Slovenia is the capital of what country?
Slovenia is a country located in southern central Europe. Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia.
The capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana, which is also the biggest city in Slovenia. Ljubljana
Italy is the only country that shares a border with all four of these countries.
It is the capital of French Guiana, which is not an independent country, but an overseas department of France.
Bolivia, a country in South America located next to Chile, is a country that has not one but two capitals. Those two capitals are La Paz and Sucre. La Paz is the administrative capital, while Sucre is the judicial capital.
The capitals: Slovenia - Ljubljana Croatia - Zagreb Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo Montenegro - Podgorica Serbia - Belgrade Macedonia - Skopje
There is no country that borders with all four of these countries ! . Italy share borders with Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia, but not with Spain. . France share borders with Switzerland and Spain, but not with Austria and Slovenia. . Germany shares borders with Switzerland and Austria, but …not with Spain and Slovenia. (MORE)
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 shortborder with Hungary to the northeast. In ancient times Illyrian and Celtic peoples inhabited the area,which was ru…led by Rome after the first century BC. and settled bySlavs in the sixth century AD. Slovenia came under Austrian controlafter 1335 and joined the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes(later Yugoslavia) in 1918. During World War II Slovenia wasdivided among Germany, Italy, and Hungary, but returned toYugoslavia after the war. Slovenia declared its independence fromYugoslavia in June 1991. Ljubljana is the capital and largest city.Population: 2,010,000. (MORE)
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_ge…neral/africa/nigeria/. Don't buy an NSK passport. 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. You can read real info about the passport here: http://www.nskstate.com/state/passport.php Please ignore anyone claiming to be an "agent" for NSK. They are liars and will just steal your money. (MORE)
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 Aus…tria or Hungary or France... (MORE)
If you are talking about just a state of those three countries they were known as The State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs. But this country only existed for a few months in 1918, before joining Serbia and Montenegro in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, later renamed to Yugoslavia. Those thr…ee countries were a part of Yugoslavia until declaring independance in 1990s. (MORE)
The name for the nation, Slovenes, was mentioned by a protestantpriest and author Primoz Trubar in 1550s, describing the nationthat lived in several different lands of the Austrian Empire. Theorigin of this name is not exactly known to me, but two possibleorigins spring to mind. The word is deffinet…ly linked to the wordSlavs (Or Slovani in Slovene language), which represent a group ofnations. One possibility is that the nation was named thus becauseit was the Westernmost nation of the southern Slavic nations, andthe neighbours just called them "Slavs". The other possible explanation is that the word "Slovo" in ancientSlavic meant "Word". The word Slav, and possibly Slovenian come outof this. People used this name for those people who could speaktheir "Word", their language. It is interesting that Slovenes asmany other Slavic use a word "Nemci" for German people, the word infact means "The mute ones", which indicates that they did not speakthe same language. It must be stressed that the word "Nemci" is inno way insulting, it is the official word for Gemans still. The name Slovenia for the land where Slovenes live is derived fromthe name of the nation and it came much later. Slovenes in Austrialived in several different lands, Carniola, Styria, Istria, Goriziaand Carinthia. In 19th century, when awarenes of nationhood arised,authors started to use the word Slovenija to describe the entireterritory where Slovenes live, thus uniting the nation under onebanner. Officialy the word was first used in print by a Slovenepoet Jovan Vesel Koseski. (MORE)
A list of West African Countries and their capitals: Senegal---------------- Dakar Gambia (The)---------- Banjul Guinea Bissau--------- Bissau Guinea------------------ Conakry Ghana ------------------Accra Mauritania-------------- Nouakchott Sierra Leonne--------- Freetown Liberia---…--------------- Monrovia Mali---------------------- Bamako Cote de Ivoire--------- Yamoussoukro/Abidjan Togo--------------------- Lome Burkina Faso------------ Ouagadougou Benin---------------------- PortoNovo Niger---------------------- Niamey Nigeria-------------------- Abuja Cameroon---------------- Yaounde (MORE)
No, except at the beginning of a sentence because it is n ot a proper n ou n.
No. Slovenia is a modern European country with BDP of about $25000 per capita. It has a growing economy and looks much like Austria or Germany.
Slovenia used to be one of the six republics of Yugoslavia from 1943 to 1991. Since 1991 it is an independent country.
Slovenia is bordered by Italy and the Adriatic Sea to the west, Austria to the north, Hungary to the east, and Croatia to the south.
