What animals are there in Slovenia?
Bears, mosquitoes, grasshoppers...dogs- loads of dogs- cats...forest animals, I guess, 'cause they have forests, some sea animals 'cause there is some coastland.
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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 sha…res a shortborder with Hungary to the northeast. In ancient times Illyrian and Celtic peoples inhabited the area,which was ruled 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.
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 S…lovenia.
Several. If we list only the best known ones - Brown Bear for instance could be called endangered, but is very stable in Slovenia. Then Lynx, Wolf, types of snakes etc.
Slovenia is an independent country in Europe.
No, there isn't
Pretty hot in summer, very cold in winter
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.
Yes, it has some coastal areas.
The republic of Slovenia was a part of the Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ)
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 A…ustrian Empire. The origin of this name is not exactly known to me, but two possible origins spring to mind. The word is deffinetly linked to the word Slavs (Or Slovani in Slovene language), which represent a group of nations. One possibility is that the nation was named thus because it was the Westernmost nation of the southern Slavic nations, and the neighbours just called them "Slavs". This idea might explain why the Slovaks in the nord have been named in the same way. (Slovaks and Slovenes in their respective native tongues both call themselves exactly the same - Slovenci) . The other possible explanation is that the word "Slovo" in ancient Slavic meant "Word". The word Slav, and possibly Slovenian come out of this. People used this name for those people who could speak their "Word", their language. It is interesting that Slovenes as many other Slavic use a word "Nemci" for German people, the word in fact means "The mute ones", which indicates that they did not speak the same language. It must be stressed that the word "Nemci" is in no way insulting, it is the official word for Gemans still. . The name Slovenia for the land where Slovenes live is derived from the name of the nation and it came much later. Slovenes in Austria lived in several different lands, Carniola, Styria, Istria, Gorizia and Carinthia. In 19th century, when awarenes of nationhood arised, authors started to use the word Slovenija to describe the entire territory where Slovenes live, thus uniting the nation under one banner. Officialy the word was first used in print by a Slovene poet Jovan Vesel Koseski.
An independent country
Slovenia is a country, and therefore not the capital of anything. Its capital is Ljubljana.