Julian Alps

The Julian Alps are a region of . They are part of and extend over the border into north-eastern . They were named after Julius Caesar.

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is a town in , on the east side of Lake .

is a village in . is a small village on a plain between Jelovica plateau and the Karavanke range.

covers nearly all of the section of the , a total of nearly 85,000 hectares and is centered on Mount Triglav.


is an Alpine meadow in the , .

is a city in . is the largest town and an administrative centre of the .

is a city in northwestern . Buses run from Ljubljana twice a day during the week and take approximately 3.5h.

lies among the green hills of western in the .

is a town in north-western . It is a base for winter sports and is known for alpine skiing and ski jumping.

is situated on the northwestern part of .

is a city located in the in the of .

is a village in . is a thousand-year-old-village …

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Julian Alps

  • Type:  mountain
  • Location:  , ,
  • Latitude of center:  46° 20' (46.3333°) north
  • Longitude of center:  13° 45' (13.75°) east
  • Elevation:  2021 meters (6631 feet)
  • Wikidata:  Julian Alps
  • Wikimedia Commons:  Julian Alps

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Other Names for Julian Alps

Czech:  Julské Alpy Dutch:  Julische Alpen Friulian:  Alps Juliis German:  Julische Alpen Hungarian:  Júliai-Alpok Italian:  Alpi Giulie Polish:  Alpy Julijskie Russian:  Юлийские Альпы Slovenian:  Julijske Alpe Spanish:  Alpes julianos

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