It was first presented by Slovene patriots/nationalists in Austro-Hungarian empire in 1848, as the tricolor of white, blue and red. The colors are reportedly taken from the crest of the land of Craina, that was the most "Slovene" of all Austrian lands. Nowdays Slovenia also covers parts of othe...
Slovenia is an independent country in Europe.
We are actually quite wealthy... GDP (PPP)2008 estimate-Total$59.413 billion (82nd)-Per capita$29,520 (30th)GDP (nominal)2008 estimate-Total$54.639 billion (69th)-Per capita$27,148 (31st)Gini (2007)28.4 (low)HDI (2007)▲ 0.929 (very high) (29th) By Wikipedia By information from World...
it was part of socialist Yugoslavia, so yes
Slovenia has a mountainous terrain and its extremes in elevation range between 2,864 meters at its highest point (Triglev) to sea level on the short Adriatic coastline. The country's only low lying areas apart from on the Adriatic coast are in the valleys of Rivers Sava and Drava.
Not united, but a part of a federation.
we have 4 holidays : autumn, winter, spring and summer holidays. the major ones are summer holidays which last for 2 months -from the end of june to august-
Prior to the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Slovenia had won 4 medals, all bronze. 3 of those medals were in alpine skiing and 1 was in ski jumping.
yes it does .the biggest ski jump in the whole world.
Slovenians or "Slovenci" in Slovenian language.
V mojih nebesih is a Slovenian equivalent of the title to the movie 'The Lovely Bones'.
Kje sta Morganova? is a Slovenian equivalent of the title to the movie 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?'
Volkodlak is a Slovenian equivalent to the title to the movie 'The Wolfman'.
A lot of Slovenians know some English, especially the younger generation. I have cousins in Slovenia and they can all speak to me in English very well. If you're ever stuck with a translation there's usually someone close by who can speak English, so no worries :)
the most loved sport in Slovenia is:football
Slovenia's imports include machinery and transport equipment, manufactured goods, chemicals, fuels and lubricants, and food.Slovenia's exports include electrical machinery, road vehicles, chemicals, and chemical products, footwear, furniture, food, and cigarettes. Tourism is also a major source of...
To take out the small stone in the shoe. It is a Slovenianexpression.
Slovenia has won the world cup once.
You say "adijo" or "nasvidenje" if it's more formal.
beacuse it is too reach! slovenia had to donate 1/4 of its GDP to kosovo, macedonia, serbia...
Slovenia is located just East of Italy. It is to the south of Austria and Northwest of Croatia. It lies on the Balkan Peninsula.
im from slovenia, you need 40 min to get from trieste to piran, and 2h to get from trieste to bled.
Including a change of trains in Munich, about 12½ hours.
Ivan Janša has been Prime Minister of Slovenia since February 2012. He was preceded by Borut Pahor.
The largest city in Slovenia is the capital, Ljubljana.
There are 600 islands in Slovenia
Coastal zones and plains, hills, mountains, rain forests and savannas make up Suriname's physical regions. Specifically, a physical region represents a distinct land form. Suriname's northernmost region is taken up by the country's more developed and populated coastal zone. Bordering this zone of...
1h 15min from Venice to the slovenian border.
No Slovenia hasn't gotten to the semi finals yet.
Pretty hot in summer, very cold in winter
Slovenian flag features three horizontal bands - at the top white, in the middle blue, and at the bottom red. Slovenian coat of arms is positioned in the upper side of the flag on the white and blue band. The coat of arms is a shield with the image of Mount Triglav (the highest peak in Slovenia)....
No Slovenia is a part of central Europe and it`s neighbours are Italy, Croatia, Austria and Hungary.Allthough it was a part of the former Yugoslavia and therefore considered a part of the Eastern block.
Slovenia has never won the World Cup or the European Championships.
The highest peak of Slovenia is Triglav at 2864 m.
Yes, it has some coastal areas.
Slovenia was part of the Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia for many decades before the 1990s.
