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Jeruzalem in Slovenia
Slovenia
Jeruzalem is part of the Slovenian region Prlekija. The hilly Jeruzalem is well known for its vineyards on terraces, where high quality white wine is produced. A drive on the wine road in fall rewards with amazing colourful views over most of the near and far region. Up on the hill is the church of the Sad Mother of God and the mansion Dvorec Jeruzalem, offering culinary pampering and overnight accommodation.
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