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Basic information about Velika_Polana
Velika Polana ([ˈʋeːlika ˈpoːlana]; Hungarian: Nagypalina, Prekmurje Slovene: Velka Polana, or Völka Polana, German: Teufelslochn) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia. It has been officially designated a \stork village\ (i.e., a settlement with 10 or more storks’ nests). It was also the home of the Slovene writer Miško Kranjec. The house where he was born (which is also the tourist information office) can be visited. The village is surrounded by fenland and fields of sunflowers, pumpkins, and wheat. The best way to explore the area is by cycling or walking the numerous trails. The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Murska Sobota. It was built in 1924.
Cities, towns & villages in Velika Polana
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Velika PolanaVelika Polana (pronounced [ˈʋeːlika ˈpoːlana]; Hungarian: Nagypalina, Prekmurje Slovene: Velka Polana, or Völka Polana, German: Teufelslochn) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia. It has been officially designated a \"stork village\" (i.e., a settlement with 10 or more storks’ nests). It was also the home of the Slovene writer Miško Kranjec. The house where he was born (which is also the tourist information office) can be visited. The village is surrounded by fenland and fields of sunflowers, pumpkins, and wheat. The best way to explore the area is by cycling or walking the numerous trails. Show Velika Polanaon the map
Mala PolanaMala Polana (pronounced [ˈmaːla ˈpoːlana]; Hungarian: Kispalina) is a village northeast of Velika Polana in the Prekmurje region of Slovenia. Show Mala Polanaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Velika Polana
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Velika PolanaVelika Polana (pronounced [ˈʋeːlika ˈpoːlana]; Hungarian: Nagypalina, Prekmurje Slovene: Velka Polana, or Völka Polana, German: Teufelslochn) is a town and a municipality in Slovenia. It has been officially designated a \"stork village\" (i.e., a settlement with 10 or more storks’ nests). It was also the home of the Slovene writer Miško Kranjec. The house where he was born (which is also the tourist information office) can be visited. The village is surrounded by fenland and fields of sunflowers, pumpkins, and wheat. The best way to explore the area is by cycling or walking the numerous trails.Show on map