Triglav

==Name== Various names have been used for the mountain through history. An old map from 1567 named it Ocra mons, whereas Johann Weikhard von Valvasor named it Krma in the second half of the 17th century. According to the German mountaineer and professor Adolf Gstirner, the name Triglav first appeared in written sources as Terglau in 1452, but the ...
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Triglav

[computer] Triglav was a computer from Slovenia developed in the 1980s and manufactured by Iskra Delta. It had options for three different central processing units (DC J11-AC, Intel iAPX 80286 and Motorola MC 68010) and could therefore run several different operating systems that were popular at the time (such as XENIX, OS-9, MS-DOS and RMX...
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Triglav

[mythology] Triglav (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovenian and Serbian Latin: Triglav; Ukrainian, Russian, Macedonian, Bulgarian and Serbian Cyrillic: Триглав; Czech and Slovak: Trihlav; Trygław, Trzygłów; Belarusian:Трыглаў) (meaning `three headed`) also sometimes called troglav is a deity in Slavic mythology. Mount Triglav, the hi...
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Triglav

mountain peak, the highest (9,396 feet [2,864 m]) of Slovenia and of the Julian Alps, situated 40 miles (64 km) northwest of the city of Ljubljana. ... [4 related articles]
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Triglav

Triglav (trē'gläv) , peak, 9,392 ft (2,863 m) high, Slovenia, in the Julian Alps, near the Italian and Austrian borders. It is the Julian Alps' highest peak.
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