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Срби / Srbi
Total population
~12-13 million [1][2]
Regions with significant populations
Former Yugoslavia8,200,000+
 Serbia (including Kosovo Serbs)~6,200,000 (2012)[3]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina~1,300,000 (2012)[4]
 Montenegro265,895 (Native Serbian speakers)(2011)[5]
 Croatia~200,000 (2011)[6]
 Slovenia~40,000 (2002)[7]
 Macedonia~40,000 (2002)[8]
 Germany~800,000 (2012)[9]
 Austria~400,000 (2012)[10]
 France~120,000 (2012)[12]
 Italy~55,000 (2004)[13]
 Sweden~120,000 (2008)[14]
 United Kingdom~70,000 (2005)[15]
 Romania~20,000 (2002)[16]
 Benelux~40,000 (2008)[17]
 Norway~12,000 (2006)[18]
 Denmark~60,000 (2008)[19]
 Greece~15,000 (2001)[20]
 Spain~5,000 (2008)[22]
North America1,200,000+
 United States~1,000,000[23]
 Canada80,320 (2011)[24]
 Australia and  New Zealand~130,000[26]
 United Arab Emirates~15,000[27]
 Russia~4,000 (2002)[29]
Predominantly Serbian Orthodox Christian
Related ethnic groups
Other Slavic peoples, especially South Slavs

Serbs (Serbian: Срби, Srbi) are a South Slavic people living in the Balkans and Central Europe, mainly in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and in Croatia, in Krajina region.

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  28. Ethnic groups of Turkey
  29. Федеральная служба государственной статистики: