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File:Census 2002 Serbia, ethnic map (by localities).png


  • English: Ethnic map of Serbia - census 2002 - data by settlements.
  • Serbian: Etnička mapa Srbije - popis iz 2002 - podaci po naseljima.

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author of the map is user Варја (Varjačić Vladimir) from Serbian Wikipedia, file was moved from Serbian Wikipedia to Wikimedia Commons by user PANONIAN (User:PANONIAN is not author of this map).

original source file:Слика:Census_2002_Serbia,_ethnic_map_(by_localities).png

author of the map:Корисник:Варја

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  • Popis stanovništva, domaćinstava i stanova u 2002, Stanovništvo, knjiga 1, Nacionalna ili etnička pripadnost - podaci po naseljima, Republika Srbija, Republički zavod za statistiku, Beograd, februar 2003.
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