Official name: The Republic of Serbia. It contains two autonomous provinces: Vojvodina and Kosovo-Metohija.
Area: 88,361 km²
Climate: Temperate continental climate, with a gradual transition between the four seasons of the year .
Population: 7,498.001 (the latest 2002. census, excluding Kosovo-Metohija)
Language: The official language is Serbian and the script in official use is Cyrillic, while Latin script is also used. In the areas inhabited by ethnic minorities, the languages and scripts of the minorities are in official use, as provided by law.
Capital: Belgrade (Beograd), with a population of 1,6 millions, is the administrative, economic and cultural centre of Serbia.
Religion: The main religion in Serbia is Christian Ortodox. There are also other religious communities in Serbia: Islamic, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and other.
Government: Democratic republic. The president and the parliament are elected every four years in general elections. Current president of Serbia is Boris Tadic.
Time: GMT + 1
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