Municipalities of Slovenia
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Slovene is an official language of all the municipalities. Hungarian is a second official language of 3 municipalities in Prekmurje: Dobrovnik (Dobronak), Hodoš (Hodos) and Lendava (Lendva). Italian is a second official language of 3 municipalities in the Slovenian Littoral: Izola (Isola), Koper (Capodistria) and Piran (Pirano).
List of Slovenian municipalities
In 2011, Slovenia was divided into 211 municipalities, of which 11 had urban status (written bold).
Urban municipalities in Slovenia
Rank City Population 1 Ljubljana 279,653 2 Maribor 112,642 3 Kranj 53,000 4 Celje 48,081 5 Koper/Capodistria 47,539 6 Novo mesto 40,925 7 Velenje 33,331 8 Nova Gorica 32,763 9 Ptuj 23,242 10 Murska Sobota 20,080 11 Slovenj Gradec 12,779
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