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  • The full and official designation for Slovakia is the Slovak Republic
  • Slovak refers to an inhabitant or native of Slovakia.  Slovaks is the plural.
  • Slovak also refers to the language of Slovakia.
  • Slovak can also be used as an adjective.
  • The official flag of the Slovak Republic is composed of three equal horizontal bands of white (top), blue (middle), and red (red) superimposed with the Slovak emblem centered on the hoist side. 
  • The official Slovak Republic emblem consists of a cross Lorraine atop 3 hills in a shield; the cross is white centered on a background of red and blue. The Cross of Lorraine is a Latin cross with a second, longer horizontal bar intersecting end of the vertical bar.
  • About 15% of the population of Slovakia is non-Slovak. Composed mainly of Hungarians, Roma (Gypsies), Czechs, Ruthenians and Ukrainians, these minorities enjoy full protection of their language, culture and history under the constitution and subsequent legislation enacted into law.
  • Slovakia is modern European country mixed with a deep rural tradition. Geographically, it is primarily a mountainous country with numerous winter activities. It has a continental European climate with moderate winters and warm summers.
  • The Slovak Republic is located at the precise geographic center of Europe.  Hence, this Central European country is referred to as the "Country at the Heart of Europe." 
  • The leaders of Slovakia felt that the Czech and Slovak Federation did not provide for adequate autonomy and wasn't the best way for the Slovak people to develop culturally and economically.  And that is Slovak got separated from Czech.
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