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Republic of Slovenia is a central European country that borders Italy, Croatia, Hungary and Austria.

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Slovenia and Croatia are neighbors, however they have a bad political relation due to some border issues. The Slovenian and Croatian people also generally don't seem to like each other, perhaps because there is some kind of competition between them. As right now the Slovenian Macro and Microeconomic…
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The capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana, which is also the biggest city in Slovenia.Ljubljana
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Florida is the American state closest to Cuba. There are many Cuban immigrants in Florida for this reason.
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"si" is the country internet code of Slovenia. you can find other code from the following links... http://ftp.ics.uci.edu/pub/websoft/wwwstat/country-codes.txt http://www.science.co.il/Internet-Codes.asp?s=internet
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Croatia gained independence through a long war with Yugoslavia.
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Borut Pahor is the President of Slovenia.Pahor became the fourth President of the Republic of Slovenia in 2012 December 22. He was previously the Prime Minister from 21 November 2008 to 10 February 2012.
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Slovenian. (Slovenščina) However, by law they are bilingual on the coast (Slovenian and Italian) and in the area near the Austrian border (Slovenian and German).During Tito's administration, the "unifying" language of the area was Serbo-Croatian, so all public schools in what is now (and was prior…
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They speak slovene
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Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (SHS) was established after the first world war in 1918, before that, Serbia was an independent kingdom, while Slovenia and Croatia were a part of Austro-Hungarian empire. So if you are referng to Lazar Kolisevski, who was born in 1914, he was born in kingdom of…
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A Slovenian.
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Slovenia is located in Europe. Slovenia is a member of the EU, and is a Central European Country. Slovenia is the western-most county of the Former Yugoslavia, and the western-most Balkan country. It borders Italy, Hungary, Austria, Croatia, and the Adriatic Sea. It achieved it's independence f…
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Italy is the only country that shares a border with all four of these countries.
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Most countries that broke away from the former Yugoslavia are small. Slovenia lost some of their theritory after the WW2.
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NSK isn't a real country. It's an art group that issues "passports" as a joke. You can't cross borders, get visas or live in Europe with an NSK passport.
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The latest census (June, 2006) set the population at 2,008,516 people. As of 1 January 2010, the population of Slovenia was estimated to be 2,054,480.
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1h 15min from Venice to the slovenian border.
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NSK is only a art project.
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Take a train from Venice Santa Lucia to Ljubljana. There are 2 a day and the journey is usually 4 hours. Alternatively take the train to Trieste in Italy and get the bus from there. There is even a better and quicker way. There exists Ferry Crossing Venice to Izola with the "Prince of Venice" and V…
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Yes. Only a personal ID is needed.
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Dar sirI need free visa to Slovenia
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January: januar = Ianus, Roman god February: februar = Roman purification feast March: marec = Mars, Roman god April: April = opening, Latin May: maj = Maia, Roman goddess June: junij = Iuno, Roman goddess July: julij = Iulius Caesar, Roman emperor August: avgust = Augustus, Roman emperor Se…
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Approx. 12.518 km.
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Euro.
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Slovenia uses the EURO since January 1th 2007 - before it was the TOLAR.
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The NSK passport is not a real passport. It is a type of "camouflage" passport and never intended to be a valid document for citizenship. Slovenia is not granting citizenship or passports for people other than Slovenians. NSK passport is not a valid document.
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No, Venice is known as "Queen of the Adriatic."
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Januar Februar Marec April Maj Junij Julij Avgust September Oktober November December
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It is same as you fly to Germany or France, because we are in EU, hope i helped :)
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The capitals: Slovenia - Ljubljana Croatia - Zagreb Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Montenegro - Podgorica Serbia - Belgrade Macedonia - Skopje
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Hungary, Austria, Italy, Croatia
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See the link below for the Government of Slovenia's web page for a list of all Slovenian embassies abroad. The only country list on the continent of Africa is Egypt. Also linked below are the web sites for the Permanent Mission of Slovenia to the United Nations in New York City and The Ministry of …
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Both countries are in the east of Europe. See the maps at the links below.
