Our Slovenian translation team consists of
Slovenian or Slovene is an Indo-European language belonging to the Western subgroup of the South Slavic branch of the Slavic languages. It is spoken by about 2.4 million people worldwide, the majority of whom live in Slovenia, along with Slovenian minorities in Italy (more than 100,000), Austria (25,000) and other European countries. Slovenian is an official language of the European Union. Standard Slovenian evolved from the Central Slovenian dialects used in the 18th century and consolidated itself in the 19-20th century. While distinct regional varieties exist, the spoken and written language is uniform and standardized. Though not facing imminent extinction, such dialects have been declining over the past century. Linguists generally agree that there are about 48 dialects, with different grades of mutual intelligibility. Pronunciation differs greatly from area to area, and literary language is mainly used in public presentations or on formal occasions.
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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),