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About 7 percent of the population speaks Serbo-Croatian. Unlike other Slavic cultures, the Slovenes have been greatly influenced by German and Austrian cultures, a result of centuries of rule by the Austrian Habsburgs.
Italian influence is evident in the regions that border Italy.
The plateaus to the east, where Ljubljana is located, have a mild, more moderate climate with warm to hot summers and cold winters. In 2000, Slovenia had an overall population of about 1,970,056 with an overall population density of 252 people per square mile (97 per square kilometer).
The majority of the population was ethnically Slovene, a Slavic group.
The stars were taken from the coat of arms of the Counts of Celje, the Slovenian dynastic house of the late fourteenth–early fifteenth centuries.
, chieftain Franko Samo created the first independent Slovene state, which covered an area from Lake Balaton, now located in Hungary, to the Mediterranean.
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Eighty-seven percent of the population considers itself Slovene, while Hungarians and Italians constitute significant groups and have the status of indigenous minorities under the Slovenian Constitution, guaranteeing them seats in the National Assembly.
Three main rivers located in the northeast, the Mura, the Drava, and the Sava, provide valuable sources of water.
On the Pannonian plain to the east and northeast, near the borders with Hungary and Croatia, the landscape is primarily flat.
Slovenia's flag consists of three horizontal bands of white on the top, blue, and then red on the bottom with a shield in the upper left.
On the shield are three white mountain peaks with three gold six-pointed stars above them.