Is Slovakia hot?
Summers in Slovakia can get pretty hot. In the month of July, temperatures regularly reach 86 degrees or above. The climate in Slovakia can be unpredictable, so be sure to pack a variety of clothing.
Slovakia is the state located in central Europe (capital Bratislava), and was established after Czechoslovakia split off January 1, 1993.In the middle, it's between Czech republic, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Austria.
Answer . The 2006 estimated population of Slovakia was 5,391,000 which was down from the 2005 estimate of 5,431,000.
warm summers highs of 30+ degrees cold winters lows of -10 to -15 degrees mild in between and quite dry
As of 2001 (last census) almost 69% of Slovakians declared themselves Roman Catholic. to see a breakdown of the rest of the results, visit the related link, "Religion in Slovakia."
Slovakia is a country. the actual word in slovak language 'Slovakia' does not mean anything,but in English its a name of the country. Slovakia is a name of the country.
Slovakia is located in the continent of Europe . It's located in Central Europe, bordering with Czech Republic,Austria, Poland, Hungary and Ukraine.
The highest mountain range in Slovakia are the Tatra Mountains. Thehighest point on these mountains is Gerlach Peak which is 1,500kilometers tall.
Croatia was part of Yugoslavia till the early 1990s. (Slovakia is to the north of Hungary).
The president is independent Andrej Kiska, defeating Prime MinisterRobert Fico in run-off of presidential elections in 2014. Hispredecessor Ivan GaÅ¡paroviÄ, could not run for a third term. As of 2012, Robert Fico's social democratic party SMER-SD, leads asingle-party government. Next parliamen…tary elections are to beheld in March 2016. The speaker of the parliament, since 2014, ismember of SMER-SD, Peter Pellegrini. The current president is Ivan GaÅ¡paroviÄ The current leader of Slovakia is Ivan Gasparovic. (MORE)
Slovakia used to be a part of Czechoslovakia, but they split due to government problems, and Slovakia got the smaller half of what used to be one country. Slovakia speaks Slovak, and is easily mistaken for Czechoslovakia and Slovenia when spoken about. Andy Warhol was born in Slovakia. He was a pop-…artist. The Slovaks first settled in what is now the slovak republic in the A.D 500's and 600's 2010 is the first time Slovakia played for the world cup. (MORE)
No. Slovakia is an independent country. Czechoslovakia no longerexists. Up until 1993 it consisted of what is now Slovakia and whatis now another independent country, the Czech Republic.
Slovakia is on the East hemisphere. If you think of West and East and put the first letters of each one together it spells WE. Well the side that the W is on is the West and the side that the E is on is the East. Look at a globe, do the trick, and you will see for yourself!. Sincerely,. A smart pe…rson (MORE)
many people in Slovakia have scota's or how ever you say it and they drive cars,buses and same things as us
most people are poor live bad but others have nice houses some people on farms......
It's called "BryndzovÃ© haluÅ¡ky". There isn't exact name in English, for more, check wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryndzov%C3%A9_halu%C5%A1ky
No. Slovakia don't have monarchy since 1918 (First CzechoslovakRepublic). Until. 1918 however, it was appart of Austro-Hungarianmonarchy. Currently it's independent democratic parliamentaryrepublic, member of EU, Schengen Area and eurozone.
In the southern hemisphere, of course! Right next to Australia. What kind of an idiot asked this? :))
The Czecho-Slovakia (if you mean that) does not exist anymore. It split into two countries: The Czech republic and The Slovak republic.
an old Celtic boii tribe that settled there Slovakia is small country in the middle of Europe.
None, Slovakia is what is known as a landlocked country, meaning it has no access to either a sea or ocean.
Most people there are Christians (Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Protestants). Very few people practice the Jewish faith there I believe.
There is no "official" or "unofficial" national animal of Slovakia. Nor there is consideration to adopt some. In Slovak poems you may find bear or eagle of Tatra Mountains as the symbols of Slovak land or several typical Slovak features, but this is rather my personal opinion.
Czechoslovakia used to be a country in the middle of Europe. This country split into two separate states, the Slovak republic (Slovakia) and the Czech republic.
In Slovakia they speak Slovakian. In Slovenia they speak Slovenian. In border areas there are some people who speak other languages, for example Hungarian.
Czech Republic on the West, Austria on the Southwest, Hungary on the South, Ukraine on the East and Poland on the North.
