.37 mi) from Celje, 107 km (66.49 mi) from Ljubljana, and 30 km (18.64 mi) from Rogaška Slatina. It is the main settlement of the Kozje region (Slovene: Kozjansko). The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. It is one of the oldest settlements in the area, first mentioned in written documents dating to 1016. It was granted market rights before 1384.Show on map
GorisnicaThe Municipality of Gorišnica (pronounced [ɡɔˈɾiːʃnitsa], Slovene: Občina Gorišnica) is a municipality in Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
ZavrcZavrč (pronounced [ˈzaːʋəɾtʃ]) is a settlement and a municipality in the Haloze area of Slovenia. It lies between the right bank of the Drava River and the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
DornavaThe Municipality of Dornava (Slovene: Občina Dornava) is a small municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies east of Ptuj, partly on the Pesnica River and partly in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice). The seat of the municipality is the settlement of Dornava. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
JursinciJuršinci (pronounced [ˈjuːɾʃintsi]) is a settlement and a small municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice). Until 1995 it was part of the Municipality of Ptuj. Traditionally the area was part of the Lower Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. Juršinci in its German form Georgendorf was first mentioned in official documents dating to 1322 and the Slovene name of the settlement, Juršinci, is documented as far back as 1409.Show on map
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RadenciRadenci (pronounced [ˈɾaːdɛntsi]; German: Bad Radein) is a town on the right bank of the Mura River in the Mura Statistical Region of northeastern Slovenia. It is a well-known spa town and was first mentioned in written documents dating back to 1436. After 1833, when a new source of mineral water was discovered, it developed into a popular resort. Since 1994 it has been the centre and the largest settlement of the Municipality of Radenci.Show on map
PuconciPuconci (pronounced [ˈpuːtsɔntsi]; in older sources also Pucinci, Hungarian: Battyánd, Prekmurje Slovene: Püconci) is a town and a municipality in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. Prior to 1920 it was known as Battyánd, Hungary. The majority of the population is Lutheran, making Puconci one of the few Slovenian municipalities where the majority of the population belongs to a non-Catholic denomination. There is a Lutheran church in the middle of the settlement, built in 1784, the first Lutheran church in the region of Prekmurje. It was rebuilt and restyled in 1909.Show on map
RogasovciRogašovci (pronounced [ɾɔˈɡaːʃɔu̯tsi]; in older sources also Rogačovci, Hungarian: Szarvaslak old Prekmurje Slovene name Rotgašovci, German: Reissen) is a settlement and a municipality in Slovenia. It is part of the Prekmurje region.Show on map
KuzmaKuzma (pronounced [ˈkuːzma]; in older sources also Kuzdoblan, Prekmurje Slovene: Küzdobljan, Hungarian: Kuzma) is a settlement in the Municipality of Kuzma in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia, on the borders with Austria and Hungary.Show on map
Gornji PetrovciGornji Petrovci (pronounced [ˈɡoːɾnji pɛˈtɾoːu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Péterhegy) is a town in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci.Show on map
Moravske TopliceThe Municipality of Moravske Toplice (pronounced [mɔˈɾaːu̯skɛ tɔˈpliːtsɛ]; Slovene: Občina Moravske Toplice) is a municipality in Slovenia, part of the Prekmurje region. Its centre is the spa settlement Moravske Toplice. The municipality is an important center of Lutheranism in Slovenia. Large Lutheran churches are found both in the settlement, as in other surrounding villages.Show on map
KobiljeKobilje (pronounced [ˈkoːbiljɛ]; Hungarian: Kebeleszentmárton, Prekmurje Slovene Kobile) is a village and a municipality in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia, on the border with Hungary. Kobilje Creek, a left tributary of the Ledava River, flows through it.Show on map
BeltinciBeltinci (pronounced [ˈbeːltintsi]; Prekmurje Slovene: Böltinci, Hungarian: Belatinc or Belatincz, German: (Alt)Fellsdorf) is a town in the Prekmurje region of northeastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Beltinci. Until 1937, there was a Jewish Orthodox synagogue in Beltinci. It was built in 1860 and served the local Jewish community. On April 26, 1944, all of the Jews of the town were deported to the Auschwitz extermination camp, from which none of them returned.Show on map
OdranciOdranci (pronounced [ɔˈdɾaːntsi]; Hungarian: Adorjánfalva) is a settlement and a municipality in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. The village of Odranci is the only settlement in the municipality. Odranci is the largest settlement of the Dolinsko region, which lies between the Mura and Ledava rivers.Show on map
