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Gornja Radgona Občina Gornja Radgona —  Town and Municipality  — Areal photo of Gornja Radgona shot from nearby Austria Location of the Municipality of Gornja Radgona in Slovenia Gornja Radgona Location of the Town of Gornja Radgona in Slovenia Coordinates: 46°40′N 16°00′E / 46.667°N 16°E / 46.667; 16Coordinates: 46°40′N 16°00′E / 46.667°N 16°E / 46.667; 16 Country  Slovenia Government  - Mayor Anton Kampuš Area  - Total 128.1 km2 (49.5 sq mi) Population (2002)[1]  - Total 12,416  - Density 96.9/km2 (251/sq mi) Time zone CET (UTC+01)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+02) Gornja Radgona (German: Oberradkersburg Prekmurian: Gorenja Radgonja, Hungarian: Felsőregede) is one of the municipalities and a town in Slovenia. Once it was a defensive stronghold for today's regional centre and its twin city, Bad Radkersburg, on the other side of the river Mura in Austria. The towns were split in 1919 when the state of Styria was divided between Austria and Slovenia. After that they developed separately, and Gornja Radgona grew into a new town centre.[2] Contents 1 History 2 Economy 3 References 4 External links History Traces of Neolithic settlement on Castle Hill attest to settlement during the Urnfield culture. Later finds indicate that there may have been a small Roman settlement here. The Parish of Gornja Radgona belonged to the Diocese of Salzburg and was founded under the Spanheims in the first half of the 12th century. The Parish Church in Gornja Radgona is dedicated to Saint Peter and was built in 1813 and extended in 1890.[3] The history of Gornja Radgona itself reaches back to the 12th century, when a settlement was established beneath Ratigoj Castle. King Albert I of Habsburg founded today’s Radkersburg on an island in the Mura River, and it was mentioned as a market in 1265 and as a town in 1299. Eventually the old settlement turned into a suburb of the town. Gornja Radgona was built on the slope of Castle Hill (265 m) and the tip of the Slovenske Gorice hills that separates the Apače Basin from the Mura Basin. Because of its important location on the Mura River, in the 12th and 13th centuries Gornja Radgona and Radkersburg suffered multiple attacks by the Hungarians and, in the 15th and 16th centuries, attacks by the Ottoman Turks. In the early 18th century, peasant rebellions were a major problem. In 1605 the Mura flooded, causing great damage to Gornja Radgona and Radkersberg, and nearly every generation experienced the plague. The worst outbreak was in 1680, and left many houses without occupants. Gornja Radgona received market rights in 1907, and town status after World War II. Prior to 1918 it was administratively connected with Radkersburg. In February 1929, exceptionally cold weather caused ice to accumulate against the old wooden bridge between Gornja Radona and Radkersburg, destroying it. A new wooden bridge was not built until 1932. The favorable geographical location and economic contacts (including joint cooperation in preventing flood and fires, and important transport links) resulted in the joint construction of a new bridge. The bridge was ceremoniously opened on 12 October 1968 by Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito and Austrian President Franz Jonas. During the Ten-Day War for Slovenia’s independence in 1991, major fighting occurred at the Gornja Radgona border crossing. Economy Gornja Radgona is also known as a host of international fair events that are organized by Pomurski sejem d.d. The most known is the International Agricultural - Food fair, that