a) Slovenia would be better described as having access to sea than as lying on the coast, since its Adriatic coast is just slightly over 40 km long and most of the country is landlocked.
b) Could you change the order of the colours on the two countries' flags to blue, red and white, since this is the actual order in which they occur on both of them? I know this is nittpicking, but I suspect those who know it will be pleased.
The quiz says "red, white, and blue" (Croatia, Netherlands, Luxembourg)
You say "blue, red and white" (Yugoslavia, or France vertically)
But in reality it's "white, blue and red" (Slovenia, Russia, Slovakia)
...or "red, blue and white" if you start from the wrong side (also Serbia)
Isn’t that right Jeremy Hunt?
I'm also a bit ashamed that I never questioned the claim of it being the geographical centre of Europe, I'm very disappointed with myself.
That is just incorrect. Czechoslovakia split into two countries in 1992/1993. Slovakia is a souvereign state since 1st Jan 1993.
Changed "very low" to "low".