CrensovciThe Municipality of Črenšovci (Slovene: Občina Črenšovci) is a municipality in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Črenšovci.Show on map
NazarjeNazarje (pronounced [ˈnaːzaɾjɛ]) is a town at the confluence of the Savinja and Dreta rivers in northern Slovenia. It is the largest town and the centre of the Municipality of Nazarje. Traditionally it belongs to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
LjubljanaThe City Municipality of Ljubljana (pronounced [ljuˈbljaːna]), also the City of Ljubljana (Slovene: Mestna občina Ljubljana, acronym MOL) is one of eleven city municipalities in Slovenia. Its center is Ljubljana, the largest and capital city of Slovenia. As of June 2015, its mayor is Zoran Janković.Show on map
ZirovnicaThe Municipality of Žirovnica (Slovene: Občina Žirovnica) is a municipality in Slovenia. It is located in the historic Upper Carniola region, on the southern slope of the Karavanke mountain range, close to the border with Austria. The municipality borders with Jesenice to the west, Bled and Radovljica to the south, and Tržič to the east. There are ten settlements in the municipality: Breg, Breznica, Doslovče, Moste, Rodine, Selo, Smokuč, Vrba, Zabreznica and Žirovnica. The municipal administration is based in Breznica.Show on map
JezerskoThe Municipality of Jezersko (German: Gemeinde Seeland, Slovene: Občina Jezersko) is a municipality in northern Slovenia. Since 1995, Jezersko was part of Preddvor and became an independent municipality in 1998. Originally located in the historic region of Carinthia, it became part of the Upper Carniola Statistical Region in 2005. Jezersko is located in the remote Kokra Valley in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, south of the Seeberg Saddle mountain pass and the border with the Austrian state of Carinthia.Show on map
SolcavaSolčava (pronounced [sɔlˈtʃaːʋa]; German: Sulzbach) is a village in the Upper Savinja Valley in northern Slovenia close to the Austrian border. It is the largest settlement and the seat of the Municipality of Solčava. Traditionally it belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
KomendaThe Municipality of Komenda (Slovene: Občina Komenda) is a municipality in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Komenda.Show on map
HorjulThe Municipality of Horjul (Slovene: Občina Horjul) is a municipality in the Inner Carniola region of Slovenia. Its administrative center is the town of Horjul.Show on map
Sempeter-VrtojbaThe Municipality of Šempeter-Vrtojba (pronounced [ʃɛmˈpeːtəɾ ʋəɾˈtoːi̯ba] or [ʃəmˈpeːtəɾ ʋəɾˈtoːi̯ba]; Slovene: Občina Šempeter - Vrtojba, Italian: Comune di San Pietro-Vertoiba) is a municipality in Slovenia. The municipality comprises the town of Šempeter pri Gorici and the adjacent village of Vrtojba.Show on map
BlokeThe Municipality of Bloke (pronounced [ˈbloːkɛ]; Slovene: Občina Bloke) is a municipality in Slovenia. Originally a municipality in its own right, it was incorporated into the Municipality of Cerknica in 1955 and it was included in the Municipality of Loška Dolina in 1995, when it split from Cerknica. It was re-established as an independent municipality in 1998.Show on map
SodrazicaSodražica (pronounced [ˈsoːdɾaʒitsa]; German: Soderschitz) is a town in southern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Sodražica. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
TrzinTrzin (pronounced [təɾˈzin] or [təɾˈziːn]; German: Tersain) is the only settlement in the Municipality of Trzin. It is located in the eastern part of the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Trzin has a population of 3,664. Its elevation is 299 metres (981 ft) above sea level. The municipality, which borders Mengeš, Domžale, and the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, is divided into three parts: the old quarter, Mlake (the new quarter), and the trade-industrial zone. Until 1998, Trzin was part of the Municipality of Domžale. The oldest part of the town is located between Onger Hill to the west and the Mengeš Basin (Slovene: Mengeško polje) to the east. Trzin's elementary school, town hall, library, fire station, and the 14th-century St. Florian's Church, as well as a number of farms, are all inShow on map
PrevaljePrevalje (pronounced [ˈpɾeːʋaljɛ]; German: Prävali) is a settlement and a municipality in northern Slovenia. It lies in the traditional Slovenian province of Carinthia. On 1 January 1999 Prevalje became an independent municipality. Prevalje lies in a valley where the Meža River emerges from a narrow gorge, full of fluvioglacial sediments. To the north the settlement is limited by the Strojna, Stražišče, and Dolga Brda hills. To the south are Navrski vrh (605 m) and Riflov vrh (726 m).Show on map
