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  1. Slovenia (Cultures of the World) by Ted Gottfried, 2005-04
  2. Executive Report on Strategies in Slovenia, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Slovenia Research Group, The Slovenia Research Group, 2000-11-02
  3. SLOVENIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by M. CAMERON ARNOLD, 2001
  4. Culture of Slovenia
  5. Slovenia - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture by Jason Blake, 2011-05-31
  6. The 2009 Import and Export Market for Human Blood, Prepared Animal Blood, Toxins, Cultures of Micro-Organisms, and Similar Products Excluding Yeasts in Slovenia by Icon Group International, 2009-05-25
  7. Musical Culture of Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. Essays / Muzykalnaya kultura Serbii, Khorvatii, Slovenii. Ocherki by unknown, 2008
  8. Veneto e Slovenia: Due culture per l'Europa (Cultura veneta) (Italian Edition)
  9. Culture Smart! Slovenia by Bob Burgher, 2006-10-01
  10. This is Slovenia ;: A glance at the land and its people, (Research Center for Slovenian Culture, Willowdale, Ont. Publication) by Rudolf P Čuješ, 1958
  11. Slovenia: An entry from UXL's <i>Junior Worldmark Encyclopedia of Foods and Recipes of the World</i>
  12. Slovinsko, Chorvatsko, Istria, automapa 1:750 000: Aktualni mapa s rejstrikem obci a strucnym pruvodcem zajimavymi misty = Slovenija, Rep. Hrvatska = Slovenia, ... with index and culture guide (Czech Edition) by Kartografie Praha (Firm), 1997
  13. Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture by Paul Robert Magocsi, Ivan Pop, 2002-11-30
  14. The 2011 Import and Export Market for Human Blood, Prepared Animal Blood, Toxins, Cultures of Micro-Organisms, and Similar Products Excluding Yeasts in Slovenia by Icon Group International, 2010-05-24

1. Culture Of Slovenia - Traditional, History, People, Clothing, Women, Beliefs, Fo
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Slovenia is officially known as the Republic of Slovenia and called Slovenija by its residents.
Identification. Slovenia takes its name from the Slovenes, the group of South Slavs who originally settled the area. Eighty-seven percent of the population considers itself Slovene, while Hungarians and Italians constitute significant groups and have the status of indigenous minorities under the Slovenian Constitution, guaranteeing them seats in the National Assembly. There are other minority groups, most of whom immigrated, for economic reasons, from other regions of the former Yugoslavia after World War II. Location and Geography. Demography. In 2000, Slovenia had an overall population of about 1,970,056 with an overall population density of 252 people per square mile (97 per square kilometer). The majority of the population was ethnically Slovene, a Slavic group. The rest of the population was made up of Croats (2.7 percent), Serbs (2.4 percent), Bosnians (1.3 percent), Hungarians (0.43 percent), Montenegrins (0.22 percent), Macedonians (0.22 percent), Albanians (0.18 percent) and Italians (0.16 percent). Almost half of all Slovenes live in urban areas, mostly in Ljubljana and Maribor, the two largest cities, with the rest of the population distributed throughout rural areas.

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Culture Vultures The Human Web travels on to Slovenia where they make friends with a belly dancer, learn to cook traditional slovenian desert, and help build a wall. Yes, you

3. Folk Slovenija
Information and news about the Society for Folk Music Tradition in the Slovenian Ethnic Sphere. In Slovensko and English.

4. Slovenia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Slovenia, officially the Republic of Slovenia, is a country in Central Europe touching the Alps and bordering the Mediterranean. Slovenia borders Italy on the west, the
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Republic of Slovenia Republika Slovenija Flag Coat of arms Motto Stati inu obstati! (old Slovene
"To Stand And Withstand!" Anthem 7th stanza of Zdravljica
Location of Slovenia dark green European continent
European Union
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Ljubljana ... Demonym Slovenian, Slovene Government Parliamentary republic President ... Independence Independence from Austro-Hungarian Empire , forming State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs Proclamation of independence from Yugoslavia EU accession 1 May 2004 Area Total
Density 99.6/km
PPP Total $57.741 billion Per capita GDP (nominal) Total $49.217 billion Per capita Gini low HDI very high Currency Euro EUR Time zone ... Drives on the right SI Internet TLD .si Calling code ... Italian and Hungarian are recognised as official languages in the residential municipalities of the Italian or Hungarian national community.
Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia: Population, Slovenia, 30 June 2008
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5. Holiday In Slovenia
Slovenia culture. Along the delightful coastline, Slovenia's climate is submediterranean, whilst as

