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doživetja
      walking trips
      sightseeing
      sports activities
      wandering

okusno
      restaurants
      tourist farms
      traditional country feast
      wine cellars
      traditional dishes

gostoljubno
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      mountain huts

koristno
      tourist information
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      local guiding
      other useful information
domače
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      fruit
      home made
      craftsmen
      souvenirs



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društva
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Turist Information Centre Ajdovščina
Cesta IV. Prekomorske 61 A
5270 Ajdovščina

tel.: +386 5 36 59 140
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Schedule:
Oct-Apr:
mon - fri: 8.00 - 16.00
sat: 8.00 - 12.00

May-Sept:
mon - fri: 10.00 - 18.00
sat: 8.00 - 12.00





iskalnik
Velike Žablje
villages nearby

The village of Velike Žablje is located near the Vipava River. Hamlets of Brith, Makoče, Port, Štokljovo and Vas together form a clustered village. On a hill in the middle of the village is a famous baroque manor from 1669. Unfortunately, the manor is old and therefore in poor repair. In the village is also an interesting house with a wide, projecting roof, carved rafter, painted tile and a rare wall...

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Ajdovščina’s Technical Heritage
wandering

The tour starts at the Jochmann Mill on the River Hubelj in Ajdovščina. This very mill was once considered as the mightiest cylinder mill in the entire Empire. The tour leads past the remnants of the Roman fortress Castra and the Old Paper Mill and continues on along the Vilhar Street (Vilharjeva ulica) to the Pale Sports Park. There you have the opportunity to visit the Ajdovščina Youth Hostel and...

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Karel Lavrič (1818 - 1876)
important personalities

Karel Lavrič, a national initiator, was born on 1 November 1818 in the village of Prem and died on 3 March 1876 in Gorizia.
After Lavrič's father had died the entire family moved to Ljubljana, where he and his brother Ludvik attended first three classes of grammar school. In 1835 the family moved again, this time to Graz, where Lavrič finished grammar school. Both, Karel and Ludvik have in Graz joined the private reading club of the Slovene students in Graz, which was founded on the...

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