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European Domains: Slovakia (.sk)

  

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.sk Registration:

.sk registration your Slovakian domain, click here!

.sk is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Slovakia. It is administered by SK-NIC a.s.. Registrations are only allowed to local entities.

Before the split in 1993 former Czechoslovakia used domain .cs.

Background Information :

Population

2001 census 5,379,455 (109th) - Density 111/km2 (88th) 287/sq mi

GDP

(PPP) 2008 estimate - Total $109.677 billion (59th) - Per capita $21,787, (41st)

National Anthem

Nad Tatrou sa blȻska "Lightning over the Tatras"

Area

Total 49,035 km2 (130th) 18,932 sq mi - Water (%) negligible

International Dialling Code

+421

Currency

Slovak koruna (SKK) (SKK)

Population type

85.8% Slovaks, 9.7% Hungarians, 1.7% Roma, 2.8% other minority groups

Government

Parliamentary republic - President Ivan Gaparovi - Prime Minister Robert Fico - President of National Council Pavol PaÊíka

Language

Slovak

Time Zone

CET (UTC+1) - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Slovakia (long form: Slovak Republic; Slovak:, long form, is a landlocked country in Central and Danubian Europe with a population of over five million and an area of about 49,000 square kilometres (almost 19,000 square miles). The Slovak Republic brders the Czech Republic and Austria to the west, Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east and Hungary to the south. The largest city is its capital, Bratislava. Slovakia is a member state of the European Union, NATO, UN, OECD, WTO, UNESCO and other international organizations.

The Slavic people arrived in the territory of present day Slovakia between the 5th and 6th centuries AD during the Migration Period. In the course of history, various parts of Slovakia belonged to Samo's Empire (the first known political unit of Slas), Great Moravia, the Kingdom of Hungary, Habsburg (Austrian) monarchy, Austria-Hungary and Czechoslovakia. The present-day Slovak Republic became an independent state on January 1, 1993 with the peaceful division of Czechoslovakia in the Velvet Divorce; it was, with Czech Republic, the last European country to gain independence in the 20th century.


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