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Basic information about Ajdovscina
The Municipality of Ajdovščina ([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. The climate is influenced by the Mediterranean (minimum temperature in winter −1 °C (30 °F), maximum 17 °C (63 °F); in the summer time maximum temperature 39 °C (102 °F), minimum 20 °C (68 °F). Its characteristic is the bora wind, which may reach the speeds over 200 kilometres per hour (120 mph).
Cities, towns & villages in Ajdovscina
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Vipavski KrižVipavski Križ (pronounced [ʋiˈpaːu̯ski ˈkɾiːʃ]; Italian: Santa Croce di Aidussina) is a settlement on a small hill in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is one of the historically most interesting places in the area. There is evidence of habitation on the hill in the pre-Roman period. The settlement was first mentioned in written documents dating to the 13th century. The houses in the village are clustered inside a defence wall around a castle from the late 15th century. It was built to protect the residents against Ottoman raids. In 1532 Vipavski Križ was declared a town. In 1636 a Capuchin monastery with a rich library was founded in the town and it is now open to visitors. Show Vipavski Križon the map
BrjeBrje (pronounced [ˈbəːɾjɛ]; Italian: Bria dei Furlani) is a settlement in the hills on the left bank of the Vipava River in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is made up of eleven hamlets: Kasovlje, Nečilec, Most, Kodrovi, Pečenkovi, Martini, Mihelji, Žulji, Cinki, Furlani, and Sveti Martin. Show Brjeon the map
PlaninaPlanina (pronounced [plaˈniːna]) is a village in the hills south of the Vipava Valley on the border with the Karst Plateau in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is made up of smaller clusters of the hamlets of Štrancarji, Marci, Dolenja Vas (Slovene: Dolenja vas), Brithi, Gorenja Vas (Gorenja vas), and Koboli. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Cantius and belongs to the Koper Diocese. A second church belonging to the parish is built on a hill south of the main settlement and is dedicated to Saint Paul. Show Planinaon the map
VrtovinVrtovin (pronounced [ʋəɾtɔˈʋiːn] or Italian: Vertovino) is a village on the northern edge of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes several smaller hamlets: Grželi, Čebuli, Fužina, Guli, and Stovška Vas (Slovene: Stovška vas) south of the main village and Krti, Šateji, Subani, Jama, Kocjani, Rebki, Čermeli, Guštini, Fevči, and Lozarji to the north. The local church is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and belongs to the Parish of Kamnje. Show Vrtovinon the map
OtlicaOtlica (pronounced [ˈoːtlitsa]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills north of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is made up of smaller clusters of the hamlets of Sibirija, Kitajska, Kurja Vas (Slovene: Kurja vas), and Cerkovna, as well as a number of outlying isolated farms. Together with the ridge-top villages of Predmeja, Kovk, and Gozd, it is part of an area locally known as Gora (literally, 'the mountain'). Show Otlicaon the map
LokavecLokavec (pronounced [lɔˈkaːʋəts]) is a settlement on the northern edge of the Vipava Valley northwest of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies below the slopes of Mount Čaven, below the Slano Blato Landslide. It includes the hamlets of Bitovi, Brith (or Britih), Čohi, Gorenje, Kuši, Lahovše, Loretovše, Mizinška Vas (Slovene: Mizinška vas), Paljki (or Palki), and Slokarji. Show Lokavecon the map
PredmejaPredmeja (pronounced [pɾɛdˈmɛːja]; formerly Dol pri Otlici) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies on the edge of a karst plateau north of the town of Ajdovščina, overlooking the Vipava Valley. Together with the ridge-top villages of Otlica, Kovk, and Gozd, it is part of an area locally known as Gora (literally, 'the mountain'). Show Predmejaon the map
SeloSelo (pronounced [ˈsɛːlɔ]; Italian: Sella del Bivio Vertovino) is a village in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is made up of smaller clusters of the hamlets of Britih, Barkula, Mandrija, Na Vasi/Na Gorici, Bauč, Gornji Konc, and Maitov Hrib. The local church is dedicated to Saint Michael and belongs to the Parish of Batuje. Show Seloon the map
PodkrajPodkraj (pronounced [ˈpoːtkɾai̯]) is a village southeast of Col in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It also includes smaller clusters of the hamlets of Trševje, Sreboti, and Hrušica as well as a number of isolated farmsteads along the road from Col to Kalce. The Ad Pirum archaeological site is located in the hamlet of Hrušica. Show Podkrajon the map
