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Sеrbian Federation
Српска Федерација
Timeline: Tiara

OTL equivalent: Vojvodina, Central Serbia, Kosmet,Montenegro, Northeastern Macedonia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Lika and Banovina
Flag of Serbia Coat of arms of Serbia (1941–1944)
Flag Coat of Arms
Europetiara
Location of Sеrbian Federation
Anthem "Marš na Drine"
Capital Belgrade
Largest city Belgrade
Other cities Niš,Sarajevo, Novi Sad, Kragujevac,Banja Luka,Priština, Cetinje, Mostar
Language
  official
 
Slovak
  others Chakavian,Chelmian,Narentian,Albanian (Tiara),Hungarian, Gheg
Religion
  main
 
Serbian Orthodox
  others Muslim,Roman Catholic, Lutheran
Ethnic Group Serbian,Chelmian, Narentian, Croatian, Albanian,Gheg, Hungarian
Demonym Serbian
Government PFederal Presidential Republic
  legislature Skupština
President
Area
  main
 
(WIP) km²
  water (%) (WIP)
GDP
  Total:
 
{{{gdp_total}}}
  per capita {{{gdp_capita}}}
Currency Serbian Dinar
Time Zone CET (UTC+01)
  summer CEST (UTC+02)
Serbia is a country bordering Slavonia (Tiara) and Hungary(Tiara) to the north, Romania and Rumelia(Tiara) to the east and Greece(Tiara) and Albania(Tiara) to the south. Along the  Adriatic coast , Serbia shares a border with Dalmatia(Tiara).

States:

  1. Bačka
  2. Banate
  3. Syrmia
  4. Belgrade
  5. Mačva
  6. Braničevo
  7. Timok
  8. Šumadija
  9. Raška
  10. Toplica
    Serbiastates

    Serbian states

  11. Nišava
  12. Pirot
  13. Pčinja
  14. Kosovo
  15. Metohija
  16. Brda
  17. Zeta
  18. Trebjesa
  19. Podrinje
  20. Hercegovina
  21. Usora i Soli
  22. Bosna
  23. Lašva
  24.  Završje
  25. Krajina
  26. Lika
  27. Banovina

Minorities

The largest ethnic minority are the hungarians in Bačka followed by romance-speaking Albanians in South-Metohija and Ghegs in Kosovo.

Other Slavic peoples include the Chelmians in central Hercegovina, the croats in Završje and Lašva and the Narentians in western Hercegovina

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