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Bled Castle

The oldest castle in Slovenia according to written records, first mentioned in writing in 1011; castle printing works, castle forge, cellar, museum, chapel, numerous events. Bled Castle is  connected to the Legend of the widow Poliksena who is "responsible" for the Lake Bled wishing bell.

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CASTLE OF ŠKOFJA LOKA

The mighty castle of Škofja Loka, which towers above the town, nowadays houses the Loka Museum, in which there are rich ethnological, historical, archaeological and history of art collections.

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Khislstein Castle

The renovated Khislstein Castle and its gardens dominate the extreme end of Kranj’s Old Town. The castle dating back to the 13th century now houses the exhibitions of the Museum of Gorenjska, in particular the Beautiful Gorenjska exhibition that takes visitors from the early Middle Ages to the near past.

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Strmol Castle

Strmol Castle ranks among Slovenia’s oldest and best preserved castles, and is one of the few that still contains original furniture. A special attraction of the castle is Ksenija Hribar’s stuffed pet – a crocodile she used to take for walks in Ljubljana’s Tivoli Park.

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KAMEN CASTLE

The ruins of the Kamen Castle with the preserved Roman tower, which can be climbed; there is a footpath through the castle premises.

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Radovljica Mansion

The Radovljica Mansion in the Old Town is an example of a beautiful Baroque manor. The mansion houses collections of the Radovljica Museums as well as the Baroque Hall where concerts, receptions and weddings are held.

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Zois’ Manor

Zois' Manor in Bohinjska Bistrica was a residential and administrative building of iron industrialists. The tower clock in the park near the mansion was built by Baron Žiga Zois to ensure that iron foundry workers would come to work on time.

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