The structure is a replica of an alpine shelter built in 1936 Triglav National Park for visitors to observe

Slovenia’s Triglav National Park has a lot to offer. There are hundreds of beautiful hikes, colorful river views, wildlife sightings, ski slopes, waterfalls, gorges, mountains, and more to contribute to the striking beauty of the national park. It’s one of Slovenia’s many incredible attractions, serving as an excellent stop for both education and recreation.

It has recently received a somewhat new historic structure to add to its beauty: a bell-shaped alpine structure that’s a very close replica of an original structure built in 1936 by mountaineer Karlo Korenini. 80 years later, the structure stands proudly as a tribute to its predecessors.

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