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Capital : Belgrade
Language :  Serbian
Currency :  Serbian dinar
Population : 7 076 372
Area : 88 361 km2

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1. The change from summer to winter time (moving clockwise back one hour) is on the last Sunday in October.

2. 7.1% of fatal accidents were caused by people under the influence of alcohol.

3. This country has more than 2,130,000 motor vehicles (299 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants).

4. The national top-level domain is .rs . There are over 84,090 websites with this extension.

5. The most popular pages with the .rs extension are google.rs, blic.rs and kurir-info.rs.

6. In this country there are no billboards with advertisements on the streets.

7. In this country there are more than 44 248 km of paved roads including over 620 km of express roads (0.07% of all roads in the world).

8. The country has 26 airports, 10 of the paved surface.

9. In this country there are more than 3 809 km of railway tracks.

10. Full name of the country – Republic of Serbia.

11. Political system – republic.

12. In 1961, Ivo Andrić received the Nobel Prize in Literature.


Geography in Serbia

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1. The lowest situated place in the country is the Timok River – 35 m above sea level.

2. The country is 3.5 times smaller than Poland.

3. Serbia borders with such countries as: Bosnia and Herzegovina 302 km, Bulgaria 318 km, Croatia 241 km, Hungary 151 km, Kosovo 352 km, Macedonia 62 km, Montenegro 124 km, Romania 476 km.

4. Danube is the longest river.

5. The country lies in the warm temperate zone in the north and subtropical in the south.

6. The highest peak is Djeravica 2 656 m above sea level.

7. There are 50610 km2 of agricultural land in Serbia (57% of the country).

8. Nova Varoš is the highest located town in the country.

78. The nearest capital in a straight line from Belgrade is Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – 196 km.

79. The furthest capital city in a straight line from Belgrade is Wellington (New Zealand) – 17901 km.


Finance in Serbia

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1. The minimum wage is 121 dinars per hand per working hour (data from 2015).

2. The amount of income tax in Serbia is 15%.

3. In this country, the amount of income tax for individuals is 15%, and for companies 15% (2018).

4. The tax on goods and services is 20% (2018).

5. The level of inflation in 2018 is 2.4%.

6. Gross domestic product (GDP) …
– in 2015 it is $ 42 963 000 000 (PLN 183 881 640 000) ,
– in 2018 it is $ 41,430,000,000 (PLN 177 320 400 000).

7. Internal debt at the beginning of …
2015 was 70.9% of GDP, which is about: $ 30 460 767 000 (PLN 130 372 082 760),
2018 year was 61.5 % GDP, i.e. around: $ 25,479 450,000 (PLN 109,052,046 thousand). To pay it back, each citizen would have to give about $ 3,581 (PLN 15,328).

8. Foreign debt at the beginning of …
2015 was around: $ 36,090,000,000 ,
2018 year is around: $ 29 598 000 000 .

9. This country has 2018 over $13,199,000,000 in foreign exchange reserves (0.11% of foreign exchange reserves of all countries of the world).

10. Serbia has 19,500 kg of gold reserves (2018).


Law in Serbia

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1. The built-up speed limit is 50 km / h.

2. In addition to built-up areas, the permitted speed on an ordinary road is 80 km / h, and on highways from 100 to 120 km / h.

3. The permissible blood alcohol content of a person driving a car is 0.3 per mille.

4. Retired women can go at the age of 60, and men at the age of 65.

5. In this country, the amount of income tax for individuals is 15%, and for companies 15% (2018).

6. The tax on goods and services is 20% (2018).

7. In this country, men and women can get married at the age of 18.


Education in Serbia

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1. In this country, compulsory education lasts 8 years.

2. The beginning of education begins at the age of 7.

3. The average IQ level is 89.

4. In this country there are 1.9% of people above 15 years of age who can not read or write (approximately 135 173 people).


Work in Serbia

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1. The minimum wage is 121 dinars per hand per working hour (data from 2015).

2. In 2018, the average monthly salary in this country is 50 380 Дин.

3. The amount of income tax in Serbia is 15%.

4. Retired women can go at the age of 60, and men at the age of 65.

5. The unemployment rate in 2018 is 14.8% .

6. In this country, the amount of income tax for individuals is 15%, and for companies 15% (2018).

7. The work week is 40 hours.


Best in Serbia

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1. Zasavica reserve produces the most expensive cheese in the world called Pule, obtained from the milk of Balkan donkeys. You have to pay over $1000 per kilogram.

