Serbs in Slovenia

Serbs In Slovenia

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In the 2002 census, 38,964 people of Slovenia declared themselves of Serb ethnicity, which corresponds to 1.98% of the total population, making them the second largest ethnic group in the country, after the Slovenes.

Read more about Serbs In Slovenia:  Geographic Breakdown, The Immigrant Community, Historic Serb Communities in White Carniola, Demographic History, Notable People

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