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Slovakia and Slovenia
Slovakia and Slovenia are two small Central European countries that often get confused. Even President Bush addressed "Slovakian friends" while welcoming Slovenia to NATO. See if you can tell the difference between the two nations.
Which country, Slovakia or Slovenia, used to be part of Yugoslavia?
None of them
Which former empire were both Slovenia and Slovakia part of?
Slovakia and Slovenia joined the European Union on the same day (May 1, 2004). Which of them was first to accept the euro currency?
Both did on the day of their accession to the EU.
None of them has accepted the EURO currency.
What is the capital of Slovakia?
What is the capital of Slovenia?
Which country borders both Slovenia and Slovakia?
Which statement concerning Slovakia and Slovenia is true?
Slovakia has access to the Baltic Sea.
Both countries are landlocked.
Both countries have access to the Black Sea.
Slovenia has access to the Adriatic Sea.
The Danube river flows through many Central European countries. Which of these statements concerning Slovakia and Slovenia is true?
The Danube does not flow through either of the 2 countries.
The Danube originates in Slovakia and then enters Slovenia.
Of the two countries, only Slovakia has Danubian banks.
The Danube originates in Slovenia and then flows through Slovakia.
Which of these statements regarding Slovakia and Slovenia is true?
Only Slovenia is an Alpine country.
Both are Alpine countries.
Only Slovakia is an Alpine country.
None of them is an Alpine country.
Which country, Slovakia or Slovenia, borders a country that did not join the European Union in the period 1951-2007?
Both share borders with countries that did not became EU members during this period.
Only Slovakia borders a country that did not join the EU during this period.
Only Slovenia borders a country that did not join the EU during this period.
Both share borders only with countries that became EU members during this period.
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