Slovenia Overview

Country Profile

Slovenia is located in central and southern Europe, all known as the Republic of Slovenia. An area of 20300 square km. About two million man-days, mainly Slovene. Residents are Catholic. The official language is Slovenian. Currency of the SIT. The capital Ljubljana.

Slovenia National Flag

From top to bottom, the flag has three parallel white, blue and red rectangles and around the flagpole is a painted emblem.

Slovenia Country Flag

History Summary

At the end of the eighth century, the Slavs migrated to the area now called Slovenia. In 869–874 on the Panno plains, an independent state of Slovenia was established. From the ninth to the early 20th century, Slovenia was a German state and under the rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. By the end of 1918, Slovenia together with Serbia and Croatia was renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. In 1941, German and Italian fascists invaded Yugoslavia. In 1945, the population of Yugoslavia defeated the fascists and in the same year on November 29 was proclaimed the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia (renamed the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1963), of which Slovenia was one of the states. On June 25, 1991, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia announced that it had become an independent sovereign state.

Economy and Culture Overview

The Slovenian economy is developing fast. It has an advanced power industry as well as electronics, machinery, food and other industries. Agricultural products include potatoes, cereals and fruit. Forestry and animal husbandry is also important.

Lake Bled

Situated in the Alps, the lake has an area of 1.45 square kilometers. Three sides of the lake are flat, and on one side stand green mountains and a typical medieval castle. The lake is surrounded by lush green forests, and the mirror-like surface of the lake reflects the peaks of the Alps. In winter, the ice is 48 m thick and the lake becomes an ideal place for winter sports.

Bosituoyi that cave

One of the world’s largest caves, especially on the plateau of Cameroon, which is a great spectacle. The cave is about 24 km long and 200 m deep. Inside, tunnels connect to form a cave corridor. A brilliant hall, curtain Hall, John Hall products, go to the main concert hall and other Western cave, you can enjoy the stalagmites, stone forest, stalactites, etc. PI landscape. Inside the cave, also live in a non-scale, co-exist cheek lung, eye degeneration animals – cave salamander.

Slovenia Map

Slovenia Map

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