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Basic information about Ljutomer
The Municipality of Ljutomer (Slovene: Občina Ljutomer) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia, some 40 km east of Maribor. Traditionally it was part of the region of Styria. It is now included in the Mura statistical region. Its largest settlement and the administrative center is Ljutomer. The Ljutomer area was the birthplace of the ethnologist and Romantic poet Stanko Vraz (1810–1851), linguist Franc Miklošič (1813–1891), pioneer of film making Karol Grossmann (1864–1929), and painter Ante Trstenjak (1894–1970).
Cities, towns & villages in Ljutomer
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PodgradjePodgradje (pronounced [ˈpoːdɡɾadjɛ]) is a settlement immediately south of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Podgradjeon the map
JeruzalemJeruzalem (pronounced [jɛˈɾuːzalɛm]) is a small settlement in the eastern part of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Jeruzalemon the map
RadomerščakRadomerščak (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The Slovene philologist Franc Miklošič was born in the village in 1813. His birth house is preserved as a museum. It dates to the 17th century and was expanded in 1926 when a commemorative plaque was also unveiled. It was restored in 1960 and again in 1991. The chapel-shrine in the north of the settlement was built in the late 19th century. Show Radomerščakon the map
HermanciHermanci (pronounced [ˈxɛːɾmantsi]) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Ormož in northeastern Slovenia, on the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. There is an 18th-century Baroque mansion in the settlement known as Temnar Mansion. It was built on the site of an older mansion, first mentioned as an estate in written documents dating to the 13th century. It is located on a hill amid vineyards and also has a small museum of viticulture. Show Hermancion the map
KrapjeKrapje (pronounced [ˈkɾaːpjɛ]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Mura River in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. It is divided into two distinct hamlets, Zgornje Krapje and Spodnje Krapje (literally, 'upper and lower Krapje'). The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. There are two chapels in the settlement, one in Zgornje Krapje and one in Spodnje Krapje. Both are Neo-Gothic chapels, built in the late 19th century. Show Krapjeon the map
CezanjevciCezanjevci (pronounced is a village on the right bank of the Ščavnica River in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Saint Roch and Saint Sebastian and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Murska Sobota. It is a single-nave building built in 1675. The belfry was added in 1679. Show Cezanjevcion the map
DrakovciDrakovci (pronounced is a settlement in the eastern Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Karel Grossmann, a pioneering Slovene filmmaker, was born in the village in 1864. The house in which he was born still stands and a commemorative plaque was unveiled on it in 1988. Show Drakovcion the map
DesnjakDesnjak (pronounced [ˈdeːsnjak]) is a settlement in the eastern Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. There is a small chapel-shrine in the settlement is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It belongs to the Parish of Cezanjevci. It was built in 1889 and renovated in 1994. Show Desnjakon the map
ŽerovinciŽerovinci (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ormož in northeastern Slovenia. It lies on the main road from Ormož to Ljutomer, and the railway line from Maribor to Murska Sobota runs through the settlement. The area traditionally belonged to the region of Styria. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region. There is a small chapel with a belfry in the settlement. It was built in the early 20th century. Show Žerovincion the map
GresovščakGresovščak (pronounced is a small dispersed settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. There is a small Neo-Gothic chapel-shrine in the settlement. It was built in last quarter of the 19th century. Show Gresovščakon the map
GodemarciGodemarci (pronounced is a settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. There is a small chapel-shrine in the settlement. It was built in the second half of the 19th century. Show Godemarcion the map
LjutomerLjutomer (pronounced [ˈljuːtɔmɛɾ]; German: Luttenberg in der Steiermark) is a town in northeastern Slovenia, some 40 km east of Maribor. It is the seat of the Municipality of Ljutomer. Traditionally it was part of the region of Styria. It is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The economy of Ljutomer is largely based on grape farming and wine making. Show Ljutomeron the map
Mala NedeljaMala Nedelja (pronounced [ˈmaːla ˈnɛːdɛlja]; in older sources also Mala Nedela, German: Kleinsonntag) is a small settlement in the eastern part of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Mala Nedeljaon the map
Stara CestaStara Cesta (pronounced [ˈstaːɾa ˈtseːsta]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel in the centre of the village was built in the late 19th century. It is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Show Stara Cestaon the map
GrlavaGrlava (pronounced [ˈɡəɾlaʋa]; formerly also: Grlova, German: Gerlova) is a small village in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area belongs to the traditional Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. There is a small Neo-Gothic chapel in the settlement. It was built in 1912 and renovated in 1994. Show Grlavaon the map
PrecetinciPrecetinci (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel is dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary and was built between 1854 and 1856. The belfry was added in 1939. Show Precetincion the map