VranskoVransko (pronounced [ˈwɾaːnskɔ]; German: Franz) is a small town and municipality in central Slovenia. It lies on the western edge of the Savinja Valley. This area is part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now part of the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
TaborTabor (pronounced [ˈtaːbɔɾ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Tabor in central Slovenia. It lies on the edge of the Lower Savinja Valley at the northern edge of the Sava Hills. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint George and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Celje. It was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1391. The original Gothic sanctuary was preserved when a new nave was built in 1900.Show on map
PolzelaPolzela (pronounced [ˈpoːu̯zɛla]) is a settlement and municipality in Slovenia. It lies on the left bank of the Savinja River extending into the Ložnica Hills (Slovene: Ložniško gričevje) to the north. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
PreboldThe Municipality of Prebold (Slovene: Občina Prebold) is a small municipality in central Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is Prebold. The municipality lies on the edge of the lower Savinja Valley at the northern edge of the Sava Hills west of Celje. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. It is primarily known for growing hops.Show on map
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ZuzemberkŽužemberk (pronounced [ˈʒuːʒɛmbɛɾk]; German: Seisenberg), is a town and a municipality in the Dinaric Alps of Slovenia, located south-east of the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana. The area is part of the historical region of Lower Carniola. The municipality is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. As of 2002 the municipality had a total population of 4579. Žužemberk lies in the southern part of Carniola on the left bank of the Krka River and is dominated by a medieval castle. The parish church was completely destroyed in World War II and rebuilt in recent years. The municipality contains around three settlements.Show on map
Dolenjske TopliceThe Municipality of Dolenjske Toplice (pronounced [dɔˈleːnskɛ tɔˈpliːtsɛ]) is a municipality near Novo Mesto in southeastern Slovenia. Its seat is the town of Dolenjske Toplice. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola. The municipality is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
Mirna PecMirna Peč (pronounced [ˈmiːɾna ˈpeːtʃ]; German: Hönigstein) is a rural settlement in southeast Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Mirna Peč.Show on map
Bistrica ob SotliBistrica ob Sotli (pronounced [ˈbiːstɾitsa ɔp ˈsoːtli]) is a settlement in eastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Bistrica ob Sotli. The settlement lies on a river terrace above the right bank of the Sotla River. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Lower Sava Statistical Region; until January 2014 it was part of the Savinja Statistical Region. The settlement includes the hamlets of Čehovec, Koče, and Marof.Show on map
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DobrnaThe Municipality of Dobrna (Slovene: Občina Dobrna) is a municipality in Slovenia. It is best known for the spa town of Dobrna, which is also the seat of the municipality. It lies north of Celje and east of Velenje in an area that was part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
OplotnicaOplotnica (pronounced [ɔˈploːtnitsa]) is a small town and municipality in eastern Slovenia. It lies on a stream with the same name, a left tributary of the Dravinja River, to the north of Slovenske Konjice. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to John the Baptist and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It was built between 1895 and 1899.Show on map
PodvelkaPodvelka (pronounced [pɔˈdʋeːlka]) is a village in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the traditional region of Styria, but belongs to the Carinthia Statistical Region. The settlement is situated on the right bank of the Drava River on the railway line from Maribor to Dravograd.Show on map
Ribnica na PohorjuRibnica na Pohorju (pronounced [ˈɾiːbnitsa na ˈpoːxɔɾju]) is a settlement and a municipality in northern Slovenia. It lies in the Pohorje Hills west of Maribor. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Carinthia Statistical Region.Show on map
Lovrenc na PohorjuThe Municipality of Lovrenc na Pohorju (pronounced [ˈloːu̯ɾɛnts na ˈpoːxɔɾju]) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the Pohorje Hills to the west of Maribor. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The settlement of Lovrenc na Pohorju is the seat of the municipality.Show on map
