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Hidden in an small canyon, this clandestine hospital treated wounded Partisan soldiers during WO II. The mortality rate was only 10 %, which is amazing considering the very limited medical resources they had. In every cabin you find good information and moving stories, which bring...More
In light of what’s happening in the world at the moment, this site is an uplifting reminder of how resilient humans can be to fascism. An added bonus is the beauty of the setting. This is only one of many partisan hospitals in Slovenia, most...More
History lesson in Slovenia, which I found very interesting. To get there was rather difficult because of the hard terrain. But on the other hand breathtaking views . Fascinating gorge . Inbetween two rough walls is hidden the pearl of human resistance and the story...More
Former partisan hospital is till hidden in picturesque gorge with some small waterfalls and vivid creek. Path is partly new, protected and even families can walk up to the part with barracks and museum presentation. You will pay small entrance fee and get a leaflet...More
The hike to the Partizan Hospital Franja goes trough a difficult terrain that provided a natural safety feature to the wounded partisans and people caring for them. You learn along the way what safety measures have been necessary in order to keep the location secret...More
Once upon a time, during cruel times, in a steep, damp gorge, suffering people were hid by humans from anti-humanity. With the help from the locals and a lot of hard work and personal sacrifice, the humans build a community and organised themselves in a...More
It's amazing experience. When you visit hospital wooden buildings you think "how they did it?". How did they build them in this narrow gorge, under the river? The hospital has an amazing history It was never discovered by Germans. Over 500 severely wounded partisans were...More
Who knew that a war time hospital hidden in a river gorge could be so fascinating? The climb up the river is moderately difficult, and most of the site was rebuilt after floods, but it still manages to offer a sense of what it was...More
There were people who had harts and spirit to help others. This hospital is a tribute to those people who think of others first and then after themselves. The location is very nice for a walk and is necessary to be visited if you want...More
This was our second visit, we returned with our daughter and her friend. Visiting this place evokes many emotions. It gives one an understanding of the hardships, dangers as well as camaraderie during the war.
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Hello yes you can have a guided tour but I don't know if they do it for individuals (I saw on web site published 2015 that they do tour for min 50 guest and it took 1.5 hour) I was there and you can do the trip alone, all... More
Hello yes you can have a guided tour but I don't know if they do it for individuals (I saw on web site published 2015 that they do tour for min 50 guest and it took 1.5 hour) I was there and you can do the trip alone, all around the place you have posters in English and they lead you very good true the valley. Very nice place really I advise to visit it