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Бела Крајина – српска аутохтона оаза у Словенији
Bela Krajina – Serbian Indigenous Oasis in Slovenia

Author(s): Irena Medar-Tanjga
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Geography, Regional studies, Human Geography, Regional Geography, Culture and social structure , Demography and human biology
Published by: Географски факултет, Универзитет у Београду
Keywords: Bela Krajina;Slovenia;Serbs;ethnic composition;language;religion;

Summary/Abstract: Serbs in Slovenia are an indigenous community that has raised their habitat in Bela Krajina in the 16th Ages. As centuries have passed, number of native Serbs in Slovenia declined and in the last, 2002 census total number of Bela Krajina Serbs barely exceeded one hundred members. The paper describes how did four Serbian villages in Bela Krajina incurred (Milici, Paunovici, Marindol and Bojanci) as well as ethnic composition, language and religion of the Serbian population oasis in the municipality Crnomelj.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 9
  • Page Range: 201-220
  • Page Count: 20
  • Language: Serbian