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Serbia

The Republic of Serbia is a landlocked country in the Balkan Peninsula at the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe. It covers 34,116 sq mi and has an estimated population of 7.31 million as of 2010.
Belgrade, as the rest of Serbia, has moderate climate without extreme weather conditions. Summers are moderately hot, winters moderately cold. There are no extreme storms, nor earthquakes. All in all, a pretty pleasant climate in my opinion.
The exact amount of armor both operational and garrisoned of the  Serbian Army is estimated. The main battle tank of the Serbian Army  is the M84 with some 200+ in service. There are also a small amount  of remaining Soviet built T72s.
1)The country has the capital (Belgrade Serbian: Beograd) of the Former Yugoslav Republic, city is inhabited for around 6000 years and was razed down around 42 times. 2)Duklja was the first Serb Kingdom. It was based on modern Montenegro territory and had parts of today Albania, Bosnia and Croatia.
No, they are not a recognized member of the European Union.
our big mac is $35.00 in us dollars.. :)
not really it is very small
Serbia is located in Central-Southeastern Europe, and borders Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia.
Pisac iz senke is a Serbian equivalent to the title of the movie 'The Ghost Writer'.
heres how you say it: Je (pronuction tip: For the slavs, The J is actually a Y) mi srodan?
The main language spoken in Serbia is Serbian because it is the national language, however the different nationalities that live there speak their own languages.
Duklja (In Slavia, a J is a Y) was the first kingdom ever for the Serbs.
  Serbia grows about 1/3 of the world's raspberries, despite its miniature size on world scale.
what effect did the policy of ethnic cleansing have on the people in serbia
The capital is Belgrade. Cities such as Novi Sad, Zemun, Nis, Cacak, Svilajnac, Vranje, Jagodina and Kragujevac are some popular cities in Serbia as well.
  Slava, also called Krsna Slava or Krsno Ime (literally Christened Name), is traditional serbian celebration of family's own patron saint. Serbs are Orthodox Christians.
  Serbia was formed as a medieval duchy of the Byzantine Empire in early 700s by the descendants of the Unknown Archont, who led the Serbs to the Balkans from East Central Europe several decades before. The first established dynasty of the early Serbian principality was the Viseslavic dynasty ...
2754 miles (4433 km) according to "TimeAndDate" distance calculator.Mind this is not a route planner, thus the driving distance can be different.
noo Serbia has no border
Crvena Zvezda won the UEFA Champions league in 1992. Serbia is in Europe, capital city is in Europe. Serbia was part of the SFRJ (Yugoslavia).
In the country, it would be Serbian Orthadox.
The "kosovars'' are Albanians who the majority had emigrated to the kosovo region of Serbia in the mid-twentieth century. During that time they started producing more children than the original Serbian population. During the split of ex-Yugoslavia the rise of Albanian nationolism became more common....
  Serbia is intresting because very nice planet and is the most common planet in Space...But none of that information is true so don't take this answer.
fruit, milk, manufactured goods, firearms and ammunition
It does not exist any more. It is now divided itno Slovenia,Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and the FormerYugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
"Niko te ne tera" means "nobody is forcing you (to do something/into something), "you" is an extra, probably by mistake. "Smiri dozivljaj" means "cool down".
Officially, Serbia has flag - 3 colours: red, blue and white... coat of arms - it`s two-headed eagle with shield (with 4 S letters on cilyrics) and with crown from Middleaged Serbian Dinasty - House of Nemanjici... There is also "national" symbols such are 3 fingers, Serbian cap "Shajkacha"......
Adriatic. But it is actually between Italy and Croatia and Montenegro
No, it is part of The Orthodox Church (Christianity), and it is notJewish. In fact, there is no such thing as a Jewish church.
Rakia or shlivovitza is the Serbian national drink. It's an alcoholic drink made of plums.
No country is between Bulgaria and Turky, they share a border
At present, simply: Република Србија = Republika Srbija (Republic of Serbia / Serbian Republic) - In Serbia, Cyrillic and Latin alphabets are used; that is why I am showing both forms, as well as the translations into English, as for them there the two English ways of saying their...
Serbia was a part of greater federations with other republics called Yugoslavia. It is called Serbia since the middle ages.
44° 48′ 0″ N, 20° 28′ 0″ E44.8, 20.466667
if u wanna say my name is u say zovem se or moje ime je..
they eat almost everything
Slobodan Milosevic was Serbian. He took interest in the politics of Yugoslavia, and, as that country fell apart, he favored Serbian nationalism. Eventually, he became president of Serbia.
"Sarma" definitely! It is pickled cabbage leafs in which you wrap minced meat and rice previously prepared with veg and spices and then you bake it! Delicious!
Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Croatia.
Christian-Orthodox :)
Belgrade Fortress   Sava Lake   16 orthodox monasteries located in Fruska Gora National Park   Nis Skull Tower   Gamzigrad - Romuliana: Felix Romuliana palace and memorial complex   Husein-Pasha Mosque   Our Lady of the Rocks church  
Yugoslavia was all Albanian land. It was taken by the Russians in favor of the serbs.
Serbia's major trading partner are Austria, Greece, Norway, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Netherlands's, Russia, United States, and Israel.
It is nice and warm lots of dog poo
For male: Aleksandar, Mihajlo (or Mihailo), Marko, Nemanja, Petar, Stefan, Luka, Dejan, Miroslav, Miloš, Nikola, Filip,... For female: Katarina, Aleksandra, Nina, Mina, Marija, Milica, Tamara, Radmila, Jana, Anđela, Tijana, Slađana, Andrea,...I hope it's enough.
Prince Alexander Karađorđević in 1918
Food preparation is a strong part of the Serbian family tradition. Serbian food is strong, based on meat mostly and the produces of milk - cheese, kaymak and other varieties of sour cream. Traditional food includes soups, stews, smoked meats, minced meat ( cevapcici and meatballs), stuffed...
The money they use in Serbia is Dinar
with war man in kosovo check out for more information on wikipedia
8,500,000 to 9,500,000 excluding Kosovo approx. 700,000 more including Kosovo there will be a census in 2012 to find the exact population
Serbian Dinars
Is not rich (like USA-just for example), but is not poor. Maybe is more poor than rich (but off course not like some African countries, if you know what I mean-we live normal life)
Serbia is located in Europe on Balkan pensualia.
There is no official motto, but the unofficial motto is "Only Unity Saves The Sherbs." (Serbian: Само слога Србина спасава/Samo sloga Srbina spasava.)
12.8 births per 1000 persons...
RSD Republic of Serbia Dinar
No. Serbia has its own currency. Some businesses in Serbia mightaccept them, due to the amount of visitors coming from othercountries, but it is not a currency of Serbia. That is the SebianDinar.
My opinion:"You don't need a cheat,the point of CS is that you gotta aim your opponent yourself to be the best you can.And wh is wasting of time,because that is the point,to be faster than your opponent when you saw him".Thats all from me.
2,026 kmtotal: 77,474 sq kmcountry comparison to the world: 117 land: 77,474 sq km water: 0 sq km  
No. The currency in Serbia is the Serbian dinar.
Ivica Dačić is the Prime Minister of Serbia. Dačić became the Prime Minister of Serbia on 2012 July 27. He was previously the Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia from 2008 July 7 before becoming prime minister. He is the leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia. 
Serbia won 16 matches in FIFA World Cup.
its in the south-east of europe. :)
yes serbia has a natinal stadium and its called crvena zvezda stadium, but is Building a new one. They Just signed the contract (2013)
In Serbia, traditional Serbian female dress consists of opanci, embroidered woolen socks that reached to the knees and nazuvice. Skirts were very varied, of plaited or gathered and embroidered linen, with tkanice serving as a belt. An important part of the costume were aprons (pregace) decorated...
Srbia Or, in Serbian, Srbija
Serbia was a nation starting in 768 A.D a kingdom starting in 1217 a Empire in 1346 then it was conquered by the Ottomans and in 1878 was made a kingdom again, and from 1918-1999, then in 2006 it broke from Montenegro, and that's when Serbia was a nation
Justin Who?Justin Timberlake?Justin Bieber?Gotta tell the last name.
Australia defeated Serbia. The statistics of the match are as follows: Australia 2-1 Serbia June 23, 2010 (20:30) Managers:Pim Verbeek (Australia)Radomir Antić (Serbia)Man of the Match: Tim Cahill (Australia) Location: Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit Attendance: 37,836 Head Referee: Jorge Larrionda ...
It's snowing and cold in winter, and it's sunny and warm in summer. Everything is "perfect"-weather is good. Ofc, in spring is sunny and pretty warm, but the weather in spring changes very fast, and it could be raining and maybe coldIn fall is usually rainingJune is this year very cold and raining
Christian Orthodox, like Russians
the economy of Serbia is now getting better since they had a war, although it will take some time to get it back to when it was still Yugoslavia
Serbia is a country and as such does not have filial relations. However it may have cultural ones with other countries in the Balkans. Their "sister country" is Montenegro (like Austria and Germany) , becauase Montenegro is inhabitet mostly by Montenegrin Serbs and so called Montenegrians, who are...
The official currency is RSD Republic Serbia Dinar
They are:Bosnia & HerzegovinaCroatiaMacedoniaMontenegro