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Tatinec cycling path
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Tatinec cycling path

This relaxed cycling trip is something even for families with children. It starts at the Main Square in Kranj and then continues along the Kokra River canyon to Predoslje, Breg ob Kokri and the subalpine village of Preddvor. The path then continues through the charming little villages of Zgornja Bela, Bašelj, Čadovlje and the mysterious village of Tatinec after which it was named. Relaxed cycling then goes past green pastures to Bobovek and the little lakes that emerged there centuries ago after clay was dug out of the ground, then past Ilovka and back to the Kokra River canyon and Kranj. 
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vessi80 wrote a review Jul 2018
North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom905 contributions324 helpful votes
It was Saturday so I decided not to gatecrash the wedding taking place in the Town Hall but returned after my visit to the Gorenska Museum in the Castle The staff here have mountains of knowledge between them and really made the visit special.Entrance included with the combi ticket. The Lojze Dolinar sculptures (generous donations by artist himself) downstairs are great. There's an archaeological section upstairs with jewellery to die for and some fine Roman pieces. The furniture and chests take you way back in time and the collection of beehive 'ends' was buzzing so to speak. From here, our member of staff guided me to the famous ossuary round the corner and her commentary really brought those bones back to life. Hvala Lepa!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Fraser81 wrote a review Jun 2017
St. Andrews, United Kingdom104 contributions62 helpful votes
Highly recommend visiting museum with lots of interesting exhibits (most have English explanation). A 7 Euro ticket allows you entrance to this, the Ossuary, Castle, and Preseren House.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Miha P wrote a review Feb 2017
Maribor, Slovenia8,797 contributions688 helpful votes
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Old Town Hall is the main building of the museum with different permanent and temporary collections. Their archeology is rich, their ethnology is average. Most interesting part of the building is main hall in the first floor. Better parts of the permanent collection are sculptures by Lojze Dolinar. Newest part of the exhibitions is presentation of sculptures, mainly animals of different authors.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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izif_37 wrote a review Jan 2017
Ljubljana, Slovenia2,831 contributions1,059 helpful votes
There are nicer old houses in town, but the town hall i more interesting for it's museum. Some colections are wort at least a short visit.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Aleksandar wrote a review Aug 2016
Belgrade, Serbia8,225 contributions1,747 helpful votes
Rather small building, but, on the other hand, Kranj is a small town as well. Nicely incorporated in the surroundings.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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