Koper is the fifth largest city in . Located in the Istrian region in southwestern part of the country, approximately five kilometres south of the border with Italy and 20 kilometres from , Koper is the largest coastal city in the country.
Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

is a multi-purpose stadium in Koper, Slovenia. Photo: RicciSpeziari, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Historic building
The is a 15th-century Venetian Gothic palace in the city of Koper, in southwest . Photo: Earnest B, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The Koper Regional Museum has been housed since 1954 in the spacious early 17th century Belgramoni Tacco Palace, and is responsible for the movable cultural heritage in Primorska region of . Photo: János Korom Dr., CC BY-SA 2.0.

The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary also called Koper Cathedral is the… Photo: Sailko, CC BY 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is an ancient Mediterranean town with a lively history on the Slovenian coast. Photo: Meho29, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a town in the , located near the border with , in the Littoral region of . is situated 3½ km north of Koper. Photo: Mrwho00tm, Public domain.

is a settlement in the City Municipality of Koper in the Littoral region of .The parish church in the settlement is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin.


45.548° or 45° 32' 52.6" north
13.7305° or 13° 43' 49.8" east
Open Location Code
United Nations Location Code
15 metres (49 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1640456909
Geo­Names ID
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  • Albanian: Koper
  • Arabic: Koper
  • Arabic: كوبر
  • Aragonese: Koper
  • Armenian: Կոպեր
  • Asturian: Koper
  • Bashkir: Копер
  • Basque: Koper
  • Belarusian: Кападыстрыя
  • Belarusian: Копер
  • Belarusian: Копэр
  • Bengali: কাপার
  • Bosnian: Koper
  • Breton: Koper
  • Bulgarian: Копер
  • Catalan: Koper
  • Cebuano: Koper (munisipyo)
  • Cebuano: Koper
  • Chinese: 科佩尔
  • Croatian: Kopar
  • Czech: Koper
  • Danish: Koper
  • Dutch: Koper
  • Egyptian Arabic: كوبر
  • Egyptian Arabic: مدينه كوبر
  • English: Capodistria
  • Esperanto: Kapodistrio
  • Esperanto: Koper
  • Estonian: Koper
  • Finnish: Koper
  • French: Koper
  • Galician: Koper
  • Georgian: კოპერი
  • German: Capodistria
  • German: Koper
  • Greek: Κόπερ
  • Gujarati: કોપર
  • Hebrew: קופר
  • Hindi: कोपेर
  • Hungarian: Koper
  • Indonesian: Koper
  • Interlingue: Koper
  • Irish: Koper
  • Italian: Capodistria
  • Italian: Koper
  • Japanese: コペル
  • Kannada: ಕೊಪರ್
  • Korean: 코페르
  • Latin: Caput Histriae
  • Latin: Iustinopolis
  • Latvian: Kopera
  • Lithuanian: Koperis
  • Macedonian: Копер
  • Malay: Koper
  • Marathi: कूपर
  • Norwegian: Koper
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Koper
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Koper
  • Occitan (post 1500): Koper
  • Persian: کوپر
  • Persian: کپر، اسلوونی
  • Polish: Capodistria
  • Polish: Koper
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  • Romanian: Koper
  • Russian: Копер
  • Scots: Koper
  • Serbian: Копар
  • Serbo-Croatian: Kopar
  • Serbo-Croatian: Koper
  • Sinhala: කොපර්
  • Slovak: Koper
  • Slovenian: Koper
  • Slovenian: Mestno jedro
  • Spanish: Capodistria
  • Spanish: Koper
  • Swedish: Koper
  • Tajik: Купер
  • Tamil: கொபர்
  • Tamil: கொபேர்
  • Tatar: Копер
  • Telugu: కోపర్
  • Thai: มณฑลเจ้อเจียง
  • Thai: โคเพอร์
  • Turkish: Koper
  • Ukrainian: Копер
  • Upper Sorbian: Koper
  • Urdu: کوپر
  • Venetian: Capodistria
  • Vietnamese: Koper
  • Volapük: Koper
  • Waray (Philippines): Koper
  • Welsh: Capodistria
  • Welsh: Koper
  • Western Panjabi: کوپر
  • Wu Chinese: 科佩尔
  • Grad Kopar
  • Koper, Slovenia
  • Koper / Capodistria

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