🇸🇰 Flag of Slovakia

Flag of Slovakia

The Slovak flag is composed of Pan-Slavic tricolor of white, blue and red color. From 1918 to 1993, there was a common state of Czechs and Slovaks, so the current Slovak flag has not been adopted until the disintegration of Czechoslovakia. Double cross erected on three hills, which is located closer to the side left side of the flag, indicates the beginnings of Christianity in the area of Carpathians. The emblem has been a symbol of Slovaks for a long time, but the tricolor has not been adopted until 1848 when many Slavic nations took inspiration from Russia as the only independent Slavic during the fights for independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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Main information

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Country Slovakia
Capital city Bratislava
Continent Europe
Member of European Union, NATO
Population 5,415,949 (2013)
Total area 49,033 km2
Formation 1. 1. 1993
Highest point Gerlachovský štít (2,655 m)
GDP $ 24,142 (IMF, 2012)
Currency euro (EUR)
Code SK (SVK)
Calling code +421
Internet TLD .sk

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Czech Slovensko (Bratislava)
English Slovakia (Bratislava)
German Slowakei (Bratislava (Pressburg))
French Slovaquie (Bratislava)
Italian Slovacchia (Bratislava)
Spanish Eslovaquia (Bratislava)
Russian Словакия (Братислава)
Slovak Slovensko (Bratislava)
Polish Słowacja (Bratysława)
Portuguese Eslováquia (Bratislava)
Chinese 斯洛伐克 (布拉迪斯拉发)
Japanese スロバキア (ブラチスラバ)
Turkish Slovakya (Bratislava)
Norwegian Slovakia (Bratislava)
Swedish Slovakien (Bratislava)
Hungarian Szlovákia (Pozsony)
Dutch Slowakije (Bratislava)
Danish Slovakiet (Bratislava)
Finnish Slovakia (Bratislava)
Hebrew סלובקיה (ברטיסלאבה)