First Jewish Settlements in Slovenia Date Back to 11th Century, Delo Writes
Ljubljana, 11 August - Some 300 Jews live in Slovenia at the moment, while their history on the lands of what is now Slovenia dates back, as they claim, to the Roman times. According to the latest article in a series published by the daily Delo on Slovenia's religious communities, the size of the Jewish community in Slovenia has fluctuated over the centuries, while their current number is relatively modest in comparison to their heyday.
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