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Basic information about Kanal
Kanal ([kaˈnaːl] or [kaˈnaːu̯]; Italian: Canale, German: Kanalburg), frequently referred to as Kanal ob Soči (\Kanal on the Soča\; [kaˈnaːl ɔp ˈsoːtʃi] or [kaˈnaːu̯ ɔp ˈsoːtʃi]; Italian: Canale d'Isonzo), is a settlement mostly on the left bank of the Soča River in the Slovene Littoral, the traditional region in southwestern Slovenia. It is an important crossing point over the Soča. At its eastern border, on the left bank of the Soča, runs the Bohinj Railway, the railway track linking the Central Europe and the Mediterranean. The name Kanal comes from the shape of the valley.
Cities, towns & villages in Kanal
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AnhovoAnhovo (pronounced [ˈaːŋxɔʋɔ]; Italian: Salona d'Isonzo, Anicova Corada before 1927) is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is best known for its cement factory, Salonit Anhovo, built in 1921. There is a small railway station on the outskirts of the settlement. Show Anhovoon the map
ZapotokZapotok (pronounced [ˈzaːpɔtɔk]) is a small dispersed settlement in the hills to the east of Anhovo in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia, close to the border with Italy. The local church is dedicated to Saint Gabriel and belongs to the Parish of Marijino Celje. A second church belonging to the same parish on Korada Hill (811 m) above the settlement is dedicated to Saint Gertrude (Genderca in the local dialect). Show Zapotokon the map
LevpaLevpa (pronounced [ˈleːu̯pa]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills to the east of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies on the northwest part of the Banjšice Plateau and is made up of several smaller settlements: Bizjaki, Dolenja Levpa, Gorenja Levpa, Hoje, Mešnjak, Košenija, Robi, Sukavec, Testeni, and Zavrh. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Stephen and belongs to the Diocese of Koper. Show Levpaon the map
AvčeAvče (pronounced [ˈaːu̯tʃɛ], Italian: Auzza) is a settlement on the left bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlets of Dolnji Avšček, Gor(e)nji Avšček, and Langa along Avšček Creek southeast of the main settlement, Nadavče to the west, and Spodnji Log and Vrtače to the north along the railroad. Show Avčeon the map
KambreškoKambreško (pronounced [kamˈbɾeːʃkɔ]) is a settlement in the hills above the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia, next to the border with Italy. The local church in the hamlet of Srednje, which is part of Kambreško, is dedicated to the Holy Trinity and belongs to the parish of Ročinj. Show Kambreškoon the map
AjbaAjba (pronounced [ˈaːi̯ba]) is a small village on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint Peter. A second church, built in the Nekovo area above the main settlement, is dedicated to Saint Vitus. Both belong to the parish of Kanal. Show Ajbaon the map
LigLig (pronounced [ˈliːk]; Italian: Liga di Canale) is a dispersed settlement in the hills northwest of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies on the border with Italy and is made up of the smaller settlements of Lig, Kostanjevica, and Strmec, as well as a few remote farmsteads in the Kanalski Kolovrat range. Show Ligon the map
Kamenca nad LožicamiKamenca nad Ložicami (pronounced [ˈkaːmɛntsa nad ˈloːʒitsami]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2006, the area was part of the settlement of Anhovo. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Kamenca nad Ložicamion the map
Dolenje NekovoDolenje Nekovo (pronounced [dɔˈleːnjɛ ˈneːkɔʋɔ]) is a small uninhabited settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2008, the area was part of the settlement of Ajba. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Dolenje Nekovoon the map
Prilesje pri PlavahPrilesje pri Plavah (pronounced [pɾiˈleːsjɛ pɾi ˈplaːʋax]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Plave. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Prilesje pri Plavahon the map
Gorenje PoljeGorenje Polje (pronounced [ɡɔˈɾeːnjɛ ˈpoːljɛ]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. From 1952 to 2008, the village was part of the settlement of Anhovo. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Michael. It belongs to the Diocese of Koper. Show Gorenje Poljeon the map
KrstenicaKrstenica (pronounced is a small settlement on the right bank of the Soča River between Kanal and Anhovo in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Gorenja Vas. The local church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas and belongs to the parish of Kanal. Show Krstenicaon the map
Gorenje NekovoGorenje Nekovo (pronounced [ɡɔˈɾeːnjɛ ˈneːkɔʋɔ]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2008, the area was part of the settlement of Ajba. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Gorenje Nekovoon the map