ŠmarjeŠmarje (pronounced [ˈʃmaːɾjɛ]) is a settlement in the hills southwest of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. As well as the main village of Šmarje, it includes three smaller hamlets: Potok, Hrastje, and Jakulini. The parish church, from which the settlement gets its name, is dedicated to the Holy Name of Mary and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Šmarjeon the map
BudanjeBudanje (pronounced [buˈdaːnjɛ]; German: Budaine; Italian: Budagne) is a settlement in the upper Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlets of Avžlak, Brith, Kodelska Vas, Žgavska Vas, Krašnovska Vas, Severska Vas, Kranjčevska Vas, Pirčevska Vas, Grapa, Žaga, Perovce, Šumljak, and Log. Show Budanjeon the map
ŽapužeŽapuže (pronounced [ˈʒaːpuʒɛ]) is a settlement on the southeastern outskirts of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The village was burned down by the German Army on 22 June 1944. The local church, renovated in 1989, is dedicated to Saint Peter, but is known as Saint Martin's Church and belongs to the Parish of Šturje. Show Žapužeon the map
DobravljeDobravlje (pronounced is a village in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint Peter and belongs to the Parish of Vipavski Križ. It dates to 1641 and contains paintings by the Slovenian Baroque painter Anton Čebej from 1768. Show Dobravljeon the map
GojačeGojače (pronounced [ɡɔˈjaːtʃɛ]; Italian: Goiaci) is a village on the edge of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Justus and belongs to the Parish of Črniče. It contains paintings by the Baroque painter Anton Čebej. Show Gojačeon the map
SkriljeSkrilje (pronounced [ˈskɾiːljɛ]) is a village in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is divided into three smaller hamlets: Valiči, Ruštji, and Bajči. The local church is dedicated to Saint Margaret of Antioch and belongs to the Parish of Kamnje. Show Skriljeon the map
StomažStomaž (pronounced [ˈstoːmaʃ]) is a village in the hills north of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is made up of several smaller hamlets: Brith, Dolenja Vas (Slovene: Dolenja vas), Hrib, Ljubljanica, Griže, Črnigoji, Bratini, and Batagelji. Show Stomažon the map
KovkKovk (pronounced [ˈkoːu̯k]) is a dispersed settlement on the edge of a karst plateau north of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Together with the ridge-top villages of Predmeja, Otlica, and Gozd, it is part of an area locally known as Gora (literally, 'the mountain'). Show Kovkon the map
GozdGozd (pronounced [ˈɡoːst]) is a dispersed settlement on the edge of a karst plateau east of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Together with the ridge-top villages of Predmeja, Kovk, and Otlica, it is part of an area locally known as Gora (literally, 'the mountain'). Show Gozdon the map
Velike ŽabljeVelike Žablje (pronounced [ˈʋeːlikɛ ˈʒaːbljɛ]) is a village on the southern edge of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Florian and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Velike Žabljeon the map
ČrničeČrniče (pronounced Italian: Cernizza Goriziana) is a village in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Vitus and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Črničeon the map
AjdovščinaAjdovščina (pronounced Italian: Aidussina, German: Haidenschaft) is a small town with a population of about 6,700, located in the Vipava Valley (Vipavska dolina), Slovenia. It is the administrative centre of the Municipality of Ajdovščina. Show Ajdovščinaon the map
KamnjeKamnje (pronounced [ˈkaːmnjɛ]) is a village on the northern edge of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Michael and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Kamnjeon the map
MalovšeMalovše (pronounced [ˈmaːlɔu̯ʃɛ]) is a village on the northern edge of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saints Cosmas and Damian and belongs to the Parish of Črniče. Show Malovšeon the map
BelaBela (pronounced [ˈbeːla]; Italian: Bella di Vipacco) is a small settlement at the source of White Creek (Slovene: Bela), which is a tributary of the Vipava River in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Belaon the map
GaberjeGaberje (pronounced [ˈɡaːbɛɾjɛ]) is a village in the hills south of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1367. Show Gaberjeon the map
RavneRavne (pronounced [ˈɾaːu̯nɛ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saints John and Paul and belongs to the Parish of Črniče. Show Ravneon the map
