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The population of Belgrade is very much on the rise. According to the most recent census, there is currently a population of 1,166,800. The total number of residents in Belgrade make up 12.93% of the population of Serbia.YearPopulationGrowth RateGrowth20351,433,7490.17%2,45920341,431,2900.17%2,36320331,428,9270.16%2,25820321,426,6690.15%2,139
Jan 31, 2020 · Belgrade Urban Area Population History. 1950 432,000. 1951 448,000YearTotal population1,394,00020201,398,0001,398,00020211,402,0001,402,00020221,405,0001,405,00020231,408,000
According to the 2011 census, the city has a population of 1,166,763, while the urban area of Belgrade (with adjacent urban settlements of Borča, Ovča, and Surčin included) has 1,233,796 inhabitants, and the population of the metropolitan area (the administrative area of the City of Belgrade) stands at 1,659,440 people.
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Chart and table of population level and growth rate for the Belgrade, Serbia metro area from ...YearPopulationGrowth Rate20211,402,0000.29%20201,398,0000.29%20191,394,0000.36%20181,389,0000.43%
Serbia has only one city with a population of over 1 million: Belgrade, the capital, has about ...
Belgrade is the site of numerous government offices and is also home to various cultural and educational institutions, including the University of Belgrade, founded in 1863. There are many museums and galleries, of which the oldest, the National Museum (Narodni Muzej), was founded in 1844. Pop. (2002) 1,120,092; (2011) 1,166,763.
Serbia was divided into 15 counties with 61 districts called kapetanija ("captaincy", after 1834 called srez). Užice was not included due to unrest. 1841 census. TOTAL = 828,895; 1843 census. TOTAL = 859,545; 1846 census. TOTAL = 915,080; Extracts in Glasnik DSS. 1850 census. TOTAL = 956,893; Extracts in Glasnik DSS. 1854 census
Oct 24, 2019 · Serbia’s population was 6.96 million at the beginning of 2019, according to the Serbian Statistical Office. The figure excludes Kosovo, although Serbia does not recognise its independence.