Robidni BregRobidni Breg (pronounced [ɾɔˈbiːdni ˈbɾeːk]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Anhovo. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Robidni Bregon the map
ČolnicaČolnica (pronounced [ˈtʃoːlnitsa]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Gorenja Vas. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Čolnicaon the map
GoljevicaGoljevica (pronounced is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Anhovo. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Goljevicaon the map
RavnaRavna (pronounced [ˈɾaːu̯na]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Gorenja Vas. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Ravnaon the map
ZagomilaZagomila (pronounced [zaɡɔˈmiːla]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Plave. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Zagomilaon the map
JesenJesen (pronounced [ˈjeːsɛn]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Gorenja Vas. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Jesenon the map
LožiceLožice (pronounced [ˈloːʒitsɛ]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Anhovo. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Ložiceon the map
MočilaMočila (pronounced [mɔˈtʃiːla]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Anhovo. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Močilaon the map
PaljevoPaljevo (pronounced [ˈpaːljɛʋɔ]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Plave. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Paljevoon the map
PlavePlave (pronounced [ˈplaːʋɛ]; Italian: Plava) is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River southwest of Anhovo in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to John the Baptist and belongs to the Diocese of Koper. Show Plaveon the map
ZagoraZagora (pronounced [zaˈɡɔːɾa]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kanal in western Slovenia. Until 2007, the area was part of the settlement of Plave. The settlement is part of the traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral and is included in the Gorizia Statistical Region. Show Zagoraon the map
DeskleDeskle (pronounced [ˈdeːsklɛ]; Italian: Descla) is a settlement on the left bank of the Soča River, opposite Anhovo, in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint George and belongs to the Diocese of Koper. Show Deskleon the map
DoblarDoblar (pronounced [ˈdoːblaɾ]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The settlement extends along the valley of Doblarec Creek, a tributary of the Soča. Show Doblaron the map
Kal nad KanalomKal nad Kanalom (pronounced [ˈkaːu̯ nat kaˈnaːlɔm]; Italian: Cal di Canale) is a village in the hills east of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies on the southwest part of the Banjšice Plateau. Show Kal nad Kanalomon the map
RočinjRočinj (pronounced [ɾɔˈtʃiːn] or [ˈɾɔːtʃin]; Italian: Ronzina) is a village on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Ročinjon the map
Seniški BregSeniški Breg (pronounced [sɛˈniːʃki ˈbɾeːk]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills above Avče in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Seniški Bregon the map
BodrežBodrež (pronounced [ˈboːdɾɛʃ]) is a small settlement on the left bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Bodrežon the map
Gorenja VasGorenja Vas (pronounced [ɡɔˈɾeːnja ˈʋaːs]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River opposite Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Gorenja Vason the map
Kanalski VrhKanalski Vrh (pronounced [kaˈnaːlski ˈʋəɾx] or [kaˈnaːu̯ski ˈʋəɾx]) is a village in the hills above Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Kanalski Vrhon the map
UkanjeUkanje (pronounced [ˈuːkanjɛ]) is a settlement in the hills to the east of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia on the border with Italy. Show Ukanjeon the map
MorskoMorsko (pronounced [mɔɾˈskoː]) is a settlement on the left bank of the Soča River, south of Kanal in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Morskoon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kanal
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KanalKanal (pronounced [kaˈnaːl] or [kaˈnaːu̯]; Italian: Canale, German: Kanalburg), frequently referred to as Kanal ob Soči (\"Kanal on the Soča\"; pronounced [kaˈnaːl ɔp ˈsoːtʃi] or [kaˈnaːu̯ ɔp ˈsoːtʃi]; Italian: Canale d'Isonzo), is a settlement mostly on the left bank of the Soča River in the Slovene Littoral, the traditional region in southwestern Slovenia. It is an important crossing point over the Soča. At its eastern border, on the left bank of the Soča, runs the Bohinj Railway, the railway track linking the Central Europe and the Mediterranean. The name Kanal comes from the shape of the valley.Show on map