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The Republic of Serbia is a landlocked sovereign country located in Southeastern Europe and comprising the southern portion of the Pannonian Plain and a central portion of the Balkan Peninsula.[1] Serbia is bordered by Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; the Republic of Macedonia and Albania[2] to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to the west. The capital of Serbia is Belgrade.

For centuries, shaped at cultural boundaries between East and West, a powerful medieval kingdom – later renamed the Serbian Empire – occupied much of the Balkans. Torn by domestic feuds, Ottoman, Hungarian, and later, Austrian incursions, the Serbian state collapsed by the mid-16th century. The positive outcome of the Serbian revolution in 1817 marked the birth of modern Serbia. Within a century it reacquired Kosovo, Raška and Vardar Macedonia from the Ottoman Empire. Likewise, in 1918 the former autonomous Habsburg crownland of Vojvodina proclaimed its secession from Austria-Hungary to unite with Serbia, preceded by the Syrmia region.

The current borders of the country were established following the end of World War II, when Serbia became a federal unit within the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Serbia became an independent state again in 2006, after Montenegro left the union that formed after the dissolution of Yugoslavia in 1990s.

In February 2008, the parliament of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence from Serbia. Serbia's government, as well as the UN Security Council, have not recognized Kosovo's independence. The response from the international community has been mixed. Serbia is a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, and the Council of Europe, and is an associate member of the European Union.

General reference

Geography of Serbia

Main article: Geography of Serbia
 Romania 476 km
 Bulgaria 318 km
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 302 km
 Croatia 241 km
 Hungary 151 km
 Montenegro 203 km
 Macedonia 221 km
 Albania 112 km
  • Coastline: none

Environment of Serbia


Natural geographic features of Serbia

Regions of Serbia

Main article: Regions of Serbia

Ecoregions of Serbia

Main articles: List of ecoregions in Serbia and Ecoregions in Serbia

Administrative divisions of Serbia

Districts of Serbia
Main article: Districts of Serbia
Municipalities of Serbia

Demography of Serbia

Government and politics of Serbia

Main article: Government of Serbia and Politics of Serbia

Branches of the government of Serbia

Main article: Government of Serbia

Executive branch of the government of Serbia

Legislative branch of the government of Serbia

Judicial branch of the government of Serbia

Main article: Court system of Serbia

Foreign relations of Serbia

International organization membership

The Republic of Serbia is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Serbia

Main article: Law of Serbia

Military of Serbia

Main article: Military of Serbia

Local government in Serbia

Main article: Local government in Serbia

History of Serbia

Main article: History of Serbia, Timeline of Serbian history, and Current events of Serbia

Culture of Serbia

Main article: Culture of Serbia

Art in Serbia

Sports in Serbia

Main article: Sports in Serbia

Economy and infrastructure of Serbia

Main article: Economy of Serbia

Education in Serbia

Main article: Education in Serbia

Science in Serbia

See also

Serbia portal
Europe portal
Main article: Serbia

References

External links

Atlas of Serbia

  • [1]
  • Serbian Government
  • e-Government Portal of Serbia
  • President of Serbia
  • National Assembly of Serbia
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia
  • National Tourist Organization of Serbia
  • National Bank of Serbia
  • Serbia Investment and Export Promotion Agency
  • Statistical Office of Serbia
  • Serbia: CIA World FactBook 2008
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