Selnica ob DraviSelnica ob Dravi (pronounced [ˈseːlnica ɔb ˈdɾaːʋi]) is a village and a municipality on the left bank of the Drava River in Slovenia. The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint Margaret and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It is built in the centre of the village and was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1372. It is an originally Gothic building with early and late 18th-century additions.Show on map
Hoce-SlivnicaThe Municipality of Hoče–Slivnica (Slovene: Občina Hoče-Slivnica) is a municipality south of Maribor in northeastern Slovenia. Its administrative centre is in Spodnje Hoče. Traditionally the area was part of Lower Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The municipality extends from the flatlands on the right bank of the Drava River into the Pohorje Hills. The motorway and railway line from Ljubljana to Maribor run through the municipality.Show on map
ZalecŽalec (pronounced [ˈʒaːləts]; German: Sachsenfeld) is a town in central Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Žalec. It lies in the valley of the lower course of the Savinja River west of Celje. The primary economic activity of the region is growing hops, which is reflected by the city's coat-of-arms. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
Zagorje ob SaviThe Municipality of Zagorje ob Savi (pronounced [zaˈɡoːɾjɛ ɔp ˈsaːʋi]; Slovene: Občina Zagorje ob Savi) is a municipality in central Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Zagorje ob Savi. Traditionally the area was part of the Upper Carniola region. The entire municipality is now included in the Central Sava Statistical Region. The population of the municipality is about 17,000. Archaeological evidence shows that the area was already settled in the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age.Show on map
VrhnikaVrhnika (pronounced [ˈvəɾxnika]; German: Oberlaibach) is a town in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Vrhnika. It is located on the Ljubljanica River, 21 km from Ljubljana along the A1 motorway.Show on map
TrzicTržič (pronounced [təɾˈʒitʃ]; German: Neumarktl) is a town and municipality in northern Slovenia, close to the Austrian border. As of 2007 the town had a population of 15,851.Show on map
TrebnjeThe Municipality of Trebnje (Slovene: Občina Trebnje) is a municipality in Slovenia in the traditional region of Lower Carniola. The seat of the municipality is the town of Trebnje. The municipality was established on 3 October 1994. It was increased in size on 6 August 1998, when the settlements of Kostanjevica and Ravne nad Šentrupertom were transferred to the municipality from the neighboring Municipality of Litija. It was then reduced in size on 13 June 2006 with the formation of the new municipalities of Mokronog-Trebelno and Šentrupert from the municipality's territory.Show on map
TrbovljeTrbovlje (pronounced [təɾˈbɔ̀ːwljɛ] (13px listen); German: Trifail) is Slovenia's ninth largest town, and the seat of the Municipality of Trbovlje. It is located in the valley of a minor left bank tributary of the Sava River in the Central Sava Valley in central-eastern Slovenia.Show on map
TolminThe Municipality of Tolmin (pronounced [tɔlˈmiːn]; Slovene: Občina Tolmin) is a municipality in northwestern Slovenia. Its centre and the largest settlement is Tolmin.Show on map
VelenjeVelenje (pronounced [ʋɛˈlɛːnjɛ] (13px listen); German: Wöllan) is Slovenia's fifth-largest city, and the seat of the Municipality of Velenje. The city is located in northeastern Slovenia, among the rolling green hills of the Šalek Valley, with the Kamnik–Savinja Alps to the west and the Pohorje Mountains to the east.Show on map
Smarje pri JelsahŠmarje pri Jelšah (pronounced [ˈʃmaːɾjɛ pɾi ˈjeːlʃax]) is a town and a municipality in eastern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Lower Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. The development of the settlement is associated with a medieval mansion known as Jelšingrad on a slight hill northwest of the town. The local parish church is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary (Slovene: Sveta Marija Vnebovzeta) and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It dates to the late 13th century with 18th- and 19th-century additions.Show on map
Slovenska KonjiceSlovenske Konjice (Slovene pronunciation: [slɔˈʋéːnskɛ kɔˈnjìːt͡sɛ] or [- kɔˈnjíːt͡sɛ]; German: Gonobitz) is a town and a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria.Show on map
Slovenska BistricaSlovenska Bistrica (pronounced [slɔˈʋeːnska ˈbiːstɾitsa]; German: Windisch-Feistritz) is a town south of Maribor in eastern Slovenia. It is centre of the Municipality of Slovenska Bistrica, one of the largest municipalities in Slovenia. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The town is included in the Drava Statistical Region.Show on map