PristavaPristava (pronounced [ˈpɾiːstaʋa]) is a settlement on the left bank of the Ščavnica River in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel in the centre of the village was built in 1888 and renovated in 1999. Show Pristavaon the map
MotaMota (pronounced [ˈmoːta]) is a settlement on the right bank of the Mura River in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel-shrine in the centre of the village was built in 1861 and restored in 1987. Show Motaon the map
Moravci v Slov. GoricahMoravci v Slovenskih Goricah (pronounced [mɔˈɾaːu̯tsi ʍ slɔˈʋeːnskiɣ ɡɔˈɾiːtsax]; Slovene: Moravci v Slovenskih goricah) is a settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovenske gorice) southwest of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Moravci v Slov. Goricahon the map
VogričevciVogričevci (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel in the centre of the settlement was built in the Neo-Gothic style in the late 19th century. Show Vogričevcion the map
PresikaPresika (pronounced [ˈpɾeːsika]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia, right on the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel was built in memory of soldiers that died in the First World War. Show Presikaon the map
RadoslavciRadoslavci (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel in the southern part of the settlement was built in the late 19th century. Show Radoslavcion the map
KrištanciKrištanci (pronounced [ˈkɾiːʃtantsi]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The local chapel is a Neo-Gothic building, built in 1904 and renovated in 1997. Show Krištancion the map
BabinciBabinci (pronounced [ˈbaːbintsi]) is a village in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. There is a small chapel in the centre of the village. It was built in the late 19th century. Show Babincion the map
Stročja VasStročja Vas (pronounced [ˈstɾoːtʃja ˈʋaːs]; Slovene: Stročja vas, in older sources also Stročja Ves, German: Schützendorf) is a village in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Stročja Vason the map
IlovciIlovci (pronounced [ˈiːlɔu̯tsi]) is a small dispersed settlement in the eastern part of the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Ilovcion the map
Nunska GrabaNunska Graba (pronounced [ˈnuːnska ˈɡɾaːba]; German: Schützenberg) is a settlement in the hills southeast of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia, close to the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Nunska Grabaon the map
SlamnjakSlamnjak (pronounced [ˈslaːmnjak]) is a small settlement in the hills south of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. The painter Ante Trstenjak was born in the village in 1894. Show Slamnjakon the map
PlešivicaPlešivica (pronounced is a small settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Plešivicaon the map
CuberCuber (pronounced [ˈtsuːbəɾ]) is a small settlement in the eastern Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Cuberon the map
BodislavciBodislavci (pronounced is a settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Bodislavcion the map
VidanovciVidanovci (pronounced is a small settlement in the Slovene Hills (Slovene: Slovenske gorice) west of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Vidanovcion the map
Železne DveriŽelezne Dveri (pronounced [ʒɛˈleːznɛ ˈdʋɛːɾi] or [ʒɛˈleːznɛ ˈdʋeːɾi]) is a settlement in the hills south of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Železne Dverion the map
Spodnji KamenščakSpodnji Kamenščak (pronounced [ˈspoːdnji ˈkaːmɛnʃtʃak]) is a settlement in the hills southwest of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Spodnji Kamenščakon the map
Zgornji KamenščakZgornji Kamenščak (pronounced [ˈzɡoːɾnji ˈkaːmɛnʃtʃak]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Zgornji Kamenščakon the map
Noršinci pri LjutomeruNoršinci pri Ljutomeru (pronounced [ˈnoːɾʃintsi pɾi ˈljuːtɔmɛɾu]) is a settlement northwest of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Noršinci pri Ljutomeruon the map
Rinčetova GrabaRinčetova Graba (pronounced ˈɡɾaːba]) is a settlement in the hills southeast of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Rinčetova Grabaon the map
MekotnjakMekotnjak (pronounced [mɛkɔtˈnjaːk]) is a small settlement in the hills southwest of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Mekotnjakon the map
SitarovciSitarovci (pronounced is a small settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Sitarovcion the map
BučkovciBučkovci (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Bučkovcion the map
RadomerjeRadomerje (pronounced is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Radomerjeon the map
KuršinciKuršinci (pronounced [ˈkuːɾʃintsi]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Kuršincion the map
ŠalinciŠalinci (pronounced [ˈʃaːlintsi]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Ljutomer in northeastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Šalincion the map
CvenCven (pronounced [ˈtsʋeːn]) is a village in the Municipality of Ljutomer in eastern Slovenia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region and is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Show Cvenon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Ljutomer
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LjutomerThe Municipality of Ljutomer (Slovene: Občina Ljutomer) is a municipality in northeastern Slovenia, some 40 kilometers (25 mi) east of Maribor. Traditionally it was part of the region of Styria. It is now included in the Mura Statistical Region. Its largest settlement and the administrative center is Ljutomer. The municipality includes Ljutomer Ponds–Jeruzalem Hills Nature Park (Slovene: Krajinski park Ljutomerski ribniki – Jeruzalemske gorice), which covers 1,346 hectares (3,330 acres).Show on map