Carpathian Germans ( German: Karpatendeutsche, Slovak: karpatskí Nemci), sometimes simply called Slovak Germans (German: Slowakeideutsche), is the name for a group of German language speakers on the territory of present-day Slovakia. The term was coined by the historian Raimund Friedrich Preindel, and is also sometimes used to refer to Germans in the Carpathian Ruthenia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carpathian Germans"
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==Law against gays== ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay rights in Slovakia"
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