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Slovakia, a land-locked country of Central Europe, is bordered by several other countries: Poland to the north, Hungary to the south, Ukraine to the east and Austria and the Czech Republic to the west. It covers an area of almost 19,000 square miles (almost 49,000 sq. km) and has a population of around 5.4 million people.

 

The landscape of Slovakia is dominated by rugged mountains in the center and north (the Carpathian Mountains run through most of the northern part) and lowlands in the south. The High Tatra mountain range, situated near to the Polish border, is particularly popular among skiers and contains several picturesque lakes and valleys. Several rivers run through Slovakia, including the Danube. The climate varies within Slovakia due to the mountainous areas, although most areas have warm summers and cold, humid winters.

 

Slovak, a Slavic language, is the country's official language, although people around the south of the country often speak Hungarian, and Rusyn is heard around the northeast. 80.7% of the country's population is Slovak, 8.5% Hungarian, 2.0% Roma, 0.6% Czech, 0.6% Rusyn and 7.0% of other nationalities. 

 

Slovakia, which is the world's 40th richest economy by GDP (nominal) per capita, has undergone significant economic reform since it was separated from the Czech Republic in 1993, which helped it to get on track and join the European Union in 2004, before adopting the euro as its national currency in January 2009. Much of the country's industries and businesses have been privatized, with most banks now controlled by foreign investors. Slovakia's principal export markets are Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, France, Austria and Italy, while its main exports include machinery and electrical equipment, motor vehicles, chemicals, minerals and base metals, and plastics.

 

The food of Slovakia centers on meat, potatoes, flour, cheese, cabbage, onions and garlic. Pork is by far the most consumed meat, followed by beef and poultry. (Chicken is the most consumed poultry, with duck, goose and turkey also eaten frequently.) A typical dish is 'bryndzove halusky', potato dumplings with sheep cheese garnished with bacon. A meat specialty of Slovakia is a pig-derived blood sausage known as 'jaternice'. Game is also widely consumed, in particular rabbit, boar and venison. Desserts, influenced by neighboring regions such as Hungary, include crepes filled with jam or chocolate, fruit dumplings filled with plum jam, and rice pudding. Wines are produced in the warmer, southern area of Slovakia, divided into six wine regions, the most internationally renowned region being Tokaj. Beer is also popular in Slovakia, especially the Pilsener variety. 

 

Slovakia's art goes back to the Middle Ages, as does its music, which contains the influences of both the Slovak people and the music of neighboring countries. Several prehistoric instruments have been found during excavations and include bone pipes dating from about 3000 BC, as well as iron and bronze bells dating back to the third or fourth century AD. Folk music, which has always played an important role in the cultural heritage of Slovakia, developed in particular during the 19th century and was later incorporated into the compositions of Slovakia's classical composers. Typical folk instruments include the 'fujara', a shepherd's pipe. Since the 1950s, the musical styles of other countries have also gained great popularity, taking over from the country's own traditional folk music (especially jazz, rock 'n' roll and bossa nova). Today, contemporary popular music is represented by several Slovak bands, especially within the metal, rock, punk and hip-hop genres.

 

The tennis player Daniela Hantuchová is from Slovakia. Although now a Swiss national, tennis player Martina Hingis was born in Košice. The grandfather of the actor Jon Voight arrived in the US from Košice, while the mother of the actor Paul Newman is from the Slovak town of Pticie, and the parents of prolific American pop artist Andy Warhol were emigrants from Miková, a town in what is today northeastern Slovakia.