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Kamnik-Savinja Alps

Veliki podi (~2200)

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Veliki podi (~ 2200 m) are about 50 hectares of extensive mountainous karst area in the cirque between Grintovec (2558 m) in the west, south under Mlinarsko sedlo (2334 m), Srednji vrh (2473 m), Štruca (2457 m), east of Skuta (2532 m) and Kogel (2100 m) in the southeast. East, south below Skuta and Rinkas, and west of Turska gora (2251 m) are Mali podi.

The landscape was named after the pavements that are characteristic of the area. Pavements were formed in the Pleistocene beneath the glacier. The water of the melting glacier melted the leveled limestone surface as the ice melted, rainfall acted on the surface and a rough surface was formed: pavements. In the pavements area also formed karst and other corrosive surface forms: limestone pavement, gutters, sinkholes and abysses.

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