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.

Asked in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Herzegovina Region

What does stara ljubav zaborava nema mean in yugoslavian?

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It means Old love can never be forgotten. Like, you will always love that person a little bit no matter what. Or you have never loved him/her in the first place. And it's in Serbian.
Asked in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Herzegovina Region

Translation of English to Yugoslavian for grandma?

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Yugoslavian does not exist anymore. In Croatian you can say: baka, baba (I belive it's the same for serbian and bosnian too), also on islands it is often used italian name for grandma: nonna.
Asked in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Herzegovina Region

What is the Yugoslavian translation for I love you?

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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Serbia, Hartford

What languages are spoken in Serbia?

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Answer: Serbian (official) and Hungarian (near the Hungarian border). No one speaks Albanian. (Excluding Kosovo) Answer: They speak Serbian, which is similar to Croatian and Bosnian. The official alphabet is in cyrillic, however, a latin alphabet is commonly used as well. There are 30 letters in the Serbian alphabet. Serbian Serbian 88.3% (official), Hungarian 3.8%, Bosniak 1.8%, Romany (Gypsy) 1.1%, other 4.1%, unknown 0.9% Serbian Serbian people speak Serbian (Croatian and Bossnian is same languages as Serbian -former Serbo-Croatian). This is one of Slavic languages ( Russian, Czech, Polish, Bulgarian, Slovak, Macedonian, Ukrainian, Slovenian ). Like other Slavic languages ​​are difficult to learn for English speakers. Serbian language is one of the 5 most difficult languages ​​to learn in the world. Official language is Serbian (also known in the past as Serbo-Croatian), but there are languages spoke by the minorities such as Albanians, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Slovaks etc... Language spoken in Serbia is "Srpski" or Serbian Language. Serbian language. 14 Serbian
Asked in Serbia, Continents

In what continent is Serbia in?

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Serbia is located in Southeastern Europe and is in the Balkan. It used to be the former Yugoslavia until the war occurred in the 1990's
Asked in Serbia

What was the hapsburg ultimatum?

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The Hasburg Ultimatum was a document sent to Serbia from Austro-Hungary giving them terms to accept to prevent war, after a Serbian Terrorist Organization shot and killed the air to the throne to Austro-Hungary. Upon Serbia's refusal to sign the Hasburg Ultimatum, Austro-Hungary declaired war on Serbia, and invaded it. This was the spark to World War I, as immediatly after, Austro Hungary's ally Germany invaded Russia, Serbias ally.
Asked in World War 2, World War 1, Serbia, WW1 Allied Forces, Assassinations and Assassination Attempts

The assassination of which statesman by the Black Hand Gang of Serbia is seen by historians as a major cause of the First World War?

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Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir of the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated by the Black Hand Gang of Serbia, which sparked off the chain of events which lead to the First World War. :) Vanessa.S
Asked in Economics, Geography, Serbia

Is Yugoslavia an LEDC?

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Yugoslavia is not a country anymore !
Asked in History of Europe, Countries, States, and Cities, Serbia, Montenegro

What is the capital of Serbia and Montenegro?

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The federation of Serbia and Montenegro, originally officially the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and later the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, existed from 1992 to 2006. Its capital was Belgrade. In 2006, Montenegro declared its independence and became a separate independent nation. The capital city of Serbia is Belgrade. Belgrade's population is 1.21 million (as of 2009) and is also the largest city in the former Yugoslavia. The capital of Montenegro is Podgorica.
Asked in World War 2, World War 1, Serbia, WW1 Allied Forces

Why was Russia allied with Serbia during World War 1?

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Russia saw itself as the great protector of all Serbian people, there were even thoughts of a Serbian Empire. Russia was obligated to defend Serbia in a conflict in return for Serbia's agreement of the annexation of Bosnia. More Information: The Ottoman Empire to the south was dwindling. The Russians knew that when states in the Balkans had Nationalist rebellions and seceded from the Ottoman Empire they would be easy to annex into the Russian Empire. Therefore, the Russians supported Balkan Nationalism because they wanted to annex more land and have a better foothold in Europe. The Austrians had a similar idea, figuring they could conquer/annex any land lost to the Ottoman Empire. Therefore, the Austrians annexed Serbia, angered a lot of Serbians and led to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand Hapsburg, a symbolic gesture for the anger the Serbian nation felt toward the Austrians. The Russians felt if they supported Serbia and all those other countries, they would annex them and not face similar problems because they were all Slavs and therefore wouldn't see the Russians so much as foreign rulers. Russia allied with Serbia due to their common Slavic background. Russia was the most powerful Slavic country and felt it was their duty to protect the struggling Serbia. Also, Russia felt it was an obligation to protect their honor. They had just lost a war with Japan, which was a global embarrassment because Japan was not a European power (there was the idea of European supremacy). They had not been able to protect their fellow Slavs before and this was a source of shame, so they felt they had no choice but to ally with Serbia. The Russians and Serbs (Along with every other Slavic country) followed a common belief formally named Pan Slavism. This Pan Slavism entailed that all Slavic countries all shared the same nationality, as well as the fact that they shared a language. Russia was the largest Slavic country, and in that fact, waited an obligation to protect their fellow "countrymen". When Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, the Russians were forced to enter the war to protect their cousins.
Asked in Serbia, Slogans and Mottos

What is serbias motto?

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There is no official motto, but the unofficial motto is "Only Unity Saves The Sherbs." (Serbian: Само слога Србина спасава/Samo sloga Srbina spasava.)
Asked in History of Europe, Serbia

What factors were responsible for disintegration of Yugoslavia?

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Under Tito, Yugoslavia was able to hold together, even though there were many ethnic groups and different religions. Once Tito died, Yugoslavia fell apart.
Asked in Europe, Serbia

Is Yugoslavia still Yugoslavia?

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It split up into what is now known as Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
Asked in Tsunamis, Serbia

Out of what nations land was Yugoslavia created?

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Austria-Hungary, Mentenegro, and Serbia
Asked in Serbia, Harry Styles

Would Harry Styles date someone from Serbia?

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He doesn't care where they are from, he'd date someone from their personality & looks :)
Asked in Serbia, Austria-Hungary

Why did Serbia get angry at Austria-Hungary in 1908?

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Austria-Hungary annexed Bosnia, a territory near the Balkan Peninsula Serbia had had its eyes on.
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law, Serbia

Can I file for a divorce in Serbia?

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Serbia, though not being the most effective and modern country in Europe, has a European law tradition. So filing divorce is just as normal as in any other country of the EU.
Asked in Serbia

When was Serbia founded and why did Serbia fall?

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A republic of southeast Europe on the northern Balkan peninsula. Serbs settled the region in the 6th century and formed an independent kingdom in the 10th century. Dominated by the Ottoman Empire after 1459, Serbia did not regain its independence until 1804.
Asked in History of Europe, Serbia

Which is not a state created by the devolution of former Yugoslavia?

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Yugoslavia consisted of six Socialist Republics and two Socialist Autonomous Provinces that made up the country were: SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SR Croatia, SR Macedonia, SR Montenegro, SR Slovenia and SR Serbia (including the autonomous provinces of Vojvodina and Kosovo which after 1974 were largely equal to the other members of the federation[2][3]).

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