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Basic information about Piran-Pirano
Piran (Italian: Pirano) is a town in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the three major towns of Slovenian Istria. The town has much medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Piran is the administrative centre of the local area and one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions. Until the mid-20th century, Italian was the dominant language, but was replaced by Slovene as demographics shifted.
Cities, towns & villages in Piran-Pirano
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PortorožPortorož (pronounced Italian: Portorose, literally \"Port of Roses\") is an coastal settlement in the Municipality of Piran in southwestern Slovenia. Its modern development began in the late 19th century with the vogue for the first health resorts. In the early 20th century Portorož became one of the grandest seaside resorts in Europe, along with Abbazia, Lido and Grado, then as part of the Austrian Littoral. It is now one of Slovenia's major tourist areas. Located in the centre is the Hotel Palace, once one of the most important resorts for the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, and currently one of the finest hotels between Venice and Dubrovnik. Show Portorožon the map
PiranPiran (pronounced [piˈɾaːn]; Italian: Pirano) is a town in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the three major towns of Slovenian Istria. The town has much medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Piran is the administrative centre of the local area and one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions. Until the mid-20th century, Italian was the dominant language, but was replaced by Slovene as demographics shifted. Show Piranon the map
PadnaPadna (pronounced [ˈpaːdna]) is a village in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It was first mentioned in sources dating to 1186. The local church is dedicated to Saint Blaise. Another small church above the settlement is dedicated to Saint Sabbas. There is also an art gallery in the village with a permanent exhibition of works by the Slovene artist Božidar Jakac, who lived in the village for a while. Show Padnaon the map
DragonjaDragonja (pronounced [dɾaˈɡoːnja]; Italian: Dragogna) is a settlement in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It lies on the right bank of the Dragonja River on the border with Croatia. The nearby Dragonja international border crossing is one of the main crossings from Slovenian into Croatian Istria. Show Dragonjaon the map
LucijaLucija (pronounced [luˈtsiːja]; Italian: Lucia) is a settlement in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. With a population close to 5,800, it is the largest settlement in Slovenia that is not a municipality in its own right. Show Lucijaon the map
Nova Vas nad DragonjoNova Vas nad Dragonjo (pronounced [ˈnɔːʋa ˈʋaːs nad dɾaˈɡoːnjɔ]; Slovene: Nova vas nad Dragonjo) is a village to the northeast above Dragonja in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The local church is dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary. Show Nova Vas nad Dragonjoon the map
ParecagParecag (pronounced [paɾɛˈtsaːk]; Italian: Parezzago) is a settlement next to Sečovlje in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Most of the Sečovlje saltworks lies in the area of Parecag. Show Parecagon the map
SečaSeča (pronounced [ˈseːtʃa]; Italian: Sezza) is a settlement in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Sečaon the map
StrunjanStrunjan (pronounced [stɾuˈnjaːn]; Italian: Strugnano) is a settlement in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Strunjanon the map
SečovljeSečovlje (pronounced Italian: Sicciole) is a settlement in the municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Sečovljeon the map
Sv. PeterSveti Peter (pronounced [ˈsʋeːti ˈpeːtəɾ]; Italian: San Pietro dell'Amata) is a village in the Municipality of Piran in the Littoral region of Slovenia. Show Sv. Peteron the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Piran-Pirano
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PiranPiran (pronounced [piˈɾaːn]; Italian: Pirano) is a town in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the three major towns of Slovenian Istria. The town has much medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Piran is the administrative centre of the local area and one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions. Until the mid-20th century, Italian was the dominant language, but was replaced by Slovene as demographics shifted.Show on map
Different buildings in Piran-Pirano
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Portorož AirportPortorož Airport (Slovene: Aerodrom Portorož) (IATA: POW, ICAO: LJPZ) is the smallest of three international airports in Slovenia. It is located near the village of Sečovlje, 6 km (3.7 mi) south of Portorož, and less than 300 m (980 ft) from the Croatian border. The airport was opened on 27 September 1962. In addition to Portorož, the airport serves a number of other tourist destinations in the region, including Piran, Izola, Koper in Slovenia, Trieste in Italy and Umag in Croatia.Show on map