Metal flag on top of Aljazev Stolp pillar shows the year it was build on the top of Slovenian highest mountain Triglav (2864m). It was erected by Jakob Aljaz, a priest from Dovje village in Sava river valley, who was provoked by the forceful ‘germanization’ of Triglav and Slovenian part of Julian Alps. Today it is protected national historical monument.
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