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  Slovakia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Slavic population settled in the territory of Slovakia in the 5th century.
In 2004 Slovakia had a fertility rate of 1.25 (i.e., the average woman will have 1.25 children in her lifetime), which is one of the lowest numbers among EU countries.
Slovakia is a member state of the European Union since May 1, 2004 and of NATO since March 29, 2004.
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 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Any considerable and connected part of a space or surface; specifically, a tract of land or sea of considerable but indefinite extent; a country; a district; in a broad sense, a place without special reference to location or extent but viewed as an entity for geographical, social or cultural reasons.
Regions are conceptual constructs and, thus, may vary among cultures and individuals.
The word "region" is taken from the Latin regio, and a number of countries have borrowed the term as the formal name for a type of subnational entity (eg, the ''región'', used in Chile).
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 List of traditional regions of Slovakia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These traditional regions of Slovakia are mostly former counties of the Kingdom of Hungary, but also some other regions.
Slovakia was part of the Kingdom of Hungary from the 11th/14th century onwards to 1918.
There were 20 (earlier 21) counties of the Kingdom of Hungary situated completely or partly in present-day Slovakia.
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 Regions of Slovakia: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Slovakia (Slovakia: A landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from the Czech Republic in 1993) is subdivided into 8 "kraje" (singular - kraj, usually translated as "regions", but actually meaning rather "county"), each of which is named after their principal city.
Nitra Region (Nitra Region: the nitra region is one of administrative regions of slovakia....
Trnava Region (Trnava Region: the trnava region is one of the eight slovak administrative regions....
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 Regions of Slovakia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Since 1949 (except 1990-1996), Slovakia has been divided into a number of kraje (singular "kraj"; usually translated as "Regions" with capital R).
Historically, Slovakia was not divided into kraje, but into comitatuses (counties, Slovak župy/"stolice").
In 1928-1939 (and formally also 1945-1948) Slovakia as a whole formed the administrative unit "Slovak land" (Krajina slovenská) within Czechoslovakia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Regions_of_Slovakia   (453 words)

  
 Slovakia Did You Mean slovakia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Slovakia was the centre of Samo's empire in the 7th century.
Slovakia would like to adopt the Euro currency in January 2009, although the public sector deficit needs to be cut in the draft budget from its current 3.8 percent of GDP to below 3 percent in order for this to be possible.
Hungarians are the largest ethnic minority (10 percent) and are concentrated in the southern and eastern regions of the country.
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 Slovakia - Economic analysis of government's policies, investment climate and political risk.
Slovakia has also the National Council elections and the leader of the majority party or the leader of a majority coalition is usually appointed prime minister by the president.
Slovakia is one of the countries invited to enter the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which purpose is to safeguard the freedom and security of all its members by political and military means.
Slovakia has population of 5.5 million, it is too small country to be able to obtain a strong army.
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Originally this was the language (Slav dialect) used by Slav intellectuals from the region of Thessalonike (the language of the Aegean Macedonians), but during the Great Moravian mission the texts written in the language acquired many features of the language (dialect) used in Great Moravia (hence sometimes called Old Slovak).
907: Today’s Slovakia + Moravia + Austria (territory north of the Danube)+ Hungary (territory north to Budapest and Tisza (Tisa) River, except for the territory to the west of the Pilis mountains) + western Ruthenia.
Western and central northern Slovakia is maybe part or under under the influence of White Croatia (see 948), eastern Slovakia is under cultural influence of the Kiew Rus, the Balt and of certain parts of Poland.
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 Encyclopedia
List of traditional regions of Slovakia geographical regions:
List of regions of the United States current subnational entities (administrative regions):
Regional (Amtrak), a rail line in the Northeast U.S. Are you interested in a professional interior design or decoration for your hotel, restaurant or mansion?
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 HERITAGE @ RISK: SLOVAKIA
As an example, the town of Banská Štiavnica could be mentioned: listed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List, there is no valid town plan, although its provision is part of the responsibility of the municipality, and although it has been apprised of this fact for many years.
The region of central Slovakia traditionally was one of the most important centres of mining development in the world (Banská Štiavnica was inscribed in the World Heritage List thanks to this fact).
The wooden churches in eastern Slovakia are a delicate problem, as their weak fabric needs regular maintenance, but the communities responsible often consist of between 20 to 200 inhabitants, mostly elderly, without any chance of allocating the budget for necessary actions.
www.international.icomos.org /risk/slova_2000.htm   (1384 words)

  
 Slovakia - Gurupedia
Slovakia (Slovak: Slovensko) is a landlocked republic in
Slovakia was part of the center of Samo's empire in the 7th century.
The highest point of the 9th century proto-Slovak state known as Great Moravia came with the arrival of Cyril and Methodius and the expansion under King Svatopluk.
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 Wikinfo | Slovakia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Slovakia became a part of the Kingdom of Hungary in the Middle Ages and as such was later part of Austria-Hungary prior to 1918.
Slovakia highest judicial body is the Constitutional Court (Ústavny´ súd), which rules on constitutional issues.
Amongst them are the high peaks of the Tatra mountains, which are a popular skiing destination and home to many scenic lakes and valleys as well as the highest point in Slovakia, the Gerlachovsky´ at 2,655 m.
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 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Slovakia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
}} Slovakia (Slovak: Slovensko) is a landlocked republic in Central Europe.
Since AD 6, the expanding Roman Empire maintained a chain of outposts around the Danube.
Amongst them are the high peaks of the Tatra mountains, where High Tatras are a popular skiing destination and home to many scenic lakes and valleys as well as the highest point in Slovakia, the Gerlachovský štít at 2,655 metres (8,711 ft).
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Slovakia   (2240 words)

