Livško is an area between the Soča and Nadiža basins. At the broad pass between Mt. Kolovrat (1243 m) and Mt. Matajur (1642 m) lie villages and hamlets with names Livek (695 m), Golobi, Šturmi, Plohi, Perati, Avsa, Piki, Jevšček and Livške Ravne (1043 m). Livek is settled in a shape of a funnel which is its geographical specificity. From prehistoric times Livek is encased by glacier, which has streched from Mt. Krn to the Livek pass all the way to Avsa where it has ended. In the past, the Livško mainly lived from farming and dairy production. Did you know that already in 1896, there were two dairies and that in 1970 Livek got even a "milk-pipe"? In a 5 km long pipe the milk from the village went twice a day straight to the Planika dairy in Kobarid. Interesting, right?
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