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The truncated province of Koroška is essentially just three valleys bounded by the Pohorje Massif on the east; the last of the Karavanke peaks, Mt Peca, on the west; and the hills of Kobansko to the north. The Drava Valley runs east to west and includes the towns of Dravograd, Muta and Vuzenica.
Slovenj Gradec isn't the ‘capital’ of Koroška – that distinction goes to the industrial centre of Ravne na Koroškem to the northwest – but it is certainly the province’s cultural and recreational heart. A large number of museums, galleries and historical churches line its main square, while the sporting opportunities in the Pohorje Massif to the east are many.