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Municipality Of Cerkno
The Municipality
Municipality
of Cerkno
Cerkno
(pronounced [ˈtseːɾknɔ]; Slovene: Občina Cerkno) is a municipality in the Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] The seat of the municipality is the town of Cerkno. The municipality has around 5,000 people. History[edit] Historically, the Cerkno
Cerkno
Hills belonged to Tolmin
Tolmin
County. In the 16th century, the area came under Habsburg
Habsburg
rule, and was included in the County of Gorizia and Gradisca. After the end of World War I, the area was occupied by the Italian Army, and then officially annexed to Italy in 1920. Between 1920 and 1943, it was part of the administrative region known as the Julian March
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Municipalities Of Slovenia
Slovenia
Slovenia
is divided into 212 municipalities (občine, singular – občina), of which 11 have urban status. Municipalities are further divided into local communities and districts. Slovene is an official language of all the municipalities. Hungarian is a second official language of 3 municipalities in Prekmurje: Dobrovnik/Dobronak, Hodoš/Hodos and Lendava/Lendva. Italian is a second official language of 4 municipalities (of which one has urban status) in the Slovene Littoral: Ankaran/Ancarano, Izola/Isola, Koper/Capodistria and Piran/Pirano. In the EU statistics the municipalities of Slovenia
Slovenia
are classified as "local administrative unit 2" (LAU 2), below 58 Administrative units (upravne enote) which are LAU 1.Contents1 English names 2 List of Slovenian municipalities 3 City municipalities 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksEnglish names[edit] The Slovene names have the word "Občina" in front, e.g
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Laznica, Cerkno
Laznica (pronounced [ˈlaːznitsa]) is a small settlement in the hills north of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] History[edit] Laznica was part of Poče until 1996, when it was separated and made an independent settlement.[3] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal site ^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia: LaznicaExternal links[edit]Laznica at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem Reka Šebrelje Straža Travnik Trebenče Zakojca ZakrižFormerGornje Ravne Hobovše pri Novi Oselici Kojca Novine Spodnje Ravne Tičje Brdo ŽelinNotable peopleFrance Bevk Ja
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Čeplez
Čeplez (pronounced [ˈtʃeːplɛs]) is a small settlement in the hills east of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal siteExternal links[edit]Čeplez at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem Reka Šebrelje Straža Travnik Trebenče Zakojca ZakrižFormerGornje Ravne Hobovše pri Novi Oselici Kojca Novine Spodnje Ravne Tičje Brdo ŽelinNotable peopleFrance Bevk Janez Podobnik Frančišek Borgia SedejLandmarksFranja Partisan Hospital Idrijca River Mount KojcaThis article about the Municipality of Cerkno in Slove
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Cerkljanski Vrh
Cerkljanski Vrh (pronounced [tsɛɾˈkljaːnski ˈʋəɾx]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills south of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] It includes the hamlets of Krog, Zakrog, Hobovše (German: Hobousche bei Neuoßlitz[3]), and Lajše.[4] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal site ^ Leksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru, vol. 6: Kranjsko. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr. Dvorna in Državna Tiskarna, p. 58. ^ Savnik, Roman, ed. 1968. Krajevni leksikon Slovenije, vol. 1. Ljubljana: Državna založba Slovenije, p
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Dolenji Novaki
Dolenji Novaki (pronounced [dɔˈleːnji nɔˈʋaːki]) is a village in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] Franja Partisan Hospital is located in a valley north of the settlement. Church[edit]Saint Thomas's ChurchThe parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint Thomas and belongs to the Koper Diocese.[3] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal site ^ Koper Diocese list of churches Archived March 6, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.External links[edit] Media related to Dolenji Novaki at Wikimedia Commons Dolenji Novaki at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem
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Gorenji Novaki
Gorenji Novaki
Gorenji Novaki
(pronounced [ɡɔˈɾeːnji nɔˈʋaːki]; Italian: Novacchi) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Cerkno
Cerkno
in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] Most of the ski slopes of the
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Gorje, Cerkno
Gorje (pronounced [ˈɡɔːɾjɛ]) is a settlement in the hills north of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal siteExternal links[edit] Media related to Gorje, Cerkno at Wikimedia Commons Gorje at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem Reka Šebrelje Straža Travnik Trebenče Zakojca ZakrižFormerGornje Ravne Hobovše pri Novi Oselici Kojca Novine Spodnje Ravne Tičje Brdo ŽelinNotable peopleFrance Bevk Janez Podobnik Frančišek Borgia SedejLandmarksFranja Partisan Hospital Idrijca River Mount KojcaThis artic
