Žažar is a village in the hills southwest of Horjul in the Inner Carniola region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlet of Razpotje. Southwest of the settlement core is the Jevše Valley with a watering hole for livestock. The Trešnica Gorge and Gošava Spring lie northeast of the settlement core. The territory of the settlement includes the following hills: Koprivnik Hill (551 m), Babca Peak (Slovene: Babčin vrh, 503 m), Gradišče Hill (547 m), and Žažar Hill (447 m). There is an opening into 130-meter-long Pajsar Cave (Pajsarjeva jama) in the southern part of the settlement.

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