Serbia

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Serbia, Република Србија, Republika Srbija

Serbia.jpg Serbia-flag.gif Serbia-location.jpg
The National Arms of Serbia The National Flag Location

From 1993-2003 the name was Yugoslavia, until 2006 Serbia and Montenegro.

Division

The Republic is composed of Autonomous Provinces (presently two: Vojvodina the other being Kosovo (which has declared unilateral independence)) as well as Serbia proper. Provinces being divided in Okrugs (Districts), each District composed of Opstinas (Counties), which in their turn comprise townships, settlements, villages and communities.

Coat of arms of the Autonomous Provinces

  • Kosovo
  • Vojvodina

Coats of arms of cities and towns

  • Ada
  • Arandjelovac
  • Arilje
  • Backi Maglic
  • Barajevo
  • Batocina
  • Bela Crkva
  • Beocin
  • Beograd
  • Berkasovo
  • Besenovo
  • Bingula
  • Bor
  • Bosilegrad
  • Budjanovci
  • Cajetina
  • Calma
  • Cerevic
  • Cukarica
  • Cumic
  • Despotovac
  • Erdevik
  • Gornji Milanovac
  • Grosnica
  • Indjija
  • Irig
  • Istok
  • Jazak (estate)
  • Jazak (village)
  • Kanjiza
  • Kikinda
  • Kladovo
  • Knjazevac
  • Kragujevac
  • Kraljevo
  • Krusedol (estate)
  • Krusedol (village)
  • Kruševac (Крушевац)
  • Kuršumlija (Куршумлија)
  • Lajkovac
  • Lapovo
  • Lazarevac
  • Ljig
  • Loznica (Лозница)
  • Maglic
  • Mala Remeta
  • Mali Radinci
  • Malo Crnike
  • Maradik
  • Mionica
  • Mitrovica
  • Mladenovac
  • Morkin
  • Neradin
  • Nis
  • Novi Beograd (Нови Београд)
  • Novi Sad
  • Obrenovac
  • Palilula
  • Pančevo
  • Pecinci
  • Petrovaradin
  • Pozarevac
  • Pozega
  • Priboj na Limu
  • Prijepolje
  • Prokuplje (Прокупље)
  • Rudnik
  • Ruma
  • Sabac
  • Satrinci
  • Savski Venac
  • Senta
  • Sid
  • Smederevo
  • Smederevska Palanka
  • Soko Banja
  • Sombor
  • Srbobran
  • Sremska Kamenica
  • Srpski Krstur
  • Stara Pazova
  • Starčevo
  • Stari Grad
  • Subotica
  • Subotiste
  • Surdulica
  • Svetozar Miletić
  • Svilajnac
  • Svilajnac
  • Štrpce (Штрпце)
  • Topola
  • Trstenik (Трстеник)
  • Uzice
  • Valjevo
  • Velika Plana
  • Vladičin Han
  • Vracar
  • Vranje
  • Vrbas
  • Vrdnic
  • Vrnjacka Banja
  • Vucitrn
  • Zemun
  • Zrenjanin
  • Zvezdara