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Jagršče
Jagršče (pronounced [ˈjaːɡəɾʃtʃɛ]) is a settlement in the hills above the Idrijca Valley in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint Ursula and belongs to the Koper Diocese.[3] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal site ^ Koper Diocese list of churches Archived 2009-03-06 at the Wayback Machine.External links[edit]Jagršče at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem Reka Šebrelje Straža Travnik Trebenče Zakojca ZakrižFormerGornje Ravne Hobovše pri Novi Oselici Kojca Novine Spodnje Ravne Tičje Brdo
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Jazne
Jazne (pronounced [ˈjaːznɛ]) is a settlement in the hills above the Idrijca Valley in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] The local church is dedicated to Saint Nicholas and belongs to the Parish of Otalež.[3] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal site ^ Koper Diocese list of churches Archived 2009-03-06 at the Wayback Machine.External links[edit]Jazne at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem Reka Šebrelje Straža Travnik Trebenče Zakojca ZakrižFormerGornje Ravne Hobovše pri Novi Oselici Kojca Novine Spodnje Ravne Tičje Brdo ŽelinNotable peopl
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Jesenica, Cerkno
Jesenica (pronounced [jɛsɛˈniːtsa]) is a settlement below Mount Kojca northwest of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno municipal siteExternal links[edit]Jesenica at Geopediav t eMunicipality of CerknoSettlementsAdministrative centre: CerknoCurrentBukovo Čeplez Cerkljanski Vrh Dolenji Novaki Gorenji Novaki Gorje Jagršče Jazne Jesenica Labinje Lazec Laznica Orehek Otalež Planina pri Cerknem Plužnje Poče Podlanišče Podpleče Police Poljane Ravne pri Cerknem Reka Šebrelje Straža Travnik Trebenče Zakojca ZakrižFormerGornje Ravne Hobovše pri Novi Oselici Kojca Novine Spodnje Ravne Tičje Brdo ŽelinNotable peopleFrance Bevk Janez Podobnik Frančišek Borgia SedejLandmarksFranja Partisan Hospital Idrijca River Mount KojcaThis article about the Municipality of Cerkno
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Labinje
Labinje
Labinje
(pronounced [ˈlaːbinjɛ]) is a village northeast of Cerkno
Cerkno
in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] The local church is dedicated to the Holy Spirit
Holy Spirit
and belongs to the Parish
Parish
of Cerkno.[3] It was built in 1723 by the builder Matija Maček (c. 1657–1737) from the Poljane Valley.[4] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Cerkno
Cerkno
municipal site ^ Koper Diocese list of churches Archived 2009-03-06 at the Wayback Machine. ^ Resman, Blaž (2003). "Mački"
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Lazec, Cerkno
Lazec (pronounced [ˈlaːzəts]) is a village above the right bank of the Idrijca River in the Municipality of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[3] The local church is dedicated to Saint George and belongs to the Parish of Otalež.[4] References[edit]^ "Population, settlements, Slovenia, Census 2002". Republic of Slovenia Statistical Office RS. Retrieved 17 March 2017. [permanent dead link] ^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ "Občina Cerkno" (in Slovenian)
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Orehek, Cerkno
Orehek (pronounced [ɔˈɾeːxək]) is a dispersed settlement below Mount Kojca west of Cerkno in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia.[2]Contents1 Geography 2 Name 3 History 4 Church 5 References 6 External linksGeography[edit]The hamlet of NemciIn addition to the village center, Orehek contains the hamlets and isolated farmsteads of Gradež, Nemci, Zabrežnica, Mlinar, Abram, and Androjne. Orehek lies on a slope below Mount Kojca and Jesenica Creek flows through the village
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Federal People's Republic Of Yugoslavia
The Socialist Federal Republic
Republic
of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
(SFR Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
or SFRY) was the Yugoslav state
Yugoslav state
in southeastern Europe that existed from its foundation in the aftermath of World War II
World War II
until its dissolution in 1992 amid the Yugoslav Wars. Covering an area of 255,804 km² (98,766 sq mi), the SFRY was bordered by Italy
Italy
to the west, Austria and Hungary to the north, Bulgaria and Romania to the east and Albania and Greece
Greece
to the south. It was a socialist state and a federation governed by the League of Communists of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
made up of six socialist republics: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia with Belgrade
Belgrade
as its capital
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Otalež
Otalež
Otalež
(pronounced [ɔˈtaːlɛʃ]) is a village in the hills above the right bank of the Idrijca
Idrijca
River in the Municipality of C
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