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Serbia, a region inhabited by the southern Slavic population more numerous than in the first half of the century. XIX had begun a process of establishing a national state on a territorial basis, exercised the role of political aggregation center around which in the century. XX was formed the state that included the Yugoslav peoples of the Balkans. This state with capital Belgrade, first governed by a monarchy and after 1945 in a republican, federal and socialist institutional form, for the most part dissolved in the 1990s after the world crisis of communism. Since then, Serbia (with its autonomous provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina) has maintained a federal link only with the republic of Montenegro only, until in 2006 (21 May), with a referendum held in Montenegro, the two republics separated creating two distinct states. From a landscape point of view, in Serbia proper, they are distinguished: Sumadija, originally wooded region to the S of Belgrade, which constitutes the “heart” of the territory of the republic as the epicenter of the anti-Turkish resistance movement that developed in the early years of the century. XIX; the Serbian part of the Sangiaccato di Novi Pazar in the SW, historically the last Ottoman possession in Europe and divided between Serbia and Montenegro in 1913, still inhabited by a largely Muslim Slavic population; the Morava valley which, crossing Serbia on the NS axis, leads to Skopje and is the most important land traffic route between Greece and the other EU states; the Nišava valley, to the Southeast. According to COUNTRYAAH, Serbia is a nation in Southern Europe, the capital city of which is Belgrade. The latest population of Serbia is 8,737,382. MYSTERYAROUND: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Serbia, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
The territory, flat in the northern section, is mountainous in the southern one; it is crossed from West to East by the Danube into which the rivers Tisza, Drina, Kolubara, Sava, Morava, Mlava and Timok flow; the extreme southwestern sector pays tribute to the Adriatic Sea through the Drin Bianco. The relief consists of numerous isolated mountain groups (Kopaonik, Golija, Povlen) belonging to the Dinarides, except to the Southeast, where the western offshoots of the Balkans rise, and to the Southwest, where the Albanian Alps extend (Ðaravica, 2656 m); the Fruska Gora group (539 m) rises isolated between the Sava and the Danube. The climate is semi-continental, with cold winters (average January temperature below 0 ºC) and hot summers (average July above 20 ºC); the very abundant precipitations (even 2000 mm per year) on the hills, decrease in the flat areas (in Vojvodina, 500-750 mm per year).

Serbia Road Network

Serbia’s current and planned highway network. According to wholevehicles, Serbia has a fairly limited road network of main roads, serving only the largest towns. Smaller towns usually have to be reached via secondary roads. Serbia has one through highway from the border with Hungary via Beograd to North Macedonia and the second highway is the… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Subotica, Serbia

The climate of Subotica According to citypopulationreview, Subotica (Суботица) is located in northern Serbia, close to the border with Hungary . The city also has a large Hungarian-speaking minority. In the center of Subotica there are a lot of houses and buildings in the Art Nouveau style, something you don’t often come across in this… Read More »

Serbia Culture of Business

Basic data Capital Belgrade Population 6.87 million Language Serbian Religion 85% Orthodox State system parliamentary republic Head of State Aleksandar Vucic Head of government Ana Brnabić Currency name Serbian Dinar (RSD) Travel Time shift 0 o’clock Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 147.6 Economic growth (%) 7.5 Inflation (%) 4.0 Unemployment (%) 11.0 The Republic… Read More »

Serbia Basic Information

Basic information about the territory Subchapters: System of governance and political tendencies in the country Foreign policy of the country Population The system of governance and political tendencies in the country Serbia is a parliamentary republic. Legislative power is exercised by the unicameral National Assembly, whose 250 deputies are elected in direct elections based on… Read More »

History of Serbia

According to historyaah, Serbian tribes appeared in the Balkans as early as the 6th-7th centuries, settling on the territory of the former possessions of Ancient Rome. In the 9th century they adopted Christianity in its Orthodox form. Being between the powerful regional powers of that time – Venice, Byzantium, Hungary and Bulgaria, the Serbs were… Read More »

