1908 postcard of Kozina
|• Total||2.96 km2 (1.14 sq mi)|
|Elevation||492.7 m (1,616.5 ft)|
The village developed only after the railway was established; in 1825 there were only three houses in Kozina. It became an important center for teamsters, with twelve inns with stalls for teamsters' horses. Today it lies at the intersection of the Ljubljana–Koper freeway with the Trieste–Rijeka route.
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