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Slovenia is the third most forested country in Europe, with 58 per cent of its land area covered by woods and forests.It is also here that the Adriatic reaches deepest into Central Europe and exerts its climatic influence over 8.6 per cent of the country’s territory, resulting in a vine-growing and fruit-cultivating hinterland.Subsequently, during the transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age, the Urnfield culture existed in this region.Fortified hilltop settlements and beautifully-crafted iron objects and weapons were typical of the Hallstatt period (Most na Soči, Vače, Rifnik, St. In the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE, present-day Slovenia was occupied by Celtic tribes. The names of many present places (Bohinj, Tuhinj) date from this time, as well as the names of rivers (the Sava, the Savinja, the Drava).
Slovene territory was inhabited in prehistoric times and there is evidence of human habitation around 250,000 years ago.The country's geographical diversity results in several different types of climates in Slovenia: continental, Alpine and Mediterranean.Approximately 11 per cent of the Slovene countryside is protected by legislation as natural heritage, the largest area being the Triglav National Park with its surface area of 848 square kilometres.This section looks at the long history of the country, spanning from Roman times to the third millennium, and stretching between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Pannonian Plain.It presents its land and peoples as well as its political, economic and cultural structures.