sreda, 09. junij 2010

Planinsko polje


V nedeljo, preden sva obiskala volišče v Logatcu, sva čisto spontano naredila malo daljši ovinek in se zapeljala po Planinskem polju, ki naju vedno znova začara.

Logatec leži na kraškem področju in Planinsko polje, ki je razdeljeno med logaško, postojnsko in cerkniško občino, je edinstven kraški pojav. Občudujemo ga lahko prekritega s cvetočimi travniki in vijugasto Unico ali pa kot jezero, odvisno od letnega časa.

Res, da smo pri nas navajeni na zeleno barvo, ki nas povsod obdaja, pa vseeno sem vesela, da tega ne jemljem kot samoumevno. In kadarkoli se potikava naokoli, Miro navdušeno ponovi znameniti verz Lorce: »Verde que te quiero verde«.

Before visiting Logatec on Sunday we spontaneously took a turn and made a bit longer way across Planinsko polje, which never ceases to fascinate us.

A big part of Slovenia’s territory is karst. Simplified it means we have a lot of underworld, in fact just recently, last month, they found and registered 10.000th cave. If you take into account that Slovenia measures only about 20.000 square kilometres that’s a big number.
Some of the most famous caves are Postojnska jama and Škocjanske jame.

Logatec also lies on karst area, so there you can find a lot of caves and other karst phenomena. One of them is Planinsko polje, mentioned above. It’s a karst-field by Planina village, situated south-east of Logatec and it is divided between Logatec, Postojna and Cerknica municipalities.

On Planinsko polje there are sinkholes, another karst phenomenon. Depending on a season the field changes from a lake to meadows with a Unica river swirling through with all the picturesque stages in-between.

It is true that our country is all green, but I’m so glad that I don’t take this for granted. And whenever we are wandering around Miro enthusiastically repeats the famous Lorca’s verse: »Verde que te quiero verde«.


simpatične poti so naju vodile skozi čudovite prizore;
cute little roads led us through beautiful scenery:

pogled na Planinsko polje;
a view to Planinsko polje:

zabava na Unici;
party on Unica river:

kapela sv. Križa pri Planini;
chapel of st. Cross at Planina village:

pogled proti cerkvi sv. Marjete v Planini;
a view to the church of st. Margaret in Planina village:

maki s kapelo sv. Križa v ozadju;
poppies with a chapel of st. Cross in the background:

kraški požiralniki / karst sinkholes:

8 komentarjev:

  1. thanks for commenting so I could discover you! :) i love your blog and i kinda want to pack up everything and just move over there haha

    xoxo
    sara

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  2. Sara, no problem: just jump here since you'll be in Europe anyway, it's just around the corner! :)

    Thanks for visiting, too!

    OdgovoriIzbriši
  3. Lepo, da sta se šla potepati. :) Jaz se nikoli ne spomnim fotkati narave, vedno iščem kak objekt. Tisti mak je prav super.

    OdgovoriIzbriši
  4. Oh wow, wow, wow! I love hiking and exploring, and your country is just beautiful!! I am daydreaming just looking at the photos and links of the country side. What a glorious way to spend the day :)

    OdgovoriIzbriši
  5. Nataša: hehe, sem ravnokar videla tvoje fotke iz bele Ljubljane in so res povsod "objekti" gor :)
    Amapak prav nič narobe - super so!

    Diana: yes, gloriously HOT late afternoon! :))

    OdgovoriIzbriši
  6. what beautiful countryside! I've only travelled through Slovenia briefly, but I've been to Piran a few times, and it has to be one of the most magical places in the world! :)

    OdgovoriIzbriši
  7. Mimóza: yes, Piran is one of our turist jewels - really magical little town!

    OdgovoriIzbriši

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