Serbia

Surface:
88147 km2
Inhabitants:
7771633
Capital:
Belgrade

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The Republic of Serbia is a multi ethnic state, where Serbians, Albanians, Montenegrins, Hungarians and many other population groups are living. Most of the population are Serbian-Orthodox.

After the disintegration of Yugoslavia a lot of people are searching for religion again, however they don't know what to choose and because of that they blend several religions.

Religions

Christian
80.37%
Muslim
16.1%
Non-religious
3.51%

Christians

Orthodox
73.72%
Catholic
5%
Protestantism
1.42%

Facts

Economy
Poorly served by 45 years of Communism. The breakup of the larger Yugoslav entity in 1991 and ensuing Balkan wars led to UN trade sanctions and NATO military intervention. The economy has grown rapidly since Milosevic was deposed, but as of 2009 had not yet surpassed the 1990 GDP levels.

The statistics are meant to give an impression, not to stigmatise. Statistics taken from "Operation World, 7th edition, 2010", see also www.operationworld.org

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