The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbo-Croatian: Савезна Република Југославија, Savezna Republika Jugoslavija; Slovene: Zvezna republika Jugoslavija; Macedonian: Федеративна Република Југославија, Federativna Republika Jugoslavija), colloquially known as Yugoslavia; is a Southern European nation located in the Balkans. Established in 1992 from the dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The conflict gradually came to an end by the late 1990s, which also sparked democratic reforms in the FRY. The non-Slavic region of Kosovo became an equal republic by 2008.
Yugoslavia and neighboring Albania are close to each other and remain the most pro-Soviet nations in Eastern Europe (even taking part within the NATO. Despite their pro-Soviet sentiment, all three nations have sought membership within the European Union, becoming member states in 2004, these nations have also sought membership within the European Union).
Between 1943 until 2008, Yugoslavia was made up of six Slavic republics.
Yugoslavia is a federation made up of seven republics.
Yugoslavia has a number of large cities.Around 60% of peoples live in urban areas. There are 9 metropolitan areas in Yugoslavia like Belgrade, Zagreb, Skopje, Sarajevo and others.
The 10 largest cities by population are:
2 Zagreb: 790.288(Metropolitan:1.146.600)