Rozanec is situated to the north of the city of Crnomelj, in the White Carniola region.
The significance of this place is related to the ancient god Mithra’s relief. His image was engraved on the wall in an abandoned quarry. It shows a young man killing a bull. Sculpture is now partially destroyed, because most of the local population for a long time believed that under the rock a golden calf may be hidden. Today the place is preserved through Bela Krajina Museum based in the Metlika castle and it is an essential site in southern Slovenia.

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