Slovenj GradecSlovenj Gradec (pronounced [slɔˈʋeːn ˈɡɾaːdəts]; German: Windischgrätz, after about 1900 Windischgraz) is a town in northern Slovenia. It is the centre of the City Municipality of Slovenj Gradec. It is part of the historical Styria region, and since 2005 it has belonged to the NUTS-3 Carinthia Statistical Region. It is located in the Mislinja Valley at the eastern end of the Karawanks mountain range, about 45 km (28 mi) west of Maribor and 65 km (40 mi) northeast of Ljubljana.Show on map
Skofja LokaThe Municipality of Škofja Loka (Slovene: Občina Škofja Loka) is a municipality in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Škofja Loka. The municipality was established in its current form on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Škofja Loka was subdivided into the municipalities of Gorenja Vas–Poljane, Škofja Loka, Železniki, and Žiri.Show on map
SezanaThe Municipality of Sežana (Slovene: Občina Sežana) is a municipality in the Littoral region of Slovenia, near the Italian border. The seat of the municipality is the town of Sežana. The municipality was established on 6 November 1994, when the former Municipality of Sežana was dissolved into four smaller municipalities (Divača, Komen, Hrpelje-Kozina, and Sežana).Show on map
SevnicaSevnica (pronounced [ˈseːu̯nitsa] (13px listen); German: Lichtenwald) is a town on the left bank of the Sava River in central Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Sevnica. It is one of the three major settlements in the Lower Sava Valley. The old town of Sevnica lies beneath Sevnica Castle, which is perched on top of Castle Hill, while the new part of town stretches along the plain among the hills up the Sava Valley, forming another town core at the confluence of the Sevnična and Sava rivers.Show on map
RibnicaThe Municipality of Ribnica is a municipality in southern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Ribnica. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. Archaeological evidence shows that the area has been settled at least since the late Bronze Age between 1300 and 900 BC.Show on map
RadovljicaThe Municipality of Radovljica (Slovene: Občina Radovljica) is a municipality in the Upper Carniola region of northern Slovenia. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Radovljica. The municipality has around 18,000 inhabitants and an area of 118 square kilometres (46 sq mi). It is located at the southern slope of the Karawanks mountain range at the confluence of the Sava Dolinka and the Sava Bohinjka, both headwaters of the Sava River.Show on map
Radlje ob DraviRadlje ob Dravi (pronounced [ˈɾaːdljɛ ɔb ˈdɾaːʋi]) is a town in the Municipality of Radlje ob Dravi in northeastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the municipality. The settlement lies on a terrace on the left bank of the Drava River.Show on map
PtujPtuj (pronounced [ˈptuːi̯] (13px listen); German: Pettau; Latin: Poetovium) is a town in northeastern Slovenia. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region.Show on map
PostojnaPostojna (pronounced [pɔˈstoːi̯na]; German: Adelsberg, Italian: Postumia) is a town in the traditional region of Inner Carniola, 35 kilometers (22 mi) from Trieste, in southwestern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Postojna.Show on map
Piran-PiranoPiran (pronounced [piˈɾaːn]; Italian: Pirano) is a town in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the three major towns of Slovenian Istria. The town has much medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Piran is the administrative centre of the local area and one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions. Until the mid-20th century, Italian was the dominant language, but was replaced by Slovene as demographics shifted.Show on map
OrmozOrmož (pronounced [ˈoːɾmɔʃ]; Hungarian: Ormosd, German: Friedau, Prekmurje Slovene: Ormošd) is a town in the traditional region of Prlekija, part of Styria, in northeastern Slovenia. It lies on the left bank of the Drava River and borders with Croatia on the opposite bank of the river. It is the administrative centre of the Municipality of Ormož. The municipality includes Jeruzalem–Ormož Hills Nature Park (Slovene: Krajinski park Jeruzalemsko - ormoške gorice), which covers 1,911 hectares (4,720 acres).Show on map
Novo MestoThe City Municipality of Novo Mesto (pronounced [ˈnɔːʋɔ ˈmeːstɔ]; Slovene: Mestna občina Novo mesto) is a municipality in southeastern Slovenia, close to the border with Croatia. The seat of the municipality is the city of Novo Mesto. The municipality of Novo Mesto is part of the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. The total municipal area is 298.5 square kilometres (115.3 sq mi), located on a bend of the Krka River.Show on map
