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Konfin, Slovenia
Sveta Trojica (pronounced [ˈsʋeːta tɾɔˈjiːtsa]; German: Heiligendreifaltigkeit[2]:18) is a settlement in the hills east of Domžale, in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia.[3] It includes the hamlets of Konfin and Uševk (in older sources also Olševek,[2]:19 German: Uscheuk[2]:19).[4]Contents1 Name 2 History2.1 Liberator airplane crash 2.2 Unmarked grave3 Landmarks3.1 Castle 3.2 Church4 Notable people 5 References 6 External linksName[edit] The name of the settlement was changed from Vrh Svete Trojice (literally, 'Holy Trinity
Trinity
Peak') to Sveta Trojica (literally, 'Holy Trinity') in 1952. The name was changed again to Trojica (literally, 'Trinity') in 1955
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Količevo
Količevo
Količevo
(pronounced [kɔˈliːtʃɛʋɔ]) is a settlement on the left bank of the Kamnik Bistrica
Kamnik Bistrica
River north of
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Dobovlje
Dobovlje
Dobovlje
(pronounced [dɔˈboːu̯lje]; sometimes Dobovje[2]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. History[edit] Dobovlje
Dobovlje
was administratively separated from Brdo in 1992, when it was made a separate settlement. Additional territory was transferred to the settlement from Brdo in 2004.[3] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Savnik, Roman, ed. 1971. Krajevni leksikon Slovenije, vol. 2. Ljubljana: Državna založba Slovenije, p
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Dolenje, Domžale
Dolenje (pronounced [dɔˈleːnjɛ]) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
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Dragomelj
Dragomelj
Dragomelj
(pronounced [dɾaˈɡoːməl]; German: Dragomel[2]) is a settlement northeast of Ljubljana
Ljubljana
in Slovenia. It lies in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region.[3]Contents1 Geography 2 Name 3 History 4 Dragomelj
Dragomelj
Castle 5 Notable people 6 References 7 External linksGeography[edit] Dragomelj
Dragomelj
is a compact settlement at the transition between the loamy soil along the Pšata
Pšata
River to the east and Soteska Hill (405 meters or 1,329 feet) to the west
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Goričica Pri Ihanu
Goričica pri Ihanu
Goričica pri Ihanu
(pronounced [ɡɔˈɾiːtʃitsa pɾi iˈxaːnu]) is a small settlement east of Ihan
Ihan
in the Municipality of Domžale
Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia.[2] Name[edit] The name of the settlement was changed from Goričica to Goričica pri Ihanu in 1953.[3] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Domžale
Domžale
municipal site ^ Spremembe naselij 1948–95. 1996. Database
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Gorjuša
Gorjuša
Gorjuša
(pronounced [ɡɔˈɾjuːʃa]) is a small village in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the
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Homec, Domžale
Homec (pronounced [ˈxɔːməts]; German: Homez[2]) is a settlement north of Domžale
Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia.[3] The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to the Nativity of Mary.[4] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ Leksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru, vol. 6: Kranjsko. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr
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Hudo, Domžale
Hudo (pronounced [ˈxuːdɔ]) is a settlement north of Radomlje in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
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Ihan
Ihan
Ihan
(pronounced [iˈxan]; German: Jauchen)[2] is a settlement in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia. The settlement used to be part of the Krumperk lordship. Today it is known for its pig farm, which is the largest in Slovenia.[3]Contents1 Name 2 Notable people 3 References 4 External linksName[edit] Ihan
Ihan
was attested in written records in 1228 as Uichan (and as Iouchan in 1296, Jowchan in 1330, Jawchan in 1347, and Yawch in 1458). The Slovene name was originally *Juhan, as indicated by the German transcriptions
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Jasen, Domžale
Jasen (pronounced [ˈjaːsən]) is a small settlement in the hills northeast of Domžale
Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
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Kokošnje
Kokošnje
Kokošnje
(pronounced [kɔˈkoːʃnjɛ]) is a settlement of around 30 houses east of Domžale
Domžale
in the
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Kolovec
Kolovec
Kolovec
(pronounced [ˈkoːlɔʋəts]; German: Gerlachstein[2]) is a settlement northeast of Domžale
Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia.[3] History[edit] Kolovec
Kolovec
was the site of two castles in the past. Both are mentioned and depicted by Johann Weikhard von Valvasor
Johann Weikhard von Valvasor
in his The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola as Gerlachstein. The older castle stood on a hill northeast of the settlement and was built in the 12th century. It was burned down in 1560 and the site was abandoned. The ruins of the castle are still visible.[4] The second castle, built just outside the settlement to the southwest, was built in 1530. It burned down in 1679, but was rebuilt by the owners
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Depala Vas
Depala Vas
Depala Vas
(pronounced [ˈdeːpala ˈʋaːs]; Slovene: Depala vas, German: Depelsdorf[2]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Domžale
Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia. Name[edit] Depala Vas
Depala Vas
was first mentioned in 1309 under the German name Diepoltsdorf (and in 1539 under the Slovene name ex Depolia vas). The Slovene name Depala vas is derived from the Slavic personal name Depal (probably of German origin, derived from Dietpald or a similar name). The name therefore literally means 'Depal's village' and likely refers to an early inhabitant of the place.[3] In the past the German name was Depelsdorf.[2] References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia ^ a b Leksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru, vol. 6: Kranjsko. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr. Dvorna in Državna Tiskarna, p. 24. ^ Snoj, Marko. 2009
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Krtina, Domžale
Krtina (pronounced [kəɾˈtiːna]; German: Kertina[2]) is a village in the Municipality of Domžale
Municipality of Domžale
in the Upper Carniola
Upper Carniola
region of Slovenia. The settlement used to be part of the Krumperk lordship. The local church is dedicated to Saint Leonard. References[edit]^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Slovenia
Archived November 18, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. ^ Leksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru, vol. 6: Kranjsko. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr
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