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Basic information about Kobarid
The Municipality of Kobarid ([kɔbaˈɾiːt]; Slovene: Občina Kobarid) is a municipality in the Upper Soča Valley in western Slovenia, near the Italian border. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kobarid. The municipality was established on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Tolmin was subdivided into the municipalities of Bovec, Kobarid, and Tolmin.
Cities, towns & villages in Kobarid
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LibušnjeLibušnje (pronounced [liˈbuːʃnjɛ]; Italian: Libussina) is a small village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church, dedicated to the Holy Spirit, was originally built in 1753, and rebuilt in the second half of the 19th century. Its ceiling was painted by Ivan Grohar. Another local church is built on a small hill outside the village and is dedicated to Saint Lawrence. It is a Baroque church from the mid-18th century. The Slovene poet Simon Gregorčič is buried in the adjacent cemetery. Show Libušnjeon the map
KobaridKobarid (pronounced [kɔbaˈɾiːt]; Italian: Caporetto, Friulian: Cjaurêt, German: Karfreit) is a settlement in Slovenia, the administrative centre of the Municipality of Kobarid. Kobarid is known for the 1917 Battle of Caporetto, where the Italian retreat was documented by Ernest Hemingway in his novel A Farewell to Arms. The battle is well documented in the museum in the centre of Kobarid. The museum won a Council of Europe award in 1993. Show Kobaridon the map
KosečKoseč (pronounced [kɔˈsɛtʃ]; Italian: Cossis) is a small settlement above Drežnica in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. A small church in the settlement dedicated to Saint Justus dates to the second half of the 14th century, making it one of the oldest surviving churches in the Soča area. It is built of travertine and its interior is covered in frescos from the late 15th century. Show Kosečon the map
Drežniške RavneDrežniške Ravne (pronounced [ˈdɾeːʒniʃkɛ ˈɾaːu̯nɛ]; Italian: Raune di Dersenza) is a settlement in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint Matthew and dates to 1511. The church itself with some of its furnishings was damaged in an earthquake in 1998, but this also revealed traces of late Gothic frescos on the walls. Show Drežniške Ravneon the map
LivekLivek (pronounced [ˈliːvək]; Italian: Luico) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is located on the border with Italy, under Mount Matajur and the Kolovrat mountain range, which separates the Italian region of Friuli from the Upper Soča Valley. The parish church in the center of the village is dedicated to Saint James. Show Livekon the map
DrežnicaDrežnica (pronounced [ˈdɾeːʒnitsa]; Italian: Dresenza) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is located above the Soča River on a small plateau under Mount Krn. Together with the neighboring settlements of Koseč, Drežniške Ravne, Jezerca, and Magozd, it has around 565 inhabitants. Show Drežnicaon the map
IdrskoIdrsko (pronounced [ˈiːdəɾskɔ]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Saint Thomas and was built in 1765. The belfry was added in 1861. There was extensive damage to the village in the 1976 Friuli earthquake. Show Idrskoon the map
VrsnoVrsno (pronounced [ˈʋəɾsnɔ]; Italian: Ursina) is a small village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is best known as the birthplace of the poet Simon Gregorčič. Since 1966, Gregorčič's home has housed a small ethnographic museum with some exhibits from the poet's life. Show Vrsnoon the map
Staro SeloStaro Selo (pronounced [ˈstaːɾɔ ˈsɛːlɔ]; Slovene: Staro selo) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Staro Seloon the map
SvinoSvino (pronounced [ˈsʋiːnɔ]) is a small village near Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia.The church in the village is dedicated to Saint Andrew. It is a small Gothic building with a star vaulted sanctuary. Show Svinoon the map
PodbelaPodbela (pronounced [pɔdˈbeːla]; Italian: Sant'Elena al Natisone, before 1927 Podibela) is a small village on the left bank of the Nadiža River in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Podbelaon the map
SedloSedlo (pronounced [ˈsɛːdlɔ] or [sɛˈdlɔ]; Italian: Sedula) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to the Holy Cross. Show Sedloon the map
BorjanaBorjana (pronounced [bɔˈɾjaːna]) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Borjanaon the map
