Prekmurje

Region around the Mura River is considered as a part of or an extension of the Pannonian Plain. A part, which lies over the Mur River, is named Prekmurje, and it is divided into two parts, the hilly and the flat part. Goričko (Nature Park) is the northernmost region of Slovenia. From the border of three countries (Slovenia, Hungary, Austria), it descends to a flat land (Ravensko, Dolinsko) of southern Prekmurje and over Mur River passes to a hilly region of Slovenske gorice. For many centuries, the Mur River region with Porabje was a battlefield, so it was hardly worthRead More →

The capital city of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Ljubljana is not a typical capital city with high skyscrapers, heavy traffic all day long, Chinese district, people from everywhere and many troubles like polluted air and garbage on the street. Ljubljana is a rather small city, with 300.000 citizens, many historical and also several modern buildings, with fresh air and clean streets. Although Ljubljana is small compared to other Europe metropolis, it is the largest city in Slovenia. Ljubljana is a place for tourists who like to enjoy modern city culture at daytime, but during the night they like peace. Because ofRead More →

Babic mill on river Mura

Bogojina – one of Slovenian secret corners Bogojina is a village 12km eastern from Murska Sobota and 5km away from Moravske Toplice (Terme 3000) in Prekmurje, region in northeastern Slovenia. Bogojina population is about 600. Bogojina is the most famous for Parish church of the Ascension. It is located on a small hill in the northern part of the village. The new church was built between 1924 and 1927 besides an older and smaller church. Jože Plečnik, famous Slovenian architect, added two asymmetrical aisles and a round tower of a ships?s crow?s nest to the original Romanesque and baroque structure.Read More →