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Cerkno ([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 the Franja Partisan Hospital (Partizanska bolnica Franja); for a Partisan hospital from World War II; and as a ski resort.
Cities, towns & villages in Cerkno
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ŠebreljeŠebrelje (pronounced [ʃɛˈbɾeːljɛ]) is a village in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint George and belongs to the Koper Diocese. A second church, belonging to the same parish, is built outside the settlement to the north and is dedicated to John the Baptist. Show Šebreljeon the map
Dolenji NovakiDolenji Novaki (pronounced [dɔˈleːnji nɔˈʋaːki]) is a village in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Franja Partisan Hospital is located in a valley north of the settlement. The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint Thomas and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Dolenji Novakion the map
TravnikTravnik (pronounced [ˈtɾaːu̯nik]) is a small settlement on the right bank of the Idrijca River in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Travnik became a settlement in 1997, when parts of Jazne and Otalež were separated and made into an independent settlement. Show Travnikon the map
LabinjeLabinje (pronounced [ˈlaːbinjɛ]) is a village northeast of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to the Holy Spirit and belongs to the Parish of Cerkno. It was built in 1723 by the builder Matija Maček (c. 1657–1737) from the Poljane Valley. Show Labinjeon the map
OtaležOtalež (pronounced [ɔˈtaːlɛʃ]) is a village in the hills above the right bank of the Idrijca River in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Catherine and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Otaležon the map
JagrščeJagršče (pronounced is a settlement in the hills above the Idrijca Valley in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint Ursula and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Jagrščeon the map
Gorenji NovakiGorenji Novaki (pronounced [ɡɔˈɾeːnji nɔˈʋaːki]; Italian: Novacchi) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Most of the ski slopes of the Cerkno Ski Resort are in the Gornji Novaki area. Show Gorenji Novakion the map
Cerkljanski VrhCerkljanski Vrh (pronounced [tsɛɾˈkljaːnski ˈʋəɾx]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills south of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlets of Krog, Zakrog, Hobovše (German: Hobousche bei Neuoßlitz), and Lajše. Show Cerkljanski Vrhon the map
ZakojcaZakojca (pronounced [zaˈkoːi̯tsa]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. It consists of three hamlets: Dolnja Vas, Srednja Vas, and Gornja Vas (Slovene: Dolnja vas, Srednja vas, Gornja vas). Show Zakojcaon the map
LazecLazec (pronounced [ˈlaːzəts]) is a village above the right bank of the Idrijca River in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint George and belongs to the Parish of Otalež. Show Lazecon the map
JazneJazne (pronounced [ˈjaːznɛ]) is a settlement in the hills above the Idrijca Valley in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas and belongs to the Parish of Otalež. Show Jazneon the map
Ravne pri CerknemRavne pri Cerknem (pronounced [ˈraːu̯nɛ pɾi ˈtseːɾknɛm]) is a settlement west of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Ulrich and belongs to the Koper Diocese. Show Ravne pri Cerknemon the map
StražaStraža (pronounced [ˈstɾaːʒa]) is a settlement on the Idrijca River southwest of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to the Conversion of Paul and belongs to the Parish of Cerkno. Show Stražaon the map
PolicePolice (pronounced [pɔˈliːtsɛ]) is a small village in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to the Nativity of Mary and belongs to the Parish of Šentviška Gora. Show Policeon the map
PočePoče (pronounced [ˈpoːtʃɛ]) is a settlement in the hills north of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The name of the settlement is derived from the word poč 'well', which is preserved in the Resian dialect. Show Počeon the map
RekaReka (pronounced [ˈɾeːka]) is a settlement on the Idrijca River in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint Cantius and belongs to the Parish of Cerkno. Show Rekaon the map
HudajužnaHudajužna (pronounced [xudaˈjuːʒna]) is a village in the valley of the Bača River in the Municipality of Tolmin in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The Bohinj Railway line runs through the settlement. Show Hudajužnaon the map
PlužnjePlužnje (pronounced [ˈpluːʒnjɛ]) is a settlement in the hills above the right bank of the Idrijca River in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Plužnjeon the map
RobidnicaRobidnica (pronounced [ɾɔˈbiːdnitsa]) is a small settlement above the village of Leskovica in the Municipality of Gorenja Vas–Poljane in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Robidnicaon the map
PodlaniščePodlanišče (pronounced German: Podlanischam) is a dispersed settlement in the hills southeast of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Podlaniščeon the map
PodplečePodpleče (pronounced German: Podpletscham) is a dispersed settlement in the hills east of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Podplečeon the map
PoljanePoljane (pronounced [pɔˈljaːnɛ]) is a small settlement on the road from Cerkno towards Dolenji Novaki in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Poljaneon the map
Planina pri CerknemPlanina pri Cerknem (pronounced [plaˈniːna pri ˈtseːrknɛm]) is a village in the hills east of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Planina pri Cerknemon the map
JesenicaJesenica (pronounced [jɛsɛˈniːtsa]) is a settlement below Mount Kojca northwest of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Jesenicaon the map
OrehekOrehek (pronounced [ɔˈɾeːxək]) is a dispersed settlement below Mount Kojca west of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Orehekon the map
LaznicaLaznica (pronounced [ˈlaːznitsa]) is a small settlement in the hills north of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Laznicaon the map
ČeplezČeplez (pronounced [ˈtʃeːplɛs]) is a small settlement in the hills east of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Čeplezon the map
BukovoBukovo (pronounced [ˈbuːkɔʋɔ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Bukovoon the map
GorjeGorje (pronounced [ˈɡɔːɾjɛ]) is a settlement in the hills north of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Gorjeon the map
ZakrižZakriž (pronounced [zaˈkɾiːʃ]) is a settlement northwest of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Zakrižon the map
TrebenčeTrebenče (pronounced is a village north of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Trebenčeon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Cerkno
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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
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Cerkno
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KojcaMount Kojca (pronounced [ˈkoːi̯tsa]) is a 1,303-meter (4,275 ft) mountain in the Cerkno Hills in the municipality of Cerkno in western Slovenia. It stands south of Mount Porezen and its summit offers views of the Cerkno region and the surrounding peaks. Below the southeast slope of Mount Kojca, in Ravne pri Cerknem, is Ravne Cave (Slovene: Ravenska jama), known for its aragonite helictites (or flos-ferri).Show on map
PorezenMount Porezen is a mountain of the outlying Alps located in Slovenia. It is the highest summit of the Slovenian Prealps.Show on map