Logatec Travel Guide

  • Cerkev sv. Janeza Evangelista
    Cerkev sv. Janeza Evangelista
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  • Sv Sebastian oratory
    Sv Sebastian oratory
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  • City entrance into Donji Logatec
    City entrance into Donji Logatec
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Logatec Things to Do

  • Sv Sebastian oratory

    Photo 1. Not far from the possible entrance, stands an oratory with an arched alley. It is dedicated to Sveti Sebastian (Saint Sebastian).The Saint, wounded with arrows is represented on a medallion, on top of the oratory (photo 2)

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  • City entrance into Dorenji Logatec

    Though Logatec had never a city wall, the low tower in the middle of the photo and that stands in Dorenji Logatec looks like an entrance into the city. Though the road oases now on it’s side, it looks like it used to pass under it. That might have been a kind of toll to collect the taxes both on people and on goods entering the city.

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  • Gorenji Logatec from Cerkev sv. Janeza...

    Photo 1 and 2: As Cerkev sv. Janeza Evangelista stands on a butte, from the little churchyard; there is an excellent view northwards on Gorenji Logatec.Photo 3:: this photo shows the view southwards with a few houses scattered along the forest.

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  • Cerkev sv. Janeza Evangelista

    Cerkev sv. Janeza Evangelista stands on top of a hill, over Gorenji Logatec. It was first mentioned in 1526, but before, there was a camp or a fort for defense against the Turks invasions. The bell tower is covered with metal sheet. In the morning, it shines like gold! Inside, there are several frescoes (sorry, the church was closed) that are very...

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  • Cerkev Matere božje

    The church on the right of the photo stands in Gorenji Logatec and is Cerkev Matere božje v Gorenjem Logatcu (church of the Mother of God). It was first mentioned in 1526 but received many alterations in 1697 and 1754. This is how it looks now.The church on the left and in the background is Cerkev sv. Janeza Evangelista (see next tip)

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  • Farm in Dorenji Logatec

    Logatec has several large farms that are a fine example of the agricultural architecture in the Nostrajnska region. I felt that this one, built in 1791, was interesting. The basement is for living of the family and, on the other side, for the cattle. The first level and the attic are well ventilated and used to collect the crops: hay, corn, etc… On...

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Logatec Restaurants

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    Turistična kmetija ��igonTuristična kmeti 2 more images

    by JLBG Updated Sep 27, 2009

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    Actually, Turistična kmetija Žigon is not really a restaurant. The dining room is open only to residents for dinner.. This is a typical menu we had one evening.

    Photo 1 : home made gnocchi with tomato sauce (photo:portion for two).

    Photo 2: green salad with cucumber, cabbage, tomatoes and green beans served with half a hard boiled egg.
    For desert, fruits and appfle strudel (photo:portions for one).

    Photo 3: sausages, chicken in bread crumbs, pork cotelettes in bread crumbs, fired eggplant slices, zucchini and chips (photo:portion for two)..

    We had more than enough!.

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Logatec Local Customs

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    Garbage can with dispenser of plastic bags

    by JLBG Written Sep 27, 2009

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    Logatec is a very clean city. You will not find any paper or plastic bottle or can in the streets. There are many street garbage cans and they have even a dispenser of plastic bags for dogs! I mean a dispenser of plastic bags for dog owners!

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Logatec Warnings and Dangers

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    Danger, school! 1 more image

    by JLBG Updated Sep 27, 2009

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    Some of you know that I collect School warnings road signs. I have already drop some of them along my travel pages but will also present them altogether! Soon!

    These are the two I have seen in Slovenia (oops, I have taken them in Logatec but, I should put this tip in a Slovenia page). Road sign number one is the regular road sign warning for a school. Photo number two says “Šolska pot” I have been unable to find the translation but I have understood that it did not warn for a nearby school but for a bus stop where children are picked up and brought to school.

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