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"" (known in historic sources at various times as "Carnium", "Creina", "Chreina" or "Krainburg") Tourist Board publication , Open City for Europe, 2007 ISBN9789619221822 is the third largest municipality and fourth largest city in Slovenia, with a population of 53,000 (2007). It is located approximately 20 km northwest of Ljubljana. The centre of the Upper Carniola region (northwestern Slovenia) is a mainly industrial city with significant electronics and rubber industries. The historical region of Carniola () is named after the town, which was its provincial capital in the early Middle ages.

The city is now also known for its sporting facilities, including soccer tennis and basketball, as well as the biggest aquatic centre in the country, which hosted the 2003 Men"s European Water Polo Championship (along with Ljubljana, hosting the women"s competition). The annual "Teden Mladih" (Youth Week) festival and Festival Carniola are very popular.

The nucleus of the city is a wellpreserved medieval old town, built at the confluence of the Kokra and the Sava rivers.

Geography
Prešernova Street, .

The city lies on the busy Ljubljana Jesenice Villach (Austria) Munich (Germany) railway and highway. Slovenia"s national airport, Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (in Brnik) is also very close to , considerably moreso than its nominal client, Ljubljana.

Towns and village
Babni Vrt, Bobovek, Breg ob Savi, Britof, Čadovlje, Čepulje, Golnik, Goriče, Hrastje, Ilovka, Jama, Jamnik, Javornik, Kokrica, "", Lavtarski Vrh, Letenice, Mavčiče, Meja, Mlaka pri u, Nemilje, Njivica, Orehovlje, Pangršica, Planica, Podblica, Podreča, Povlje, Praše, Predoslje, Pševo, Rakovica, Spodnja Besnica, Spodnje Bitnje, Srakovlje, Srednja vas Goriče, Srednje Bitnje, Suha pri Predosljah, Sveti Jošt nad em, Šutna, Tatinec, Tenetiše, Trstenik, Zabukovje, Zalog, Zgornja Besnica, Zgornje Bitnje, Žabnica, Žablje

Landmarks
The Sava, flowing through
Savska Cesta,
*Plečnik steps
*Kokra river canyon
*Waterfall "Šum" in Besnica
*Mount Šmarjetna
*Village Podreča with community Ljubljana
*Mount St. Jošt

t. Cantianus Churc
Sts. Cantius, Cantianius, Cantianella and Prot Church ("Cerkev Sv. Kancija, Kancijana, Kancijanile in Prota") is the largest church in and also the seat of the parish and deaconates. It was built in the 14th century, and measures 442m³. Construction was commissioned by the thencounts of .

hislstein Castl
The castle was built in the mid16th century by baron Janž Khisl. Later owners have included the Moscon, Ravbar, Apfaltrer, Ausperg and Pagliaruzzi families. The building was renovated in 1952 by the architect Jože Plečnik, near the end of his life. The castle garden is currently used as a setting for concerts.


nternational relation

win towns — Sister citie
is twinned with:


otable peopl
Glavni trg (Town square)
The falls of the Sava in
*Leopold Layer (17521828), painter
*Friderik Irenej Baraga (17971868), missionary
*Dr. France Prešeren (18001849), poet
*Dr. Janez Bleiweis (18081881), politician
*Janez Puhar (18141864), inventor of photography on glass
*Simon Jenko (18351869), poet
*Ciril Metod Koch (18671925), architect
*Robert ec (born 1981), ski jumper
*Janez Mencinger (18381912), writer
*Ernst Mally (18791944), philosopher
*Hinko Smrekar (18831942), painter
*Ivan Pregelj (18831960), writer
*Lojze Dolinar (18931970), sculptor
*Dr. Franc Novak (1908), gynaecologist
*Peter Lipar (19121980), composer
*Marij Pregelj (19131967), painter
*Marjan Šorli (19151975), architect
*Davorin Dolar (1921), chemist
*Zvone Černe (1927 2007), industrialist
*Boštjan Hladnik (19292006), film director
*Marko Pogačnik (1944), sculptor
*Andrej Šifrer (1952), musician
*Andrej Štremfelj (1957), alpinist
*Borut Petrič and Darjan Petrič (1964), freestyle swimmers
*Primož Grašič (1968), guitarist
*Gregor Fučka (1971), Italian basketball player
*Marko Milič (1977), Slovenian basketball player

External connections
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