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Slovenian (slovenščina/slovenski jezik) or Slovene is a South Slavic language spoken by about 2.5 million people mainly in Slovenia, and also in Italy, particularly in Friuli Venezia Giulia; in Austria especially in Carinthia and Styria; in Vas in Hungary, and and also in Croatia. Slovenian is closely related to Croatian and Serbian, particularly to the Kajkavian and Čakavian dialects, and is in fact more or less mutually intelligible with Kajkavian Croatian dialects. (...)

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German blood. Slovene language. SEE? Slovakia/Czech Republic is my ultimate favorite, a Germanic-Slavic country. :)
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German blood. Slovene language.

German blood. Slovene language. SEE? Slovakia/Czech Republic is my ultimate favorite, a Germanic-Slavic country. :)

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Bulgarian (Български) is a Southern Slavic language with about 12 million speakers mainly in Bulgaria, but also in Ukraine, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Greece, Romania, Canada, USA, Australia, Germany and Spain. Bulgarian is mutually intelligible with Macedonian, and fairly closely related to Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Slovenian. (...)

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Slovenia - [Predjama Castle] Area: 20,256 sq km. Alpine state adjoining Italy, Hungary, Croatia and Austria. Population: 2,024,912. Capital: Ljubljana. Official language: Slovene, Hungarian, Italian. 10 All languages

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he Slavic Languages West Slavic: South Slavic: East Slavic: Czech-Slovak sub-group: - Czech - Slovak Lechitic sub-group: - Polish - Kaszubian - Polabian Sorbian sub-group: - Upper Sorbian - Lower Sorbian Western sub-group: - Serbo-Croatian - Slovenian Eastern sub-group: - Old Church Slavonic - Bulgarian - Macedonian - Old Russian - Russian - Belorussian - Ukranian - Rusyn

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