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Greek Serbs
Σέρβοι
Total population
Serbs

+10,000
5,200 born in Serbia [1]

Regions with significant populations
Athens, Thessalonica, Mount Athos
Languages

Serbian, Greek

Religion

Serbian Orthodox

Hilandar Monastery

Serbs in Greece are people of Serbian ancestry living in Greece. They number more than 10,000 people, with 5,200 born in Serbia and having Greek citizenship, according to a 2001 census.

Tourism

An estimated 350,000 Serbian citizens visit Greece annually.[2] Many Serbs visit Greece because of the important Serbian heritage found in the country. Some of the cultural and religious sites especially important to Serbs include Hilandar Monastery in Mount Athos,[3] Zeytinlik Cemetery in Thessaloniki,[4] and the island of Corfu.[5]

Notable Serbian-Greeks

References

  1. ^ (Greek).
  2. ^ "Grčka grupna viza besplatna". Blic. June 2008. http://www.blic.co.rs/drustvo.php?id=46595. Retrieved 2008-06-23. 
  3. ^ "Chilandar Monastery". Embassy of Serbia in Athens. http://www.embassyofserbia.gr/Hilandar/HilandarENG.htm. Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
  4. ^ Petar Opačić. "Le front de Salonique: Zeitinlik". Embassy of Serbia in Athens. http://www.embassyofserbia.gr/Zejtinlik/Zejtinlik.htm. Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
  5. ^ "Serbs on Corfu 1916-1918". Embassy of Serbia in Athens. http://www.embassyofserbia.gr/Krf/KrfEng.htm. Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
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