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Index

  • Slovakia name and origin
  • Location on Europe
  • Flag and symbols explanation
  • Language and currency
  • Capital and imporany cities
  • Political System
  • Main atractions
  • Gastronomy
  • Goals and problems to solve
  • Webgraphy

Slovakia

Slovakia is a parliamentary democratic republic, with a head of government – ​​the prime minister – who has most of the executive power, and a head of state – the President – ​​who, although formally the head of the executive, has very large powers. Limits

Slovakia location in the map of Europe

Map is showing Slovakia, officially the Slovak Republic, a landlocked country in central Europe. It is bordered by Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and the Ukraine. With an area of 49,035 km², the country is somewhat larger than half of Portugal or about twice the size of the U.S. state New Hampshire. The country's terrain consist of rugged mountains in the central and northern part and lowlands in the south.

The flag and its explanation

The original version of the flag, dated 1848, featured the republic's emblem: a Gothic shield with a red background with a double white cross (patriarchal) on three blue hills. The national flag of Slovakia was adopted as the national flag on 23 June 1939 and was used until 1945.

Language and currency

The official language of Slovakia is Slovak, which is closely linked to other West Slavic languages ​​- mainly Czech - receiving other influences from Latin, German and English and the currency they use is the Euro.

Capital city and important cities of Slovakia

Slovakia's capital is the city of Bratislava and the largest cities in Slovakia are Presov and Nitra

Political System

The political system of Slovakia is a parliamentary democratic republic, with a head of government – ​​the Prime Minister – who has most of the executive power, and a head of State – the President – ​​who, although formally the head of the executive, has very large powers. limited.

Main tourist atrractions in Slovakia

The five main tourist attractions in Slovakia are Devins Castle, Bratislava Old Town, Bratislava Statues, Blue Church and Primate's Palace

Slovakia gastronomy

Regional dishes are as colorful as the Slovak countryside itself. The traditional cuisine of mountain areas mainly favors those who love cheese and milk products. In low lying areas, you can taste more spicy food, cabbage specialties, goose, lokše (local fried flatbread) or trdelník (sweet pastry cylinders) or Bryndzové Halušky

Goals an problems to solve

Slovakia has many problems to solve like :

  • Economic growth
  • Job creation
  • Innovation and Techonology
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • International relations
  • Good governance
  • Social welfare

webgraphy

https://slovakia.travel/en/things-to-see-and-do/gastronomia/traditional-recipes

https://balkaninsight.com/2022/11/17/slovakia-faces-tough-choices-as-youth-continues-to-leave/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slovakia

https://www.britannica.com/place/Slovakia/Cultural-life

https://european-union.europa.eu/principles-countries-history/country-profiles/slovakia_en

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