The Municipality of Idrija covers an area of 293 sq km and has 12,000 residents. It spans the upper river basin of the Idrijca and the picturesque mountains, representing a transition between the subalpine and karst regions. A half millennium of mining mercury in Idrija and its surroundings left an exceptionally rich heritage of technical, cultural, and historical monuments and points of interest available to visitors as museum displays. Among the ethnological attractions, Idrija bobbin lace is particularly outstanding and ranks Idrija among the most eminent European centers of this valuable folk art.
Find property for sale in Idrija. Also rich and diverse is the traditional local cuisine in which the foremost place belongs to the delicacy popularly known as "idrijski žlikrofi", a type of ravioli stuffed with potato and chives. Get your own real-estate (house, flat, apartment, land or commercial property) in Idrija.
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