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 ===== Primorsko-notranjska statistical region, Slovenia ===== ===== Primorsko-notranjska statistical region, Slovenia =====
  
-NUTS 3 – Primorsko-notranjska statistical region lies in the southern part of Slovenia. According to self-assessment of satisfaction with life here live one of the happiest people in Slovenia. Region has 52,538 inhabitants and stretches over 1,456 km2. It is one of the smallest regions in Slovenia. The region comprises an area of six municipalities. It is predominantly rural region with the lowest population density in the country - 36 inhab./km2.+NUTS 3 – Primorsko-notranjska statistical region lies in the southern part of Slovenia. According to self-assessment of satisfaction with life here live one of the happiest people in Slovenia. Region has 52,538 inhabitants and stretches over 1,456 km2. It is one of the smallest regions in Slovenia. The region comprises an area of six municipalities: Bloke, Cerknica, Loška Dolina, Ilirska Bistrica, Pivka and Postojna. It is predominantly rural region with the lowest population density in the country - 36 inhab./km2.
  
 This region is part of Alpine biogeographical region and a part of Dinaric landscapes that consist of two subtypes: Dinaric plateaus and Dinaric lowlands. Sedimentary rocks known as limestone and dolomite led to special shapes created by waters in the fusible stone – karst phenomena (karst caves, potholes, karst springs, disappearing lakes, original karst poljes, sinkholes). Influence of men caused diverse cultural landscape - clustered villages, churches, mills, sawmills, stone crosses and preserved castles (castle Predjama). This region is part of Alpine biogeographical region and a part of Dinaric landscapes that consist of two subtypes: Dinaric plateaus and Dinaric lowlands. Sedimentary rocks known as limestone and dolomite led to special shapes created by waters in the fusible stone – karst phenomena (karst caves, potholes, karst springs, disappearing lakes, original karst poljes, sinkholes). Influence of men caused diverse cultural landscape - clustered villages, churches, mills, sawmills, stone crosses and preserved castles (castle Predjama).
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