They live on trees. they are special kind of monkey. they live up to 45 years in nature.
spring (21 March- 20 June), summer (21 Jun- 22 Sept.), autumn (23 Sept.- 20 Dec.), winter (21 Dec.- 20 March)
Slovakia is known for assembling cars. Volkswagen Touareg, Volkswagen Polo, Porsche Cayenne, Kia cee'd, Kia Sportage and Audi Q7 are all assembled in Slovakia. Another products that are made in Slovakia include sheep cheese, cellulose, paper, chocolate, alcoholic beverages, electronics, glass, rubbe…r, tires, mineral water, beer, TVs, wine, and others. (MORE)
Slovakia came into existence with the break up of Czechoslovakia in1993 into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
ellos escuchan musica para locos.. les ayuda a relajarse.dicen que se paran en la noche para andar bailando como zombies.. o yea
For example, Marek hamsik (SSC Napoli), Martin Skrtel (FC Liverpool), Vladimir Weiss (Rangers FC), Jan Mucha (FC Everton) and lots more but these are the most known.
Well, they used to pay with Krone kr till the Christamas of 2008, then they switched to â¬.
Ivan GaÅ¡paroviÄ is the President of Slovakia. He was inaugurated as the third President of Slovakia on 2004 June 15 and was re-elected in 2009, becoming the first President of Slovakia to be re-elected. He also served as acting president with VladimÃr MeÄiar in 1998 from March 2 to O…ctober 30. Andrej Kiska has been elected to replace him on 2014 June 15.The president of the Slovak Republic is Ivan GaÅ¡paroviÄ. (MORE)
The main cities are many some of them are these Bratislava, Kosice, Zilina, Trencin, Poprad
Yes, Bardejov is a town in Slovakia. It is in northeast part of the country.
The national dish would be bryndzove halusky. That is baby dumplings with special cottage cheese.
It depends where in America you are flying to. It's a big place! On average you can expect it to take around 8-9 hours if you're flying ( direct ) to New York or Chicago - that sort of distance- if you're flying further West than that it will obviously take longer. As a rule of thumb it usually… takes 14 hours to fly from Eastern Europe westward to Los Angeles (MORE)
On January 1993 Slovakia was apart of Czechoslovakia 1955a law was made you could o0nly speak Slovak if you didn't you would be given to international condemnation
1. Bratislava (population: 471,061) 2. KoÅ¡ice [koshitze] (population: 233,659) 3. PreÅ¡ov [preshov] (population: 91,650) 4. Å½ilina [zhilina] (population: 85,302) 5. Nitra (population: 84,800)
Petrol= Benzin 95: 1,445 â¬, Benzin 98: 1,636 â¬, Nafta: 1,329 â¬, LPG: 0,690 â¬
The patron saints of Slovakia are Our Lady of the Assumption and Our Lady of Sorrows.
Dozens. The area of Slovakia was once Czechoslovakia, and has been the site of (in just the last 100 years) World War I and World War II. Before that it was a roving battleground between the Turks and and various European nations, from the Hapsburgs to the Holy Roman Empire, and between the Greeks… and the Romans before that. (MORE)
Yes, it finally is one the developed countries and unlike many other is still growing.. :)
It starts at 8 : 00 AM (in the most of schools)however every school can start when it want to.
Kia factory is near the city of Zilina, NW part of the country. Hyundai factory is located about 100km away near Ostrava, Czech Republic.
mountains: the Carpathian Mountains, the Tatra Mountains (with the highest point of country) the biggest rivers: the Danube, the VÃ¡h and the Hron lowlands: the Danubian Lowland, the Eastern Slovak Lowland and more
There are no rainforest's in Slovakia for two reasons. 1. It isn't hot enough. 2. In winter, Slovakia gets lots of snow. Rain forests need a really high temperature.
Slovakia is not a province, Slovakia is a fully independent and sovereign state in Central Europe. It is a member of the United Nations, European Union and NATO.
Yes! Slovkia is called Slovakia (Slovak Republic) since 1st January1993, when Czechoslovakia had split up. Region now known asSlovakia has been known as Slovakia for centuries, but became anindependent state in 1918-1945 (1st Slovak Republic) and later in1993- (current, 2nd Slovak Republic).
Slovakia is a country in certain Europe. It neighbors with Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Ukraine. It's are is about 49 000 km2 almost 19 000 mi2 and has a population of 5 400 000 million.