Municipality of Grosuplje is a medium-sized Slovenian municipality located on the southeast edge of the Slovenian capital. It spreads on 134 km2 and has a population of 20,284 inhabitants. It is known primarily for its rich cultural and historical heritage and with developed craft and industry, a city, which is only a twenty minute drive from Ljubljana and along the highway towards Zagreb.
The municipality covers Grosupeljska valley, which consists of Šmarska Valley, Grosupeljsko and Radensko field and the surrounding hills, which are characterized by many small valleys and karst fields. Except Kucelj, which is 743 meters high, no hill exceeds 700 meters in height, and the difference between the basin bottom and the tops of hills barely exceeds 300 meters in a few places.
The settlement of Grosuplje today is the administrative, economic and traffic center. Just over a century ago, the main center in Grosuplje basin was Šmarje, only Škocjanski hills had a church and partly economic centre in Škocjan - the latter was also associated with Turjak and Velike Lašče.
Spatial data on the municipality can also be viewed on the website of the Spatial Information System for Municipalities PISO.
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