Slovenian (slovenščina/slovenski jezik) or Slovene is a South Slavic language spoken by about 2.5 million people mainly in Slovenia, and also in Italy, particularly in Friuli Venezia Giulia; in Austria especially in Carinthia and Styria; in Vas in Hungary, and and also in Croatia. Slovenian is closely related to Croatian and Serbian, particularly to the Kajkavian and Čakavian dialects, and is in fact more or less mutually intelligible with Kajkavian Croatian dialects. (...)
- Ljubljana Cathedral - In Slovenian language is called "Ljubljanska Stolnica" but the official name is St. Nicholas's Church which in the past was a Gothic church. In the early 18th century, it was Replaced by a Baroque building. It is an easily recognizable landmark of the city with its green dome and twin towers and stands at Cyril and Methodius Square, nearby the Ljubljana Central Market and the Town Hall. www.emanueledelbufalo.com "The Long-Term Traveler" Slovenia
Slovenia boasts a rich cultural tradition, and the identity of the Slovenian people is inseparably connected with their culture and the Slovenian language.