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Liam, Svit, Nace, Dalibor, Tara and Zarja for the first time among the top 200 names in Slovenia On 1 January 2018, 55,520 different names were registered in Slovenia, 70% of them are unique. The longest name has 13 letters, the shortest have only 2. Some names are identical for men and women.
Average monthly earnings higher in nominal terms and lower in real terms than in 1st quarter 2018 Average monthly gross earnings of persons employed by registered natural persons for the 2 nd quarter of 2018 amounted to EUR 976.23; compared to gross earnings for the 1 st quarter of 2018 they ...
On Monday school doors will open again for about 258,000 basic and upper secondary school pupils School holidays are almost over and on Monday schools will open the doors for about 258,000 basic and upper secondary school pupils.
More than 1.4 million tourist overnight stays in June 2018 More than 570,000 tourist arrivals and over 1.4 million tourist overnight stays were recorded in June 2018.
In 2017, 72% of households in Slovenia could afford holidays In 2017, 72% of households in Slovenia could afford one-week holidays outside home for all household members, which was three percentage points more than in the previous year and the most since we ...
For the first time in ten years beer exports exceeded imports Since 2007 the first Friday in August has been celebrated worldwide as the International Beer Day, a day dedicated to all beer lovers, brewers, hops producers and pub owners. Consumption
In 2017, 22.3 million tonnes of goods handled in the Port of Koper In the Port of Koper 22.3 million tonnes of goods were handled in 2017, 1.1 million tonnes (5%) more than in 2016.
In 2017, every week 189 Slovenian citizens and 147 foreigners emigrated from Slovenia In 2017, 3,300 Slovenian citizens immigrated to Slovenia, as did 15,500 foreign citizens. Nearly 9,900 Slovenian citizens and almost 7,700 foreign citizens emigrated from the country.
If most Majas are born in May, are most Julijas born in July? Residents of Slovenia have almost 55,000 different names, some of them related to months: April, May, July and August.
The global population in 2017 at 7.55 billion The United Nations proclaimed 11 July the World Population Day in 1989, i.e. two years after the world’s population exceeded five billion.
What has changed in Slovenia since it won independence? At the Statehood Day, 25 June, we prepared a longer release describing economic, environmental and demographic changes experienced by Slovenia in the last almost 30 years.
By the end of March more than 800,000 arrivals and over 2 million overnight stays More than 691,000 tourist overnight stays and more than 249,000 tourist arrivals were recorded in Slovenia in February 2018.
20 May became the World Bee Day on the initiative of Slovenia As regards the number of beekeepers per 1,000 population, Slovenia is at the top of the EU-28. However, as regards the quantity, it is among to smallest honey producers in the EU.
Museums and galleries in Slovenia organised 1,960 exhibitions and around 37,000 educational programs in 2016 The International Council of Museums, ICOM , proclaimed 18 May the International Museum Day 41 years ago.
World Telecommunication and Information Society Day The emphasis of the World Telecommunication and Information Society day is on the potentials of artificial intelligence that has the ability to learn also on the basis of the data that are created ...
Slovenian Book Days 2018: 5,319 book titles issued in 2016, 1,808 of them literature Book production in Slovenia was growing between 1991 and 2011, but since then it has been in decline: in 1991 2,459 titles, in 2009 record-breaking 6,953 titles, and in 2016 – latest data – 5,319 ...
In 2017 1.69 million passengers travelled through all three Slovenian international airports In 2017 1.69 million passengers travelled through all three Slovenian international airports (Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, Airport of Edvard Rusjan Maribor, Portorož Airport).
This year's World Health Day is held under the slogan "Health for All" Slovenia assigns annually about 9% of its GDP to health, mostly for curative treatment and for medical goods.
Hens in Slovenia lay on average a million eggs a day According to the latest data, there are about 1.7 million laying hens in Slovenia, which lay on average a million eggs a day.
In Slovenia more people feel happy most or all of the time than in the EU-28 overall Healthy people are much more satisfied with their lives than those who have health issues.
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