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Murska Sobota (About this sound [ˈmúːɾska ˈsóːbɔta] , Slovene abbreviation: MS [məˈsə̀]; German: Olsnitz; Hungarian: Muraszombat) is a city in northeastern Slovenia. It is the centre of the City Municipality of Murska Sobota near the Mura River in the region of Prekmurje and is the regional capital.
Cities, towns & villages in Murska Sobota
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RakičanRakičan (pronounced [ɾaˈkiːtʃan]; Hungarian: Battyánfalva) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. There is a Baroque mansion known as Rakičan Castle west of the main settlement. It stands in a large park and was originally a 17th-century castle with defences that was remodelled in the 18th century. Show Rakičanon the map
Murska SobotaMurska Sobota (, Slovene abbreviation: MS [məˈsə̀]; German: Olsnitz; Hungarian: Muraszombat) is a city in northeastern Slovenia. It is the centre of the City Municipality of Murska Sobota near the Mura River in the region of Prekmurje and is the regional capital. Show Murska Sobotaon the map
KupšinciKupšinci (pronounced [kuˈpʃiːntsi]; Hungarian: Murahalmos) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of northeastern Slovenia. There is a Lutheran chapel in the settlement. It was built in the early 20th century in a Neo-Romanesque style with a three-storey belfry. Show Kupšincion the map
KrogKrog (pronounced [ˈkɾoːk]; Hungarian: Korong, Prekmurje Slovene: Kroug) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of northeastern Slovenia. There is a small chapel in the settlement. It was built in 1849 and is dedicated to Saint Florian. Show Krogon the map
ČernelavciČernelavci (pronounced Hungarian: Kisszombat) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of northeastern Slovenia. The writer György Czipott was born here. Show Černelavcion the map
VeščicaVeščica or Veščica pri Murski Soboti (pronounced [ʋɛˈʃtʃiːtsa pɾi ˈmuːɾski ˈsoːbɔti]; Hungarian: Falud) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Veščicaon the map
BakovciBakovci (pronounced [ˈbaːkɔu̯tsi]; Hungarian: Barkócz) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region in northeastern Slovenia. Show Bakovcion the map
MarkišavciMarkišavci (pronounced Hungarian: Márkusháza) is a village immediately north of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Markišavcion the map
PolanaPolana (pronounced [ˈpoːlana]; Hungarian: Vaspolony) is a village in the Municipality of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Polanaon the map
NemčavciNemčavci (pronounced Hungarian: Lendvanemesd) is a village north of Murska Sobota in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Nemčavcion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Murska Sobota
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Murska SobotaMurska Sobota (, Slovene abbreviation: MS [məˈsə̀]; German: Olsnitz; Hungarian: Muraszombat) is a city in northeastern Slovenia. It is the centre of the City Municipality of Murska Sobota near the Mura River in the region of Prekmurje and is the regional capital.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Murska Sobota
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PrekmurjePrekmurje (Slovene pronunciation: [prɛkˈmúːrjɛ] (13px listen); dialectically: Prèkmürsko or Prèkmüre; Hungarian: Muravidék) is a geographically, linguistically, culturally and ethnically defined region settled by Slovenes and lying between the Mur River in Slovenia and the Rába Valley (the watershed of the Rába) (Slovene: Porabje) in the most western part of Hungary. It maintains certain specific linguistic, cultural and religious features that differentiate it from other Slovenian traditional regions.Show on map