6. Slovenia - Language, Culture, Customs And Business Etiquette
Guide to Slovenia and Slovenian people, culture, society, language, business and social etiquette, manners, protocol and useful information.
Slovenia - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette
Facts and Statistics Location: Central Europe, eastern Alps bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Austria and Croatia Capital: Ljubljana Climate: Mediterranean climate on the coast, continental climate with mild to hot summers and cold winters in the plateaus and valleys to the east Population: 2,009,245 (July 2007 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Slovene 83.1%, Serb 2%, Croat 1.8%, Bosniak 1.1%, other or unspecified 12% (2002 census) Religions: Catholic 57.8%, Muslim 2.4%, Orthodox 2.3%, other Christian 0.9%, unaffiliated 3.5%, other or unspecified 23%, none 10.1% (2002 census) Government: parliamentary republic Language in Slovenia Slovene or Slovenian is an Indo-European language that belongs to the family of South Slavic languages. It is spoken by approximately 2 million speakers worldwide, naturally the majority of whom live in Slovenia. Slovene is one of the few languages to have preserved the dual grammatical number from Proto-Indo-European. Also, Slovene and Slovak are the two modern Slavic languages whose names for themselves literally mean "Slavic". Slovene is one of the official languages of the European Union. Although the country is relatively small, there are over 32 different dialects spoken, which can be grouped into 7 larger dialect segments. The diversity in language is due to the influences of neighbouring countries as well as the mountainous nature of the country, which has led to isolated language development.

7. Slovenia Sports
Slovenia Culture Sports Slovenia Sports Slovenia sports is extremely enjoyed by the people of the country. Writings and
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Slovenia sports is extremely enjoyed by the people of the country. Writings and other sources of history shows that Slovenia has a long history of sporting activities, beginning from the Middle Ages. Shooting, hunting, boating, fishing and a host of other activities were the common sports in Slovenia during the Middle Ages. In the present times, the numerous sports clubs of Slovenia are the main patrons of Sports in the country.
Among the various types of Slovenian sports , football is quite popular. The entire country was captured in a mood of ecstasy, when the national football team of Slovenia won the qualifying match to the European Championships held in the year 2000. The 2002 Football World Cup also saw the participation of the Slovene football team.
However, it is gymnastics that has won the country many laurels in the field of sports. The name of the world renowned gymnast, Leon tukelj has gone down in the history Slovenia sports. Representing the country in Olympics and other World Championship Tournaments, he has won several gold, silver and bronze medals. Other noteworthy names of Slovene gymnasts include Mitja Petkovek and Alja Pegan.
Slovenia sports also includes skiing, volleyball, dance sport, ski jumping, handball, rowing, paragliding and basketball. The Slovene rowers have won gold and silver at the Olympics as well as at the World rowing Championships. Slovenia sport also features world famous mountaineers and athletes.

8. Slovenia: Culture In Slovenia
This section offers a comprehensive guide to culture in Slovenia, comprising detailed overviews of each cultural sector, an extensive regional guide, and a supporting database
Home How to use this site Subscription Visiting Arts Visiting Arts Slovenia Cultural Profiles Project Cultural Profile You are here: Welcome to the Slovenia Cultural Profile Search Welcome to the Slovenia Cultural Profile Introduction to Slovenia ... Next Culture in Slovenia This section offers a comprehensive guide to culture in Slovenia, comprising detailed overviews of each cultural sector, an extensive regional guide, and a supporting database of over 2,300 key contacts. Please use the navigational bar on the left to browse through information about Archives, Competitions and awards, Cultural diversity, Cultural funding, Cultural industries, Cultural policy and infrastructure, Cultural research, Cultural Training, Festivals, Film, Heritage, Intermedia arts, International cultural exchange, Libraries, Literature, Media (Broadcasting, Press, Publishing, Internet), Performing arts, Tourism, Visual arts and Youth arts. Or click on the Regional Guide to find listings of cultural institutions arranged by geographical region. General sources Information acquired from Slovene cultural organisations, their websites and publications.

9. | Books | Slovenia - Culture Smart! By Jason Blake
Slovenia seems closer to Austria or Italy than to its Balkan neighbors. The richest of the Slavic nationstates, it has an entirely Western tradition, having belonged in the past

10. Slovenia Culture
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CULTURE In modern times the earliest signs of the Slovene spirit have surfaced in the field of culture. Ever since the poetry of France Preseren, culture has formed the heart of our national being. Urban culture has developed in Slovenia over the last two centuries, which has also seen the gradual evolvement of fundamental institutions such as National Museum, and the Slovene Philharmonics. Nowadays Slovenia has a myriad of theatres, cinemas, libraries and educational facilities and is well known abroad by its current cultural export. The band Laibach is absolutely pivotal in the field of music. Their early industrial sound from the 1980s still has a cult following around the world. Young composer Mitja Vrhovnik Smrekar is establishing himself as a very reputable writer of theatre music. Slovene literature and poetry is mostly very traditional, but international translations of the literary works of Drago Jancar, Tomaz Salamun and Ales Debeljak prove that even the smallest cultures can create work of high quality and also contribute to the most current global literary tendencies.

