Trzic Things to Do

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Sebenje village, uncircled with mountains, is known upon ski jumps, There are three of them. A grandson of my brother, 9 years old is one of many young enthusiast of ski jumping. He is pretty good in this sport, and I admire his courage.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    In the neighbourhood of Trzic, there is a village Sebenje, known after ski jumps. During the winter time "fearless eagles" have ski jumping on the snow covered ski jumps. During the other seasons of the year, a plastic ski jumps are in use.

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    Trzic - The old pass Ljubelj

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    From Trzic, towards to the mountain pass Ljubelj, leads a road winding uphill in a series of long hairpin bends. If you are lucky enough you can notice a steinbock on the rocky slope.
    Behind the border cross, there is a skiing resort - Zelenica.

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    Trzic - Memorial park Mauthausen

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Memorial part Mauthausen is located on the place of a former worker's concentration camp. It was the only concentration camp during the second world war in Slovenia. The French, Poles, Russians and Yugoslavs were imprisioned in the camp. They lived and worked in terrible conditions, they digged out a 1,5 km tunnel through a rocky mass.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Neuhaus Castle is located at the top of the low hill, just above the old city core. Supposedly, the castle dated back to 1320.
    During the ages, ownership has been changed many times. The fire in 1811 didn't connive neither the castle. After that, a new castle was built by count Radetzky.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    On the hill above the town, this charming church is located. It is dedicated to St. Josef. Just a short walk (about 10 minutes) and you're at the top of the hill. A wonderful view onto the old city core of Trzic, is a reward for the effort. I can hardly name it - "effort" - better, a pleasant stroll.
    The church dated back to 1704. Main sight in the interior of the Church is the renaissance ceiling.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Strolling up and down the main road in the old city core, I admired the beautiful buildings with a tuoch of former times. I must admit, this was the first timeI visited the old part of Trzic, although I've passed Trzic many times.

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    Trzic - Kurnik House

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    The Kurnik House has preserved the most authentic appearance since the end of the 18th century. The stone ground floor, wooden second floor and picturesque shingled roof conceals the floor plan of a typical Gorenjska home.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Trzic is famous by the shoes industry. Every year in September, there is a fair "Sustarska nedelja" ("Shoemakers Sunday") where the tradition of shoemakers is presented. Tradesmen sell their good at over 300 stalls. During the day, there are many cultural entertaining and etnographic events.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Still preserved metal shutters in this small windows on my photo.
    After a big destroyable fire in 1811, a special regulation required the obligatory installation of iron doors and shutters - a genuine European curiosity.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    One of the beautifuly renowated buildings in the old city core. The building is located next to the church of - Marijinega Oznanenja - ( Mary's Annunciaton). It has an interesting round part with spire roof, and very charateristically - shutters on the windows.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Some historical facts:
    In 1492, Friderik III the emperor , raised the settlement of that time into a borough.
    In 1811, a terrible fire, destroyed more than 200 houses and workshops. After that catastrophe, a special regulation was passed - an obligatory placing of metal door and shutters.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    Trzic is situated by the main motorway that leads toward the Ljubelj - border pass between Slovenia and Austria.
    About 45 knm faraway from the capital Ljubljana, Trzic is a town, worth to make a stop. The old city core, spreads downhill on the right side (if you're coming from Ljubljana)

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    One more charasteristic door, supported by columns, two on each side of the door, and decorated with rossettes and the date on the upper side.

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    Trzic

    by olja1234 Updated Dec 31, 2005

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    The buildings in the old city core preserved the some common charasteristics like porches decorated with rosettes and "God's eye", and a "nosy window".

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