Albania Tirana Andorra Andorra la Vella Armenia Yerevan Austria Vienna Azerbaijan Baku Belarus Minsk Belgium Brussels Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Bulgaria Sofia Croatia Zagreb Cyprus Nicosia Czech Republic Prague Denmark Copenhagen Estonia Tallinn Finland Helsinki F…rance Paris Georgia Tbilisi Germany Berlin Greece Athens Hungary Budapest Iceland ReykjavÃk Ireland Dublin Italy Rome Kazakhstan Astana Latvia Riga Liechtenstein Vaduz Lithuania Vilnius Luxembourg Luxembourg Republic of Macedonia Skopje Malta Valletta Moldova ChiÅinÄu Monaco Monaco Montenegro Podgorica Netherlands Amsterdam and Hague Norway Oslo Poland Warsaw Portugal Lisbon Romania Bucharest Russia Moscow San Marino San Marino Serbia Belgrade Slovakia Bratislava Slovenia Ljubljana Spain Madrid Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Bern Turkey Ankara Ukraine Kiev United Kingdom London Vatican City Vatican City (MORE)
Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and the capital of thecanton of ZÃ¼rich. Switzerland's capital city is Berne .
Sarajevo is the capital and largestcity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ljubljana is the capital andlargest city of Slovenia.
uae - abu dhabi saudi arabia - riyadh bahrain - mohama kuwait - kuwait city qatar - doha oman -muscat
Ashgabat is the capital city of Turkmenistan, a Central Asian country on the Caspian Sea. It is also the largest city of the country, with a population of 909 000 as of 2009.
Montreal is located in Canada, however Montreal is the capital of no country nor province. The capital of Canada is Ottawa.
The capital of the country The United States of America is Washington, DC; a city on the east coast of the country situated between the states of Maryland and Virginia.
USA starts with A. Liberia starts with L. Cambodia, C... Japan is J and China is C. Etc etc... easy peasy!
Yangon , also known as Rangoon , is a former capital of Myanmar (Burma) and the capital of Yangon Region .
Afghanistan - Kabul Armenia - Yerevan Azerbaijan - Baku Bahrain - Manama Bangladesh - Dhaka Bhutan - Thimphu Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan Cambodia - Phnom Penh China, People's Republic of (includes Special Administrative Regions of HongKong and Macau) - Beijing China, Republic of (…commonly known as Taiwan) - Taipei Cyprus - Nicosia Georgia - Tbilisi India - New Delhi Indonesia - Jakarta Iran - Tehran Iraq - Baghdad Israel - Jerusalem Japan - Tokyo Jordan - Amman Kazakhstan - Astana Korea, Democratic People's Republic of (commonly known as North Korea) - Pyongyang Korea, Republic of (commonly known as South Korea) - Seoul Kuwait - Kuwait City Kyrgyzstan - Bishkek Laos - Vientiane Lebanon - Beirut Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur (seat of government at Putrajaya) Maldives - MalÃ© Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) - Naypyidaw Nepal - Kathmandu Oman - Muscat Pakistan - Islamabad Philippines - Manila Qatar - Doha Saudi Arabia - Riyadh Singapore - Singapore (city-state) Sri Lanka - Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte Syria - Damascus Tajikistan - Dushanbe Thailand - Bangkok Timor-Leste (commonly known as East Timor) - Dili Turkey - Ankara Turkmenistan - AÅgabat United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi Uzbekistan - Tashkent Vietnam - Hanoi Yemen - Sana'a (MORE)
Slovenia was part of the Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia for many decades before the 1990s.
Zimbabwe. Harare was formerly known as Salisbury during the Colonial and UDI era, when the country was known as Rhodesia.
This has happened to many countries, it isn't actually that hard but can be implemented horribly. when a switch like that is made the government must release some industries from stated control to private control and if done poorly or without any government regulation can lead to a good amount of pe…ople becoming super rich within a night, and if something is privatized too quickly it can lead to prices of good rising to a rate where people cant afford them and can lead to a depression. (MORE)
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 Yugosl…avia was the "Third World" (Non-aligned), other worlds being the first world (NATO (US + allies)) and the second world Warsaw Pact (Soviet Union + allies). Independent Slovenia has instead opted for NATO and has become a member in 2004, therefore it could be considered the first world by the original definition. Mao Zedong has developed an alternative theory where the first world are only USA and Soviet Union, the second world their allies, and the third world the non-aligned countries. By this definition Slovenia would be the second world, being an ally of the USA (NATO member state). This is not a generally accepted theory, today one would not speak e.g of Germany as the second world country. In terms of economic development Slovenia is one of the developed countries, and member of OECD. Its GDP (PPP) (IMF, 2011 est.) is $28,642, e.g. higher than New Zealand. By such reasoning it could also be described as the 1st world country. (MORE)
Canada with the capital of Ottawa. United States with the capital of Washington, D. C. Mexico with the capital of Mexico City. Belize with the capital of Belmopan. Guatemala with the capital of Guatemala City. Nicaragua with the capital of Managua. El Salvador with the capital San Salvador. Panama w…ith the capital of Panama City. (MORE)
Slovenia is a country, and therefore not the capital of anything. Its capital is Ljubljana.
