Average Slovenian Apartment Has 3.3 Rooms
Ljubljana, 28 March - The average Slovenian apartment at the end of 2002 had 3.3 rooms and accommodated 2.8 persons, each of whom had an average of 29.5 sq. metres available for themselves, according to data released by the Statistical Office. Interestingly, 21 percent of apartments had no central heating, while 8 percent even lacked a bathroom.
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