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Basic information about Solcava
Solčava ([sɔlˈtʃaːʋa]; German: Sulzbach) is a village in the Upper Savinja Valley in northern Slovenia close to the Austrian border. It is the largest settlement and the seat of the Municipality of Solčava. Traditionally it belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.
Cities, towns & villages in Solcava
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Robanov KotRobanov Kot (pronounced [ɾɔˈbaːnɔu̯ ˈkoːt]) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Solčava in northern Slovenia. Traditionally the area belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. Hamlets and farmsteads in the settlement include Gašpirc, Haudej, Opresnik, Račnik, Roban, Rogovilc, Suhadolnik, and Tolstovršnik. Show Robanov Koton the map
SolčavaSolčava (pronounced [sɔlˈtʃaːʋa]; German: Sulzbach) is a village in the Upper Savinja Valley in northern Slovenia close to the Austrian border. It is the largest settlement and the seat of the Municipality of Solčava. Traditionally it belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. Show Solčavaon the map
PodolševaPodolševa (pronounced or formerly Sveti Duh, German: Heiligengeist) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Solčava in northern Slovenia. Traditionally the area belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region. Show Podolševaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Solcava
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Občina SolčavaSolčava (pronounced [sɔlˈtʃaːʋa]; German: Sulzbach) is a village in the Upper Savinja Valley in northern Slovenia close to the Austrian border. It is the largest settlement and the seat of the Municipality of Solčava. Traditionally it belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Solcava
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Mrzla GoraCold Mountain (Slovene: Mrzla gora) is a 2,203-meter (7,228 ft) mountain in the Kamnik Alps. Cold Mountain rises over three valleys: the Logar Valley, the Matk Combe (Slovene: Matkov kot), and the Vellach Combe (German: Vellacher Kotschna, Slovene: Belska kočna). It is rarely visited because it is relatively difficult to ascend with many exposed areas. The border with Austria runs along the northern and western side, and until 1967 it was difficult to access because of political problems. Its first climbers had problems scaling it. In 1876, Robert von Lendenfeld and a guide named Matijevec from Luče reached the western peak and they descended, thinking they had reached the highest peak. In 1877, Karl Blodig (the first to climb every peak over 4,000 meters or 13,000 feet in Europe) tried twShow on map
OlševaMount Olševa (pronounced [ˈoːu̯ʃɛʋa]; German Ouschewa) is a ridge mountain in the eastern part of the Karawanks near the border with Austria. The mountain separates Carinthia from Styria. Its highest point, Govca, is 1,929 meters (6,329 ft) high. Other peaks along the 5-kilometer (3.1 mi) ridge are Obel kamen on the western side, and Smooth Peak (Gladki vrh) and Pretty Peak (Lepi vrh) on the eastern part. About 200 meters (660 ft) below Obel kamen lies Potok Cave (Slovene: Potočka zijalka), an archaeological site from the Stone Age.Show on map
Logarska DolinaThe Logar Valley (Slovene: Logarska dolina, Logarjeva dolina) is a valley in the Kamnik Alps, in the Municipality of Solčava, Slovenia. The Slovene name for the valley is of relatively recent coinage and is derived from the Logar Farm, which in turn is derived from log (literally, 'swampy meadow'). In 1987, the valley received protected status as a landscape park encompassing 24.75 square kilometres (9.56 sq mi).Show on map
PlanjavaPlanjava (2,394 m) is the highest mountain of the eastern Kamnik Alps in northern Slovenia. On the western side there is a steep wall over the Kamniško sedlo pass, on the eastern side runs a long ridge and on the northern side there is an almost 1,000 meters high wall above Logarska dolina.Show on map
RaduhaRaduha (pronounced [ˈɾaːduxa]) is a mountain in the eastern part of Kamnik–Savinja Alps in northern Slovenia.Show on map