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The cave of King MatjažPeca (2126 m) is in the northern chain of the Eastern Karavanke and is the most extensive limestone mountain in the Meža valley. It is shaped like a high plateau, from which higher peaks project; the highest of them is Kordeževa glava (2126 m).

The mountain separates Podjuna from the Meža valley; and the border with Austria passes over it. There has been a mountain hostel on Mala Peca since 1928 (1665m), and by it, a chapel to Ciril and Methodius. In direct vicinity of the mountain hostel is the cave of King Matjaž. There is also a partially man-made gallery with a cavity in which there is a statue of the legendary King Matjaž. The cave is a well known historical monument.