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Dovje - Mojstrana

During both world wars, royal hunting grounds were located in the Krma Valley which hosted numerous European royalty. The Yugoslavian king, Aleksander Karadjordević shot a white chamois here. According to hunting superstitions this constituted the last hunted prey. The beauty of the landscape was also admired by Prince Charles who rushed to the place in 1998.

Dovje and Mojstrana are villages which as twins always stick together but differ considerably in regard to temperament. Each on its own bank of the Sava River and located on the main traffic arteries through the Zgornjesavska Valley are starting points for discovering the Julian Alps and the Karavanke Mountains.The Mojstrana story began in the 14th century when the mining and ironworks trades began to develop, however nowadays the area is more known for numerous expert alpinists and skiers. Three breathtaking Alpine valleys lead from Mojstrana into the heart of the Julian Alps to the highest Slovene peak, Triglav (2864 m).

The Krma Valley offers alpinists the most facilitated access to Triglav and excellent terrain for skiing tours, the Kot Valley enchants with its peacefulness and remoteness in the shade of the northern wall of Rjavina while Vrata, according to Alja¸ the most beautiful valley in the world surprises with the powerful Triglav northern wall.

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