4. Postojna CavesPostojna Postojna Cave is a 24,340 m long karst cave system near Postojna, southwestern Slovenia. It is the second-longest cave system in the country as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
5. Celje CastleCelje Celje is the third-largest town in Slovenia. It is a regional center of the traditional Slovenian region of Styria and the administrative seat of the City Municipality of Celje . The town of Celje is located below Upper Celje Castle at the confluence of the Savinja, Hudinja, Ložnica, and Voglajna rivers in the lower Savinja Valley, and at the crossing of the roads connecting Ljubljana, Maribor, Velenje, and the Central Sava Valley. It lies 238 m above mean sea level . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. Predjama CastlePostojna Predjama Castle is a Renaissance castle built within a cave mouth in south-central Slovenia, in the historical region of Inner Carniola. It is located in the village of Predjama, approximately 11 kilometres from the town of Postojna and 9 kilometres from Postojna Cave. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
7. Triglav National ParkSlovenia Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia. It was established in its modern form in 1981 and is located in the northwestern part of the country, respectively the southeastern part of the Alpine massif. Mount Triglav, the highest peak of Julian Alps, stands almost in the middle of the national park. From it the valleys spread out radially, supplying water to two large river systems with their sources in the Julian Alps: the Soča and the Sava, flowing to the Adriatic and Black Sea, respectively. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
8. Lake BohinjSlovenia Lake Bohinj , covering 318 hectares , is the largest permanent lake in Slovenia. It is located within the Bohinj Valley of the Julian Alps, in the northwestern Upper Carniola region, and part of Triglav National Park. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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S kolesom po Lipniški dolini
Short 3D-presentation of web themathic path through Lipniška dolina (the Lipnica Valley) near Radovljica, Slovenia. You can explore at: (soon in English, too). Author: Geodetic institute of Slovenia. --------------- Kratka 3D-predstavitev spletne tematske poti po Lipniški dolini pri Radovljici. Pot si lahko ogledate na povezavi: Avtor: Geodetski inštitut Slovenije
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Look Inside Jama Pekel (Hell Cave) in Slovenia
Take a quick peak into the Hell Cave — thought to be the residence of the Devil himself — in Slovenia. Jama Pekel cave is nicknamed the Hell Cave because of the shape of the opening and the streams of steam that pours from the entrance at certain times of the year.
Read about a visit to Jama Pekel, with tips on when to go, how much, and why visit:
The Pekel Jama is a well-known karst cave near the settlement of Zalog pri Šempetrui in Slovenia, and is a series of underground caves right inside the karst rock. The cave is a tad creepy when you wander through the 3-million-year-old chambers, all dimly lit and eerily silent.
Should you visit Pekel Jama cave? Absolutely. It has a fascinating history and a lot to see, too. The cave is so old that they have found the bones of neanderthals inside — proving that it was used for shelter in the earliest days of civilization. Having visited the cave on a week-day, we were, quite literally, the only people there for a visit. Once we paid, the tour guide brought our small group inside and took us on a personalized tour of the caves, answering questions and telling stories and facts, with fun names for some of the more unique formations inside Jama Pekel.