Gozd Martuljek and Srednji Vrh are both stories in themselves.
Long ago Carinthian herdsmen pastured their herds here. After World War I, railroad men renamed the village situated along the stream into Gozd Martuljek. The settlement Srednji Vrh arose during the times of Turkish invasions as can be gathered in the house names - pri Merkeljnu, pri Vahu. In times long gone, a pilgrimage route led through the Zgornjesavska Valley to Višarje. A footpath led through Rute accross the Vršič pass to Trenta, and a cargo and postal route via Koren to Carynthia. GPS Northing (N)
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