Koroska region is situated in mountainous northern Slovenia along the Austrian border. It comprises heavily forested mountains and three narrow valleys along the Drava, Mislinja and Meza rivers. The highest mountain ranges are the Pohorje (with the highest peak, Crni vrh, at 1 543 m) and Kozjak ridges on the southern and northern side of the Drava valley. The region is divided among 12 municipalities, but due to its mountainous terrain and historical development, Koroska has no single regional centre. Instead, there is a local centre in each valley: Slovenj Gradec in the Mislinja valley, Dravograd in the Drava valley and Ravne na Koroskem in the Meza valley. Moreover, central functions are further dispersed among several other smaller towns.
Property for sale in Koroska region. Koroska region covers 5.1% of the national territory of mountainous land on the south-western edge of the Alps. It mostly consists of forested mountains belonging to the Central Alps, made of metamorphic and igneous rocks, with Kosenjak and Kozjak to the north of the Drava river, Strojna and Pohorje on its southern side. In the south-west, the region extends into the high Karavanke mountains with their imposing Peca limestone massif.
Most popular places to buy real-estate (flat, apartment, house, luxury villa, land or business/commercial property) in Koroska region are Dravograd, Radlje ob Dravi, Ravne na Koroskem, Slovenj Gradec, etc. The vast majority of the population lives in the three main valleys where all the towns are situated. Dravograd, Radlje ob Dravi) and Muta are in the Drava valley, Slovenj Gradec in the Mislinja valley and Ravne na Koroskem, Prevalje and Mezica in the Meza valley.
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