2009-08-26 accessdate 2012-03-09 ;Literary history History of Slovene literature begun in the 16th century with Primož Trubar and other Protestant Reformers (Protestant Reformation in the Slovene Lands). Poetry in the Slovene language achieved its highest level with the Romantic (Romantic poetry) poet France Prešeren (1800–1849). In the 20th century, the Slovene literary fiction went through several periods: the beginning of the century was marked by the authors
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railway station Pragersko to Celje (Celje railway station) in 1846, and further via Zidani Most (Zidani Most railway station) to Ljubljana (Ljubljana railway station) in 1849. A double-track line was continued via Postojna (Postojna railway station), Pivka (Pivka railway station), and Divača (Divača railway station), finally reaching Trieste in 1857. Similar sausages are found in other Slavic nations as well, notably Russia (spelled "колбаса", i.e. "kolbasa
?id 9 title Osebna izkaznica author NK Maribor date publisher nkmaribor.com language Slovene accessdate 19 December 2010 They are regarded as a symbol of Slovenian football (Football in Slovenia), particularly in their home region of Styria (Lower Styria) ( ) in northeastern Slovenia. In 1961 the club received a new stadium named Ljudski vrt (Stadion Ljudski Vrt). On 2 September of that year football fans across Slovenia
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; The following estimates of Yugoslav deaths, within 1991 borders, during World War I were made by a Russian journalist in a 2004 handbook of human losses in the 20th century. Total dead 996,000: including military losses 260,000 with the Serbian forces, 80,000 with the Austro-Hungarian forces 13,000 with Montenegro forces and POW deaths in captivity of 93,000. Civilian dead were as follows due to famine and disease 400,000, killed in military operations 120,000 and 30,000 dead in Austrian prisons
in Koper bay) and it often quickly turns to a bora (bora (wind)). With its hurricane powers it can uproot trees and it often damages boats as it crashes them to the coast. Delo news site - images Slovenian winds (bottom) Marine Meteorology: Koper
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Only a tourist train leaves Prešeren Square every day, transporting tourists to the Ljubljana Castle. Besides being used in America, the ''Eyewitness News'' music package has also been picked up for use overseas. Hong Kong Cable News (Cable TV Hong Kong) has been using it for its morning newscast, and POP TV in Slovenia has been using it for its main newscasts. It is also used by Nine Network and its affiliates for their newscasts (Nine News) in Australia. Its rival network, Network Ten, used Move Closer to Your World as theme music for their Eyewitness News newscasts on all of its stations except for its Brisbane station, TVQ-0, from 1976 to 1988 (Network Ten did not reach Perth (Perth, Western Australia) until May 26, 1988), a record twelve years before the theme music was changed to reflect the full reach of the network across Australia's five major cities. By then, Frank Gari's Turn To News, the then Ten news theme in both Brisbane (in 1986) and later in Adelaide (in early 1987), was adopted by Ten's stations in Melbourne, Sydney, and later in Perth that year. Czech (Czechoslovakia) Jan Kotrč (1862–1943), editor and publisher of the magazine ''České Listy'', said the opening was analyzed by English (England) players. Zvonimir Meštrović (b. October 17, 1944) is a Slovenia
, Austria, Switzerland, Mexico, Namibia and Western-America (Western United States) derivatives Mexican Norteno music (Norteno (music)), Brazilian Maxixe (Maxixe (dance)), Biguine, Turbo Polka, Turbo Folk The '''polka''' is a Central European dance and also a genre (musical genre) of dance music (dancing music) familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia. Polka is still a popular genre
. The most popular genre is Cleveland - Slovenian style polka (and waltzes), also Chicago - Polish (Poles) style polka and Czech (Czechs), German (Germans) style polka (and waltzes) and so on. Among some of the better known polka (and waltzes) artists and composers include Happy Louie and Julie (Happy Louie and Julcia's Polka Band), Frankie Yankovic, Walter Ostanek (Canada), Verne Meisner, Mike Schneider (Mike Schneider (polka bandleader)), Tom Brusky
The territory, located in southern Central Europe
The Slavic (Slavic languages), Germanic (Germanic languages), Romance (Romance languages), and Hungarian (Hungarian language) languages meet here.
Historically, the current territory of Slovenia was part of many different state formations, including the Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire, followed by the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Austria-Hungary). In October 1918, the Slovenes exercised self-determination for the first time by co-founding the internationally unrecognized (list of states with limited recognition) State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, which merged that December with the Kingdom of Serbia into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (renamed Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929). During World War II, Slovenia was occupied and annexed by Germany (Nazi Germany), Italy (Kingdom of Italy), Croatia (Independent State of Croatia), and Hungary (Kingdom of Hungary (1920–46)).