It is a chapel of ease belonging to the Parish of Orajevni pri Cerknici. It now a hamlet of the village of Letenice. Zavod SR Slovenije za statistiko, p. Krajevni leksikon Slovenijevol.
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Edit Bokalce Castle, main facade Name Edit The estate was attested in written sources in as Wokhauez and as Bokaliz in , and Wokhalez in The modern Slovene name a feminine plural was originally an accusative plural form of the surname Bokal.
The origin of the surname is unknown. It could be the result of metathesis of the surname Kobal, derived from Italian Cavallo. As early as the 12th century, the site was occupied by a fortification belonging to the noble Eghk family. From to the first half of the 17th century, the castle was owned by the Diennersberg family; from to , both it and the surrounding estate belonged to the counts Lamberg. In the estate was reunited. As foreign-held property, the provisional government of Yugoslavia declared sequestration of the estate in , lasting until After World War II , the castle was nationalized.
It is currently rather badly decayed, and serves as an apartment building. Vienna: C. Ljubljana: Modrijan. Ljubljana: Zveza za tujski promet za Slovenijo, p. Krajevni leksikon Slovenije, vol.
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