Nova GoricaNova Gorica (pronounced [ˈnɔ̀ːʋa ɡɔˈɾìːt͡sa] (13px listen); population: 13,852 (town); 21,082 (incl. suburbs); 31,000 (municipality)) is a town and a municipality in western Slovenia, on the border with Italy. Nova Gorica is a planned town, built according to the principles of modernist architecture after 1947, when the Paris Peace Treaty established a new border between Yugoslavia and Italy, leaving nearby Gorizia outside the borders of Yugoslavia and thus cutting off the Soča Valley, the Vipava Valley, the Gorizia Hills and the northwestern Karst Plateau from their traditional regional urban centre. Since 1948, Nova Gorica has replaced Gorizia as the principal urban centre of the Goriška or Gorizia region, as the northern part of the Slovenian Littoral has been traditionally called.Show on map
Murska SobotaMurska Sobota (, Slovene abbreviation: MS [məˈsə̀]; German: Olsnitz; Hungarian: Muraszombat) is a city in northeastern Slovenia. It is the centre of the City Municipality of Murska Sobota near the Mura River in the region of Prekmurje and is the regional capital.Show on map
MozirjeMozirje (pronounced [mɔˈziːɾjɛ]; German: Prassberg) is a small town and municipality on the Savinja River in northern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
MetlikaMetlika (pronounced [mɛˈtliːka]; German: Möttling) is a town and municipality in the southeastern Slovenia. It lies on the left bank of the Kolpa River on the border with Croatia. The municipality is at the heart of the area of White Carniola, the southeastern part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola. It is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
MariborMaribor (pronounced [ˈmaːɾibɔɾ] (13px listen), German: Marburg an der Drau; Bavarian: Marburg an da Drau) is the second-largest city in Slovenia with about 96,000 inhabitants in 2015. It is also the largest city of the traditional region of Lower Styria and the seat of the City Municipality of Maribor.Show on map
LogatecThe Municipality of Logatec (Slovene: Občina Logatec) is a municipality in Slovenia. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Logatec. It is located roughly in the centre of Inner Carniola, between the capital Ljubljana and Postojna. The area is mostly covered by forests and is known for biking and hiking routes. In addition to Logatec, other major settlements in the municipality include Rovte, Hotedršica, and Laze.Show on map
LjutomerThe Municipality of Ljutomer (Slovene: Občina Ljutomer) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia, some 40 kilometers (25 mi) east of Maribor. Traditionally it was part of the region of Styria. It is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Its largest settlement and the administrative center is Ljutomer. The municipality includes Ljutomer Ponds–Jeruzalem Hills Nature Park (Slovene: Krajinski park Ljutomerski ribniki – Jeruzalemske gorice), which covers 1,346 hectares (3,330 acres).Show on map
LenartThe Municipality of Lenart (Slovene: Občina Lenart) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia. It has just over 11,000 inhabitants. It is considered the centre of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice). The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. The seat of the municipality is Lenart v Slovenskih Goricah.Show on map
LaskoThe Municipality of Laško (Slovene: Občina Laško) is a municipality in eastern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Laško. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
KrskoThe Municipality of Krško is a municipality in eastern Slovenia. Its seat is the town of Krško. The area is traditionally divided between Lower Styria (territory on the left bank of the Sava) and Lower Carniola (territory on the right bank of the Sava). The entire municipality is now included in the Lower Sava statistical region.Show on map
KranjKranj (pronounced [ˈkɾàːn] (13px listen); also known by other ) is the fourth-largest city in Slovenia, with a population of 37,373 (2015). It is located approximately 20 kilometres (12 miles) northwest of Ljubljana. The centre of the City Municipality of Kranj and of the traditional region of Upper Carniola (northwestern Slovenia) is a mainly industrial city with significant electronics and rubber industries.Show on map
Koper-CapodistriaKoper (Slovene pronunciation: [ˈkoːpəɾ] (13px listen)) (Italian: Capodistria) is a city in southwestern Slovenia, with the other Slovenian coastal towns Ankaran, Izola, Piran, and Portorož, situated along the country's 47-kilometre (29-mile) coastline, in the Istrian Region, approximately five kilometres (3.1 miles) from its border with Italy. Having a unique ecology and biodiversity, it is considered an important national natural resource. The city's Port of Koper is the major contributor to the economy of the eponymous city municipality. With only one percent of Slovenia having a coastline, the influence that the Port of Koper also has on tourism was a factor in Ankaran deciding to leave the municipality in a referendum in 2011 to establish its own. The city is a destination on a numberShow on map
