Nearly 70% of Slovenians Live in Houses, EU Survey Shows
Brussels, 28 February - In Slovenia 69% of the population live in single-family houses, the highest share in the EU, according to a recent Eurostat survey. The survey shows that 42% of all Europeans live in flats, 34% in single-family houses and 23% in terraced houses.
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