Serbia Relationship with Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina

According to zipcodesexplorer, Serbia is a country located in Southern Europe In relation to Serbia’s neighbors, the then President Tadić had taken several initiatives for historical reconciliation from 2010, with regard to Croatia in cooperation with the then President Ivo Josipović, but also in Bosnia. On the other hand, there were regular, persistent tensions arising… Read More »

Serbia Foreign Policy

Serbia’s foreign policy orientation is an expression of the tension between the ongoing democratic transformation and the ideological legacy of nationalism from the 1990’s. The vast majority of the political elite and population see their country as part of Europe and the West and support the Euro-Atlantic integration of Serbia. A majority supports the central… Read More »

Serbia and EU

EU integration On January 21, 2014, Serbia started accession negotiations with the European Union – a historic day for the Balkan country. This was preceded by a corresponding decision by the Council of the EU in December 2013. According to usaers, Serbia is a country located in Southern Europe. For several years at the latest,… Read More »

Serbia Civil Society and NGOs

Civil society approaches already existed in Serbia in socialist Yugoslavia; they emerged in the environment of dissident circles and critical intellectuals and formed the nucleus of the later women’s and peace movement. Civil society emerged in Serbia in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s as a reaction to and in opposition to the authoritarian Milosevic… Read More »

Serbia Media

Socialist Yugoslavia had produced a relatively liberal media landscape with a large base of professional journalists. Under the Milošević regime in Serbia at the end of the 1980’s and the beginning of the 90’s, there was a dichotomous differentiation into state and a small number of independent, oppositional media. The state, public media became an… Read More »

Serbia Difficult Economic Situation

The flood of the century in May 2014 Serbia’s difficult economic situation is also negatively affected by the water of the century from May 2014. A careful damage assessment the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) came to a preliminary sum of 1.5 to 2 billion euros. The damage to agriculture alone could amount… Read More »

Serbia Investment Plan

Delay in structural reforms and election gifts At the end of 2015, Serbia recorded a budget deficit of 3.8% – a surprising decrease compared to previous years and a value that was 2% below that forecast by the IMF, among others. There were three main reasons for the decline: increased tax revenue as a result… Read More »

Serbia Economic Reforms

Serbia Economy & Development Estimated GDP: US $ 53.0 billion (2019) Per capita income (purchasing power parity): US $ 7,503 (2019) Human Development Rank (HDI): Rank 63 (from 189 – 2019) Proportion of poverty (less than $ 2 per day): 9.2% (2011) Distribution of income (Gini coefficient): 34.0 Economic Transformation Index (BTI): Rank 27 (of… Read More »

Serbia Economy

Historical legacy Serbia’s economy is on the path of transformation and modernization. It is still characterized by a double inheritance. On the one hand, from the socialist legacy, a socialist economic structure and economic policy, the transformation of which, due to the Balkan wars, in contrast to the Central and Eastern European countries, only started… Read More »

Serbia Economic System

After the regime change in October 2000, the transformation and modernization of the Serbian economy and economic policy began with the support of the EU, IMF and other international institutions. Economic legislation was modernized, foreign trade and money and foreign exchange markets were liberalized. Administrative prices and wages have been abolished. Most of the banks… Read More »

Economic Effects of the Corona Crisis in Serbia

The global corona crisis also changed the economic development dynamics in Serbia in March 2020 almost overnight. The shutdown of public life, the closure of restaurants, retail and traffic routes, the sending of workers home or, in some cases, to the home office all contributed to the drastic collapse in economic output. However, the forecasts… Read More »

Serbia Development Policy

Development goals, national development efforts The development goals of the national and international actors in Serbia are largely based on the UN Millennium Development Goals, and beyond that, within the framework of the EU integration process, on the level of development in the European Union. The national development efforts of the individual government ministries have… Read More »

