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Serbia

and the largest
Belgrade
44 ° 48′K 20 ° 28′D / 44.8 ° N 20.467 ° E / 44.8; 20,467
Official language (s)
Serbian1
Regional language (s)
Romanian
Russian to Hungarian
Slovak to Croatian
Ethnic groups
Serbian Hungarian Member Reviews 82.86% 3.91% 1.81% Bosniak Member Reviews Yugoslavian Roma 1.44% 1.08% 0.26% Member Turkey [1] Reviews Other 10%
(excl. Kosovo) - Nationality
Serbian
Government
Parliamentary republic
- President - Tomislav Nikolić
- Prime Minister Ivica Dačić
Foundations

Jupiter
800 [2] - The Kingdom of Serbia - 1217 - Empire - 1346 (April 16)
- Serbian Despotism
1459
- The first Serbian rebellion
(anti-Ottoman)
1804 (15 February)
- The first constitution
1835 (15 February)
- The independent kingdom
1878 (13 July)
- Merger with Vojvodina
1918 (25 November)
- Final independence
2006 (5 June)
Area
- Total
88,361 km² (including Kosovo) (112.)
34 mil²
- Water (%) - 0.13
Population
- 2011 census
7,243,007 [3] All rights reserved. ç.)
GDP (GDP)
2009 - Total
$ 78,506 billion [4]
- Per capita
$ 10,635 [4] (Excluding Kosovo)
GDP (low)
2009
- Total
$ 42,879 billion [4]
- Per capita
$ 5,809 [4] (excluding Kosovo)
Gini (2007)
.24
HD Image - 0.821 (high) (2006)
Currency - Serbian Dinar (RSD)
All times are GMT. br> OAYZD (UTC + 2)
Traffic flow
right
Internet TLD
.rs
Phone code
381
1 In the Republic of Serbia, Cyrillic is the Serbian language. In Vojvodina, there are also Romanian, Russian, Hungarian, Slovak, Croatian languages.
Serbia (Serbian: Србија (help · info), Srbija) or officially the Republic of Serbia (Република Србија (help · info), Republika Srbija) is a state in the Balkans. Serbia was formed with the separation of Montenegro. To the north are Hungary, to the west are Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, to the south are Macedonia and Kosovo, to the east are Romania and Bulgaria.







2.1 Units in Kosovo
2.2 Statistical Regions
2.3 Districts
2.4 Municipalities
3 Cities
4 Language and Religion
5 Demography
6 Culture
6.1 Cuisine
7 See also
8 Photos
9 Notes - 10 References
11 External links
History
Main article: History of Serbia
Independence from the Ottoman Empire and remained as an Ottoman land for 420 years. The Serbia-Montenegro State Union, composed of two parts of the former Yugoslavia in the Balkans, Serbia and Montenegro, disappeared as "De Facto" as a result of a referendum in Montenegro on 21 May 2006. The "De Jure", the legal end of the union, took place on June 3, 2006, when the parliaments of both countries approved the end of the union.
The two national entities in this former union, Serbia (capital Belgrade) and Montenegro (capital Podgorica) are now their own. They were free to determine their policies.
After the separation, Serbia had two autonomous regions until Kosovo was separated. Serbia has left its navy for sale since it has no connection with the sea. The only autonomous region of the country is Vojvodina, the capital of which is Novi Sad. There is an intense Hungarian minority in Vojvodina. 82% of Serbia's population is Serb, the remaining 18% is Hungarian, Bosniak, Roma and other minorities.
Administrative