2. The lowest situated place in the country is the Timok River – 35 m above sea level.

3. The most deadly disease in this country is heart failure.

4. Serbia is the largest exporter of raspberries, one third of all sold in the world.

5. Danube is the longest river.

6. The highest peak is Djeravica 2 656 m above sea level.

7. Nova Varoš is the highest located town in the country.

8. The lowest temperature: -39.5 °C was measured in Karajukica Bunari.

9. The highest temperature: 44.9 °C was measured in Podunavlje.

10. Belgrade is the oldest capital in Europe. There are already over 7,000 years.


Army in Serbia

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1. Position in the list of the best armies of the world:
2015 year – 59 place,
2018 > year – 77 place.

2. Number of soldiers:
2014 year – 52,000 professional and 170,000 reservists,
2018 year – 40 070 professional and 50 000 reservists.

3. Number of equipment:
2014 year – 210 tanks, 720 > armored vehicles, 165 jet aircraft and 88 helicopters,
2018 year – 805 tanks, 575 armored vehicles, 104 jet aircraft and 40 helicopters.

4. Army expenditure:
2014 year – $ 830,000,000 (PLN 3,552,400,000),
2018 year – $ 830,000,000 (PLN 3,552,400,000).

5. The naval fleet …
– in 2014 there were about 30 ships, in 2018 it was about < strong style = "color: green;"> 30 ships.


Society in Serbia

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1. In Serbia, an average person consumes about 12.6 liters of pure alcohol per year.

2. The most beer is beer – 51%, then spirit – 25%, and wine – 24%.

3. In 2014, 689 people lost their lives as a result of road accidents.

4. Retired women can go at the age of 60, and men at the age of 65.

5. 1.6% of the population live on less than 3 $a day.

6. The average IQ level is 89.

7. In Belgrade, after dark people go out to the streets, sit in cafes, on benches, and even on curbs and talk until late hours.

8. 25% of adults living in this country are overweight.

9. In this country, women having their first child on average 27.5 years old.

10. On average, a woman gives birth to 1.4 children.

11. In this country, over 4,705,000 (2015) 6 325 816 (2018) people have access to internet (around 89% of the population).

12. About 3,600,000 (2015) 3,400,000 (2018) accounts on Facebook.

13. The population density is 82 people / km².

14. The main religion is Orthodoxy.

15. The average age of people living in this country is 42.1 years.

16. In this country there are approximately:
1 049 000 people (14.74%) in the age range 0-14 years.
4,812,000 people (67.64%) in the age range 15-64 years.
1,253,600 people (17.62%) over 65 years old.

17. In this country, about 64 600 children are born annually (0.9% of the population), and about 97 200 people die (1.4% of the population).

18. 582 people in 1000 possess firearms.

19. In this country an adult person smokes an average of 244 cigarettes a month.

20. The average life expectancy in this country is 74 years (women – 76.3 years and men – 71.7 years).


Symbols of Serbia

1. National alcohol is Rakija and Vaniak.

2. The national tree is oak and Serbian spruce.

3. National animals are a wolf, a bird, a rye and a lynx.

4. The national fruit is the plum tree.

5. Motto of the country – “Only ear unity of Serbs”.


Customs in Serbia

1. In Belgrade, after dark people go out to the streets, sit in cafes, on benches, and even on curbs and talk until late hours.


History of Serbia

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1. This country was created after the break up of Serbia and Montenegro in June 5, 2006.

2. Belgrade is the oldest capital in Europe. There are already over 7,000 years.


Answers

What is the highest peak in Serbia?

The highest peak in Serbia is Midżur (2169 m above sea level).

answer: Marta


What is the largest river in Serbia?

The Danube is the largest river in Serbia.

answer: Marta


What Serbia has national colors?

National colors: red, blue and white.

answer: Marta


What is national alcohol?

The national alcohol is Rakija and Vinjak.

answer: Marta / poprawka: Aska


What is the national sport?

The national sport is Banatske Šore.

answer: Marta


Which countries borders Serbia?

Serbia borders with such countries as: Bosnia and Herzegovina 302 km, Bulgaria 318 km, Croatia 241 km, Hungary 151 km, Kosovo 352 km, Macedonia 62 km, Montenegro 124 km, Romania 476 km.

answer: Marta


What is the average age of people living in this country?

The average age of people living in this country is 42.1 years.

answer: Marta


What is the minimum wage?

The minimum wage is 121 dinars per hand per working hour (data from 2015).

answer: Marta


What is the population density in Serbia?

The population density is 81 people per km2.

answer: Marta


What is the motto of this country?

Motto of the country – “Only ear unity of Serbs”.

answer: Marta


What is the highest temperature recorded in this country?

The highest temperature: 44.9 ° C was measured in Podunavlje.

answer: Marta


What is the lowest temperature recorded in this country?

The lowest temperature: -39.5 ° C was measured in Karajukica Bunari.

answer: Marta


With how many years can you legally buy alcohol?

In this country, alcohol can be bought at the age of 18.

answer: Marta