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Ajdovski gradec - Bohinjska Bistrica - archeological point

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Address: Bohinjska Bistrica 4264 Bohinjska Bistrica
Ajdovski gradec is a Slovene symbol of independence and the freedom of the nation. Slovenia`s greatest poet France Prešeren sang its praises in his epic poem "Baptism beside the Savica."

Ajdovski gradec is a small hill, 585 meters high, that lies south of the railroad bridge across the Sava Bohinjka River near Bohinjska Bistrica. It is a very old archeological site of an original settlement of miners and ironworkers in the Early Iron Age (700-300 B.C.).

The site was settled again later during the Roman period (0-500 A.D.). It has the clear remains of the foundations of buildings, blacksmith shops, and smelters.

ACCESS: Footpath from Bohinjska Bistrica past the church and the Filbo factory through the railway underpass to Ajdovski gradec. The walk takes about forty-five minutes

Free of charge
GPS Northing (N) : 46,2768 
GPS Easting (E) : 13,9693 
Administrator : Turizem Bohinj | ++386 4 574 75 90 | | last modified: 28/05/2013
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GPS N: 46,2768
E: 13,9693
Destination: Julian Alps
Place: Bohinj

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