The Triglav National Park has an important role to preserve cultural heritage as the foundation of sustainable tourism.
Man's presence in the alpine world changes the natural mountain landscape.
The architectural typology
The various types of vernacular architecture are based on people's experience. They are adapted to the natural conditions and locally available material is used for their construction.
Mining and Iron Industry
The first records of mining date back to the Iron Age period, the activity reached its peak in the Roman period and the Middle Ages.
The area of the Triglav National Park abounds in finds from various archeological periods.
Myths and legends
Mountains at the foot of Triglav are not only famous for their natural beauty but also for their wealth of folk tales, myths and legends.
Settlements in the park
In 2010, the Triglav National Park incorporated 33 settlements with a total population of 2,444 people.
Symbiosis of Man and Nature
Man is creating cultural landscape to live and survive.
The national park plays a vital role in the conservation of cultural heritage as a foundation of sustainable development.