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Basic information about Jezersko
The Municipality of Jezersko (German: Gemeinde Seeland, Slovene: Občina Jezersko) is a municipality in northern Slovenia. Since 1995, Jezersko was part of Preddvor and became an independent municipality in 1998. Originally located in the historic region of Carinthia, it became part of the Upper Carniola statistical region in 2005. Jezersko is located in the remote Kokra Valley in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, south of the Seeberg Saddle mountain pass and the border with the Austrian state of Carinthia.
Cities, towns & villages in Jezersko
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Spodnje JezerskoSpodnje Jezersko (pronounced [ˈspoːdnjɛ jɛˈzɛːɾskɔ]; literally, 'Lower Jezersko') is a settlement in the Municipality of Jezersko in Slovenia. It is part of the traditional region of Carinthia and the Upper Carniola Statistical Region. On the left bank of the Kokra River, about 2 km south of the settlement, thick layers of travertine are occasionally still mined, particularly for restoration of listed buildings in Upper Carniola, where it was traditionally used as a building material. Show Spodnje Jezerskoon the map
Zgornje JezerskoZgornje Jezersko (pronounced [ˈzɡoːɾnjɛ jɛˈzɛːɾskɔ], literally 'Upper Jezersko'; German: Ober-Seeland) is a settlement and administrative centre of the Municipality of Jezersko in northern Slovenia. It is part of the traditional Slovenian Carinthia region and the Upper Carniola Statistical Region. Show Zgornje Jezerskoon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Jezersko
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JezerskoThe Municipality of Jezersko (German: Gemeinde Seeland, Slovene: Občina Jezersko) is a municipality in northern Slovenia. Since 1995, Jezersko was part of Preddvor and became an independent municipality in 1998. Originally located in the historic region of Carinthia, it became part of the Upper Carniola Statistical Region in 2005. Jezersko is located in the remote Kokra Valley in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, south of the Seeberg Saddle mountain pass and the border with the Austrian state of Carinthia.Show on map