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Slovenia Cities by Population


164 cities shown of 164 total Slovenia cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Ljubljana 255,115
2. Maribor 89,056
3. Celje 37,115
4. Kranj 35,587
5. Velenje 26,426
6. Koper 23,273
7. Novo Mesto 22,417
8. Ptuj 18,141
9. Trbovlje 15,994
10. Podhom 14,184
11. Nova Gorica 12,748
12. Kamnik 12,584
13. Jesenice 12,511
14. Murska Sobota 12,412
15. Skofja Loka 12,012
16. Domzale 11,647
17. Izola 10,355
18. Kocevje 8,841
19. Postojna 8,626
20. Logatec 8,014
21. Slovenj Gradec 7,933
22. Ravne 7,671
23. Vrhnika 7,623
24. Krsko 6,926
25. Zagorje ob Savi 6,799
26. Slovenska Bistrica 6,561
27. Ajdovscina 6,527
28. Litija 6,459
29. Brezice 6,298
30. Grosuplje 6,256
31. Lucija 6,036
32. Radovljica 5,978
33. Crnomelj 5,840
34. Hrastnik 5,800
35. Idrija 5,784
36. Menges 5,742
37. Bled 5,205
38. Medvode 4,954
39. Zalec 4,859
40. Ilirska Bistrica 4,846
41. Sevnica 4,836
42. Slovenske Konjice 4,830
43. Sezana 4,797
44. Rogaska Slatina 4,724
45. Sentjur 4,710
46. Ruse 4,497
47. Prevalje 4,469
48. Piran 4,032
49. Trzic 3,925
50. Sempeter pri Gorici 3,886
51. Miklavz na Dravskem Polju 3,799
52. Tolmin 3,684
53. Ziri 3,587
54. Cerknica 3,531
55. Ribnica 3,482
56. Mezica 3,445
57. Trzin 3,420
58. Lasko 3,389
59. Ljutomer 3,387
60. Dravograd 3,381
61. Lendava 3,377
62. Solkan 3,252
63. Metlika 3,237
64. Gornja Radgona 3,194
65. Zelezniki 3,175
66. Trebnje 3,162
67. Bovec 3,138
68. Vir pri Sticni 3,102
69. Ankaran 2,895
70. Zrece 2,874
71. Lesce 2,788
72. Sostanj 2,776
73. Portoroz 2,769
74. Sencur 2,745
75. Radlje ob Dravi 2,661
76. Lenart v Slovenskih Goricah 2,567
77. Muta 2,410
78. Senovo 2,404
79. Vrtojba 2,385
80. Polzela 2,363
81. Crna na Koroskem 2,346
82. Brezovica 2,345
83. Radece 2,291
84. Beltinci 2,258
85. Race 2,246
86. Koroska-Bela 2,212
87. Ormoz 2,198
88. Radenci 2,149
89. Jagodje 2,143
90. Borovnica 2,115
91. Spodnje Hoce 2,107
92. Ig 2,078
93. Pivka 2,051
94. Lovrenc na Pohorju 2,003
95. Limbus 1,983
96. Straza 1,978
97. Skofljica 1,972
98. Rakek 1,966
99. Vojnik 1,964
100. Mozirje 1,957
101. Sempeter v Savinjski dolini 1,901
102. Store 1,872
103. Hrusica 1,854
104. Spodnja Idrija 1,853
105. Mislinja 1,852
106. Verd 1,846
107. Vnanje Gorice 1,837
108. Rence 1,836
109. Kromberk 1,813
110. Bohinjska Bistrica 1,774
111. Kisovec 1,767
112. Cernelavci 1,680
113. Cerkno 1,672
114. Britof 1,659
115. Vuzenica 1,623
116. Kokrica 1,607
117. Odranci 1,599
118. Prebold 1,595
119. Radizel 1,581
120. Radomlje 1,569
121. Turnisce 1,568
122. Vipava 1,561
123. Rakican 1,545
124. Bakovci 1,541
125. Mekinje 1,540
126. Kamnica 1,502
127. Dragomer 1,476
128. Miren 1,475
129. Pekre 1,456
130. Mirna 1,439
131. Dekani 1,416
132. Kranjska Gora 1,414
133. Dob 1,406
134. Smarca 1,377
135. Razvanje 1,373
136. Sentilj 1,370
137. Oplotnica 1,340
138. Kanal 1,328
139. Deskle 1,323
140. Brestrnica 1,322
141. Divaca 1,297
142. Pamece 1,280
143. Kidricevo 1,263
144. Kobarid 1,238
145. Mojstrana 1,223
146. Vodice 1,216
147. Topolsica 1,192
148. Horjul 1,181
149. Rogoza 1,180
150. Prvacina 1,150
151. Izlake 1,146
152. Crensovci 1,143
153. Poljcane 1,142
154. Gotovlje 1,132
155. Bilje 1,100
156. Pragersko 1,098
157. Krog 1,090
158. Sempas 1,068
159. Ravne 1,064
160. Zuzemberk 1,050
161. Lipovci 1,036
162. Kotlje 1,025
163. Golnik 1,017
164. Gancani 1,006





Slovenia History

Slavic ancestors of the present-day Slovenes settled in the area in the 6th century. The Slavic principality Carantania was formed in the 7th century. In 745, Carantania was incorporated into the Carolingian Empire, while Carantanians and other Slavs living in present Slovenia converted to Christianity. Carantania retained its internal independence until 828 when the local princes were deposed following the anti-Frankish rebellion of Ljudevit Posavski and replaced by a German ascendancy. Under Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia, Carantania, now ruled by a mixed Bavarian-Slav nobility, shortly emerged as a regional power, but was destroyed by the Hungarian invasions in the late 9th century. Carantania was established again as an autonomous administrative unit in 976, when Emperor Otto I., he Great"

after deposing the Duke of Bavaria

Henry II.""the Quarreller""

split the lands held by him and made Carinthia the sixth duchy of the Holy Roman Empire

but old Carantania never developed into a unified realm. In the century of the second millenium protecting marches were established at the south-eastern borders of the Empire







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