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Slovenia Culture. In modern times, the earliest signs of the Slovenian spirit have surfaced in the field of culture. Ever since the poetry of France Prešeren, culture has formed the
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Slovenia Introduction
Slovenia is located in south Eastern Europe, bordering the eastern Alps and Adriatic Sea, between Austria, Italy, Hungary and Croatia. Slovenia is the northern republic of what was once Yugoslavia. Slovenia is the most prosperous and welcoming of all Europe's ex communist countries and it has avoided the political problems that have affected the republics to the south.
Why Go To Slovenia?
The short stretch of Slovenian Adriatic coast, along the northern edge of the Istrian peninsula, has towns that were among the most attractive resorts of the former Yugoslavia including the holiday destination of Portoroz. This beautiful resort of Portoroz offers a mild climate, good quality hotels and numerous attractions including health and leisure activities, two casinos, a marina and a sandy beach. The parks and their rose beds ensure that the town lives up to its name of the "Port of Roses". Slovenia is an excellent place for sport and recreation; active holidays are possible in all parts of the country during all seasons. In the winter time visitors are attracted by wonderful ski slopes, in summer by the waters and the sky above Slovenia, in spring and autumn by the colourful hiking and cycling trails.

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14. Slovenia Culture
Slovenia Culture is an amalgamation of its well developed language, literature, music, dance and art. Slovenian painters, musicians, dancers, writers, poets and architects have
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Slovenia culture is rich and vibrant reflected through its music, art, dance, architecture and language. The Slovenian culture is an indispensable part of the national identity of the people of Slovenia. The culture of Slovenia , exudes through the life style of the people of Slovenia. Culture in Slovenia also bears distinct urban traits, that has seeped into the life of the people.
Language is the most critical element of Slovenia culture. Slovene is the formal language of the country, which is of Indo-European origin. Although, majority of the people in Slovenia speak this language, in certain parts of the country Hungarian and Italian are also spoken.
With the development of language, the country witnessed a proliferation in literary works. The hallmark of the literature of Slovenia is the traditional style in which they are written. Legendary writers of the country include Ale Debeljak and Drago Jancar, who have taken Slovenian literature on the global scenario.
Music of Slovenia is another asset of Slovenia Culture. Traditional folk music of Slovenia is commonly associated with a kind polka. In the recent years, band music has become popular in Slovenia. Slovenia also hosts a number of music and film festivals. Slovenia Culture also is enriched by its rich heritage of other art forms like paintings, made popular globally by several skilled painters and artisans.

15. Culture Of Slovenia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Culture of Slovenia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Part of a series on the Culture of Slovenia Architecture Cinema Literature Music Photography ... e This article does not cite any references or sources
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (March 2008) See also: List of Slovenians Holidays in Slovenia Slovene literature Music of Slovenia ... Slovenia 's first book was printed by the Protestant reformer Primož Trubar (1508–1586). It was actually two books, Katekizem (a catechism ) and Abecednik , which was published in 1550 in Tübingen Germany The central part of the country, namely Carniola (which existed as a part of Austria-Hungary until the early twentieth century) was ethnographically and historically well-described in the book The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola German Die Ehre deß Herzogthums Crain Slovene Slava vojvodine Kranjske ), published in 1689 by Baron Janez Vajkard Valvasor One of two supposed photographies of France Prešeren Slovenia's two greatest authors were the poet France Prešeren (1800–1849) and writer Ivan Cankar (1876–1918). Other famous Slovenian authors include

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18. Slovenia Culture
slovenia culture is influenced by its bordering countries in literature, music and architecture
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Read here which aspects influenced the slovenia culture in the past and also nowadays. Especially in Literature, Music and Architecture, there are some notable points of view.
By the way, referring to its cultural development, Slovenia is comparable with other European countries. It is influenced by Austria, Germany and Venetia.
Culture is the heart of slovenian identity
One can say that the earliest signs of the Slovenian spirit have came up in the field of culture. Culture has formed the heart of the Slovenian national identity ever since France Preserens poetry,
The Romantic poet France Preseren (1800-49) is Slovenia's most beloved writer. His lyric poems set new standards for Slovenian literature and helped to raise national consciousness.
There were some writers, well-known in Slovenia, in each important epoch. For example Sebastijan Krelj during the reformation, Janez Vajkard Valvasor, the writer of the baroque area or Izidor Cankar in the 19th century.
International translations of the literary works of Tomaz Salamun, Drago Jancar and Ales Debeljakshow demonstrate that even the smallest cultures can create work of best quality and by this contribute to the actual global literary tendencies.

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Art and culture have always held a special place in the history of the Slovenian nation. With them Slovens substituted to a large extent for the nonexistence of their own state
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Art and culture have always held a special place in the history of the Slovenian nation. With them Slovens substituted to a large extent for the non-existence of their own state and political institutions, and it is through their language and culture that for centuries managed to preserve their identity as a nation. Despite the polycentric organisation of the cultural area, the financing of culture falls largely under the jurisdiction of the state (providing up to two-thirds of all funding for culture, which is about two percent of the whole budget). Interesting statistics: Public libraries (2007) Professional theatres (2007) Professional orchestras (2007) Museums (2006) Galleries and exhibition grounds (2006) National budget for culture as % of GDP (2006)
The earliest known writings in the Slovenian language date back to the end of the first millennium - the Freising Manuscripts Two writers are widely regarded as the founders of Slovenian culture. The first was

Slovenia Culture Development of Slovenian culture is closely connected to the rise of Slovenian nation. Many important milestones in history of Slovenia are related to the

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