Trnovo ob SočiTrnovo ob Soči (pronounced [təɾˈnɔːʋɔ ɔp ˈsoːtʃi] or [təɾˈnoːʋɔ ɔp ˈsoːtʃi]) is a village on the right bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Trnovo ob Sočion the map
KredKred (pronounced [ˈkɾeːt]) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The parish church in the centre of the village is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. Show Kredon the map
LogjeLogje (pronounced [lɔɡˈjeː]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlets of Brežani, Vrhovci, Rosi, and Končanjani. Show Logjeon the map
BreginjBreginj (pronounced [bɾɛˈɡiːn]; locally Brgin and Bәrgin, Italian: Bergogna, Friulian: Bergogne) is a village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Breginjon the map
RobičRobič (pronounced [ˈɾoːbitʃ]) is a settlement below Mount Matajur on the left bank of the Nadiža River in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Robičon the map
RobidiščeRobidišče (pronounced is Slovenia's westernmost settlement. It is located in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region on the border with Italy. Show Robidiščeon the map
JevščekJevšček (pronounced is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia, right on the border with Italy. Show Jevščekon the map
StanoviščeStanovišče (pronounced Italian: Stanovischis) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Stanoviščeon the map
KrnKrn (pronounced [ˈkəɾn]) is a small village below Mount Krn in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia (northwestern Slovenia). Show Krnon the map
MlinskoMlinsko (pronounced [ˈmliːnskɔ]) is a small settlement on the right bank of the Soča River just outside Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Mlinskoon the map
Livške RavneLivške Ravne (pronounced [ˈliːu̯ʃkɛ ˈɾaːu̯nɛ]) is a small settlement above Livek in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Livške Ravneon the map
AvsaAvsa (pronounced [ˈaːu̯sa]) is a small village in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia, close to the border with Italy. Show Avsaon the map
PotokiPotoki (pronounced [pɔˈtoːki]) is a small village in the Upper Nadiža Valley in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Potokion the map
SmastSmast (pronounced [ˈsmaːst]) is a village on the left bank of the Soča River in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Smaston the map
JezercaJezerca (pronounced [jɛˈzeːɾtsa]; Italian: Geserza) is a small settlement above the town of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Jezercaon the map
MagozdMagozd (pronounced [ˈmaːɡɔst]; Italian: Magosti) is a settlement in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Magozdon the map
PeratiPerati (pronounced [ˈpeːɾati]) is a small settlement near Livek in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Peration the map
LadraLadra (pronounced [ˈlaːdɾa]) is a village on the left bank of the Soča River near Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Ladraon the map
HomecHomec (pronounced [ˈxoːməts]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Homecon the map
SužidSužid (pronounced [suˈʒiːt]) is a village near Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Sužidon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kobarid
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Občina KobaridThe Municipality of Kobarid (pronounced [kɔbaˈɾiːt]; Slovene: Občina Kobarid) is a municipality in the Upper Soča Valley in western Slovenia, near the Italian border. The seat of the municipality is the town of Kobarid. The municipality was established on 3 October 1994, when the former larger Municipality of Tolmin was subdivided into the municipalities of Bovec, Kobarid, and Tolmin.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Kobarid
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KrnKrn (pronounced [ˈkəɾn]; Italian: Monte Nero; 2,244 metres or 7,362 feet) is a mountain of the southwestern Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia. The mountain is located about 50 kilometres (31 mi) from the Adriatic Sea. The Soča River flows west of the peak, and the smaller Lepenjica River northeast and the Tolminka River southwest of it. Krn has a mighty western wall, which can be best seen from Kobarid or Drežnica.Show on map
MatajurMatajur (pronounced [mataˈjuːɾ]) is a 1642 m mountain in the Julian Alps on the border between Italy and Slovenia. It is located on the border between the Soča Valley and the Italian mountainous region known as Venetian Slovenia, with views over the Adriatic Sea. Its prominence is 1385 m.Show on map