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Slovenia, officially the Republic of Slovenia, is a nation state on the Adriatic Sea, bordering Italy to the west, Austria to the north, Croatia to the south and southeast, and Hungary to the northeast. It covers 20,273 square kilometers and has a population of 2.05 million. It is a parliamentary republic and a member of the European Union and NATO. Its capital and largest city is Ljubljana.


"Slovenia" is a book by Bogomil Ferfila.

  • also known as "Slovenia: on the edge of the European Union"


  1. Slovenia a.k.a. The Slovenia national football team is the national football team of Slovenia and is controlled by the Football Association of Slovenia. The team played its first match in 1992 after the split of Yugoslavia in 1991.
    • also known as Slovenia Mens National Football Team, Slovenia Men's National Football Team, Slovenia Football Team, Slovenia Men's Football Team, Slovenia Mens Football Team, Slovenia Mens National Soccer Team, Slovenia National Soccer Team, Slovenia Men's National Soccer Team, Slovenia Mens Soccer Team, Slovenia Soccer Team, Slovenia Men's Soccer Team, Fantje
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  2. Slovenia Slovenia - Small but diverse country with breathtaking nature and great tourist offer.

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Google previewExonyms and the International Standardisation of Geographical Names (2007)

Approaches Towards the Resolution of an Apparent Contradiction by Peter Jordan, Milan Orožen Adamič, Paul Woodman

Terminologically Slovenia means the “Land of Slavs,” and it borders the non- Slavonic world. Slovenes are the west- ernmost Slavs in Europe – they border Romance, Germanic and Hungarian neighbours. Slovenia is a state of Slovenes along ...

Google previewInternational Narcotics Control Strategy Report (2011)

Volume I: Drug and Chemical Control by William R. Brownfield

Slovenia attained full Schengen membership on December 21, 2007 and adheres to all Schengen border control requirements. Slovenia is a party to the 1988 UN Drug Convention .

Google previewOECD Environmental Performance Reviews OECD Environmental Performance Reviews: Slovenia 2012 (2012)


Slovenia is a party to the UNEP Barcelona Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment and the Coastal Region of the Mediterranean. It has ratified five of this Convention's seven protocols, the most recent of which was the 2008 ...

Google previewFinancial Transition in Europe and Central Asia (2001)

Challenges of the New Decade by Alexander Fleming, Lajos Bokros, Cari Votava

Slovenian Financial Sector Development Slovenia is a small transitional country with an emerging financial market.

Google previewOur World (1922)

by Herbert Sherman Houston

Slovenia is a home of apiculture. Experts in bee-keeping come from all parts of the world to study the model apiaries of Illyriska Bistritsa. A great part of Yugo- Slavia is still occupied by forests which among other advantages provide good ...

Google previewCross National Policies and Practices on Computers in Education (2007)

by Tjeerd Plomp, R.E. Anderson, Georgia Kontogiannopoulou-Polydorides

The Educational System Slovenia is a country of approximately 2 million inhabitants, and its educational system ...

Google previewGlobal Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes: Peer Reviews Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes Peer Reviews: Slovenia 2012 Phase 1: Legal and Regulatory Framework (2012)

Phase 1: Legal and Regulatory Framework by OECD

Slovenia is a democratic republic and a social state governed by law. Pursuant to the separation of powers doctrine, the authority of the state is based on the separation of legislative, executive and judicial powers, with a parliamentary system ...

Google previewFriend '97 - Regional Hydrology (1997)

Concepts and Models for Sustainable Water Resource Management ; Proceedings of the Third International Conference on FRIEND Held at Postojna, Slovenia, from 30 September to 4 October 1997 by Alan Gustard

Slovenia is a small country (barely 20 000 km2) with large water resources.

Google previewThe Rough Guide to Slovenia (2010)

by Darren (Norm) Longley

Sporting a geographical diversity unmatched in many countries twice its size, Slovenia is a country of endless variety, a magical landscape embracing imperious white limestone mountains, spectacular underground curiosities, sweeping ...

Google previewHealth Reforms in South-East Europe (2012)

by W. Bartlett, J. Bozikov, B. Rechel

Slovenia is an exception to the general trend of outmigrationfrom South East Europe, asit is primarily a destination country for health professionals from the succession countries ofthe former Yugoslavia, rather thanan important sourcecountry.

Google previewDecolonization Models for America's Last Colony (2012)

Puerto Rico : Radio Interviews with Francisco Catalá-Oliveras and Juan Lara by Ángel Collado Schwarz, Francisco A. Catalá Oliveras, Dr. Juan Lara

Slovenia is an industrial country. Its principal export products are machinery and equipment because [it has] a welldeveloped metals industry, but it is also a country with good financial and health services. There is relevant agricultural activity, ...

Google previewThe Beka-Ocizla Cave System (2014)

Karstological Railway Planning in Slovenia by Martin Knez, Metka Petrič, Tadej Slabe, Stanka Sebela

Slovenia is a country of the Classical Karst, from which the first international description of karst phenomena has been derived. We are aware of the need for the continuous and effective communication of karstological knowledge to the wider ...

Google previewOECD Investment Policy Reviews OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Slovenia 2002 (2002)


Slovenia is a stable parliamentary democracy. The country's comprehensive regulatory reforms, particularly those designed in more recent years to bring the country into line with the EU acquis in preparation for EU membership, have resulted ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of International Games (2003)

by Daniel Bell

Austria, Slovenia, Monaco, Hungary, Ukraine Sports: Athletics, Swimming, Tennis ¡992 Geneva Switzerland June ¡8–2¡ Nations: Andorra, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, Germany, Israel, Switzerland, Canada, Monaco, Hungary, Austria, France, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Global Religion (2012)

by Mark Juergensmeyer, Wade Clark Roof

Slovenia is a relatively small country (20,300 square kilometers, 2.1 million inhabitants) in the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. Once a part of Yugoslavia, it is now independent and a member of the European Union. Its capital city is ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of British Foreign Policy (2013)

by Peter Neville


Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Rights (2009)

Vol. 1- by David P. Forsythe

After 1987 military leaders prepared several scenarios for military coups against Slovenia based on the Kosovo model. On 25 March 1988 the Military Council, a consultative body of the Federal Secretariat for National Defense, accepted an ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Gay Histories and Cultures (2013)

by George Haggerty

AIDS; AIDS Performance; Catholicism; Radical Faeries; San Francisco; Transgender Slovenia There is no mention of homosexuality in Slovenian culture before modern times' In fact, one cannot ...

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