KocevjeThe Municipality of Kočevje (pronounced [kɔˈtʃeːu̯jɛ]; Slovene: Občina Kočevje) is a municipality in southern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the city of Kočevje. Today it is part of the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. In terms of area, it is the largest municipality in Slovenia.Show on map
KamnikThe Municipality of Kamnik (Slovene: Občina Kamnik) is a municipality in northern Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kamnik. Today it is part of the Central Slovenia statistical region. It is the 15th-largest municipality by area in Slovenia.Show on map
JeseniceJesenice (pronounced [jɛsɛˈniːtsɛ] (13px listen); German: Assling) is a Slovenian town and the seat of the Municipality of Jesenice on the southern side of the Karawanks, bordering Austria to the north. Jesenice is known as the Slovenian home of mining and iron making industries, its largest steel company Acroni, and its ice-hockey club, Acroni Jesenice. Historically, Jesenice's ironworks and metallurgy industries were the driving force of the town's development.Show on map
Izola-IsolaIzola (pronounced [ˈiːzɔla] (13px listen); Italian: Isola) is an old fishing town and a municipality in southwestern Slovenia on the Adriatic coast of the Istrian peninsula. Its name originates from the Italian Isola, which means 'island'.Show on map
Ilirska BistricaIlirska Bistrica (pronounced [iˈliːɾska ˈbiːstɾitsa]; German: Illyrisch Feistritz; Italian: Villa del Nevoso, before 1927: Bisterza) is a town in the Inner Carniola region of southwestern Slovenia. It is the administrative seat of the Municipality of Ilirska Bistrica.Show on map
IdrijaIdrija (pronounced [ˈiːdɾija]; Italian and German: Idria) is a town in western Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Idrija. It is located in the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is in the Gorizia Statistical Region. It is notable for its mercury mine with stores and infrastructure, as well as miners' living quarters, and a miners' theatre. Together with the Spanish mine at Almadén, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012. In 2011, Idrija was given the Alpine Town of the Year award.Show on map
HrastnikHrastnik (pronounced [ˈxɾaːstnik]) is a town in the Central Sava Valley in central Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Hrastnik. Traditionally the area was part of the Styria region. The entire municipality is now included in the Central Sava Statistical Region. The town has its own library and school.Show on map
GrosupljeThe Municipality of Grosuplje (Slovene: Občina Grosuplje) is a municipality in central Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Grosuplje. It lies just south of the capital Ljubljana in the traditional region of Lower Carniola. It is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region.Show on map
Gornja RadgonaThe Municipality of Gornja Radgona (Slovene: Občina Gornja Radgona) a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Gornja Radgona.Show on map
DomzaleThe Municipality of Domžale (Slovene: Občina Domžale, pronounced [ˈóːpt͡ʃina dɔmˈʒàːlɛ]) is a municipality in the Ljubljana Basin in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Domžale. The municipality lies near the foothills of the Kamnik Alps and is crossed by the Kamnik Bistrica River, which originates in these mountains. Its landscape is characterized by forested hills and agricultural plains.Show on map
CrnomeljČrnomelj (pronounced [tʃəɾˈnoːməl]; in older sources also Černomelj, German: Tschernembl, Italian: Cernomegli) is a town in southeastern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Črnomelj. It lies on the left bank of the Lahinja and Dobličica rivers. The municipality is at the heart of the area of White Carniola, the southeastern part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola. It is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. It includes the hamlets of Čardak, Kočevje, Kozji Plac, Loka, and Nova Loka.Show on map
CerknicaThe Municipality of Cerknica (Slovene: Občina Cerknica) is a municipality in the Karst region of southwestern Slovenia, with a population of 11,350 in 2012. The seat of the municipality is the town of Cerknica. It belongs to the traditional region of Inner Carniola. The best-known landmark of the municipality is Lake Cerknica, an intermittent lake and the largest lake in Slovenia, south of the town of Cerknica. Various watersports including windsurfing are popular on the lake.Show on map
