Slovenian Forests Well-Preserved and Diverse, Institute Says
Ljubljana, 12 June - Slovenia's landscape is marked with well-preserved and biotically diverse forests, which cover 1.16 million hectares or 57.7% of the country, placing Slovenia among one of the most heavily wooded countries in Europe, according to the Slovenian Institute for Forests (ZGS).
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