Male ŽabljeMale Žablje (pronounced [ˈmaːlɛ ˈʒaːbljɛ]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Vipava River, south of Vipavski Križ, in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Male Žabljeon the map
KoboliKoboli (pronounced [kɔˈboːli]; Italian: Cobolli) is a small settlement southeast of Štanjel in the Municipality of Komen in the Littoral region of Slovenia next to the border with Italy. Show Kobolion the map
Križna GoraKrižna Gora (pronounced [ˈkɾiːʒna ˈɡɔːɾa]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills north of Col in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Križna Goraon the map
VrtovčeVrtovče (pronounced is a small village in the hills south of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Vrtovčeon the map
Malo PoljeMalo Polje (pronounced [ˈmaːlɔ ˈpoːljɛ]) is a small settlement in the hills northeast of Col in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Malo Poljeon the map
ZavinoZavino (pronounced [zaˈʋiːnɔ]) is a small village in the hills south of the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Zavinoon the map
VodiceVodice (pronounced [ʋɔˈdiːtsɛ]) is a small dispersed settlement in the hills east of Col in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Vodiceon the map
BatujeBatuje (pronounced [baˈtuːjɛ]; Italian: Battùglia) is a settlement in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Batujeon the map
DolenjeDolenje (pronounced [dɔˈleːnjɛ]) is a village on the left bank of the Vipava River in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Dolenjeon the map
VišnjeVišnje (pronounced [ˈʋiːʃnjɛ]; Italian: Visne) is a village southeast of Col in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Višnjeon the map
TevčeTevče (pronounced [ˈteːu̯tʃɛ]) is a small settlement on the left bank of the Vipava River south of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Tevčeon the map
CestaCesta (pronounced [ˈtseːsta]; Italian: Strada) is a settlement in the Vipava Valley, 3 km west of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Cestaon the map
ŽagoličŽagolič (pronounced [ˈʒaːɡɔlitʃ]) is a small village northwest of Col in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Žagoličon the map
Dolga PoljanaDolga Poljana (pronounced [ˈdoːu̯ɡa pɔˈljaːna]) is a village in the Vipava Valley east of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Dolga Poljanaon the map
PotočePotoče (pronounced [pɔˈtoːtʃɛ]) is a village in the Vipava Valley in the Municipality of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Potočeon the map
KožmaniKožmani (pronounced [ˈkoːʒmani]) is a settlement on the southeastern outskirts of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Kožmanion the map
GrivčeGrivče (pronounced is a settlement on the northern outskirts of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Grivčeon the map
UstjeUstje (pronounced [ˈuːstjɛ]) is a village in the Vipava Valley south of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Ustjeon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Ajdovscina
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Občina AjdovščinaThe Municipality of Ajdovščina (pronounced 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
Different buildings in Ajdovscina
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Ajdovščina AirportAjdovščina Airport (ICAO: LJAJ) (Slovene: Letališče Ajdovščina) is a sport and tourist airport, located in the Vipava Valley, Slovenia. The airport was originally built for the Battles of the Isonzo and is today home to the Josip Križaj Ajdovščina Aeroclub and the ultralight aircraft manufacturer Pipistrel. Aeroclub is named by famous slovene war ace Josip Križaj (also Giuseppe Krizai).Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Ajdovscina
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Trnovski GozdThe Trnovo Forest Plateau (Slovene: Trnovski gozd) is a karst plateau that constitutes the extreme northwest end of the Dinaric Alps. The Trnovo Forest Plateau has a karst character, without surface watercourses and broken up by closed valleys, outcroppings, hills, caves, shafts, and smaller karst features: solution pans, rills, karrens, and other features. Significant karst features include ice caves. The vegetation inversion at Big Paradana Ice Cave (Slovene: Velika ledena jama v Paradani) in the eastern part of the plateau, measuring 385 meters (1,263 ft) by 1,550 meters (5,090 ft), is a locus classicus and in the past ice was harvested from it and exported via Gorizia and Trieste to Egypt.Show on map