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Basic information about Trzin
Trzin ([təɾˈzin] or [təɾˈziːn]; German: Tersain) is the only settlement in the Municipality of Trzin. It is located in the eastern part of the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Trzin has a population of 3,664. Its elevation is 299 metres (981 ft) above sea level. The municipality, which borders Mengeš, Domžale, and the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, is divided into three parts: the old quarter, Mlake (the new quarter), and the trade-industrial zone. Until 1998, Trzin was part of the Municipality of Domžale. The oldest part of the town is located between Onger Hill to the west and the Mengeš Basin (Slovene: Mengeško polje) to the east. Trzin's elementary school, town hall, library, fire station, and the 14th-century St. Florian's Church, as well as a number of farms, are all in this part of the town. Mlake, which is located on the west side of Onger Hill, has banks, a preschool, a leisure centre, and several pubs. It was built on a former swamp. The trade and industrial zone is the newest part of Trzin, built in 1985. The Slovene politician and journalist Ivan Hribar was born in Trzin.
Cities, towns & villages in Trzin
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TrzinTrzin (pronounced [təɾˈzin] or [təɾˈziːn]; German: Tersain) is the only settlement in the Municipality of Trzin. It is located in the eastern part of the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Trzin has a population of 3,664. Its elevation is 299 metres (981 ft) above sea level. The municipality, which borders Mengeš, Domžale, and the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, is divided into three parts: the old quarter, Mlake (the new quarter), and the trade-industrial zone. Until 1998, Trzin was part of the Municipality of Domžale. The oldest part of the town is located between Onger Hill to the west and the Mengeš Basin (Slovene: Mengeško polje) to the east. Trzin's elementary school, town hall, library, fire station, and the 14th-century St. Florian's Church, as well as a number of farms, are all in Show Trzinon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Trzin
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TrzinTrzin (pronounced [təɾˈzin] or [təɾˈziːn]; German: Tersain) is the only settlement in the Municipality of Trzin. It is located in the eastern part of the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Trzin has a population of 3,664. Its elevation is 299 metres (981 ft) above sea level. The municipality, which borders Mengeš, Domžale, and the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, is divided into three parts: the old quarter, Mlake (the new quarter), and the trade-industrial zone. Until 1998, Trzin was part of the Municipality of Domžale. The oldest part of the town is located between Onger Hill to the west and the Mengeš Basin (Slovene: Mengeško polje) to the east. Trzin's elementary school, town hall, library, fire station, and the 14th-century St. Florian's Church, as well as a number of farms, are all inShow on map
Črnuče DistrictThe Črnuče District (pronounced Slovene: Četrtna skupnost Črnuče), or simply Črnuče, is a district (mestna četrt) of the City Municipality of Ljubljana in the northern part of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is named after the former town of Črnuče.Show on map