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Gornji Petrovci ([ˈɡoːɾnji pɛˈtɾoːu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Péterhegy) is a town in Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci.
Cities, towns & villages in Gornji Petrovci
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BorečaBoreča (pronounced [bɔˈɾeːtʃa]; Hungarian: Borháza) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Unlike the surrounding area, the village is relatively nucleated and surrounded by a pine forest. The local church is built southeast of the village and is a Late Gothic building dating to 1521. It has a relatively high nave with a narrower polygonal sanctuary. In 1739 its interior was refurbished in the Baroque style. It is dedicated to Saint Anne and belongs to the Murska Sobota Diocese. There is a Catholic cemetery next to the church. The Lutheran cemetery lies beyond it. There is also a wooden Lutheran belfry in the village. Show Borečaon the map
ŽenavljeŽenavlje (pronounced Hungarian: Gyanafa) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Ženavlje is known as the unplanned landing site of a stratospheric balloon with the Belgian pioneering balloonist Max Cosyns and his student Nérée van der Elst on 18 August 1934. The 18th of August was declared a municipal holiday and in 1997 a large bronze monument in the shape of a balloon was erected on the spot of the crash landing to commemorate the event. Show Ženavljeon the map
StanjevciStanjevci (pronounced Hungarian: Kerkaszabadhegy) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. The railway from Murska Sobota to Hodoš runs through the settlement, but there is no station in the village. There is a small chapel north of the main settlement. It was built in 1923 in a Neo-Gothic style. Show Stanjevcion the map
AdrijanciAdrijanci (pronounced [adɾiˈjaːntsi]; Hungarian: Andorháza) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a small chapel in the village built at the beginning of the 20th century. It is used as a funeral home and the original hearse is preserved inside the building. It has a three-storey belfry. Show Adrijancion the map
ŠulinciŠulinci (pronounced [ˈʃuːlintsi]; Hungarian: Sándorvölgy) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. The old village school, built in 1913 and closed in 1962, now functions as a village hall. Show Šulincion the map
NeradnovciNeradnovci (pronounced Hungarian: Nádorfa, Prekmurje Slovene: Maranovci) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia, close to the border with Hungary. Show Neradnovcion the map
MartinjeMartinje (pronounced [maɾˈtiːnjɛ]; Hungarian: Magasfok) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia, right on the border with Hungary. Show Martinjeon the map
KriževciKriževci (pronounced Hungarian: Keresztúr, in older sources Tótkeresztúr) is a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Križevcion the map
PanovciPanovci (pronounced [ˈpaːnɔu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Úriszék) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Panovcion the map
PeskovciPeskovci (pronounced [pɛˈskoːu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Petőfa) is a small village immediately east of Gornji Petrovci in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Peskovcion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Gornji Petrovci
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Gornji PetrovciThe Municipality of Gornji Petrovci (Slovene: Občina Gornji Petrovci) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is the town of Gornji Petrovci. The municipality was established in its current form on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Murska Sobota was subdivided into nine smaller municipalities. The majority of the population of the municipality are Lutherans, making the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci one of the very few Slovenian municipalities with a non-Catholic majority.Show on map