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About Notranjska-Karst region

The Green Karst is a site of unique nature, as well as cultural and historical landscapes, with vast forests and typical karst features. The untouched location provides shelter for numerous endangered species and types of animals and plants; that is why the Natura 2000 network comprises as much as 54% of the territory, which is the largest in Slovenia.

The area of the Green Karst contains the most beautiful internationally renowned Slovenian caves: the Postojna Cave, the Cave below Predjama Castle, the Križna Cave, and the Planina Cave... Above the mysterious subterranean world are the paragons of cultural heritage, such as the Predjama Castle, Snežnik Castle, and Prem Castle. Travelling on foot or by bicycle will also offer you the chance to discover the less known cultural peculiarities, such as the stone crosses (“pillars”) in the Pivka region, or smaller ethnographic collections.

Source: RDO Postojnska jama  

Nature

Lake, no lake. These intermittent lakes fill with water mostly in the autumn, and drain away in the spring. Although the lakes are certainly fascinating regardless of the season.

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Fun & sports

Diverse landscapes of green forests, karst plateaus and valleys offer countless possibilities for leisure activities in nature.

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History & culture

For the most part, castles in Slovenia were built in the 12th century, mostly on exposed hills, which were the sites of prehistoric hill forts.

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Attractions

Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world's largest karst monuments.

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