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Territorial units and house numbers, Slovenia, 2010 - final data

Thursday, March 10, 2011, Rapid reports
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Data on territorial units and house numbers in Slovenia in 2010 are published in Rapid Reports.

Data on territorial units and house numbers by municipalities, statistical and cohesion regions

Data on territorial units and house numbers and their changes, already published in the First Releases and SI STAT Database, are published in Rapid Reports too. Data are published at the level of municipalities, statistical and cohesion regions.

1 new settlement, 72 new streets and 5,476 new house numbers

In 2010 only 1 new settlement was established in Slovenia, namely Kerinov Grm in the municipality Krško.

In 2010, 72 streets were established, and 2 streets were cancelled in Slovenia. 64 municipalities had no street system.

In the last year 8,405 house numbers were changed in the Register of Spatial Units: 5,476 of these were assigned as new, 2,572 were cancelled and 357 were renumbered.

As of 1 January 2011 there were 12 statistical regions, 210 municipalities, 6,030 settlements, 8,439 statistical districts, 17,589 spatial districts, 10,197 streets and 532,546 house numbers registered in the Register of Spatial Units.

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As of 2011 the data shall refer to the first day of each quarter or year. The change is only in the name, as there is no change in the actual content: if in the past the data referred to, for example, 31 December 2010 at 24:00, they now refer to 1 January 2011 at 0:00.

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