Slovenia Sečovlje Saltpans Museum

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Luka Esenko

About This Spot

The Sečovlje saltpans are the northernmost salt flats in the Mediterranean. The salt is produced in the traditional way based on a 700-year-old method that harmonizes man and nature. Over the centuries, a unique habitat has formed for halophytic plants and animals and migrating birds. The cultural heritage, which reflects centuries of work by saltmakers, is extremely rich. The museum is open in summer and it is also possible to witness the traditional way of collecting salt.

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