Serbia Structural Problems

  Map of Serbia Impact of the Great Depression The effects of the Great Depression that reached Serbia at the end of 2008 were noticeable, but could be kept limited by economic policy measures and international support measures. In 2009 the gross domestic product lost 3%, exports collapsed by 12%, and inflation rose by 8.1%. At… Read More »

Serbia Healthcare

Healthcare The healthcare, like the rest of the social systems in Serbia, has come under severe economic pressure since the 1909s. Serbia had taken over a state health system from Yugoslavia, in which all workers and employees as well as the majority of the self-employed paid a fixed portion of their wages (12.3%) into the… Read More »

Serbia Education

Education Serbia’s education system consists of an eight-year compulsory primary school; this is followed by the secondary level – the general secondary schools, grammar schools, lead to general higher education entrance qualification in four years; various vocational secondary schools last up to four years and end with different degrees or entitle the holder to study… Read More »

Serbia LGBT

Location and size Serbia lies in the heart of the Balkans region, which is now also politically referred to as the Western Balkans. According to politicsezine, Serbia is a country located in Southern Europe. It is at the same time an important transit country between Asia Minor and Western Europe / the EU, important motorway… Read More »

Serbia Language and Religion

Language The multi-ethnic character of Serbia also shapes the language landscape. The main official language in Serbia is Serbian, which is spoken virtually everywhere in the country. In the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina, Hungarian, Croatian, Russian, Slovak and Romanian are recognized as official languages in addition to Serbian. Albanian is spoken in parts of… Read More »

Serbia Population Structure

Serbia society Proportion of literate adults: 97.8% most important religion: Serbian Orthodox 85% Urban population: 56% (2011) Life expectancy: 73.2 / 79.2 years (male / female, 2019) Gender Inequality Index: Rank 37 (out of 160) (2018) Number of births: 1.48 / woman (2017) Infant mortality: 5.6 / 1000 live births (2019) Population structure Serbia had… Read More »

Migration through Serbia

Since 2014, the issue of flight and migration has become increasingly important in Serbian society, initially due to increasing migration from the Western Balkans to the EU, and finally Serbia became one of the key countries of the European refugee crisis in 2015, when hundreds of thousands were due to the collapse of the EU… Read More »

Serbia Music and Architecture

The music in Serbia can look back on a rich history. The oldest musical evidence goes back to ritual songs and dance melodies of the Slavs who came to the Balkans in the 7th century. Sacred music, which was largely influenced by Byzantine art, has prospered since the 10th century. In the High Middle Ages,… Read More »

Serbia Culture

The culture of Serbia is considered to be one of the most diverse of the Slavic peoples who came to the Balkan Peninsula in the 6th / 7th centuries. It initially developed under the influence of Byzantine culture. The first evidence of Serbian literature goes back to the second half of the 9th century and… Read More »

Traveling in Serbia

Travel and traffic Traveling through Serbia by public transport is possible by both train and bus. The rail network and trains are largely out of date. The construction of an express railway line is planned. The bus network is much better and more convenient. Local / regional buses go to practically every village in Serbia.… Read More »

Serbia Everyday Life

Serbia Everyday life Currency: Serbian dinars Exchange rate: 117,210 RSD per € (December 2020) Time zone: CET Country code (phone): +381 Climate (for capital): continental Current corona restrictions With the declaration of a state of emergency and a far-reaching lockdown in mid-March, far-reaching restrictions in everyday life in Serbia are associated. Entry and exit to… Read More »

Useful information about Serbia

Working hours The normal working hours in Serbia are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Authorities usually work from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. Greeting The greeting in Serbia is a triple cheek kiss, which is given alternately on the left and right – starting with the left side. Shopping Shopping is… Read More »

IELTS Test Centers in Serbia

IELTS Testing Centres in Serbia In total, there is one test location in Serbia that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you. There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real IELTS examiner… Read More »