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Slovenia is in Europe. It is on the continent of Europe between Austria, Italy, Croatia and HungaryEurope.
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People in Slovenia eat food that is typical to the United States. They usually enjoy stews made of beef, pork, and poultry. They also eat a lot of onion and other vegetables.
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GDP (purchasing power parity):$54.67 billion (2007 est.) GDP (official exchange rate):$46.08 billion (2007 est.) GDP - real growth rate:6.1% (2007 est.) GDP - per capita (PPP):$27,200 (2007 est.) GDP - composition by sector:agriculture: 2%, industry: 34.4%, services: 63.5% (2007 est.)
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Kako ti je ime ? (translation) The above would be impolite, as by definition (i.e. you're asking the person's name), you don't know them and should therefore use the formal "Kako vam je ime?"
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Živjo ! ( Zhivio ! )
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Bled is one of the most beautiful tourist places in Slovenia . It is situated at the edge of the Triglav National Park . Bled is famous for its natural springs, thermal pools and invigorating climate.
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Mr Borut Miklavčič
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In Slovenia are normal European houses, apartment buildings
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Though Slovenia is a small country, rainfall varies significantly. At its western border with Italy, where southwesterly winds, bringing moisture from the Mediterranean across lowlands hit the Alpine barrier, average rainfall is above 3000 mm per year. In extreme cases, this region can get over 1000…
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Some of world famous: Lake Bled Triglav national park Caves of Skocjan Postojna Cave Predjama Castle Otocec Castle
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Slovenia has very diverse cuisine with strong influences from Italy (mediterranean cuisine), Austria (central European dishes and pastry), Hungary (strong flavoured Pannonian cuisine) and the Balkans (strong Tukish influence). While you might not try to make "Kranjska klobasa" (Carniolan sausage) by…
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No it is in Slovenia.
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Slovenian currency is EURO [€].
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Slovenia is a country in central Europe with a short coast (46km) on the Adriatic Sea. It is bordered by Austria to the north, Croatia in the south, Italy to the west and it shares a short border with Hungary to the northeast. In ancient times Illyrian and Celtic peoples inhabited the area, which w…
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Official language is Slovene. The vast majority of Slovenians speak Slovene. It's a Slavic language very similar to Croatian and Serbian and somewhat related to other Slavic languages like Polish and Russian. Second language for older people was Serbo-Croatian language, but for most population it's…
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Slovenia has 3 distinct regions: Mountainous/Alpine, continental and Mediteranean. Temperatures in the mountains are cold as in the rest of the European Alps. Temperatures in the continental region (most of the country) have cold winters (often below 0°c) and hot, often very hot summers (often ab…
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The climate in Slovenia is alpine, continental and mediterranean
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Slovenia joined the European Union on the 1st of May 2004.
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With popular elections, where he must get at least one vote more than 50% of all the votes. If no candidate gets a majority in the first election circle, only two candidates that got the greatest number of votes compete in the second circle, and people choose between them. President is elected for 5…
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Laethanta saoire in Éirinn agus sa tSlóivéin
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Slovenia is north of the Adriatic Sea, from which it is almost entirely separated by Italy and (on the Istrian peninsula) by Croatia. Its coastline is actually on the Gulf of Venice, with the port of Koper only 9 miles (15 km) from Trieste, now part of Italy.
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The closest American state in size is New Jersey.
