Not merely the country’s highest hill, Triglav is also Slovenia’s national symbol. Its familiar three-way peak could be seen on every little thing from Slovenian euro coins to the national coat-of-arms. On the leading of Triglav, at an elevation of 2864 meters or 9396 feet, stands the Alja?? Tower. Exactly what may initially look merely like a steel refuge for mountaineers has, over the previous 118 years, likewise pertained to symbolize Slovenia’s nationhood.
Slovenia is a beautiful country in 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 official language in Slovenia is Slovenian language.The highest mountain in Slovenia is Mount Triglav (2864m). The capital city is Ljubljana (300.000 citizens). Slovenia is a member of European Union, the Eurozone (?), the Schengen area, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Council of Europe, NATO, UNESCO, WTO and UN. According to Global Peace index ranking, Slovenia is 9th safest country in the
Let me give you some facts about the country. Slovenia?s history can be traced way back to the 8th century, even though the country has an impressive modern political entity. Maybe it is because it has been independent since 1991. In its history, its territory was a part of so many different state formations that includes the Frankish Kingdom, the Roman and a lot more.
Slovenia has 46 kilometers of its own coast. It borders on Italian coast in the north and on Croatian coast in the south. Despite the fact that the coast it self is rather small it has quite many towns and interesting spots, worth mentioning and visiting on your Slovenia holidays. I will describe seven of them (of course most important and tourist interesting ones), sorted from north to south. 1.) Ankaran Ankaran is a village only few meters away from Italian border. It is interesting because of very fine sand in the sea (you don?t have to walk on rocks