Lake Faak is a lake in the Austrian state of Carinthia. With an area of approximately 2.2 km2, it is the state's fifth-largest lake.
Hell Cave is a karst cave in the settlement of Zalog pri Šempetru in Slovenia.
Kieselstein Castle, also known as Khislstein, is a 13th-century castle in the city of Kranj, in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia.
Velenje Castle is a well-preserved castle in Velenje, Slovenia that was owned by the Kunšperk family, followed by their relatives the Ptujs…
An impressive ruin situated on the foot-hills of the mighty Slovenian Alps. A great sight surely worth visiting.
Finkenstein Castle is a ruined medieval castle in the market town of Finkenstein, in the Austrian state of Carinthia.
The Kleinsee is a lake in the municipality of Sankt Kanzian in Carinthia, Austria.
The Storžič Lodge is a mountain hostel in the upper part of the Lomščica Valley, near the Jesenje Pasture in northwestern Slovenia.
The Ruše Lodge, or the Tine Lodge at Areh is a mountain lodge in the Pohorje Mountains, built by locals in 1907.
The Prešeren Lodge at Stol is a mountain hut on the southern side of Mt. Stol in the Karawanks, just below the peak of Little Stol.
The Ribnica Lodge is the highest mountain lodge in the Pohorje Mountains.
The Bleiburg repatriations occurred in May 1945, at the end of World War II in Europe, when tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians…
Šobec Campground is a name of campsite located 2 kilometers south of Highway E61 near Lesce, Slovenia.
Šempeter v Savinjski Dolini is a village in the Municipality of Žalec in east-central Slovenia.
Hočko Pohorje is a settlement in the Municipality of Hoče-Slivnica in northeastern Slovenia.
Golica is a peak in the Western Karawanks, on the border between Slovenia and Austria, above the Slovene town of Jesenice.
Aichwaldsee is a lake of Carinthia, Austria.
Klosterruine Arnoldstein is a former Benedictine abbey in Arnoldstein, in the Austrian state of Carinthia.
Celje Hall is a community center in Celje, a town in central-eastern Slovenia.
Open-air museum where you can learn more about the Celtic history by the amusing hands-on approach.
Jakob Aljaž was a Slovene Roman Catholic priest, composer and mountaineer.