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According to the most popular and belivable theory these colors don't have a special meaning, they were taken from the crest of Carniola, an Austrian dutchy that is now a part of Slovenia. The crest of Carniola was a white shield, and on it a blue eagle with red decorations (I think these were the c…
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Ljubljana
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I don't think Slovenia has an embassy in Nigeria, but you could email their Foreign Ministry to find out the nearest one. They probably arranged for another EU country to handle visas for them, but you need to ask which one. http://www.mzz.gov.si/en/embassies_diplomatic_missions_and_consulates_gene…
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VISA: For foreign citizens Visa is required. Exception: - visa is not required for holders of diplomatic and service passports up to 120 days (Official Gazette RS No.65/93). Visa applicants can apply for visa at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany P.O. Box 2023 Pretoria 0001 Tel:…
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Grandmother in Slovene is 'babica' [BAH-bee-tsah]. The words 'oma' and 'stara mama' are also used, but less often.
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The warmest month of Slovenia is July. During this time in Slovenia the average temperature is 21 C°. The coldest month is January, with an average national daytime temperature of - 2 C°. Most of the rain falls in March and April and then again in October and November.
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If you want to apply for a NSK passport: The NSK passport is not a real passport. It is a type of "camouflage" passport and never intended to be a valid document for citizenship. Slovenia is not granting citizenship or passports for people other than Slovenians.
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Slovenia
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People in Slovenia wear normal clothes, like in any other European county! casual
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Slovenia adopted the Euro as its currency on the 1st of January 2007. Slovenia had joined the European Union on the 1st of May 2004.
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Slovenia is a country in Europe.
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Yes, Slovenia has both a president and prime minister. In 2011, the Prime Minister of Slovenia is Borut Pahor, while Danilo Türk is the president of Slovenia in 2011.
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The extension of the Mediterranean in question is the Adriatic Sea.
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Euros. Slovenia is in the European Union.
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Slovenia as a country never existed before 1991 and it was always a republic. Before that Slovenia was a part of:1945 - 1991 Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (known at some time as Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) - RepublicIn SFRY Slovenia was one of 6 parts of the federation - S…
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Answer is for the name Betty - Betka - short for Elizabeta (Elisabeth)
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Kako ti je ime
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Slovenian Language
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Yes Slovenians are cool and everybody loves them
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They speak Slovenian, and Serbo-Croatian
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Most of the country is like the north of Italy, south of France and northern Spain. Alpine parts of Slovenia will obviously be colder. I live in Slovenia and there it's perfect weather! :D At the winter, ussualy snowing, at the summer it's hot. It's somethink like Italy or Croatia or Germany or Au…
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Slovenia: A little (currently border disputes with Croatia). Croatia: A lot Macedonia: None Bosnia and Herzegovina: A tiny bit (which actually breaks Croatia into two parts, so that the area around the town of Dubrovnik is technically an exclave).
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Parliamentary republic with democracy.
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Parliamentary republic.
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they wear shalwar and kameez....and kurtas for styleee
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Yes ! See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schengen_Area
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Before 1918: Austro Hungarian Empire 1918-1941: Most of it in Kingodm of Yugoslavia, western area was a part of Italy 1941-1945: Devided between Gemany, Italy and Hungary 1945-1991: A part of Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (right after the war known as People's Federative Republic …
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Slovenia is located in central Europe and shares boundaries with Austria (north), Hungary (east), Croatia (south), and Italy (west). It has a small coastal area in the southwest region, which borders the Adriatic Sea. Famous foods in Slovenia include... Austria, located north of present-day Slovenia…
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Try www.email.si which offers a free service like Gmail and Hotmail. I think the sign-up page and everything is written in Slovene so just click on the 'Registraj' button and enter the details.
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You say: dober dan
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carnatoin
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Dobrodošel (you say it to 1 man), dobrodošla (to 1 woman), dobrodošla (2 men or 1 man and 1 woman), dobrodošli (2 women), dobrodošli (3 or more people, at least one of them is a man), dobrodošle (3 or more women, no man) ... complicated ;) generally it's translated as "Dobrodošli!"
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The Lipizzaner, Proteus, Lynx and Alpine Ibex are the national animals of Slovenia.The Lipizzaner, Proteus, Lynx and Alpine Ibex are the national animals of Slovenia.
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I think you can....but only at Bank of Slovenia.
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