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  1. Stična - Wikipediačna

    6 days ago · Stična is een plaats in Slovenië en maakt deel uit van de gemeente Ivančna Gorica in de NUTS-3-regio Osrednjeslovenska. De plaats telt 712 inwoners (2002). De plaats telt 712 inwoners (2002). Bronnen, noten en/of referenties

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    • MOLITEV - Stična mladih 2020
    • Stična mladih 2020 - sv. maša
  2. History of Slovenia :
    • Prehistory
    • Celts and The Romans
    • Migration of The Slavs
    • Slavic Tribal Principalities
    • Frankish Country
    • The Holy Roman Empire
    • Arrival and Consolidation of The Habsburgs
    • from The Reformation Until The Spring of Nations
    • Austria-Hungary
    • First World War
    • Time Between World Wars
    • Second World War
    • Appearance of Federal Yugoslavia
    • Independent Slovenia
    • Slovenia in The European Union

    The oldest evidence of human settlements on Slovenian territory are two stoned tools from a cave in Loza near Orehek, around 250.000 years old. The most important discovery from würm ice age period, when the territory of Slovenia was inhabited by Neanderthals, is the flute from Divje babe near the village Šebrelje on Idrija-Cerkljansko. In younger stone and copper age the people were already engaged with livestock and agriculture. In transition from copper to iron age, the culture of urn buri...

    In the 4th and 3rd century BC, today’s territory of Slovenia was occupied by tribes of Celts, who established the first state formation, named Noricum kingdom. From that time, a lot of names of today’s cities (Bohinj, Tuhinj) and rivers (Sava, Savinja, Drava) come from. Roman penetration on territory of today’s Slovenia started after the establishment of Aquileia (181 BC). In the second half of 2nd century Romans conquered Histre, Tavrsike (129 BC) and Karne (115 BC) in Istrian wars. Then in...

    In the 6th century, on wider territory of eastern Alps, Slavs have settled. First Slavic migration wave is dated around year 550. It was held from direction of today’s Moravska. Second migration wave came from after Lombards that emigrated from today’s Slovenian territory to Italy in year 568. On that emptied place Avars and Slavs started to migrate.Area, which was settled by Slavs, was inhabited also by the rest of Romanized indigenous, who partly maintained Christianity. Migration of the Sl...

    Slavs in eastern Alps were, as Slavs in Pannonia, subordinated by authorities of Avar kegans. With impairment of Avars power at the beginning of 7th century, on territory of southern Koroška, there was developed a relatively independent ”landscape of Slavs” (marca Vinedorume), with its own prince. In year 623, it probably joined to Alps Slavs under the leadership of the king Sam. After the fall of Sam’s tribal association in year 658, the ”landscape of Slavs” with centre on Krn castle north o...

    After unsuccessful Bulgarian penetration in Pannonia and its reconquest, the king Ludvik the German, around year 840, assigned Pannonia into a feud to a refugee from Moravska, named Pribina. Pribina was appointed for count in year 847, and territory of lower Pannonia became his property. Seat of the government was in Blatenska kostel in today’s Hungary. In year 861, Pribina’s son, Kocelj, took his place and snatched from Frankish influence. Kocelj was supporting Slavik mission of St. Cyril an...

    After newly gained independence, administrative organization was also changed; this was now based on border counties (marks or landscapes). Koroška become a duchy in year 976, and Emperor Oton II. Subjected to it the following neighbouring border counties: Karantanija mark, Podravska and Savinja mark, Kranjsko, Istrian mark, Friulian mark and Verona mark. This half independent formation existed till the beginning of 11th century, when provinces started to create. In this period, feudal system...

    When all dukes Babenberg (Austrian) and Spanheim (Kranjska and Koroška’s) were extinct, in years 1246 and 1269, Czech king Otokar II. Přemsyl was established on the Slovenian territory. In year 1260 he ripped Štajerska from Hungarian king Beil IV., and in the year 1269 occupied Kranjska and Koroška. He already had Austria in his hands from the year 1254 and in year 1272 he became Friulian general captain, and therefore dominated territories from Czech to Adriatic Sea. But Emperor Rudolf I. Ha...

    In the middle of 16th century, on Slovenian territory reformation expanded mainly in Lutheran way. It set the foundations for Slovenian literary language, and with the creation of Slovenian language established the beginnings of linguistic communities. Primož Trubar had, in the year 1550, issued the first two books in Slovene language, Abecednik and Katekizem. Protestants issued around 50 more other books in Slovene language, among others also first Slovenian grammar in the year 1584, Jurij D...