The division of the world into three categories was used during the Cold War, so it is not directly applicable to the current political state of the world. At that time Slovenia was still part of Yugoslavia, one of the founding countries of the Non-Aligned Movement. By the original definition...
Slovenia has only ever qualified for the World Cup finals once, in 2002, where they failed to progress beyond the group stages.
As of 28th April 2010, Slovenia are 23rd in the FIFA Rankings
Valter Birsa. He is an attacking midfielder, and although he hasn't put up significant numbers for Slovenia in qualifying, he will definitely be their target man in South Africa. He plays for French Ligue 1 side Auxerre, and many attribute him for landing them in second spot in the league table.
Slovenia is an increasingly rapidly wealthy EU Member State. With a per capita measured in Nominal ($USD) terms at: $24,417 When measure in PPP (Purchasing Power Parity terms) the per capita for Slovenia is set at: $$28,118 Slovenia is expected to overtake Italy's declining wealth within the next...
The country of Austria. You missed out one country from your list, Austria is also bordered by Liechtenstein.
The name for the nation, Slovenes, was mentioned by a protestant priest and author Primoz Trubar in 1550s, describing the nation that lived in several different lands of the Austrian Empire. The origin of this name is not exactly known to me, but two possible origins spring to mind. The word is...
In Slovakia they speak Slovakian. In Slovenia they speak Slovenian. In border areas there are some people who speak other languages, for example Hungarian.
Four thousand two hundred thirty-four (4,234) is the air mileage from Ljubljana, Slovenia, to New York City, New York. That equals 6,813 kilometers or 3,679 nautical miles.
The Adriatic Sea, The Dava River, and The Sava river.
The driving distance from Venice, Italy to Ljubljana, Slovenia is151 miles / 243 km.
It's 11 hours, you have to change at Saltzberg Austria. You can get very cheap tickets if you buy in advance though.
Slovenia has never won the World Cup.
Danilo Turk is the current president of Slovenia.
Slovenia will be in their second World Cup in 2010.
Slovenia has both a Prime Minister and a president. In 2011, the Prime Minister of Slovenia is Borut Pahor, while Danilo Türk is the president of Slovenia in 2011.
Slovenia reached the World Cup finals in 2002. They will also be participating in 2010.
2010 will be their second appearance.
Because Slovenia is a great place..
Slovenia was not discovered, but formed in 1991.
Ljubljana is the capital city because is the biggest city in Slovenia.
The driving distance from Ljubljana, Slovenia to Prague, Czech Republic is about 719 km (447 miles).
NSK is only a art project.
Follow the river Danube to Belgrade, then turn to the river Sava, which will lead you to Slovenia.
Slovenia is a country, not a city. Its capital is Ljubljana.
Slovenia Currency Since January 1th 2007 the official Slovenia currency is Euro and Cent. Get here the most important facts about the actual and the former Slovenia currecies. 239,64 tolar for 1 Euro The new Slovenia currency was introduced with an official exchange rate of 239,64 tolar...
No. Slovenia has neither a king nor a queen.
Hannibal Lecter was raised in Lecter castle in Lithuania. The Novel 'Hannibal Rising' starts in 1941 when Hannibal was 8 years old. It is not mentioned if he was born there but he is of Lithuanian and Italian decent.
1991, it became independent when Yugoslavia breaked into 5 countries. They were solenvania, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Macedonia.
Roman Catholic - 57,8 % Undeclared - 22,8 % Atheist - 10,1 %Other - 9,3 %Source: Statistical office of the Republic of Slovenia
Slovenia have never been to a world cup, this is their first time .
Slovenia is the country itself, it does not contain any other countries.
Ljubljana has 258.873 citizens.
Slovenia has an area of 20,273 sq km.
9.0 births per 1000 persons...
Not always. In 2013 it was cold one day, hot another(very unusual). Weather changes. It's usually hot in June, July...nothing much. Use this link for your questions about weather in Slovenia. http://www.weather-forecast.com/locations/Ljubljana/forecasts/latest