The Republic of Slovenia
is a country in southern Central Europe
to the west, the Adriatic Sea
to the southwest, Croatia
to the south and east, Hungary
to the northeast, and Austria
to the north. The capital of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Historically, it was a province of Austria-Hungary
, and later of Yugoslavia
Slovenia was a manufacturer of medical supplies in the home timeline. However, in an alternate where the United States failed in the early 1800s, Slovenia was still part of Austria-Hungary.
When Justin Monroe administered the cure for the measles to Myrtle Bentley, her granddaughter, Beckie Royer, noted that the hypodermic was made in Slovenia, a fact she found peculiar.