Die Vojvodina eine Multhiethnische Gesellschaft
Erstellt von Albanesi2, 12.10.2005, 20:05 Uhr · 29 Antworten · 1.152 Aufrufe
Die Vojvodina eine Multhiethnische Gesellschaft
Hey Leute ich muss sagen Vojvodina ist cool ich war dort schon oft vorbeigefahren
Es leben alles für Menschen dort Serben ,Kroaten, Ungarn, Slowaken, Ukrainer, Deutsche, Juden und weiß noch
In Novi Sad bin ich auch zufälligerweise in ein Albanerviertel der Stadt gsteuert
Vojvodina fasziniert mich total , wegen der verschiedensten Kultureinflüssen und ihre mutlikulturelle Gesselschaft...ich hoffe das Kosovo wird auch so sein , wie es auch damals mal war...wo neben Albaner auch Serben , Ashkalis , Roma , Türken , Kroaten , Goranen (serbische Muslime) und Torbeshis (mazedonische Muslime ) friedlich zusammenlebten..
Ethnic groups of Vojvodina
Serbs – Serbs constitute an absolute majority of people in Vojvodina. According to the2002 census, there were 1,321,807 Serbs in Vojvodina or 65,05% of the population. Serbs also make up an absolute majority in most of the municipalities and large cities of Vojvodina, except in Subotica (second largest city), which has a mixed population with no absolute majority of any nation (but the Serbian language is dominant in Subotica). Large cities with a Serbian ethnic majority are: Novi Sad (75%), Sombor (61%), Sremska Mitrovica (87%), Kikinda (76%), Zrenjanin (74%), Pan?evo (76%), Vršac (70%), Ruma (86%), Ba?ka Palanka (78%), In?ija (84%), Kula (52%), Apatin (61%), and Temerin (64%). Other municipalities with a Serbian ethnic majority are: Nova Crnja (70%), Novi Be?ej (69%), Se?anj (69%), Žitište (60%), Novi Kneževac (59%), Alibunar (56%), Bela Crkva (74%), Kovin (75%), Opovo (86%), Plandište (54%), Odžaci (82%), Beo?in (68%), Srbobran (67%), Sremski Karlovci (76%), Titel (85%), Žabalj (86%), Irig (79%), Pe?inci (92%), Stara Pazova (81%), and Šid (77%). Serbs are also the largest ethnic group in Vrbas (48%) and Ba? (46%). Serbian is one of six official languages of Vojvodina, and it is also a dominant language.
Hungarians – Hungarians mostly live in northern Vojvodina (northern Ba?ka). They constitute an absolute majority in 6 municipalities: Kanjiža (86%), Senta (81%), Ada (77%), Ba?ka Topola (59%), Mali I?oš (56%) and ?oka (52%). There are also 2 ethnically mixed municipalities, with no absolute majority held by any nation, in which ethnic Hungarians constitute the largest percent of the population: Be?ej (49%) and Subotica (38%). About 60% of all Hungarians in Vojvodina live in these 8 municipalities. There are 290,207 Hungarians in Vojvodina or 14,28% of the population and they are the second largest ethnic group in the region. Hungarian is one of six official languages of Vojvodina.
Slovaks – Slovaks are the third largest ethnic group in Vojvodina. They constitute an absolute majority in Ba?ki Petrovac municipality (66%) and they also constitute the largest percent of the population in Kova?ica municipality (41%). There are 56,637 Slovaks in Vojvodina or 2,79% of population. Slovak is one of six official languages of Vojvodina.
Croats – There are 56,546 Croats in Vojvodina or 2,78% of the population. Croatian is one of six official languages of Vojvodina.
Yugoslavs – There are 49,881 Yugoslavs in Vojvodina or 2,45% of the population. They mostly speak Serbian. According to the 2002 census there were 80,721 Yugoslavs in Serbia, of which 49,881 were in Vojvodina and 30,840 in Central Serbia.
Montenegrins – There are 35,513 Montenegrins in Vojvodina or 1,75% of the population. They mostly speak Serbian.
Romanians – There are 30,419 Romanians in Vojvodina or 1,50% of the population. Romanian is one of six official languages of Vojvodina.
Roma (Gypsy) – There are 29,057 Roma in Vojvodina or 1,43% of the population. The Roma language is not official in Vojvodina, but there are TV programs and other publications in the Roma language.
Bunjevci – Bunjevci are small ethnic group whose members mostly live in northern Vojvodina. There are 19,766 Bunjevci in Vojvodina. They speak a specific ikavian/shtokavian dialect of the former Serbo-Croatian language, thought they mostly declared that their language is Serbian on the 2002 census.
