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Ludranski Vrh

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Country  Slovenia
Statistical region  Carintha
Area  18.92 km²
Population  84 (2002)
Traditional region  Carinthia
Elevation  1,039 m
Local time  Tuesday 6:22 PM
Municipality  Črna na Koroškem
Ludranski Vrh
Weather  7°C, Wind N at 5 km/h, 45% Humidity

Ludranski Vrh ([ˈluːdɾanski ˈʋəɾx]) is a dispersed settlement in the hills south of Črna na Koroškem in the Carinthia region in northern Slovenia.

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Map of 2393 Ludranski Vrh, Slovenia

Name

The name Ludranski Vrh is believed to be a corruption of Luteranski Vrh (literally, 'Lutheran Peak'). In the past, there were many Lutherans living in the area around Črna na Koroškem.

Najevnik Linden Tree

The Najevnik Linden Tree (Slovene: Najevska lipa, Najevnikov lipovec) in Ludranski Vrh, an about 700 years old Tilia cordata, is the tree with the largest girth in Slovenia (10.70 meters; its height is 24 m). The tree is named after the Najevnik Farm. It is a prominent veteran tree reminiscent of the Ottoman invasions and the legendary King Matjaž. It is a place of cultural events, and every July or June a national meeting of Slovene politicians takes place under it.

References

Ludranski Vrh Wikipedia


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