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Basic information about Bovec
The Municipality of Bovec ([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.
Cities, towns & villages in Bovec
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SočaSoča (pronounced [ˈsoːtʃa]) is a dispersed settlement on the Soča River in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. A small church by the roadside in the village is dedicated to Saint Joseph and was built in 1718 and dedicated in 1823. In 1944 it was refurbished and painted by Tone Kralj. The refurbishment was a political statement and he included a scene of Archangel Michael fighting the Devil, in which Hitler and Mussolini are shown as enemies, fighting on the side of the Devil. He also used the Slovene national colours (red, white, and blue) in the interior and, apart from the Apostles and the Four Evangelists, used only Slavic saints in the iconography. Behind the church, the Sοča Military Cemetery is a burial ground for Austrian soldiers that died on the Isonzo fr Show Sočaon the map
Kal-KoritnicaKal–Koritnica (pronounced [ˈkaːu̯ kɔˈɾiːtnitsa]; Slovene: Kal-Koritnica, Italian: Cal - Coritenza) is a village in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Kal-Koritnicaon the map
TrentaTrenta (pronounced [ˈtɾeːnta]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the traditional Gorizia region in western Slovenia. It lies on the Soča River along the road from the Vršič Pass to Bovec and encompasses the Trenta Valley and its side valleys. A miners' church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary of Loreto, stands above the settlement on the way to the Vršič Pass. It was erected in 1690 by the owners of the Trenta bloomeries, the Counts of Attems. The Trenta Lodge information center of Triglav National Park and the Juliana Alpine Botanical Garden are located in Trenta. Show Trentaon the map
Strmec na PredeluStrmec na Predelu (pronounced [ˈstəɾməts na pɾɛˈdeːlu]; Italian: Bretto di Sopra) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies on the road to the Predel Pass. Another road, distinguished by being the road built at the highest elevation in Slovenia, splits off the road to Predel and leads to the lodge on Mangart Saddle. Show Strmec na Predeluon the map
LepenaLepena (pronounced [lɛˈpeːna]; Italian: Lepegna) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies in the valley of Lepenjica Creek, a tributary of the Soča River. The Klement Jug Lodge at the end of the valley is a popular stating point with hikers for trips to the surrounding peaks in the Julian Alps. Show Lepenaon the map
Log pod MangartomLog pod Mangartom (pronounced [ˈloːk pɔd ˈmaːnɡaɾtɔm]; sometimes Log pod Mangrtom, Italian: Bretto) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It comprises Gornji Log and Spodnji Log as well as the hamlets Loška Koritnica, Možnica and Pustina. Show Log pod Mangartomon the map
PlužnaPlužna (pronounced [ˈpluːʒna]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Most of the slopes of the Kanin Ski Resort are located around and above Plužna. The church in the centre of the village is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. Show Plužnaon the map
ČezsočaČezsoča (pronounced [tʃɛˈsoːtʃa]; Italian: Oltresonzia) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlets of Gorenja Vas (Slovene: Gorenja vas), Dolenja Vas (Dolenja vas), Jablanica, Kršovec, and Na Glavi. Show Čezsočaon the map
SrpenicaSrpenica (pronounced Italian: Serpenizza) is a village on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlet of Brezovo, which was abandoned after the Second World War. Show Srpenicaon the map
BovecBovec (pronounced [ˈbɔːvəts] or [ˈboːvəts]; Italian: Plezzo, German: Flitsch, Friulian: Plèz) is a town in the Littoral region in northwestern Slovenia, close to border with Italy. It is the central settlement of the Municipality of Bovec. Show Bovecon the map
ŽagaŽaga (pronounced [ˈʒaːɡa]; Italian: Saga) is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The turn for the road to Resia in Italy is in the middle of the settlement. Show Žagaon the map
Log ČezsoškiLog Čezsoški (pronounced [ˈloːk tʃɛˈsoːʃki]; Italian: Loga d'Oltresonzia) is a small settlement on left bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. \n* Log Čezsoški and surroundings Show Log Čezsoškion the map
BavšicaBavšica (pronounced [ˈbaːu̯ʃitsa]; Italian: Bausizza) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Bavšicaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Bovec
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Občina 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
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Bovec
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VřsičThe Vršič Pass (pronounced [ʋəɾˈʃitʃ]; Slovene: prelaz Vršič, Italian: Passo della Moistrocca, German: Werschetzpass), with an elevation of 1,611 metres (5,285 ft), is a high mountain pass across the Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia. It is the highest pass in Slovenia, as well as the highest in the Eastern Julian Alps. It connects Upper Carniola with the Trenta Valley in the Slovene Littoral. The road across the pass, now known as Russian Road (Ruska cesta), was originally built for military purposes in the early 19th century and followed an earlier trade route. The Vršič Pass is considered an excellent starting point for excursions to surrounding peaks.Show on map
JalovecMount Jalovec (pronounced [ˈjaːlɔvəts]) is a mountain in the Julian Alps. With an elevation of 2,645 m, it is the sixth-highest peak in Slovenia. It stands between the Tamar, Koritnica, and Trenta Alpine valleys. Nearby peaks include Mangart to the west, Travnik and Mojstrovka to the east, and Ponce to the north. The Log Cliff (Slovene: Loška stena, Italian: Parete di Bretto) stands immediately southwest of Mount Jalovec.Show on map
KanjavecKanjavec is a 2,569-metre (8,428 ft) mountain in the center of Triglav National Park. It lies between the Dolič Pass at 2,164 m, the Hribarice Pass at 2,306 m and the Prehodavci Pass at 2071 m. Kanjavec is also a popular ski touring destination. From the summit, there is a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. It is relatively easy to ascend, with a few exposed areas.Show on map
RazorRazor (2,601 metres or 8,533 feet) is a pyramidal mountain in the Julian Alps and the sixth-highest mountain in Slovenia. First ascended by Otto Sendtner in 1842, it is now frequently ascended, with numerous mountain huts available for climbers.Show on map
Passo del PredilThe Predil Pass or Predel Pass (Italian: Passo di Predil; Slovene: Predel, pronounced [pɾɛˈdeːl]) (el. 1156 m) is a high mountain pass on the border between Italy and Slovenia.Show on map