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 Slovenian - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Slovenian is spoken by nearly two million people in Slovenia and by a significant number of...
Slovenian or Slovene (slovenski jezik or slovenščina) is an Indo-European language that belongs to the family of South Slavic languages.
The terms Slovenian and Slovene refer to anything related to Slovenia and its inhabitants.
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 Slovenia - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Republic of Slovenia (Slovenian: Republika Slovenija) is a coastal sub-Alpine country in southern Central Europe bordering Italy to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, Croatia to the south and east, Hungary to the northeast, and Austria to the north.
It is believed that the Slavic ancestors of the present-day Slovenians settled in the area in the 6th century.
The bicameral Slovenian parliament consists of the National Assembly or Državni zbor, and the Državni svet or National Council.
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 Slovenians - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Slovenians or Slovenes (Slovenian Slovenci, singular Slovenec, feminine Slovenka) are a South Slavic people primarily associated with Slovenia and the Slovenian language.
Slovenian lands were part of the Illyrian provinces, the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary (in Cisleithania).
The Slovenians in the Austrian state of Styria (estimated 2,000) are not recognized as a minority and do not enjoy special rights, although the State Treaty of July 27, 1955 states otherwise.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Slovenians   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slovenians (Slovenian Slovenci, singular Slovenec, Slovenka) or sometimes an equivalent but archaic version Slovenes is a nation that lives today mainly within the borders of the independent Slovenia (circa 2.000.000), in some northeastern part of Italy (100.000), Austria (50.000), Croatia (25.000) and Hungary (6.000).
Slovenian ethnic territory subsequently shrunk due to pressing of Germans from the west and the arrival of Hungarians in the Pannonian plain[?], and stabilized in the present form in the 15th century.
The earliest documents written in Slovenian are the Freising manuscripts (Brižinski spomeniki, Freisinger Denkmäler), dated between 972 and 1022, found in 1803 in Freising[?], Germany.
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 Slovenia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Slovenia, officially the Republic of Slovenia (Slovenian: Republika Slovenija), is a coastal Alpine country in southern Central Europe bordering Italy to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, Croatia to the south and east, Hungary to the northeast, and Austria to the north.
Slavic ancestors of the present-day Slovenians settled in the area in the 6th century.
Before socialism, as much as 88% of Slovenians were Roman Catholic, while by 1991 this had already dropped to 71.6%, and the number of followers is still falling (57.8% in 2002).
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 History of Slovenia
The first state of Slovenians was established as Karantania circa 595 mainly on the territory of today Austrian Carinthia and Slovenian Carinthia.
The Slovenians succeeded in establishing their independence in 1991.
History of Austria, History of Italy, History of Hungary, History of Croatia, History of Yugoslavia, History of Germany, History of the Czech Republic, History of Slovakia.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Slovenia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the 7th century the Slavic Duchy of Carantania, the first Slovenian state and one of the first Slavic, was formed.
The unicameral Slovenian parliament is the National Assembly or Državni zbor[?].
Slovenia's ethnic groups represent Slovenians (89%), Croats, Serbs, Bosnians[?] and other nationalities of the former Yugoslavia (10%) and the ethnic Hungarian and Italian minorities (0.5%).
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 SLOVENIANS : Encyclopedia Entry
In the Slovenian national census of 2002, 1,631,363 people ethnically declared themselves as Slovenians ([14]), while 1,723,434 people claimed Slovenian as their mother tongue ([15]).
The total number of Slovenians in Austria is 24,855, of whom 17,953 are representatives of the Slovenian national minority, while 6,902 are foreign nationals ([16]).
The Slovenians in the Austrian state of Styria (4,250 [18]) are not recognized as a minority and do not enjoy special rights, although the State Treaty of July 27, 1955 states otherwise.
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In the Slovenian national census of 2002, 1,631,363 people ethnically declared themselves as Slovenians ([14]), while 1,723,434 people claimed Slovenian as their mother tongue ([15]).
The total number of Slovenians in Austria is 24,855, of whom 17,953 are representatives of the Slovenian national minority, while 6,902 are foreign nationals ([16]).
Slovenian ethnic territory subsequently shrank due to pressing of Germans from the west and the arrival of Hungarians in the Pannonian plain, and stabilized in the present form in the 15th century.
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 Timeline of Slovene history
This is a timeline of key events in the history of Slovenia and the nations that lived and live on Slovene ethnic territory, mostly Slovenes.
History, unlike mathematics, is an imperfect science and can never be complete or totally impartial.
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia, Washington, DC, History Timeline: http://www.embassy.org/slovenia/more3.htm
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 YUGOSLAV LANGUAGES,
The Serbo-Croatian literary language, formed in the early 19th century on the basis of certain widespread dialects, is close to the language of this early Dalmatian literature.
Slovenian is spoken in the Republic of Slovenia and in neighboring areas of Italy and Austria.
Slovenian retains one archaic feature of Slavic, the dual number, and includes many German loanwords.
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 WWW-VL HISTORY: SLOVENIA
Slovenian history from the earlier times to the present
Contribution to the History of Medicine in Slovenia (http://www.cmj.hr/1999/4001/400107.htm)
RETURN TO WWWVL History was established as HNSource (Kansas History Gateway) on 6 March 1993.
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 Slovenia
The Republic of Slovenia (Slovenian: Republika Slovenija) is a coastal Alpine country in southern Central Europe bordering Italy to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, Croatia to the south and east, Hungary to the northeast, and Austria to the north.
