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Jesenice ([jɛsɛˈniːtsɛ]; German: Assling) is a Slovenian town and the seat of the Municipality of Jesenice on the southern side of the Karawanks, bordering Austria to the north. Jesenice is known as the Slovenian home of mining and iron making industries, its largest steel company Acroni, and its ice-hockey club, Acroni Jesenice. Historically, Jesenice's ironworks and metallurgy industries were the driving force of the town's development.
Cities, towns & villages in Jesenice
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Slovenski JavornikSlovenski Javornik (pronounced [slɔˈʋeːnski ˈjaːʋɔɾnik]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Commonly known simply as Javornik, the place name is derived from the Slovene word javor 'maple'. Primarily a residential community, it also contains the bulk of the remaining steel mill facilities in the Municipality of Jesenice. The settlement is located directly southeast of the core of Jesenice, on the north bank of the Sava River. Its neighbor to the northwest is the village of Koroška Bela. Show Slovenski Javornikon the map
JeseniceJesenice (pronounced [jɛsɛˈniːtsɛ] (13px listen); German: Assling) is a Slovenian town and the seat of the Municipality of Jesenice on the southern side of the Karawanks, bordering Austria to the north. Jesenice is known as the Slovenian home of mining and iron making industries, its largest steel company Acroni, and its ice-hockey club, Acroni Jesenice. Historically, Jesenice's ironworks and metallurgy industries were the driving force of the town's development. Show Jeseniceon the map
Koroška BelaKoroška Bela (pronounced [kɔˈɾoːʃka ˈbeːla]; German: Kärntner Vellach) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in northwestern Slovenia. The village has long been a center of iron mining and processing; until recently a majority of its inhabitants were employed in the steel industry. Show Koroška Belaon the map
Javorniški RovtJavorniški Rovt (pronounced [ˈjaːʋɔɾniʃki ˈɾoːu̯t]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. It is located in the foothills of the Karawanks, above its namesake settlement of Slovenski Javornik (which occupies the floor of the Sava Valley.) Show Javorniški Rovton the map
PodkočnaPodkočna (pronounced [pɔˈtkoːtʃna]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. A railway halt of the Bohinj Railway, the Kočna Rail Halt (Slovene: Železniško postajališče Kočna), is located in the village. Show Podkočnaon the map
Planina pod GolicoPlanina pod Golico (pronounced [plaˈniːna pɔd ɡɔˈliːtsɔ]) is a mountain village in the Municipality of Jesenice, in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. It lies at an elevation of 954 metres (3,130 ft) in the Karawanks, at the foot of Mount Golica. Show Planina pod Golicoon the map
LipceLipce (pronounced [ˈliːptsɛ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Its name is a contracted plural diminutive of the Slovene word lipa 'linden tree'. Show Lipceon the map
HrušicaHrušica (pronounced [ˈxɾuːʃitsa]) is a settlement 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) west of Jesenice along the main road to Kranjska Gora in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Hrušicaon the map
Plavški RovtPlavški Rovt (pronounced [ˈplaːu̯ʃki ˈɾoːu̯t]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Plavški Rovton the map
PrihodiPrihodi (pronounced [pɾiˈxoːdi]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Prihodion the map
KočnaKočna (pronounced [ˈkoːtʃna]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Kočnaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Jesenice
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JeseniceJesenice (pronounced [jɛsɛˈniːtsɛ] (13px listen); German: Assling) is a Slovenian town and the seat of the Municipality of Jesenice on the southern side of the Karawanks, bordering Austria to the north. Jesenice is known as the Slovenian home of mining and iron making industries, its largest steel company Acroni, and its ice-hockey club, Acroni Jesenice. Historically, Jesenice's ironworks and metallurgy industries were the driving force of the town's development.Show on map
Different buildings in Jesenice
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VintgarThe Vintgar Gorge (Slovene: soteska Vintgar) or Bled Gorge (Blejski vintgar) is a 1.6-kilometer (0.99 mi) gorge in northwestern Slovenia in the municipalities of Gorje and Bled, four kilometers northwest of Bled. Carved by the Radovna River, it is the continuation of the Radovna Valley. The sheer canyon walls are 50 to 100 meters (160 to 330 ft) high, with a total slope measuring about 250 m (820 ft). The stream has created many erosive features such as pools and rapids, and terminates in the picturesque 13 m (43 ft) Šum Falls (literally, 'noisy falls'), the largest river waterfall in Slovenia. As the first mountain gorge in the area to be made accessible to tourists, the word vintgar has been generalized in Slovene to refer to other scenic, protected gorges, e.g. the Iška Gorge (Iški vintShow on map