The road from Kranjska Gora to the pass, some 20+ switchbacks on each side over the alps, was built by Russian prisoners of war in WW1. It's a fantastic piece of engineering using cobblestone. It's a pleasure to drive, and an insight into a little known piece of war history. The hike at the top along the crest of the alps is truly a wonderful botanical and sightseeing experience. There's a small fee for parking at the top of the road.
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