Rupnik Line was
built at Zaplana in the period before the Second World War. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia expected to be attacked by Italy and began to build a system of fortifications in the territory of western Slovenia. The line was named after the Yugoslav General of Slovenian descent, Leon
Rupnik. The Slovenian part of the defensive line, however, never participated in direct conflict. It was abandoned before the general Italian attacks due to the withdrawal of the Yugoslav army.
You can discover the
role and functioning of the bunkers if you take the thematic trail Rupnik
Line. You can even view the interior of some
path is pleasant and suitable for families. It is approximately 3 kilometers long and has 10 meters of altitude difference. Two benches along
the trail give you an opportunity to rest and admire the nature.
Another interesting fact - along the way there are five energy points.
Your starting point - Mesec Inn.