1991, it became independent when Yugoslavia breaked into 5 countries. They were solenvania, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Macedonia.
Slovenia borders Croatia to the South and East, Hungary to the Northeast, Austria to the North, Italy to the West and the Adriatic sea to the Southwest.
Europe. Just north of Italy, it is bordered by Austria, Hungry, Croatia and Italy. http://www.merriam-webster.com/maps/images/maps/slovenia_map.gif
The most likely country that could be referred to as having nocapital is Vatican City (in the centre of Rome, Italy) because thewhole country (0.44 sqkm) is it's own city. Nauru also has nocapital because it lacks any sizable population. However, most itsleadership governs from the Yaren District. S…witzerland is probablythe biggest country with no official capital because of "De jure".Bern is the de facto capital while Zurich is the largest city inthe country. Some other countries that have the same capital name as the countryare: Djbouti (Africa) Luxembourg (Europe) San Marino (Europe) Panama (Central America) Singapore (Asia) Monaco (Europe) (MORE)
Slovenia is the English name for the country. However, the local people call it Slovenija.
Yes it is. It was part of Russia and in 1989 when Russia broke apart it was able to reform again.
There is no non-fictional country whose capital is actually CapitalCity. On the TV series "The Simpsons" the state capital is called CapitolCity.
Here are some capital cities and countries that are the same orvery close to the same: Djibouti-Djibouti. Monaco-Monaco Vatican City-Vatican City Andorra-Andorra la Vella Singapore-Singapore Brazil-Brasilia San Marino-San Marino Guatemala- Guatemala City Panama-Panama City Tunisia-Tunis Luxembourg-…Luxembourg Kuwait-Kuwait Mexico-Mexico City (MORE)
The country that borders Italy also is Vatican city state which has a population of about 550 Another country that borders Italy is San Marino. Additionally, you must have meant Austria not Australia.
Many countries have capitols for a variety of reasons. Capitols are used as a center of government where foreign ambassadors meet. They are a political center. Countries also have capitols to show off their wealth. Tall skyscrapers and interesting buildings are often seen in capitols, even in consid…erably poor countries. Capitols are usually surrounded by much historical importance and are a social mold for the rest of the nation, so they are an ideal way to get a good feel of the best of a country. (MORE)
You spell it with two 'A's, as 'Capital'. If you're referring to the building where some legislative assemblies meet (e.g. the US Congress and US State assemblies) it would be 'Capitol'.
Some examples for capitals of countries include: . Washington, D.C., United States . Ontario, Canada . Mexico City, Mexico . BrasÃlia, Brazil . Buenos Aires, Argentina . Madrid, Spain . London, United Kingdom . Berlin, Germany . Moscow, Russia . Jerusalem, Israel . Beijing, China… . Tokyo, Japan . Sydney, Australia . Wellington, New Zealand . Pretoria, South Africa . Cairo, Egypt (MORE)
Well, Slovenia has close ties to Western Europe (which has overall been much more prosperous than its Eastern counterpart) which explains some economical prospering. However, I would not call Slovenia the most prosperous Eastern European country. For example, it has not experienced much prospering a…t all; its economy is currently growing at a rate of about 1% annually, one of the lowest in the world. Moldova is the most economically prospering nation in Eastern Europe, with about a 7% growth annually. Its population is also growing at one of the slowest rates in the world, about -0.2% annually; Albania is the fastest growing with a population growth rate of about 0.6%. Slovenia actually has the second largest average income in Eastern Europe, second to Greece. The only true reason you could argue that Slovenia is the most prosperous is because it is the most developed nation in Eastern Europe according to the UN's Human Development Index. (MORE)
Slovenia actually isn't so poor, is just small. Slovenia have all things like other countries. And Is very beautiful. Go in Slovenia and see what you want!
\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n \n 0 \n false \n \n \n 18 pt \n 18 pt \n 0 \n 0 \n \n false \n false \n false \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n \n \n \n\n\n\n \n\n No. \n\n
Slovenia, or the Republic of Slovenia, is a country located in Europe and borders northeastern Italy.
Ljubljana is the capital and largestcity of Slovenia, a country located in southern central Europe.
The capital of Slovenia is Ljubujana, which is also the largest city in the country. It is located in the middle of the country and attracts many visitors.