The Slovenia flag is a tricolor design with three horizontal bars of equal width. The colors are red, white, and blue. These colors are Pan-Slavic, but they originate from the Duchy of Carniola’s coat of arms.
The Slovenia flag also contains the nation’s coat of arms, which is depicted in the upper right corner. Located on this coat of arms is the nation’s highest point, Mount Triglav. The design was created in 1848 during the Spring of Nations. It was created by a group of students from Ljubljana, and was intended to represent the Russian flag to some extent.
The proportions of the flag are 1:2. During 2003, a movement began to change the Slovenia flag. The design that one has eleven stripes, but right now, public opinion seems to be strongly against such as change.
The largest city and capital city of the country is Ljubljana. The Slovenia flag belongs to a country whose national song or anthem is “7th stanza of Zdravljica”.
Some interesting facts about Slovenia:
languages: Slovenian 91.2%, Serbo-Croatian 4.4%, others /unspecified 4.4%
religion: Catholicism 57.8%, Islam 2.5%, Orthodoxy 2.2%, other Christians 0.9%, unaffiliated 3.5%, other/unspecified 23%, atheist 10.1%
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