The Freising manuscripts, the earliest surviving written documents in a Slovenian dialect and the first ever Slavic dialect documents in Latin script, were written around 1000.
The Slovenian government currently intends to adopt the euro as the country's currency from 1 January 2007.
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 Science Fair Projects - History of Slovenia
The very first Slavic and Slovenian state was Karantania, which mainly occupied the territory of today's Austrian Carinthia and Slovenian Carinthia.
After some flirtation with the Reformation in the 16th century, the region was re-Catholicized under the rule of Archduke Ferdinand of Inner Austria (r.1590-1637), who later became Emperor and pursued similar policies in the other Habsburg territories.
In the 19th century, Slovene was codified by intellectuals into a literary language, and Slovene nationalist movements began to take hold, initially demanding Slovene autonomy within the framework of the Habsburg Monarchy.
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 Science Fair Projects - Slovenia
Forests are an important natural resources, but their true importance lies in the still preserved natural diversity, their ecological (protection of the soil, water and air) and social (tourism and recreation) functions, and the beauty they lend to the Slovenian landscape.
Often found in Slovenian beech forests is the loir or fat dormhouse.
Domestic animals characteristic of Slovenia are the Carniolan honeybee, the autochthonous dog breed Karst Sheepdog and the autochthonous Lipizzan horse breed.
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 Bambooweb: Slovenians
There are autochthonous Slovenian minorities in northeastern parts of Italy (100,000), southern Austria (15,000), Croatia (13,200) and Hungary (6,000).
Many Slovenian emigrants are also scattered across Europe and overseas, for example in the USA, Canada, Argentina, Australia, South Africa (300,000).
The Ausrian part of Carinthia remained part of Austria and estimated 25,000-40.000 Slovenians in the Austrian state of Carinthia were recognized as a minority and have enjoyed special rights following the Austrian State Treaty (Staatsvertrag) dated from 1955.
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 That's lnteresting - Slovenians   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slovenians (Slovenian Slovenci, singular Slovenec, feminine Slovenka) or sometimes an equivalent but archaic version Slovenes is a South Slavic nation that lives today mainly within the borders of the independent Slovenia (circa 2.000.000), in some northeastern part of Italy (100.000), Austria (50.000), Croatia (25.000) and Hungary (6.000).
The earliest documents written in Slovenian are the Freising manuscripts (Brižinski spomeniki, Freisinger Denkmäler), dated between 972 and 1022, found in 1803 in Freising, Germany.
In the half of the 16th century the Slovenian came known to other European languages with the multilingual distionary, compiled by Hieronymus Megisar.
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 Timeline of Slovene history   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Was some other Slovenian there before them, we will newer know as there is no record (that I know of).
And during 1700-1900 they were not even allowed to climb the mountains because Germans, Austrians and Italians kept them to themselves under the guise of Alpine clubs and their rights.
This Slovenian Route along the West Ridge still ranks among the toughest Everest routes.
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The Slovenian Heritage Museum was established in 1976 in the present home office building in Joliet, Illinois, to preserve many things of historical significance, not only for the SWUA, but for the U.S. ZARJA reports regularly on the goings on of the Museum - the latest collections or exhibits.
Slovenian composer Ivan Zorman, in 1949, hand copied a book of Slovenian folk songs that is also a SWUA treasure as are the several folksong books edited by Albina Novak.
Although the mass immigration of Slovenians to America ceased after WWII and Slovenian communities are dwindling as people marry others of diverse backgrounds and often move away, Slovenians and Slovenian Americans have found and continue to find ZARJA a place where they can share their common interest in their heritage.
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 directopedia : Directory : Sports : Soccer : UEFA : Slovenia
With the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy in 1918, Slovenians initially formed part of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, which shortly joined the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, later renamed (1929) the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
The Slovenian government currently intends to adopt the euro as the country's currency from 1 January 2007.
Slovenia's ethnic groups are: Slovenians (89%); Croats, Serbs, Bosniaks and other nationalities of the former Yugoslavia (10%); and the ethnic Hungarian and Italian minorities (0.5%).
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 Abaccipedia Index: TI
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 SLOVENIA
Napoleonic Wars, the region was taken from Austria by France and reorganized as the Illyrian Provinces.
This brief period of liberal rule fostered the Slovenian and South Slav nationalism that triumphed at the close of
In June 1991 the Slovenian parliament issued a declaration of independence, which helped trigger the Yugoslav civil war.
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 Slovenians - Definition, explanation
The Austrian part of Carinthia remained part of Austria and estimated 25,000-40.000 Slovenians in the Austrian state of Carinthia were recognized as a minority and have enjoyed special rights following the Austrian State Treaty (Staatsvertrag) dated from 1955.
The Slovenians in the Austrian state of Styria are not recognized as a minority and do not enjoy special rights, although the State Treaty of July 27, 1955 states otherwise.
Another interesting phenomenon is for some German speakers to refuse to accept the minority as Slovenians at all, referring to them as so called Windische (a claim which linguists reject on the basis that the dialect spoken is by all standards a variant of the Slovenian language).
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 SLOVENES : Encyclopedia Entry
Slovenia was invaded by Axis Powers on April 6, 1941 after a coup d'état in the Yugoslav government ended Yugoslavia's participation in the Tripartite Pact and enraged Adolf Hitler.
There were Slovenians also in the German army (latest estimations put that number close to 10,000).
Most of Carinthia remained part of Austria and 14,000 Slovenians ([17]) in the Austrian state of Carinthia were recognized as a minority and have enjoyed special rights following the Austrian State Treaty (Staatsvertrag) of 1955.
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