The church and transmitter at the top of Kum
|Elevation||1,220 m (4,000 ft) |
|Parent range||Sava Hills|
Kum (pronounced [ˈkuːm]; German: Kumberg) is the highest peak in the Slovenian Sava Hills. Its summit is at 1,220 m above sea level. The mountain is also called the "Sava Triglav" because it is the highest peak in the region. There are a number of structures at the summit, notably a church dedicated to Saint Agnes from the 17th century and a transmitter. It belongs to the settlement of Ključevica.
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