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Serbia belgrade by Maryna Okunska

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The capital of Serbia is Belgrade (Beograd)

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Serbia belgrade by Maryna Okunska

  1. 1. SERBIA Wyzsza Szkola Biznesu By ERASMUS student Ukraine, Kyiv, KROK University Maryna Okunska
  2. 2.  The capital of Serbia is Belgrade (Beograd)  Serbia’s second city, Novi Sad, lies upstream on the Danube; a cultural and educational centre
  3. 3. 1. BELGRADE FORTRESS Because of its strategic defensive location, people have lived at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers since Neolithic times. Then the invaders moved in, first the Celts and later the Romans, who built a palisade here, followed by the Huns and the Goths. It was a Serbian leader, however, in the 15th century who really beefed up the fortifications here.
  4. 4. 2. SKADARLIJA STREET Skadarlija Street may not be very long, just 400 meters (1,340 feet), but it’s the most famous street in Belgrade. Located in the Old Town, it connects Despot Stefan Boulevard with Dusanova Street. The street is lined with vintage buildings.
  5. 5. 3. ADA CIGANLIJA Ada Ciganlija is an island cum artificial peninsula in the Sava River/Lake that runs through central Belgrade. With its pretty beaches and sports facilities, Ada draws upwards of 100,000 visitors a day during the summer. Nicknamed “Belgrade’s Sea,” Ada’s peninsula is filled with thick forests that resemble a wilderness area, so you might see deer, rabbits and fox.
  6. 6. 4. TEMPLE OF SAINT SAVA  With a 134-meter (440- foot) high dome, the Temple of Saint Sava dominates Belgrade’s skyline. To make it even taller, the dome is topped with a gold cross almost 12 meter (40 feet) high. The largest Orthodox church in use today, it is dedicated to Saint Sava, an important medieval personage who founded the Serbian Orthodox church.
  7. 7. SERBIA POPULATION 2017 8,773,858  Serbia sits between Central and Southeast Europe. Its capital, Belgrade, is one of the oldest cities in Europe and one of the largest in all of Southeast Europe. The 2017 population is estimated at 8.79 million.  Serbia has only one city with a population over 1 million: Belgrade, the capital, has about 1.2 million people (1.65 in the metro area), with the second largest city of Novi Sad having a population of just 277,000.
  8. 8. COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE  One birth every 6 minutes  One death every 5 minutes  One net migrant every 44 minutes  Net loss of one person every 17 minutes
  9. 9. SERBIA TOP 20 CITIES BY POPULATION  Name  Population  Belgrade  1,273,651  Nis  250,000  Novi Sad  215,400  Zemun  155,591  Kragujevac  147,473  Cacak  117,072  Subotica  100,000  Leskovac  94,758  Novi Pazar  85,996  Kraljevo  82,846  Zrenjanin  79,773  Pancevo  76,654  Krusevac  75,256  Uzice  63,577  Smederevo  62,000  Valjevo  61,035  Vranje  56,199  Sabac  55,114  Zajecar  49,800  Trstenik  49,043
  10. 10. SERBIA POPULATION CLOCK  The population of Serbia  8,773,858  Births Per Day  255  Deaths Per Day  306  Net Migrations Per Day  -33  Population Change Since January 1st  -31,920
  11. 11. POPULATION PYRAMID
  12. 12. SERBIA POPULATION GROWTH
  13. 13. SERBIA POPULATION INDICATORS  Indicator  Value  Life Expectancy (Both Sexes)  75.226 years  Male Life Expectancy  72.414 years  Female Life Expectancy  78.068 years  Total Fertility Rate  1.614 children/woman  Sex Ratio At Birth  1.052 males per female  Infant Mortality Rate  8.62 deaths/1,000 live births  Mean Age at Childbearing  29.073 years  Rate of Natural Increase  -2.125  Median Age (Total)  42.3 years  Median Age (Female)  44 years  Median Age (Male)  40.7 years
  14. 14. Probabilistic Projections of Total Fertility using World Population Prospects 2017 fertility estimates Projections of Total Fertility: Median, 80% / 95% prediction intervals and high / low WPP fertility variant
  15. 15. ETHNIC GROUPS  The early Serbian homeland was in the vicinity of Serbia’s Kopaonik Mountains, including the Kosovo Basin and the region around the ancient capital of Ras (near modern Novi Pazar). After Ottoman armies overran this region in the 14th century, many Serb families fled the southern basins and found shelter northward in the hills of Šumadija. Albanian tribal groups then moved into former Serbian settlements.
  16. 16. RELIGION  The distinguishing feature of Serbian national identity is its Eastern OrthodoxChristian heritage, though probably less than one-tenth of the population actually attended church during the communist era. Throughout history the autocephalous Serbian Orthodox Church has viewed itself as the champion of Serbian national interests. During the Ottoman period it waged a long struggle against the influence of Greek clergy based in Constantinople. Because of its nationalist activities, the Ottoman regime suppressed the Serbian church from 1766 to 1832. Hungarians in the Vojvodina are divided between Roman Catholic and Calvinist Protestant groups.
  17. 17. 85% 5% 3% 1% 6% Religious affiliation Orthodox Roman Catholic Muslim Protestant Other
  18. 18. REGISTRATION OF FOREIGNERS  Serbian organisations and individuals providing accommodation to foreigners against payment, as well as locals hosting visiting foreigners, must register the foreigner’s stay with the local police station within 24 hours of the commencement of the accommodation arrangement, or of the foreign visitor’s arrival.  A foreigner not using official accommodation nor staying with a private individual must register his or her stay and change of address with the local police station within 24 hours of arriving at the place of residency or of the change of address. A place of residency is where a foreigner intends to stay for more than 24 hours.
  19. 19. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

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