Main article: Administrative structure of Serbia
Serbia's administrative system It consists of statistical regions, districts and municipalities.
Units in Kosovo
Kosovo and the Autonomous Region of Metohiya, as a result of the conflicts that began in 1998, have actually been severed from the administrative structure of Serbia since 1999. In 2008, it also declared its unilateral independence and gained the status of a separate state in the process of international recognition. Therefore, there is no de facto administrative units in Kosovo. Statistical Regions Member Reviews Main article: Statistical regions of Serbia Serbia Member of the highest administrative level statistical regions (Serbian: Статистички регион) forms. In 2009, the Serbian National Assembly adopted the Kanunu Equal Regional Development Law an, which divided the country into 7 statistical regions. [5] On 7 April 2010, the Law was amended and the number of regions was changed to 5. [6] - Vojvodina - Belgrade - Shumadia and Western Serbia - South and Eastern Serbia - Kosovo and Metohiya
Districts
Main article: Districts of Serbia
In the administrative system of Serbia there are districts (Serbian: Управни округ or Округ) in statistical regions. There are 29 districts in the administrative distribution of the country. 7 of them are located in Vojvodina, 8 in Shumadia and Western Serbia, 9 in South and Eastern Serbia, 5 in the Autonomous Region of Kosovo and Metohiya, which are not actually in Serbia. Municipalities
Main article: Municipalities of Serbia
In Serbia's administrative system, municipalities (Serbian: Општина) are located in the districts. There are 150 municipalities in the administrative distribution of the country. These administrative units form the local administration centers in Serbia. 33 of the municipal areas in the country are city municipalities [7]
There are also 24 cities with administrative status in the administrative structure of Serbia. While some of the city structures constitute the city municipality unit, some cities do not have this status. Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis, Kragujevac, Požarevac and Vranye are the city municipalities in 6 cities. The structure of these cities also includes more than one municipal unit.
Cities
Serbia map
Cities and Central Serbia

Belgrade = 1.576.124
Novi Sad = 299.294
Niche = 252.400
Kragujevac = 146,000
Subotica = 99.820
Leskovian = 95.758
Çaçak = 73.200
Sincerity = 62.700
Valjevo = 61.400
Kraljevo = 57.800
Alacahisar = 57.400
This article was previously published under Q1407. Ujica = 55.000
Vranye = 55.000
Böğürdelen = 54.800
New Market = 54.030
Language and Religion
The official language of Serbia is Serbian. However, other minority languages, mainly Hungarian, Macedonian, Bosnian, Croatian and Montenegrin, are spoken as minority languages. However, the Serbian government has banned speaking other languages. [Citation needed] The majority of Serbs belong to the Orthodox Church. But among them are Catholic and a little Protestant. The majority of those living in the Sanjak region are of Turkish origin and Bosniac Muslims







Demographics There are other ethnic groups in addition to Serbs living in the country. In the northern part, Hungarians, Romanians, Slovaks, Croats, Rusins; Bosnians, Albanians and Turks live in the middle and south. Some of these groups have a small population.
Culture
Cuisine
Serbian cuisine is one of the Balkan cuisines and it is a heterogeneous cuisine. It has great partnerships with Turkish cuisine as a food culture. As a result of coexistence in the long historical process, it is possible to see many products in the kitchen of Serbia which are considered as Turkish food today. Sarma (karma), kebab (ćebap, ćevap), casserole (đuveć), baklava (baklava), burek (burek) are some of these culinary items. See also
Vojvodina
Kosovo
Starboard
Pictures - County Borders
Serbia National Assembly Building - Belgrade University Building
Nis city - Kebabs in loaves
Casserole
Notes
A. ↑ Kosovo and the Metohiya region are not de facto affiliated to Serbia, but a separate state as the Republic of Kosovo. According to Serbia, it is legally a part of the country. booksID = zDAL175839oC. ^ Census.gov (2013). "Country Rank. Countries and Areas Ranked by Population: 2013". BASE. Department of Commerce. Archived from the original source on 2013-05-09 The http://www.webcitation.org/6guhbjyc. Accessed on 2013-05-09.
^ a b c d "Serbia". International Monetary Fund. http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2010/01/weodata/weorept.aspx?sy=2007&ey=2010&scsm=1&ssd=1&sort=country&ds= . & amp; b = 1 & amp; c = 942 & amp; s = NGDPD 2CNGDPDPC%% 2CPPPGDP% 2CPPPPC% 2CLP & amp; grp = 0 & amp; a = & amp; pr.x = 49 & amp; pr.y = 10. Accessed on 2010-04-21.
^ “Uvedeno sedam statističkih regiona” by B92 (Serbian)
^ “Смањење броја статистичких региона кроз измене Закона о регионалном регионалном регионалном регионалном регионалном регионалном регионалном
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Multimedia documents for Serbia (English) National Bank of Serbia
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Nacionalna turistička organizacija Srbije
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