DID YOU KNOW… Following the re-establishment of Yugoslavia during World War II, Slovenia became part of Federal Yugoslavia. A socialist state was established, but because of the Tito–Stalin split...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW…? Slovenes living in territories that fell under the rule of the neighboring states: Italy, Austria and Hungary, were subjected to assimilation. Grab your favorite cocktail along...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW..? There are a wide variety of birds, such as the tawny owl, the long-eared owl, the eagle owl, hawks, and short-toed eagles. Various other birds of...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW…? The territory of Slovenia mainly belongs to the Black Sea basin, and a smaller part belongs to the Adriatic Sea basin. These two parts are divided...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW…? During World War II while Slovenia was under Nazi control, 30,000 to 40,000 Slovenians were drafted to German army and sent to Eastern front. In schools, expelled...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW…? During World War I, hundreds of thousands of Slovene conscripts were drafted into the Austro-Hungarian Army. However, the Slovene refugees in Italian camps were treated as state...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW…? Slovenia was the only present-day European nation that was trisected and completely annexed into neighboring Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Hungary during World War II. ...Find out more info.
DID YOU KNOW…? The term “Karst topography” refers to that of southwestern Slovenia’s Kras Plateau, a limestone region of underground rivers, gorges, and caves, between Ljubljana and the Mediterranean....Find out more info.
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