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Slovenian Primaeval forest
Primaeval forest once covered most of Europe. This is the ultimate landscape without humans. Do nothing, and, after a succession of different vegetation types, eventually, an entirely natural forest will grow. Nearly any other landscape is to a certain extent man-made.
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Close to the city of Nova Gorica, at the Italian border, you find Panovec Forest. Slovenians will consider this a city park, but it is a surprisingly natural area. In early spring, many plants flower here.      
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Shovellers at Škocjan bay in Slovenia
Many birds, birdwatching hides, a big birdwatching tower and hot coffee: Škocjan bay in Slovenia has everything a birder wants and more. 
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the Plum Mountain, Slivnica, in Slovenia
From Mount Slivnica in Slovenia, you have the best view over the famous Lake Cerknica, but beware of the witches!
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Mount Nanos in Slovenia
For many centuries, mount Nanos forces travellers to take a detour. You might well have driven around it, but have you seen the view from the top?
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Rakov Škocjan in Slovenia
Close to the highway Ljubljana-Koper you find a beautiful small valley, which used to be a cave before the ceiling collapsed.
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Bloke plateau
At the Bloke Plateau in Slovenia, winter lasts nine months. The rest of the year, it is just cold.
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Lake Cerknica is unlike any other lake: here, the water comes and goes. Add the different seasons, weather and light, as well as the traditional use for hay-making, and you have a place which will always surprise you!
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At Lake Cerknica, when you turn around to the West, you see the great Javorniki Mountain Ridge: The Maple Mountain. For many centuries, the Maple Mountain was a formidable barrier, so much that the people on the other side still speak a different dialect and cook different dishes.
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