Slovakia Travel Guide

Slovakia Hotels

Slovakia Travel Destination
Bratislava, Slovakia
Bardejov, Slovakia
Kosice, Slovakia

Slovakia Tourism:
Slovakia Architecture and landmarks
Slovakia Folklore
Slovakia Museums
Slovakia Natural Environment
Slovakia Ski Winter Sports
Slovakia Souvenirs and Shopping
Slovakia World Heritage Site

Slovakia Directory & Slovakia Travel Information

History of Slovakia:
Before the 5th Century

Great Invasions of the 4th-7th Centuries

Slavic States

The Era of Great Moravia
Kingdom of Hungary

Czechoslovakia and World War II

Rule of the Communist Party

Establishment of the Slovak Republic

Slovakia Geography & Climate
Slovakia Demographics

Slovakia Politics

Slovakia Regions & Districts

Slovakia Economy
Slovakia Industry

Slovakia Infrastructures

Slovakia Tourism

Slovakia Science

Slovakia Culture

Slovakia Literature

Slovakia Cuisine

Slovakia Music

Slovakia Sports


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Slovakia Demographics

The majority of the inhabitants of Slovakia are ethnically Slovak (85.8%). Hungarians are the largest ethnic minority (9.7%). Other ethnic groups, as of the 2001 census, include Roma with 1.7%, Ruthenians or Ukrainians with 1%, and other or unspecified, 1.8%. Unofficial estimates on the number of Roma population are much higher, around 9%.

The official state language is Slovak, a member of the Slavic Language Family, but Hungarian is also widely spoken in the south of the country and enjoys a co-official status in some municipalities, and many people also speak Czech.

The Slovak constitution guarantees freedom of religion. The majority of Slovak citizens (68.9%) identify themselves as Roman Catholics, although church attendance is much lower than this percentage. The second-largest group are people without confession (13%). About 6.93% indentify as Lutherans, 4.1% Greek Catholic (affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church), and 2.0% Calvinism. Other and non-registered churches account for 1.1% of the population and some 0.9% are Eastern Orthodox. About 2,300 Jews remain of the large estimated pre-WWII population of 90,000.

In 2007 Slovakia was estimated to have a fertility rate of 1.33., which is one of the lowest numbers among EU countries.


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Slovakia Travel Destination
Bratislava Slovakia - Bardejov Slovakia - Kosice Slovakia

Slovakia Travel Informations and Slovakia Travel Guide
History of Slovakia: Before the 5th Century - Great Invasions of the 4th-7th Centuries - Slavic States
The Era of Great Moravia - Kingdom of Hungary - Czechoslovakia and World War II - Rule of the Communist Party
Establishment of the Slovak Republic

Slovakia Geography & Climate - Slovakia Demographics - Slovakia Politics - Slovakia Regions & Districts
Slovakia Economy - Slovakia Industry - Slovakia Infrastructures - Slovakia Tourism - Slovakia Science
Slovakia Culture
- Slovakia Literature - Slovakia Cuisine - Slovakia Music - Slovakia Sports

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