Our Slovenian translation team consists of
Slovenian is an Indo-European language that belongs to the western subgroup of the South Slavic branch of Slavic languages. It is spoken by about 2.4 million people worldwide. The majority lives in Slovenia, where it is the official language, together with Slovenian minorities in Italy, Austria and other European countries. Slovenian is also an official language of the European Union. The standard Slovenian developed from the central Slovenian dialects, which were used in the 18th century and in the 19th-20th centuries. Century consolidated. Next it is related to the northern dialect of Croatian. For a long time, Slovenian was heavily influenced by German, from which it also adopted many words, which were, however, partially replaced by new formations in the standard language. A peculiarity of the language is the dual, its own form for the two-number, which has disappeared in most other Slavic languages.
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Bari (IT), Bologna (IT), Celje (SI), Dravograd (SI), Florence (IT), Graz (AT), Innsbruck (AT), Kaprun (AT), Klagenfurt (AT), Kranj (SI), Linz (AT), Ljubljana (SI), Maribor (SI), Milan (IT), Naples (IT), Nova Gorica (SI), Palermo (IT), Postojna (SI), Ptuj (SI), Rome (IT), Salzburg (AT), Steyr (AT), Trieste (IT), Turin (IT), Velenje (SI), Verona (IT), Vienna (AT), Villach (AT),