Serbia is a parliamentary republic, with the government divided into legislative, executive, and judiciary branches. Serbia had one of the first modern constitutions in Europe, the 1835 Constitution (known as the Sretenje Constitution), which was at the time considered among the most progressive and liberal constitutions in Europe.
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Serbian (српски / srpski, pronounced [sr̩̂pskiː]) is the...
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The Republic of Serbia, or usually just Serbia, is a country in Central Europe. The capital city is Belgrade. To the north of Serbia is the country Hungary. To the east of Serbia are the countries Bulgaria and Romania. To the south of Serbia are countries North Macedonia and Kosovo. To the west of Serbia are the countries Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the history of Serbia in general, from the earliest historical times to the present day. For history of the Serbs in general, see History of the Serbs. Part of a series on the
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The Kingdom of Serbia was a country located in the Balkans which was created when the ruler of the Principality of Serbia, Milan I was proclaimed king in 1882. Since 1817, the Principality was ruled by the Obrenović dynasty. The Principality, suzerainty of the Ottoman Empire, de facto achieved full independence when the last Ottoman troops left Belgrade in 1867. The Congress of Berlin in 1878 recognized the formal independence of the Principality of Serbia, and in its composition Nišava...
The Principality of Serbia was a state in the Balkans that came into existence as a result of the Serbian revolution which lasted between 1804 and 1817. Despite brutal oppression and retaliation by the Ottoman authorities, the revolutionary leaders, first Karađorđe and then Miloš Obrenović, succeeded in their goal to liberate Serbia after centuries of Turkish rule. At first, the principality included only the territory of the former Pashaluk of Belgrade, but in 1831–1833 it expanded ...
The Serbo-Bulgarian War erupted on November 14, 1885, and lasted until November 28 of the same year. The war ended in defeat for Serbia, as it had failed to capture the Slivnitsa region which it had set out to achieve. Bulgarians successfully repelled the Serbs after the decisive victory at the Battle of Slivnitsa and advanced into Serbian territory taking Pirot and clearing the way to Niš. When Austria-Hungary declared that it would join the war on the side of Serbia, Bulgaria withdrew ...
In 1888 People's Radical Party led by Sava Grujić and Nikola Pašić came to power and a new constitution, based on the liberal Constitution of Belgium was introduced. The lost war and the Radical Party's total electoral victory were some of the reasons why King Milan I abdicated in 1889. His son Alexander I assumed the throne in 1893 and in 1894 dismissed the constitution.
King Alexander I of Serbia and his unpopular wife Queen Draga were assassinated inside the Royal Palace in Belgrade on the night of 28–29 May 1903. Other representatives of the Obrenović family were shot as well. This act resulted in the extinction of the House of Obrenović, which had been ruling Serbia since 1817.
After the May Coup the Serbian Skupština invited Peter Karađorđević to assume the Serbian crown as Peter I of Serbia. A constitutional monarchy was created with the military Black Hand society operating behind the scenes. The traditionally good relations with Austria-Hungary ended, as the new dynasty relied on the support of the Russian Empire and closer cooperation with Kingdom of Bulgaria. In April 1904 the Friendship treaty and in June 1905 the customs union with Bulgaria were signed ...
Serbia Central: 5.466.009 habitantes. Voivodina: 2.031.992 habitantes. República de Serbia (sin Kosovo): 7.498.001 habitantes; Según los datos del The World Factbook publicado por la CIA en 2009, los datos relativos a Serbia y Kosovo son los siguientes (estimaciones de 2009):  República de Serbia (sin Kosovo): 7.379.339 habitantes
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The Serbian Empire (Serbian: Српско царство / Srpsko carstvo, pronounced [sr̩̂pskoː tsâːrstʋo]) is a historiographical term for the empire in the Balkan peninsula that emerged from the medieval Serbian Kingdom. It was established in 1346 by King Stefan Dušan, known as "the Mighty", who significantly expanded the state.
La Serbia sa chatta en il center da la Peninsla dal Balcan e cunfinescha en il nord cun l’Ungaria, en l’ost cun la Rumenia, en il sid cun la Macedonia dal Nord e l’Albania resp. il Cosovo, en il sidvest cun il Montenegro ed en il vest cun la Bosnia ed Erzegovina e Croazia.
Serbia este o țară cu un bogat ecosistem și o bogată diversitate a speciilor — deși acoperă doar 1,9% din întregul teritoriu european, în Serbia trăiește 39% din flora vasculară europeană, 51% din fauna piscicolă europeană, 40% din speciile de reptile și amfibieni din Europa, 74% din speciile de păsări, 67% din cele de mamifere.
Serbia (serb. Србија, Srbija) eli Serbian tasavalta (serb. Република Србија, Republika Srbija) on sisämaavaltio Balkanilla. Sen naapurimaita ovat Unkari pohjoisessa, Romania ja Bulgaria idässä, Pohjois-Makedonia, Kosovo ja Montenegro etelässä sekä Kroatia ja Bosnia ja Hertsegovina lännessä.
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