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Slovenia Description

Slovenia at a glance

State: Democratic Parliamentary Republic since 25 June 1991
            Member of the European Union since 1 May 2004
            Slovenia presided the EU in the first half of 2008

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Capital: Ljubljana, 260 000 inhabitants

Official language: Slovene, in some nationally mixed border areas also Italian and Hungarian
Currency: EUR 1=100 cents
Phone dial code: +386
Size: 20 273 km2
Neighbouring states: Austria, Italy, Croatia, Hungary

Largest towns:  Ljubljana (261 700)
                           Maribor (108 600)
                           Kranj (39 400)
                           Celje (38 400)

Highest mountain: Triglav 2864 m
Climate:  There are three different types of climate in Slovenia:
                -Continental in the central part
                -Alpine in the north-west
                -Sub-Mediterrannean along the coast and its hinterland

Inhabitants: 2 025 866 (31 December 2007)
Population density: 99.6 inhabitants per square kilometre
Religions: According to the 2002 census the most population (58%) is Catholics. Together there are 43 religious communities registered in Slovenia. Among the oldest is the Evangelical Church, most widely spread in the northeastern part of Slovenia.
President: Dr Danilo Turk since 2007

Slovenia has a population of 2 million, of which 83.1% (2002 census) are Slovenes. In Slovenia there are also two national minority communities of Italians and Hungarians. They are considered indigenous minorities, and their rights are protected under the Constitution.
The highest mountain is called Triglav - the name meaning "three-heads" - and it is 2864m high. The mountain is a true national symbol, featured on the national coat of arms and the flag.