Janez Trdina

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Dolenjska and Novo mesto

  • September 23, 2011

Lower part of the former Carniola is now called Dolenjska; recently, it has been often named only as southeastern Slovenia. It extends from the Ljubljana Basin to the border with Croatia. It is separated from Styria with the river Sava on the north, from Croatia with the river Kolpa on the south and with the Bloke plateau on the west, where Notranjska begins. The southernmost part of Dolenjska with the largest city ─îrnomelj is called Bela Krajina. On the other side of the Kolpa River, Bela Krajina ends, as well as Slovenia.…