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The Municipality of Gornja Radgona (Slovene: Občina Gornja Radgona) a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Gornja Radgona.
Cities, towns & villages in Gornja Radgona
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NegovaNegova (pronounced [ˈneːɡɔʋa]; German: Negau) is a village in the hills to the west of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Negova Castle is a castle immediately to the north of the main settlement. It is a complex of buildings that are 16th- and early 17th-century extensions of the original castle built in 1425. Very few of the original furnishings and traces of wall paintings in the castle chapel are preserved. The Negau helmet was found nearby. Show Negovaon the map
Gornja RadgonaGornja Radgona (pronounced [ˈɡoːɾnja ˈɾaːdɡɔna]; German: Oberradkersburg Prekmurje Slovene: Gorenja Radgonja, Hungarian: Felsőregede) is a town in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Gornja Radgona. Once it was a defensive stronghold for today's regional centre and its twin city, Bad Radkersburg, on the other side of the Mura River in Austria. The towns were split in 1919, when the state of Styria was divided between Austria and Slovenia. After that they developed separately, and Gornja Radgona grew into a new town centre. Show Gornja Radgonaon the map
MeleMele (pronounced [mɛˈleː]; German: Kellerdorf) is a village immediately southeast of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel-shrine in the settlement. It was built in the early 19th century. It has a pair of Tuscan columns on the front corners holding a pediment, painted at a later date when it was remodelled in a Neo-Gothic style with pointed windows and a small belfry on its steep roof. Show Meleon the map
Norički VrhNorički Vrh (pronounced [nɔˈɾiːtʃki ˈʋəɾx]) is a settlement in the suburbs of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. The Kunej Mansion (Slovene: Kunejev dvorec) is a two-story mansion east of the main settlement, first mentioned in written sources dating to the 15th century. It was rebuilt in its current form around 1870 and its landscaped garden dates from 1935. Show Norički Vrhon the map
ŠtajngrovaŠtajngrova (pronounced is a settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Benedikt in northeastern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. A wayside shrine with a 3 m tall niche containing a crucifix dates to around 1900. Show Štajngrovaon the map
ČrešnjevciČrešnjevci (pronounced is a dispersed settlement immediately south of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. The Slovene author, linguist and beekeeper Peter Dajnko was born in the village in 1787. The house in which he was born is a simple thatched farmhouse and now houses an ethnographic collection. Show Črešnjevcion the map
StavešinciStavešinci (pronounced is a small village in the Ščavnica Valley in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel-shrine with an onion-domed belfry just north of the main settlement. It was built in 1922. Show Stavešincion the map
Spodnji IvanjciSpodnji Ivanjci (pronounced [ˈspoːdnji iˈʋaːntsi]) is a village in the Ščavnica Valley in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel-shrine with a belfry in the settlement. It was built in the early 20th century. Show Spodnji Ivanjcion the map
Zagajski VrhZagajski Vrh (pronounced [zaˈɡaːi̯ski ˈʋəɾx]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. There are three small chapel-shrines in the village, each bearing its own belfry and all dating to the early 20th century. Show Zagajski Vrhon the map
Stavešinski VrhStavešinski Vrh (pronounced [ˈstaːʋɛʃinski ˈʋəɾx]) is a settlement north of Stavešinci in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel-shine in the central part of the village. It was built in 1814. Show Stavešinski Vrhon the map
Gornji IvanjciGornji Ivanjci (pronounced [ˈɡoːɾnji iˈʋaːntsi]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills southwest of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. A triangular column shrine from the 19th century and a villa from c. 1900 stand in the village. Show Gornji Ivanjcion the map
LastomerciLastomerci (pronounced is a dispersed village in the valley of the upper course of the Ščavnica River and the surrounding hills in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Lastomercion the map
RadvenciRadvenci (pronounced [ˈɾaːdʋɛntsi]) is a dispersed settlement southwest of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel-shrine with a belfry in the settlement. It was built in 1907. Show Radvencion the map
PodgradPodgrad (pronounced [ˈpoːdɡɾat]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Mura River in the foothills of Radgona Castle in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Podgradon the map
OrehovciOrehovci (pronounced is a settlement in the hills west of Radenci in northeastern Slovenia. It lies in the territory of the Municipality of Gornja Radgona. Show Orehovcion the map
Spodnja ŠčavnicaSpodnja Ščavnica (pronounced [ˈspoːdnja is a settlement in the upper Ščavnica Valley southwest of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Spodnja Ščavnicaon the map
Zgornja BačkovaZgornja Bačkova (pronounced [ˈzɡoːɾnja ˈbaːtʃkɔʋa]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Sveta Ana in the Slovene Hills in northeastern Slovenia. Show Zgornja Bačkovaon the map
Ptujska CestaPtujska Cesta (pronounced [ˈptuːi̯ska ˈtseːsta]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills west of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Ptujska Cestaon the map
Orehovski VrhOrehovski Vrh (pronounced [ɔˈɾeːxɔu̯ski ˈʋəɾx]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills south of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Orehovski Vrhon the map
HercegovščakHercegovščak (pronounced is a settlement in the hills immediately west of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Hercegovščakon the map
Plitvički VrhPlitvički Vrh (pronounced [pliˈtʋiːtʃki ˈʋəɾx]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills west of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Plitvički Vrhon the map
ZbigovciZbigovci (pronounced is a dispersed settlement in the hills south of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Zbigovcion the map
PolicePolice (pronounced [pɔˈliːtsɛ]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills southwest of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Policeon the map
LokavciLokavci (pronounced [lɔˈkaːu̯tsi]) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Lokavcion the map
Aženski VrhAženski Vrh (pronounced [ˈaːʒɛnski ˈʋəɾx]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Aženski Vrhon the map
OčeslavciOčeslavci (pronounced is a settlement in the hills south of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Očeslavcion the map
KunovaKunova (pronounced [ˈkuːnɔʋa]) is a dispersed village in the hills south of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Kunovaon the map
RodmošciRodmošci (pronounced [ˈɾoːdmɔʃtsi]) is a dispersed settlement southwest of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Rodmošcion the map
LomanošeLomanoše (pronounced [lɔˈmaːnɔʃɛ]) is a village in the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in northeastern Slovenia. Show Lomanošeon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Gornja Radgona
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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