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Jožefov hrib
Slovenia

V spomin na Gojmira Mlakarja - napis na spominskem obeležju

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Zemljepisna

širina 36-13' 38"

dolžina 15-16' 57"

nadm. višina 299 m

IN MEMORIAM

GOJMIR MLAKAR

dipl. ing. geodezije

30.9.1934  16.5.1996

Odločilno je pripomogel Jožefovemu hribu vrniti tristo let staro ime.

Z ljubeznijo do stroke in do domovine je postavljal temelje sodobni geodeziji,

kot osnovi za neokrnjenost posestnih in državnih meja mlade države .

Društvo civilna družba Celje ustanovnemu članu

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Video o nastajanju te panorame : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln04JA8IOJ0

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