Indo-European ethnolinguistic communities are members of the Slavic Nations. In Slavic, languages are spoken by the majority of the population. Slavic countries make up approximately 50% of the continent of Europe as a whole. Slavs are divided into three groups: West, East, and South Slavs. Over 360 million Slavs in the World are present.
Slavic history goes back to the 5th and 10th centuries. The ancient Slavs were part of Eastern and Central European tribal groups. The population of Slavs spread to other areas towards the end of the eighth century. The early Slavs lived mostly in Christian countries, including Croatia, Serbia, and Poland. They were Christian. Sunken villages called ‘Gruber Hauser’ have been established along the rivers. There are thirteen European Slavic Countries:
- Czech Republic
- Bosnia And Herzegovina
So, let’s round up to the Top Ten Slavic Countries in the Europe!
10. Bosnia And Herzegovina
|Currency:||Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark|
|Official languages:||Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian|
In south-eastern Europe, the European poorest country Bosnia & Herzegovina is a Balkan republic on the Peninsula. The medieval towns, rivers, lakes, and the Dinaric Alps are home to its rural landscape. The Sarajevo National Capital has a restored Baarija Old Quarter with monuments like Husrev-bey Gazi Mosque from the 16th century. The Latin Bridge of the Ottoman period is the scene of the assassination of the first World War of Archduke Franz Ferdinand d’Este.
Croatia is crossed by the Dinaric Alps, including over a thousand islands. Huge 16th-century walls surround the main coastal town of Dubrovnik with gothic and Renaissance architecture in an old town. It is a Member of the European Union, the UN, the Council of Europe, NATO, the WTO, and a founding member of the Mediterranean Union. Highly coffee consumed country Croatia has contributed troops to the ISF and has been appointed to the UN Security Council for 2008–2009.
Slovakian legal consent age is 15 years and this country is known for the scenic scenery and many castles of central Europe. The capital Bratislava has a pedestrianized Old Town near the Austrian border with a vibrant café scene. During the 6th and 5th centuries, the Slavs reached the territory of today’s Slovakia. They played an important role in the founding of the empire of Samo in the 7th century. In the 9th century, Nitra was created and subsequently conquered by Moravia to establish Great Moravia. It was the Principality of Nitra.
Bulgaria is a Balkan country that includes the Coast of the Black Sea, the mountainous interior, and the Danube Rivers. It has a rich and very ancient cultural history, including ancient historical places, folk dance, musical, costumes, and a cultural melting pot of Slavic, Greek, and Ottoman influences. The capital of the mountain, Sofia, sits at the foot of the domed Vitosha.
Serbia has a northern plateau and mountainous areas and ski resorts to the south, on the south-eastern Europe Balkan Peninsula. In Belgrade’s capital, the Roman culture, Byzantine, and Ottoman Reichs have an especially diverse Greek architecture, and the Kalemegdan Park, the site of the Belgrade fortress, is located in Serbia. The country co-founded Yugoslavia with other South Slave nations, which existed in diverse political formations until the 1990’s Yugoslavia Wars, following the disaster victims in World War I.
|Official languages:||Belarusian, Russian|
Belarus, landlocked in Eastern Europe, is well-known for its great fortifications and Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve. The Grand-Patriot War Museum of Minsk commemorated the nation’s involvement in the Second World War. The official language spoken in Belarus is Russian and Belarusian. Belarus lost nearly half of Poland after the Polish-Soviet War. Many Belarus borders were shaped modernly in 1939 when some lands of the Second Polish Republic, after the Soviet invasion of Poland, were reintegrated into them and completed after the Second World War. During the Second World War, Belarus was devastated by military operations, which lost approximately a quarter of its population and half of its economies.
4. The Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is known for its majestic and diverse castles, riparian scenery, tasty cuisine, historic movie theater, and a very long tradition of Statehood stretching back to the Great Moravian Empire more than 1 000 years. The great Prague Castle of the 9th century, the medieval old city’s preservation, and the celestial Charles Bridge are Prague’s home, the capital city.
Poland is noted for its medieval architecture, one of the world’s best playgrounds, its extensive and precious natural landscape, including the famed Bowie Forest and its rich Jewish legacy, on the Baltic. The 14th century Castle of Wawel rises above the old historic city of Kraków, the county’s former capital. Human history spans thousands of years on Polish soil. The vast Central European Plain was widely diversified over the Late Antiquity period, with different cultures and tribes. But the western Poles ruled the country and gave its name to Poland.
Ukraine is famous for its Orthodox, Black Sea, and forested mountains. Ukraine has a long history in the World. The gold-domed St Sophia’s Cathedral with mosaics and frescoes of the 11th century features its capital, Kyiv. The Kyiv Pechersk Lavra Monastery is a Christian pilgrimage site, which houses ruins of Scythian tombs and catacombs of mummified orthodox.
Russian is the World’s largest region that borders Europe, Asia, the Pacific, and Arctic Oceans. Its scenery extends from tundra and woodland to subtropical beaches. The Bolshoi and Mariinsky St. Petersburg Ballet Companies were notable in Moscow. Between the 8th and the 3rd centuries AD, East Slavs emerged as an acceptable group in Europe. In the 9th century, Rus’ medieval state emerged. In 988, it adopted Orthodox Christianity in the Byzantine Empire, starting with the synthesis of Byzantine and Slavic cultures, which for the next millennium defined Russian culture.
|10||Bosnia And Herzegovina||3,263,466|
Most Slavs today adopt the religion of the Christians. Eastern Orthodox are the majority of Slavs in Eastern Slava and South Slavic, while western and southern Slavic are Catholic Romanesque. The ethnic minority groups are atheists, Muslims, and Protestants. In Slavic countries, the Slavic religion has inspired the alphabet. The Latin alphabet is used by Roman Catholic slaves, while the Cillian alphabet is used by those who practice the Orthodox faith.