Concept

Slovaks in Serbia

Summary
According to the 2022 census, Slovaks (Slovaci) in Serbia number 41,730, constituting 0.63% of the country's population. They mainly live in Vojvodina (39,807), where they constitute the third largest ethnic group after Serbs and Hungarians. Like other ethnic Slovaks, they speak the Slovak language, but most of them are Protestant (Evangelical-Augsburg Church, a Lutheran Protestant denomination) by faith and not Roman Catholic, unlike most Slovaks in Slovakia. Demographics Most Slovaks live in Kovačica (8,497 Slovaks) and Bački Petrovac (5,773 Slovaks). There are two municipalities in Vojvodina with absolute or relative Slovak majorities: Bački Petrovac (with 66.4% Slovaks) and Kovačica (with 41% Slovaks). The towns of Kovačica and Bački Petrovac are the cultural centres of Slovaks in Vojvodina. Slovak is one of the six official languages of the provincial administration in Vojvodina. The settlements in Vojvodina with absolute or relative Slovak majority are:
  • Bački Pet
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