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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 theRead More →

Most of the time people use maps to go to an unknown place so that they will have guide on where to go so that they will not get lost, it is the most accurate guide that is available right now and together with science it is getting more accurate and a lot more easier to go from one place to another without getting lost at all. There is also a science called Cartography that creates maps in a very precise way. In the past the maps were very expensive that only a few can afford it and they wereRead More →

Even though Slovenia is a small country with the area of just 20 273 km2, its landscape is so diverse, that it is hard to find such interesting country anywhere else. This could also be one of the reasons, why it is so easy to lose orientation in our beautiful country. But luckily, we have a solution. Maps of Slovenia enable us to find a spot we are looking for at any time and everywhere. Definitely the most known map of Slovenia is a classical map, which can be found in every classroom of primary schools in Slovenia. School mapRead More →

We all know that the easiest method to navigate in an unknown area is to use a map. Maps show us minimized picture of Earth?s surface, so we can always use it to find any wanted spot, when we are in an unknown place. Cartography is a science, which focus on creating maps. Today, this mixture of science and art is so advanced, that we can find very precise maps of practically anything we can imagine. Precision was not a feature of the first maps, as they were made with very primitive techniques in comparison with modern maps. In theRead More →