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- Škofja Loka
Škofja Loka, a thousand-year-old town at the confluence of the Poljanska Sora and Selška Sora rivers, was the centre of the Loka dominion owned for 830 years by the Bishops of Freising, who placed an indelible stamp on the city. The old town core boasts with numerous sights from the past, and Loka Castle, built before 1202, reigns above the city. Škofja Loka is considered the most beautifully preserved medieval town in Slovenia. Its rich cultural heritage intertwines with unspoiled nature, earning the town the name “Gallery in Nature”, while the picturesque and colorful house facades fostered yet another: “Motley Loka”.
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Kranj is a colorful historical town on a rocky pier between two mountain rivers: the Sava and the Kokra. Today Kranj is the forth biggest town in Slovenia, and it is the economic, cultural and sports centre of Upper Carniola. The most important cultural historical sights are situated in the old town core of Kranj, which was declared a historical and cultural monument in 1983.

Ljubljana is the political, scientific and cultural centre of the Slovenian nation, and with its 275,000 inhabitants it is also the biggest city in Slovenia as well as its most important economic centre.It is situated at the crossing of important traffic roads as it lies on the natural crossroads from the Central Europe to the Mediterranean, to the Balkans and to the Panonian basin. In Ljubljana the old interweaves with the new, and it seems that the history of all five millennia, which is the age of the settlement on this place, has been preparing the city to become the national capital. It managed to preserve the traces of the rich history from all periods – the legacy of Roman Emona, the former city core with Renaissance, Baroque and Secessionist facades, decorated portals, romantic bridges that adorn the Ljubljanica river, uneven roofs and the park that reaches deep to the city heart.

Bled is the town by Lake Bled, and it is one of the oldest and most beautiful tourist places in Slovenia. It lies in the middle of a landscape transformed by glaciers, on the passage from the Radovljica basin to the eastern foothills of the Julian Alps. The lake is slightly more than 2 km long and varies in width from 500 m to 1 km. In the summer, it is suitable for swimming - the surface of the lake warms up to 25ºC and retains a suitable temperature (up to 18ºC) until the autumn. The lake freezes in very cold winters. Bled Island welcomes us in the middle of the lake.

Rupnik line
After the end of World War I, a large part of western Slovenia fell under the Kingdom if Italy as a result of the Treaty of Rapallo. The border ran along the line from Peč – Triglav – Vogel – Podbrdo – Žiri – Hotedrščica and continued towards Reka. In the 1930s, the old Yugoslav army started building a series of forts along the new border. They were intended for protection and enabled the army to survey the other side. General Leon Rupnik was named commander, and the line of forts still bears his name today. The series of forts was never completed and the forts never served their original purpose, as World War II began and a new style of fighting was introduced.

A thematic tourist trail now runs along the Rupnik line LTO Blegoš and TO Gorenja vas .

The Tavčar's mansion
The Tavčar’s mansion, along with the outbuildings, presents the pinnacle of farm construction in the second half of the 18th century. It also comprises of a kozolec (an indigenous Slovene hayrack), a fruit drying chamber and a park with Tavčar’s statue and tomb. The magnificent architecture, historical value, presenting the old way of life and the location’s natural beauty have resulted in Tavčar’s mansion being proclaimed a cultural monument. The building was constructed in the 17th century. It was here that Ivan Tavčar, a writer and lawyer, wrote his best works: Visoška kronika, Cvetje v jeseni, Med gorami, V Zali, Kuzovci, Izza kongresa, 4000
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