Rusins – There are 15,626 Rusyns in Vojvodina and the Rusin language is one of six official languages of Vojvodina. The Rusin language is spoken mostly in Vojvodina and it is classified as western Slavic, thought it shares many similarities with Slovak. There is also a Rusyn language in Ukraine, but it is a different language classified as eastern Slavic.
Macedonians – There are 11,785 Macedonians in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Macedonian.
Ukrainians – There are 4,635 Ukrainians in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Ukrainian.
Muslims – There are 3,634 Muslims in Vojvodina. They mostly speak the Serbian language. According to the 2002 census there were 19,503 Muslims in Serbia in total, of which 15,869 live in Central Serbia and 3,634 in Vojvodina.
Germans – There are 3,154 Germans in Vojvodina. They mostly speak German. The German population of Vojvodina was more numerous in the past (about 350,000 before the World War II), but most of this community emigrated to Germany after World War II.
Slovenians – There are 2,005 Slovenians in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Slovene.
Albanians – There are 1,695 Albanians in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Albanian.
Bulgarians – There are 1,658 Bulgarians in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Bulgarian.
Czechs – There are 1,648 Czechs in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Czech.
Russians – There are 940 Russians in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Russian.
Gorani – There are 606 Gorani in Vojvodina. Ethnic Gorani mostly live in Kosovo and they speak the Serbian language.
Bosniaks – There are 417 Bosniaks in Vojvodina. They mostly speak Bosnian.
Vlachs – There are 101 Vlachs in Vojvodina. The ethnic Vlachs of Serbia as a whole mostly live in Central Serbia and they speak a dialect of Romanian, thought they call their language Vlach.
Šokci (Shokci) – Šokci are small ethnic group, which mostly live in Vojvodina. There are 1,864 Šokci in all of Serbia and they mostly speak the Serbian language. The Šokci population was much greater in the past (more than 20,000 in the 19th century).
Jews – There were 206 ethnic Jews in Novi Sad city according to the 2002 census. The Jewish population of Vojvodina was quite large in the past (about 19,000 before the World War II), but most of these Jews were killed during the Nazi occupation in World War II. The language of Vojvodina Jews was Yiddish.
Aškalije (Ashkaliye) – There were 287 ethnic Aškalije in Novi Sad city according to the 2002 census. Aškalije previously were regarded as part of Roma nationality, but now they are a separate ethnic group. Aškalije mostly live in Kosovo and speak Albanian. They are descendants of Roma who are said to have come to the Balkans from Palestine (their name deriving from Ashkelon, a city in Israel).
Egyptians – There were 201 ethnic Egyptians in Novi Sad city according to the 2002 census. Egyptians previously were regarded as part of the Roma nationality, but now they are a separate ethnic group. Egyptians mostly live in Kosovo and speak Albanian. They are descendants of Roma who claim to have come to the Balkans from Egypt.
Greeks – There were 191 ethnic Greeks in Novi Sad city according to the 2002 census.
Poles – There were 103 ethnic Poles in Novi Sad city according to the 2002 census.
Chinese – Officially there were only 27 Chinese in Novi Sad city according to the 2002 census, but these numbers are thought to greatly undercount the actual presence of this group. Thought the Chinese are recent immigrants to Vojvodina, there are many Chinese shops and restaurants in Novi Sad and other cities of the region.
Re: Die Vojvodina eine Multhiethnische Gesellschaft
Zitat von Albanesi2
Die Aschkalier und die Ägypter: zwei gute Bespiele dass sich die Zigeuner auch selbst belügen.
In den grössten Teilen der Vojvodina machen die Serben 70-90% aus weil die anderen Volksgruppen nicht verteilt sondern auf einem Fleck die Mehrheit bilden wie zB die Ungarn im nord-osten der Vojvodina.
Die Vojvodina sollte man in "Serbien-1" umbenennen.
Denn ich fürchte das die Vojvodina irgendwann die Unabhängigkeit anstreben wird.
Es wären dann lustigerweise die Vojvodina-Serben, die die Unabhängigkeit anstreben würden. Den Ungarn geht der Zirkus eh am Arsch vorbei.
Zitat von USER01
Mit diesen Politikern schon .......
Zitat von USER01
Vojvodina , Sandzak , Vlaska-Republika, sie verkaufen ja e alles :!:
Wieso sollten sich die serben von serbien abspalten wollen :?
Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
saadi ihr bekommt es e irgendwann ..... Serbien schenkt gerne Territorien ...
Zitat von saaadi
vorallem die heutigen Politikern .....
Also kannst dich bald auf eine " SAO SANDZAK " freuen
= SAMOSTALNA AUTONOMNA OBLAST SANDZAK =
:wink: oder später gar Republika Sandzak ...
keine ahnung was wird
Zitat von Krajina-Force
sandzak ist zakon
za mene zumindest hahaha
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