My board contains information about the country named Slovakia. You will learn about 8 different traits in Slovakia. They are traits like government, history and economy.
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Men in Slovakia wear very interesting clothes. A lot of men wear white pants. They often wear pants that are white. They often wear shirts with multiple layers. Hats are very popular for men. They also sometimes have something around their neck.
Slovakia has some very interesting foods. Potatoes, wheat flowers, cow and sheep cheese are popular bases for Slovak foods. Fruits like apple, pear, peach, apricot, cherry plum, grape and many other are popular in Slovakia. Pork, fish, beef and chicken are popular meats in Slovakia.
Slovakia has many different religions. The most popular religion is Roman Catholic. 68.9% of people are of that religion. Other religions are Evangelic (6.9%), Greek Catholic (4.1%), Reformed Christian (2.0%), Orthodox Christian (0.9%)
Slovakia has many holidays. Slovakia’s independence day is the Day of Establishment in of the Slovak Republic. Slovakia has many of the same holidays as we do like Easter, Christmas and Labor Day. Slovakia also has holidays celebrating end of wars. Those holidays are Day of victory over Fascism and Slovak National Uprising Anniversary.
Mother's in Slovakia have birth rate of 1.34 kids. Men average to be 73.3 years old. Women average to be 80.71 years old. Life expectancy for men in the US is 71.11 years old. The life expectancy for women in the US is 81.94
Slovakia has very good schools. According to the BBC Slovakia has the 37th best education, while America is ranked 28th. Slovakia has a total literacy rate of 99.65%. Men have a rate 99.7% and women have a rate of 99.6%
Popular adult drinks in Slovakia are beer, wine and coffee. Kids drink the same stuff as we do in America like lemonade or soft drinks. They like a unique turkish coffee. As people go out for a beer in America, people in Slovakia go out from Slovakia.
Czechoslovakia was founded in 1918 in Central Europe. The leader of the nation was Tomas Garrigue Masaryk. Then in late 1992 2 parts of Czechoslovakia split and became the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Slovakia got their Freedom from what is now called Czech Republic on January 1st 1993. Before the Czech Republic and Slovakia were one they were called Czechoslovakia. This was a very important time in Slovakian History.