Razdrto, Postojna

Razdrto (pronounced [ɾaˈzdərtɔ]; German: Präwald, Italian: Resderta, Prevallo) is a village below and on the southern slopes of the Nanos Plateau in the Municipality of Postojna in the Inner Carniola region of Slovenia. It lies at a major interchange on the A1 motorway connecting Ljubljana to the Slovenian Littoral.[2]

The local church in the settlement is dedicated to the Holy Trinity and belongs to the Parish of Ubeljsko.[3]

Razdrto
Holy Trinity Church in Razdrto; the Nanos Plateau in the background
Holy Trinity Church in Razdrto;
the Nanos Plateau in the background
Razdrto is located in Slovenia
Razdrto
Razdrto
Location in Slovenia
Coordinates: 45°45′24.15″N 14°3′35.3″E / 45.7567083°N 14.059806°ECoordinates: 45°45′24.15″N 14°3′35.3″E / 45.7567083°N 14.059806°E
CountryFlag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia
Traditional regionInner Carniola
Statistical regionLittoral–Inner Carniola
MunicipalityPostojna
Area
 • Total5.39 km2 (2.08 sq mi)
Elevation
573.9 m (1,882.9 ft)
Population
 (2002)
 • Total168
[1]

References

  1. ^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
  2. ^ Postojna municipal site
  3. ^ Koper Diocese list of churches Archived 2009-03-06 at the Wayback Machine

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A1 motorway (Slovenia)

The A1 motorway (Slovene: avtocesta A1), also known as Slovenika, is 236.1 km (146.7 mi) long, connecting Šentilj (at the Austrian border) and Koper/Capodistria (on the shores of the Adriatic Sea). It connects several of the largest metropolitan areas of the country, including Maribor, Celje and Ljubljana, all the way to the Slovenian Littoral and port town of Koper.

Construction began in 1970 and the first section was finished in 1972, connecting Vrhnika and Postojna. Everyday operation of this initial stretch started on 29 December 1972.The connection to Koper was finished on 23 November 2004. The second-to-last part, from Trojane to Blagovica, was opened on 12 August 2005. It was also the most expensive, having eight viaducts and two tunnels despite being only 11 km long. The final section, the eastern Maribor bypass, opened on 14 August 2009.

Razdrto

Razdrto is name of several villages in Slovenia:

Razdrto, Postojna

Razdrto, Šentjernej

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