CeljeThe City Municipality of Celje (pronounced [ˈtsɛːljɛ]; Slovene: Mestna občina Celje) is one of eleven city municipalities in Slovenia. Its seat is the city of Celje, a regional center of Styria.Show on map
BreziceThe Municipality of Brežice (Slovene: Občina Brežice) is a municipality in eastern Slovenia in the Lower Sava Valley, near the Croatian border. The seat of the municipality is the town of Brežice. The area was traditionally divided between Lower Styria (territory on the left bank of the Sava River) and Lower Carniola (territory on the right bank of the Sava River). The entire municipality is now included in the Lower Sava Statistical Region.Show on map
AjdovscinaThe Municipality of Ajdovščina (pronounced [ˈaːi̯dɔu̯ʃtʃina]; Slovene: Občina Ajdovščina) is a municipality with a population of a little below 19,000 located in the Vipava Valley, southwestern Slovenia. The municipality was established in 1994. Its seat is in the town of Ajdovščina. As of 2014, its mayor is Tadej Beočanin.Show on map
Hrpelje-KozinaThe Municipality of Hrpelje-Kozina (Slovene: Občina Hrpelje - Kozina) is a municipality in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Its main settlements are Hrpelje and Kozina. A major border crossing to Italy is located in the municipality at the village of Krvavi Potok. It connects to Pese di Grozzana in the Municipality of San Dorligo della Valle near Trieste on the Italian side.Show on map
DivacaDivača (pronounced [diˈʋaːtʃa]) is a large nucleated village in the Littoral region of Slovenia, near the Italian border. It is the seat of the Municipality of Divača.Show on map
PivkaThe Municipality of Pivka (pronounced [ˈpiːu̯ka]; Slovene: Občina Pivka) is a municipality in Slovenia in the Pivka Basin in the Littoral–Inner Carniola Statistical Region. Its seat is the town of Pivka. It belongs to the traditional region of Inner Carniola.Show on map
Loska DolinaThe Municipality of Loška Dolina (Slovene: Občina Loška dolina) is a municipality in Slovenia. It is part of the Inner Carniola traditional region. Snežnik Castle and Cross Cave are located in the municipality.Show on map
Loski PotokThe Municipality of Loški Potok (Slovene: Občina Loški potok) is a municipality in southern Slovenia. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. The municipal administration is based in the settlement of Hrib–Loški Potok. Traditionally forestry provided the main income for local inhabitants and it still plays an important role.Show on map
OsilnicaOsilnica (pronounced [ɔˈsiːu̯nitsa], German: Ossiunitz) is a settlement in southern Slovenia. It is located on the left bank of the Kolpa River next to the border with Croatia. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region. It is the largest settlement and the centre of the Municipality of OsilnicaShow on map
Velike LasceThe Municipality of Velike Lašče (Slovene: Občina Velike Lašče) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Velike Lašče. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region. The area is the birthplace of a number of renowned Slovene writers: Primož Trubar, Josip Stritar, Fran Levstik, and Jože Javoršek.Show on map
SkofljicaŠkofljica (pronounced [ˈʃkoːfljitsa]) is a settlement and a municipality in central Slovenia. It lies on the eastern edge of the marshlands south of the capital Ljubljana. The entire municipality is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saints Cyril and Methodius and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Ljubljana. It is a modern building built in 1986. \n* Train station in Škofljica \n* Postcard of Škofljica \n* Postcard of ŠkofljicaShow on map
IgIg (pronounced [ˈiːk]) is the largest settlement and the seat of the Municipality of Ig, central Slovenia.Show on map
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BorovnicaBorovnica (pronounced [bɔɾɔu̯ˈniːtsa]; German: Franzdorf) is a settlement in the Municipality of Borovnica in the Inner Carniola region of Slovenia. It is about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southwest of the national capital Ljubljana.Show on map
KomenKomen (pronounced [ˈkoːmən]) is a settlement in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Komen. It is located on the Karst Plateau in the Slovenian Littoral.Show on map
Miren-KostanjevicaThe Municipality of Miren-Kostanjevica (Slovene: Občina Miren - Kostanjevica, Italian: Comune di Merna Castagnevizza) is a municipality in western Slovenia, on the border with Italy. It is part of the Goriška region of the Slovene Littoral. The municipality's main settlements are Miren and Kostanjevica na Krasu. Miren is located in the lowest part of the Vipava Valley. Miren has a border crossing into Italy. The Italian town opposite it is Merna.Show on map