Cities near this range are Samobor, Jastrebarsko, and Ozalj in Croatia, and Novo Mesto, Brežice, and Kostanjevica na Krki in Slovenia.The range is on territory of four cities: The highest peak, Sveta Gera/Trdinov vrh, is subject to a border dispute between Croatia and Slovenia.
The situation became more complex when the dispute nearly derailed Croatia's application to join NATO.
It escalated further with Slovenia's blockade of Croatia's EU accession from December 2008 until September–October 2009, when Slovenia (a European Union member state) blocked the negotiation progress of Croatia (at the time an EU candidate state).
However, further escalation was prevented due to amicable diplomacy of the Croatian and Slovenian prime ministers Jadranka Kosor, and Borut Pahor.
There are more than 1,000 species of different plant life recorded in this area, some of which are strictly protected.
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Its northwesternmost part, named Gorjanci, lies in Slovenia.The highest peak of the range is Sveta Gera (Trdinov vrh) on the border between Croatia and Slovenia, being 1,178 m (3,865 ft) high.Since 1999, an area of the range in Croatia has been protected as the nature park Žumberak–Samobor Hills.Žumberak Mountains lie near and partly on the border between Croatia and Slovenia, which, mostly, passes through the highest parts of the massif.Croatian part of the mountain range is in Central Croatia, mostly in western part of Zagreb County and a smaller part is in Karlovac County.Slovene part belongs to the traditional region of Lower Carniola.