Yes, only if it has no beef
Try www.email.si which offers a free service like Gmail and Hotmail. I think the sign-up page and everything is written in Slovene so just click on the 'Registraj' button and enter the details.
Croatia have yet to win the world cup. After all it is a new country a break away of Yugoslavia.
Between 1918 and 1991 Slovenia was part of various forms of Yugoslavia. In 1991 Slovenia fought a 10 day war (and won) against the Yugoslavian (mostly Serbian) army. On May 1st, 2004 Slovenia joined the European Union. On January 1st, 2007 Slovenia started using the Euro as its currency. On December 21st, 2007 Slovenia joined the Schengen zone and opened its borders with other EU countries.
potatos, rice, corn, beans, and wheat
"Dobro jutro" where "j" is pronunced as "y" in "yellow" and "u" is pronunced as "oo"
Slovenia is a parliamentary representative democracy. The executive power is in the hands of Government of Slovenia, which is currently ruled by the first female leader Alenka
The Republic of Slovenia is located in the southern part of Central Europe and was founded on June 25, 1991. The capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana.
The distance between the two countries is 586 miles or 915 kilometers.
The country of Slovenia does not have a national dish. Slovenia has many traditional dishes such as Obara and Pirh.
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 :)
As English is taught in schools for decades, English language is spoken in Slovenia by majority of people under 50 years of age. Older generations used to speak German but the number of speakers is declining. According to a research of the Statistical office of Slovenia, English was spoken by as many as three quarters of people aged 25-34, by almost half of people aged 35-49 and by more than a quarter of people aged 50-64.
It's not an official language but everyone learns it at school and due to it being a small country and there now being easier access to the English-speaking world a lot of Slovenians know it. Except for the older generation (because they didn't have it at school).
English is well understand by many Slovs, especially business people and students. Slovene is the official language, but Hungarian, German (Austria), and Italian are spoken widely at the respective borders.
The republic of Slovenia was a part of the Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ)
Take a train from Venice Santa Lucia to Ljubljana. There are 2 a day and the journey is usually 4 hours. Alternatively take the train to Trieste in Italy and get the bus from there. There is even a better and quicker way. There exists Ferry Crossing Venice to Izola with the "Prince of Venice" and Vice Versa. This is a great 2-3 hour trip with fantastic views.
Slovenia, or the Republic of Slovenia, is a country located in Europe and borders northeastern Italy.
In Slovenia are normal European houses, apartment buildings
Slovenia is a country in Europe.
ACanada= 9.970.610 km²
Looking at the significance that will be 452,51 times.
the most loved sport in Slovenia is:football
It depends what package. Sometimes it's 2 days, sometimes one week, even 1 month.
It is in the southeast of Europe. See the map at the related link below.
there is no information concerning the existence of the Slovenian embassy in Nigeria.
The Slovaks (Slovak: Slováci, singular: Slovák, fem Slovenska , plural: Slovenky) are a West Slavic ethnic group and nation native to Slovakia who shares a common ancestry, culture, history and speaks Slovak. In Slovakia, c. 4.4 million are ethnic Slovaks of 5.4 million total population.