Klanec pri Komnu
Those who had been in Klanec know why the village bears this name (klanec means rising and falling road), because the road literaly falls down to the village. Klanec is a small nucleated settlement on the south-western part of the Komen Karst. It is 5 kilometres away from Komen.
Exact data about the development of the village is not known. The first information about its inhabitation date back to the second half of the 18th century. The village suffered great attrocities during World War I, when its inhabitants were exiled and the houses were badly damaged because of the proximity of the Isonzo Front. In World War II different organizations of the Resistance Movement had their headquarters here.
Although the village is small, it has nicely arranged villages centre where you can see a pil and a monument from the First World War, dedicated to Hungarian soldiers.
Name of the people who live in Klanec: Klančani, number of inhabitants: 45 (year 2015). The village is situated 160 metres above sea-level.
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