What religions are in Slovakia?
Most people there are Christians (Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Protestants). Very few people practice the Jewish faith there I believe.
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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 repu…blic, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Austria.
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 Slova…kia."
The capital of Slovakia is Bratislava
judaism (only 2300 jews are there)
catholic the most
The main religion of Slovakia is Roman Catholicism.
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.
Yes, it is. There are over 2500 towns.
There is no such thing as a "national motto" in Slovakia.
a Czech b Hungarian c Serbian d Moldovan e Jewish
People from Slovakia are Slovak.
Slovakia has no king. The current president of Slovakia is Ivan Gasparovic.
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 Pr…esident of Slovakia to be re-elected. He also served as acting president with VladimÃr MeÄiar in 1998 from March 2 to October 30. Andrej Kiska has been elected to replace him on 2014 June 15.The president of the Slovak Republic is Ivan GaÅ¡paroviÄ.
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).