Most na Soči – Iron age powerhouse at artifical lake (11 people or more)

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Duration 1h 30m
Nr. of people 11 - 50

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About this walking tour

Let’s take a stroll around the peaceful artificial lake and talk about the splendor of iron age city and other traces time left in this settlement.

  • a walk around Most na Soči
  • learn interesting facts from various time periods, lots of visuals fo better immersion
From Bronze age first settlement to Iron age powerhouse

We start our tour on the confluence of Idrijca and Tolminka river, where Bronze age settlement was built. The settlement then grew into an Iron age powerhouse – it was bigger than the settlement today. This is one of the most important prehistoric sites in Europe – the finds here are named Sveta Lucija culture.

The remains of a Roman outpost

Because of its strategic location Romans also settled here – learn why they settled here and see the foundations of various roman houses while walking around Most na Soči.

The making of the artificial lake

Artificial lake was made in the times of Yugoslavia – you will learn what is its purpose, how the area looked before and what is its significance for local. Oh, and did you know that around the same time also the settlement’s name was changed because the government didn’t like religious sounding names? But that’s just the latest name change, through the centuries it changed its name (at least) 5 times…

Vibrant and rebellious legacy of Tone Kralj

Tone Kralj was an artist who did a lot of church renovations and paintings after WWI – and and because of the fascist oppression, he often hid some criticism of the regime in his paintings and tried to give Slovenes hope for a better tomorrow. We will admire his work in St. Lucy’s church and try to find some of these hidden symbols.