Jable Castle (Slovene: Grad Jable) is a castle above the settlement of Jablje near Loka pri Mengšu, Slovenia. It is located at the western edge of the Mengeš plain. The original castle at Jablje was first mentioned in 13th century, while the current structure was built by the noble house of Lamberg around 1530.
A thorough renovation has been carried out between 1999 and 2006, and the castle was a major protocolary site ever since. Today it hosts the so-called Center for European Perspective (CEP), and is listed among Slovenia's cultural monuments.
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