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Atrans is the Roman name for Trojane, a town in Central Slovenia. It was on the border between Italy and the province of Noricum.

Ancient Romans built a road spanning Aquileia, Emona, Atrans and Celeia. This was a very important road, military, post and market place, and the town was surrounded by a defensive wall.

The archaeological remains of Atrans can be still seen.

External links[edit]

  • Občina LUKOVICA — has a short paragraph describing archeological finds at Atrans.

Coordinates: 46°11′18″N 14°53′2″E / 46.18833°N 14.88389°E / 46.18833; 14.88389