    In the year 1867, Slovenian deputies already got the majority in provincial elections on Kranjska. When Austria-Hungary was formed with the distribution of the country on Hungary and Austria parts, the bigger part of today’s Slovenian territory stayed in Austrian part of the monarchy. Only Prekmurje stayed in Hungarian part. Since the year 1866, after losing the war with Italy and Prussia, Italy got Venetia; Venetian Slovenians came under Italy, which was confirmed by a formal plebiscite.Slov...

    During WWI, which badly hurt Slovenia, in particular with bloody Soča front and with imperialistic policies of the superpowers, which threatened with dissection of Slovenian territory among several countries (London agreement 1915), Slovenians tried to regulate their national position with common state unity with Croatians and Serbs in Habsburgs monarchy.Request, known as May declaration, was offered to Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian deputies in Wien parliament in summer of 1917. The ruling...

    After the defeat of Austria-Hungary and central forces, Croatian sabor in Zagreb and peoples rally in Ljubljana on the 29th October 1918, declared independence and establishment of independent state of Slovenians, Croatians and Serbs (SHS) with centre in Zagreb. Several factors contributed that on the 1st December of 1918 there was the merge of country SHS into a kingdom of Serbs, Croatians and Slovenians. Among them was the danger presented by Italians, which on the London based agreement in...

    Germany was getting ready to attack the Soviet Union, after Hitler tried to expand triple pact into quadruple, but the conflict of interests between Germany and Soviet Union prevented that, since both had strong territorial trends towards Bosporus and Dardanelles. In the year 1940, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania joined that triple pact. This strongly increased the pressure on Yugoslavia, so that she also would sign the approach, for what Hitler endeavoured, with this he wanted to protect his s...

    Assembly of delegates of Slovenian nation in Kočevje on October 1943 decided to integrate Slovenia into new Yugoslavia, which was established on assembly AVNOJ in Jajce November 1943 and was two years later declared for Federal People ’s Republic Yugoslavia (FLRJ). Slovenia, as its part renamed itself into People’s Republic Slovenia. Until year 1947 all private activities were nationalized.After the turn of with the Soviet Union in year 1948, Yugoslavia started to introduce a mild form of soc...

    After the death of Josip Broz Tito in the year 1980, the economic and political conditions started to became strained and after ten years it led to the end of SFRJ. First clear demand of independence of Slovenia was in year 1987 and was set by group of intellectuals in 57th number of magazine Nova. Demand for democracy and resistance against centralized Yugoslavia initiated arrest of three workers of political weekly magazine Mladina and a sergeant of JLA.In years 1988 and 1989 were formed fi...

    In February 1999 association agreement came into effect with European Union, Slovenia became a member of NATO on 29th March 2004 and on 1st May also a member of European Union. Slovenia assumed common European currency euro on 1st January 2007.

  3. Ljubljana railway station - Wikipedia

    3 days ago · The Ljubljana railway station (Slovene: Železniška postaja Ljubljana) is the principal railway station in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.It was completed on 18 April 1848, a year before the South railway, connecting Vienna and Trieste, reached Ljubljana.

    • 289.5 m (950 ft)
    • Trg Osvobodilne fronte 6, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
  4. Moste District - Wikipedia

    2 days ago · The Moste District (pronounced ; Slovene: Četrtna skupnost Moste), or simply Moste, is a district (mestna četrt) of the City Municipality of Ljubljana.It encompasses the east-central part of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.

  5. Anton Tomaž Linhart – Wikipediaž_Linhart

    1 day ago · Anton Tomaž Linhart, född 11 december 1756, död 14 juli 1795, var en slovensk historiker och dramatiker. Han var en av centralfigurerna under upplysningstiden och pionjär inom flera områden bland annat dramatik och historia.

  6. Lubiana - Wikipedia

    2 days ago · Il territorio su cui sorge Lubiana presenta un elevato rischio sismico: ciò è dovuto a causa della sua posizione a sud della placca tettonica eurasiatica, crocevia di tre zone tettoniche importanti: le Alpi, a nord, le Alpi Dinariche, a sud e la pianura Pannonica ad est. Nel corso dei secoli, la città infatti è stata più volte devastata dai terremoti; gli scienziati sono stati in grado di ...

  7. Ljubljana - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

    3 days ago · Ljubljana (pronunciat [ʎub'ʎʌna]) (en alemany Laibach, en italià Lubiana) és la capital i la ciutat més gran de l'estat d'Eslovènia.Està situada al centre del país i entre els rius Ljubljanica i Sava, i té una població de 310.000 habitants.

  8. Provincia di Lubiana - Wikipedia

    4 days ago · La provincia di Lubiana venne istituita il 3 maggio 1941, al termine della Campagna di Jugoslavia durante la Seconda guerra mondiale, a seguito della spartizione delle zone etnicamente slovene dell'allora Regno di Jugoslavia fra le forze di occupazione italiane (nella parte sud), quelle tedesche (nella parte nord) e il Regno d'Ungheria (nella parte est).

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