Slovenia

Basic data

The president is Borut Pahor.  It has a population of around 2,050,189 million. The highest mountain is Triglav (2864m). The capital city is Ljubljana. Athem is Zdravljica(7 noun) written by France Prešeren. Original work:

 Žive naj vsi narodi,
ki hrepene dočakat’ dan,faksimile-zdravljice-8f
da koder sonce hodi,
prepir iz sveta bo pregnan,
da rojak
prost bo vsak,
ne vrag, le sosed bo mejak!

Translation:

God’s blessing on all nations,
Who long and work for that bright day,
When o’er earth’s habitations
No war, no strife shall hold its sway;
Who long to see
That all men free
No more shall foes, but neighbours be.

 The most used word is JE. More information can be found at Wikipedija.

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Location

Slovenia is a European country with a geographical location in the far north of the Mediterranean and in the extreme south of Central Europe.Slovenia borders Italy to the west, Austria in the north, to the northeast by Hungary and in the east and south with Croatia. It lies at the intersection of the Alpine, Mediterranean, Pannonian and Dinaric worlds.Area 20,273 km² ranks Slovenia among the medium-sized European country. Length of the state border is 1,382 km, of which 921 km of land, 413 km river and 48 km of sea border. Slovenian Adriatic coast is 46.6 km long.slovenia-map

Climate

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It is a mixture of influences of the Alpine, Mediterranean and continental climate. Precipitation decreases from west to east, from 2500 mm to 800 mm. Most rainfall then the mountainous northwest, where the wet weight of sea collide in the Julian Alps mountain divisions and high Dinaric plateaus. The amount of rainfall varies widely, and occasionally there is a drought, the autumn rain until the flood. These natural disasters cause great harm, especially due to the lack of adequate irrigation systems and reckless interventions into the environment (construction in flood areas, inadequate protection of settlements ).

Economy

Slovenia is an economically highly developed country. It is the most developed transition country with an old mining and industrial tradition and developed service industries. Agriculture is of minor importance, as it is processed only 12% of the surface. The tourism industry is an important seaside resorts (Piran, Portoroz, Izola, Koper, ), ski center (Maribor, Kranjska Gora, Rogla ) and Spa (Radenci, Moravske Toplice, Terme Catez, ).
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Delitev Slovenije

  1. Pomurska region
  2. Podravska region
  3. Koroška region
  4. Savinjska region
  5. Zasavskaregion
  6. Posavskaregion
  7. Jugovzhodna Slovenija
  8. Osrednjeslovenska region
  9. Gorenjska region
  10. Primorsko-notranjska region
  11. Goriška region
  12. Obalno – kraška regionStatistical_regions_of_Slovenia

History

The Slavic ancestors of today’s Slovenes were on Slovenian territory inhabited in the 6th century. In the 7th century, Carantania was formed, the first country of the Alpine Slavs. In 745, Carantania in exchange for defense against Obrom recognize Bavarian overlordship, while maintaining internal autonomy to the transformation of the Frankish county in 828. Probably in the 7th century on the territory of central Slovenia formed another Slavic tribal polity Carniola, which is in the 8th century also came within the scope of Franconian country. During the 8th century Salzburg and Aquileia began to spread Christianity.

Around the year 1000 they were written Freising Manuscripts, the first document written in Slovenian and Slavic first record in Latin. In the 14th century it belonged to the majority of today’s Slovenian territory in the possession of the Habsburgs, which later became the Habsburg Monarchy. Slovenian territory was divided into the Land of Carniola, Trieste, Istria, Gorizia, Carinthia and Styria.

With the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1918, the South Slavic nations of the former double the country on 29 October 1918 declared national freedom and the formation of an independent state of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs. The danger from Italy, which had occupied Primorska and Istria and parts of Dalmatia, and the pressures from the Serbs for unification into a common state are cause for 1 December 1918 merger Member SHS (Slovenes, Croats, Serbs) with the Kingdom of Serbia into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, which in 1929 was renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Kingdom of Yugoslavia during the 2nd World War disintegrated, the Slovenes joined the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, officially declared on 10 August 1945. The state has on 29 November 1945 was renamed the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia and later in 1963 in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Today Slovenia is based on the plebiscite decision declared its independence from Yugoslavia on 25 June 1991st