  
 Slovakia
Slovakia is officially also called the Slovak Republic (in Slovak: Slovenská republika).
The recent practice, especially in economic texts, of using the name Slovak Republic instead of Slovakia, when the terms Hungary, Slovenia etc. are used in the same text, is therefore wrong.
As for territorial division and the definition of self-governing entities, since 2002, Slovakia is divided into 8 Upper-Tier Territorial Units (sg.
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Introduction European Union Preliminary statement: The evolution of the European Union (EU) from a regional economic agreement among six neighboring states in 1951 to today's supranational organization of 25 countries across the European continent stands as an unprecedented phenomenon in the annals of history.
Bratislava lies on the River Danube, at Slovakia's borders with Austria and Hungary, and relatively close to the border with the Czech Republic.
It was destroyed by Napoleonic troops in 1809 and is an important symbol of Slovak and Slavic history.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/S/Slovakia.htm   (1047 words)

  
 Region - Region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Our Region web location is yet expanding so we have not much managed to comprehend volumes of support, however what we have done so far is researched the too best Region sites on the net.
Our Region web location is yet expanding so we have not much managed to provide lots of file, however what we have done so far is researched the too best Region The main assistance that web based Region businesses constantly have over traditional Region operations is that costs are markedly lower.
At the end of 2005,there were over 859.4 million subscribers in the region,expected to reach 1.57 billion in 2010.In 2005,the subscriber penetration rate for the entire region was about 25 per cent,ranging from 6.8 per cent in India to...
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 Slovakia -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Slovak settlements extended for long to the northern half of present-day Hungary, while the ethnic composition of present-day Slovakia itself became more diverse due to arrival of Germans (since the 13th century), Vlachs (since the 14th century), and Hungarians (since the late Middle Ages).
Main article: Politics of Slovakia Image:Bojnice Castle.JPG Slovakia is a parliamentary democracy.
In a survey of the German Chamber of Commerce held in March 2004, as much as 50 % of German enterpreneurs chose Slovakia as the best place for investment.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Slovakia   (2144 words)

  
 Gemer: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Its territory is presently in southern Slovakia (Slovakia: A landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from the Czech Republic in 1993) and northern Hungary (Hungary: A republic in central Europe).
The river Slaná (Slaná: sajó (in hungarian) or slaná (in slovak) is a river in slovakia and hungary....
All the named towns are presently in Slovakia (Slovakia: A landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from the Czech Republic in 1993).
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 Slovakia - Slovakia
Our Slovakia web location is yet expanding so we have not much managed to comprehend volumes of support, however what we have done so far is researched the too best Slovakia sites on the net.
Our Slovakia web location is yet expanding so we have not much managed to provide lots of file, however what we have done so far is researched the too best Slovakia The main assistance that web based Slovakia businesses constantly have over traditional Slovakia operations is that costs are markedly lower.
List of countries and outlying territories by area
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Slovak is spoken in Slovakia (by 5 million people), the USA (500,000, emigrants), the Czech Republic (320,000, due to former Czechoslovakia), Hungary (110,000, ancient ethnic minority), Serbia-Voivodina (80,000, ancient ethnic minority), Romania (22,000, ancient ethnic minority), Poland (20,000), Canada (20,000, emigrants), Australia (emigrants), Ukraine, Bulgaria, Croatia (5,000), Russia and some other countries.
The correct American English adjective for the language, people, and culture of Slovakia is 'Slovak;' Slovak belongs to the 'Slavic' group of languages.
The Slovak is related to Czech especially in written form (because the Slovak literary language spelling has been inspired by the Czech spelling), but differs from it both phonetically and grammatically.
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 Slovak language -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Slovak is most apparently related to Czech in written form (because the Slovak literary language spelling was inspired by Czech spelling), but differs from it both phonetically and grammatically.
The dialects are fragmented geographically, separated by numerous mountain ranges (Slovakia is a mountainous country).
List of traditional regions of Slovakia (for the dialects)
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 Carpatho-Rusyn Background
In the spring and summer of 1947 the entire region was depopulated, whole villages emptied, as the Lemko were scattered throughout the northern and western territories of Poland.
As the Lemko continue to try to revive their cultural traditions in the post-Communist era, the splits in their community are reflected in the organizations that they have formed since 1989.
In Slovakia, they can be found mainly in the Presov region, and in Poland, they live in two separate regions in the southern part of the country.
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Compared to the densely populated Rhineland and northern France, Upper Hungary (Slovakia) was a frontier region.
Towns with a majority German population, previously distributed generally over most of Slovakia, gradually shrank to three distinct areas (called Sprachinseln 'language islands' in German): The Pressburg area in the southwest, Hauerland in Central Slovakia, and the Zips in Eastern Slovakia in the High Tatra Mountains and to the South.
In the early period, the Zips was a single continuous region stretching from the northern border with Poland to the present-day Slovak-Hungarian border.
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 directopedia : Directory : Regional
It is worth noting that regions are found in the minds of humans and so regions can be of any size and that each region is unique in its own way.
Belgium (in French, région; in German, Region; the term gewest is used in Dutch)
China has five 自治区 (zìzhìqū) and two 特別行政區 (or 特别行政区; tèbiéxíngzhèngqū) which are conventionally translated as "autonomous region" and "special administrative region", respectively.
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