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Slovene Lands or Slovenian Lands (Slovene: Slovenske dežele or in short Slovensko) is the historical denomination for the territories in Central and Southern Europe where people primarily spoke Slovene. The Slovene Lands were part of the Illyrian provinces, the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary (in Cisleithania). They encompassed Carniola, southern part of Carinthia, southern part of Styria, Istria, Gorizia and Gradisca, Trieste, and Prekmurje. Their territory more or less corresponds to modern Slovenia and the adjacent territories in Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Croatia, where autochthonous Slovene minorities live. In the areas where present-day Slovenia borders to neighboring countries, they were never homogeneously ethnically Slovene.

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  • Slovene Lands
  • Territorios tradicionales de Eslovenia
  • Terre slovene
  • Terras eslovenas
  • Словенські землі
  • 斯洛維尼亞之地
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  • Con terre slovene o regioni slovene (in sloveno Slovenske dežele, abbreviato in Slovensko) si indicano i territori dell'Europa centrale e meridionale che sono o sono stati abitati da una significativa popolazione di lingua slovena. Ne fanno parte zone delle Province illiriche, dell'Impero austriaco e austro-ungarico (in Cisleitania), tra cui Carniola, la parte meridionale della Carinzia e della Stiria, Istria, Gorizia e Gradisca, Trieste e l'Oltremura. Questo territorio include, oltre all'intera Repubblica di Slovenia, alcuni territori ad essa adiacenti in Italia, Austria, Ungheria e Croazia, dove vivevano minoranze autoctone slovene, ma che comunque non furono mai omogeneamente sloveni.
  • Slovene Lands or Slovenian Lands (Slovene: Slovenske dežele or in short Slovensko) is the historical denomination for the territories in Central and Southern Europe where people primarily spoke Slovene. The Slovene Lands were part of the Illyrian provinces, the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary (in Cisleithania). They encompassed Carniola, southern part of Carinthia, southern part of Styria, Istria, Gorizia and Gradisca, Trieste, and Prekmurje. Their territory more or less corresponds to modern Slovenia and the adjacent territories in Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Croatia, where autochthonous Slovene minorities live. In the areas where present-day Slovenia borders to neighboring countries, they were never homogeneously ethnically Slovene.
  • Terras eslovenas ou terras dos eslovenos (em esloveno: Slovenske dežele ou Slovensko) são os territórios historicamente associados com o povo esloveno, localizados na região central e do sul da Europa, onde se instalaram principalmente os utilizadores do idioma esloveno. As terras eslovenas fizeram parte das Províncias Ilírias, do Império Austríaco e da Áustria-Hungria (na Cisleitânia). Compreenderam também Carníola, a parte sul da Caríntia, a parte sul da Estíria, Ístria, Gorizia, Gradisca, Trieste e . Este território corresponde aproximadamente a extensão da Eslovênia moderna, além de incorporar territórios dos países vizinhos, como Itália, Áustria, Hungria e Croácia, onde minorias eslovenas autóctones vivem.
  • Словенські землі (словен. Slovenske dežele або скорочено Slovensko, нім. Slowenische Länder або архаїчно нім. Windische Länder) — історичне найменування для всіх словенських теренів в Центральній Європі. Це більш-менш відповідає сучасній Словенії та прилеглим територіям в Італії, Австрії та Угорщині.
  • 斯洛維尼亞之地(斯洛維尼亞語:Slovenske dežele)是指在歷史上中歐及南歐地區斯洛維尼亞人居住的土地。斯洛維尼亞之地是伊利里亞省和奧匈帝國的內萊塔尼亞的一部分,其範圍除了斯洛維尼亞之外,還包括現在的奧地利、匈牙利、義大利、克羅埃西亞的部分地區。現在這一地區仍有斯洛維尼亞人生活。
  • Los territorios tradicionales de Eslovenia o tierras eslovenas (en esloveno, Slovenske dežele o acortado Slovensko) son las tierras históricamente asociadas al pueblo esloveno,​ ubicadas en la zona central y sur de Europa, donde se han asentado primariamente usuarios del esloveno. Las tierras eslovenas han sido parte de las Provincias Ilirias, el Imperio de Austria, el Imperio austrohúngaro (en Cisleitania). Comprende también Carniola, la parte sur de Carintia, la parte sur de Estiria, Istria, Gorizia, Gradisca, Trieste, y Prekmurje.​ Dicho territorio más o menos corresponde a algo más de la extensión de la moderna Eslovenia, además de incorporar territorios de los países cercanos, como Italia, Austria, Hungría y Croacia,​ donde habitantes de la minoría de habla eslovena viven.​ En las act
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