Rudnik District

This article is about the Rudnik District. For the former village of Rudnik, see Rudnik, Ljubljana.
Rudnik District
Četrtna skupnost Rudnik

Map of districts in Ljubljana. The Rudnik District is number 11.
Rudnik District

Location in Slovenia

Coordinates: 46°1′8.01″N 14°32′43.34″E / 46.0188917°N 14.5453722°E / 46.0188917; 14.5453722Coordinates: 46°1′8.01″N 14°32′43.34″E / 46.0188917°N 14.5453722°E / 46.0188917; 14.5453722
Country Slovenia
Traditional region Lower Carniola
Statistical region Central Slovenia
Municipality Ljubljana
  Total 25.48 km2 (9.84 sq mi)
Population (2014)
  Total 13,558

The Rudnik District (pronounced [ˈɾuːdnik], Slovene: Četrtna skupnost Rudnik), or simply Rudnik, is a district (mestna četrt) of the City Municipality of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is named after the former village of Rudnik.


The Rudnik District is bounded on the northwest by the Ljubljanica River, on the northeast by the crest of Golovec Hill, and on the south by the A2 Freeway and a line running through the Ljubljana Marsh. The district includes the former village of Rudnik and the marsh hamlets of Ilovica, Volar, Pri Strahu, Pri Maranzu, Kožuh, and Havptmance.


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