is held every year and is visited by over 120.000 people. Gornja Radgona is known also for it's good wines. References ^ Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, census of 2002 ^ Gornja Radgona Municipality site ^ Slovenian Ministry of Culture register of national heritage reference number 2989 External links Gornja Radgona Municipality site Gornja Radgona on Geopedia Pomurski sejem d.d. - International fair events v · d · eGornja Radgona Towns and villages Administrative centre: Gornja Radgona, Aženski Vrh, Črešnjevci, Gornji Ivanjci, Hercegovščak, Ivanjski Vrh, Ivanjševci ob Ščavnici, Ivanjševski Vrh, Kunova, Lastomerci, Lokavci, Lomanoše, Mele, Negova, Norički Vrh, Očeslavci, Orehovci, Orehovski Vrh, Plitvički Vrh, Podgrad, Police, Ptujska Cesta, Radvenci, Rodmošci, Spodnja Ščavnica, Spodnji Ivanjci, Stavešinci, Stavešinski Vrh, Zagajski Vrh, Zbigovci Landmarks Gornja Radgona railway station, Radgona Castle, Radgona museum, Negova Castle, Kunej Mansion v · d · eMunicipalities of Slovenia Urban Celje · Koper · Kranj · Ljubljana · Maribor · Murska Sobota · Nova Gorica · Novo Mesto · Ptuj · Slovenj Gradec · Velenje Non-urban Ajdovščina · Apače · Beltinci · Benedikt · Bistrica ob Sotli · Bled · Bloke · Bohinj · Borovnica · Bovec · Braslovče · Brda · Brežice · Brezovica · Cankova · Cerklje na Gorenjskem · Cerknica · Cerkno · Cerkvenjak · Cirkulane · Črenšovci · Črna na Koroškem · Črnomelj · Destrnik · Divača · Dobje · Dobrepolje · Dobrna · Dobrova-Polhov Gradec · Dobrovnik · Dol pri Ljubljani · Dolenjske Toplice · Domžale · Dornava · Dravograd · Duplek · Gorenja vas-Poljane · Gorišnica · Gorje · Gornja Radgona · Gornji Grad · Gornji Petrovci · Grad · Grosuplje · Hajdina · Hoče-Slivnica · Hodoš · Horjul · Hrastnik · Hrpelje-Kozina · Idrija · Ig · Ilirska Bistrica · Ivančna Gorica · Izola · Jesenice · Jezersko · Juršinci · Kamnik · Kanal ob Soči · Kidričevo · Kobarid · Kobilje · Kočevje · Komen · Komenda · Kostanjevica na Krki · Kostel · Kozje · Kranjska Gora · Križevci · Krško · Kungota · Kuzma · Laško · Lenart · Lendava · Litija · Ljubno · Ljutomer · Log-Dragomer · Logatec · Loška dolina · Loški Potok · Lovrenc na Pohorju · Luče · Lukovica · Majšperk · Makole · Markovci · Medvode · Mengeš · Metlika · Mežica · Miklavž na Dravskem polju · Miren-Kostanjevica · Mirna · Mirna Peč · Mislinja · Mokronog-Trebelno · Moravče · Moravske Toplice · Mozirje · Muta · Naklo · Nazarje · Odranci · Oplotnica · Ormož · Osilnica · Pesnica · Piran · Pivka · Podčetrtek · Podlehnik · Podvelka · Poljčane · Polzela · Postojna · Prebold · Preddvor · Prevalje · Puconci · Rače-Fram · Radeče · Radenci · Radlje ob Dravi · Radovljica · Ravne na Koroškem · Razkrižje · Rečica ob Savinji · Renče-Vogrsko · Ribnica · Ribnica na Pohorju · Rogaška Slatina · Rogašovci · Rogatec · Ruše · Šalovci · Selnica ob Dravi · Semič · Šempeter-Vrtojba · Šenčur · Šentilj · Šentjernej · Šentjur · Šentrupert · Sevnica · Sežana · Škocjan · Škofja Loka · Škofljica · Slovenska Bistrica · Slovenske Konjice · Šmarje pri Jelšah · Šmarješke Toplice · Šmartno pri Litiji · Šmartno ob Paki · Sodražica · Solčava · Šoštanj · Središče ob Dravi · Starše · Štore · Straža · Sveta Ana · Sveta Trojica v Slovenskih goricah · Sveti Andraž v Slovenskih goricah · Sveti Jurij ob Ščavnici · Sveti Jurij v Slovenskih goricah · Sveti Tomaž · Tabor · Tišina · Tolmin · Trbovlje · Trebnje · Trnovska vas · Tržič · Trzin · Turnišče · Velika Polana · Velike Lašče · Veržej · Videm · Vipava · Vitanje · Vodice · Vojnik · Vransko · Vrhnika · Vuzenica · Zagorje ob Savi · Žalec · Zavrč · Železniki · Žetale · Žiri · Žirovnica · Zreče · Žužemberk