The Republic of Slovakia was once apart of Czechoslovakia. Slovakia is located in eastern Europe. The countries that border Slovakia are the Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Hungry and Austria. It is a beautiful country that inhabits beautiful mountains, plains and rivers. The climate in the Republic is continental with mild weather and all year round for the regular seasons. With the beautiful mountains of the north and plains of the south, the untouched nature of Slovakia gives the Republic a lot to show for a small country. There are many historical towns and events that take place in Slovakia.
The Republic of Slovakia has many historical towns, and events that take place in Slovakia. Bratislava is the largest city in Slovakia and holds no more than half a thousand people in it. For Tourism Slovakia is a nice calming place to visit. There are cottages, hotels that are open for tourists.
The history of Slovakia during and after WWII is very interesting. With Slovakia once being apart of a Czechoslovakia there is many different culture and ethnic groups. Czechoslovakia had many area that had many German speaking people as well as Russians.
During the war Czechoslovakia was known as one of the axis powers allies and helped in the war against Poland and Soviet Union. Soon after WWII Czechoslovakia was taken over by the Soviet Union and put under Communist rule. On January 1, 1993 Czechoslovakia split into two different countries the Czech Republic and Slovakia. This was four years after the Soviet Union resigned because of pressures of the Czechoslovakian people.
Now Czechoslovakia is a Republic and Houses a President, Prime Minister and National Council.