Sjeverin


Sjeverin
Sjeverin
Сјеверин
Administration
Pays Drapeau de Serbie Serbie
Province Serbie centrale
Région Stari Vlah
District Zlabibor
Municipalité Priboj
Géographie
Coordonnées 43° 35′ 24″ Nord
       19° 22′ 44″ Est
/ 43.5900, 19.3789
Altitude 447 m
Démographie
Population 337 hab. (2002)
Localisation
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Sjeverin

Sjeverin (en serbe cyrillique : Сјеверин) est un village de Serbie situé dans la municipalité de Priboj, district de Zlatibor. En 2002, il comptait 337 habitants[1], dont une majorité de Serbes.

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Démographie

Évolution historique de la population

Évolution démographique
1948 1953 1961 1971 1981 1991 2002
240 253 304 360 424 572 337[1]

Répartition de la population (2002)

Nationalité Nombre %
Serbes 244 72,40
Bosniaques 63 18,69
Musulmans 25 7,41
Monténégrins 1 0,29
Inconnus/Autres[2]

Notes et références

  1. a et b (sr) Livre 9, Population, analyse comparative de la population en 1948, 1953, 1961, 1971, 1981, 1991 et 2002, données par localités, Institut de statistique de la République de Serbie, Belgrade, mai 2004 (ISBN 86-84433-14-9)
  2. (sr) Livre 1, Population, origine nationale ou ethnique, données par localités, Institut de statistique de la République de Serbie, Belgrade, février 2003 (ISBN 86-84433-00-9)

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