Serbia

Official nameRepublic of Serbia
Name in local languageРепублика Сpбија (sr) - Republika Srbija (sr)
ContinentEurope
SubcontinentEurope (outside the European Union)
Population (ranking: 109e)7,001,444 inhabitants (2018)
Population growth-0.55 % / year
Area77,594 km²
Density90.23 inhabitants / km²
GDP (ranking: 93e)41.432 billions $USD (2017)
GDP/capita (ranking)5,900 $USD (2017)
GDP growth1.90 % / year (2017)
Life expectancy (ranking)75.15 years (2015)
Birth rate9.20 ‰ (2017)
Fertility rate1.46 children / woman (2016)
Death rate (ranking)14.80 ‰ (2017)
Infant mortality rate (ranking)4.70 ‰ (2017)
Literacy rate98.50 % (2015)
Official languagesSerbian
CurrencySerbian dinar (RSD)
HDI (ranking: 95e)0.787 / 1 (2017)
EPI (ranking)57.49 (2018)
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary constitutional republic
Head of StatePresident Aleksandar Vučić
National Day15 February (First Serbian Uprising in 1804)
ISO CodesRS, SRB
DemonymSerbian
Tourists (ranking)1,497,173 people (2017)
Serbie – petite

Serbia is a state of Eastern Europe, part of the Western Balkans and Central Europe. He is bordered by Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Kosovo (which he does not recognize) and Montenegro. Its capital is Belgrade.

Belgrade, capitale de la Serbie
Belgrade, capitale of Serbia. Photo: Vlada Marinković

House on the river Drina, Serbia. Source: Wildlife Archives

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Urban areas (2015)
Urban areasPopulation
Belgrade1,801,377 inhabitants
Novi Sad350,930 inhabitants
Niš257,883 inhabitants
Kragujevac178,610 inhabitants
Leskovac139,291 inhabitants
Subotica139,011 inhabitants
Kruševac124,795 inhabitants
Kraljevo121,766 inhabitants
Zrenjanin119,710 inhabitants
Šabac113,113 inhabitants
Čačak112,558 inhabitants
Smederevo105,774 inhabitants
Novi Pazar103,892 inhabitants
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Administrative divisions
ProvincesPopulationArea
Belgrade1,679,895 inhabitants3,234 km²
Serbie du Sud et de l'Est1,551,604 inhabitants26,248 km²
Šumadija et Serbie de l'Ouest1,972,183 inhabitants26,493 km²
Voïvodine1,891,701 inhabitants21,614 km²
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See also