Ethnic groups: Montenegrin 45%, Serbian 28.7%, Bosniak 8.7%, Albanian 4.9%, Muslim 3.3%, Romani 1%, Croat 1%, other 2.6%, unspecified 4.9% (2011 est.)
What ethnicity lives in Montenegro?
Montenegro is a very ethnically diverse country and it recognizes several ethnic groups. Major ethnic groups include Montenegrins (45%), Serbs (29%), Bosniaks (8.6%), Albanians (4.9%), Roma (1%), Croats (1%), Serbo-Montenegrins (0.3%), Egyptians (0.3%), and Montenegrins-Serbs (0.3%).
What kind of people are in Montenegro?
|Montenegro Crna Gora (Montenegrin) Црна Гора (Montenegrin)|
|Ethnic groups (2011)||45.0% Montenegrins 28.7% Serbs 8.6% Bosniaks 4.9% Albanians 12.7% Others|
|Religion (2011)||75.93% Christianity —72.07% Eastern Orthodoxy —3.86% Other Christian 19.21% Islam 3.31% No religion 1.55% Others|
How many ethnic Albanians live in Montenegro?
Albanians in Montenegro
|30,439 Ethnic Albanians 4.91% of Montenegro population (2011) 32,671 Albanian speakers 5.27% of Montenegro population (2011)|
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What percentage of Montenegro is orthodox?
According to the 2011 Census structure of Montenegrin population by religion consists of 72.00% of Orthodox, 15.97% of Islamic, 3.43% of Catholics, 3.14% of Muslim religion and others (agnostics, adventists, protestants, etc.).
What race are Serbs?
Serbs (Serbian Cyrillic: Срби, romanized: Srbi, pronounced [sr̩̂bi]) are a South Slavic ethnic group and nation, native to the Balkans in Southeastern Europe. The majority of Serbs live in their nation state of Serbia, as well as in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, and Kosovo.
Is Montenegro Serbian?
Montenegro is a parliamentary republic that gained full independence from Serbia in June 2006, following a referendum in May in which just over the required 55 percent of Montenegrins voted to secede from the federation. In 2007 Montenegro’s parliament adopted the country’s first constitution.
What’s Montenegro famous for?
Here are 11 things you never knew about Montenegro.
- Land of the black mountain.
- There are 117 beaches in Montenegro.
- It’s a bird-watcher’s paradise.
- It has its own set of commandments.
- Kotor’s St Tryphon Cathedral was supposed to be in Dubrovnik.
- Brad Pitt’s first movie role was filmed in Kotor.
- It breeds criminal genius.
What is Montenegrin descent?
This category includes articles on people who (or whose ancestors) emigrated from Montenegro to other countries. For the opposite, see Category:Montenegrin people by ethnic or national origin.
Is Montenegro Orthodox?
It is the largest Christian denomination in the country. According to the latest census of 2011, 446,858 citizens of Montenegro (72.07%) registered as Eastern Orthodox Christians. The majority of Eastern Orthodox people in Montenegro are adherents of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
What type of government is Montenegro?
The Politics of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Politika Crne Gore / Политика Црне Горе) takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic, whereby the Prime Minister of Montenegro is the head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government.
What religion is in Moldova?
Orthodox Christianity is the dominant religion with 96% of the population claiming membership in either of two Orthodox denominations, Moldovan (88%) or Bessarabian(8%).