Vojvodina

autonomous province in Serbia. It is the northernmost part of Serbia, bordered by Croatia to the west, Hungary to the north, and Romania to the east. ... [6 related articles]
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Vojvodina

[disambiguation] Vojvodina is an autonomous province in Serbia. Vojvodina may also refer to: ==In history== ==In sport== ==In politics== ==In tourism== ...
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Vojvodina

Vojvodina or Voivodina (both: voi"vōdē'nä) , province (1991 pop. 2,013,889), 8,301 sq mi (21,500 sq km), N Serbia. Novi Sad is the chief city. A part of the Pannonian Plain, it is watered by the Danube, the Tisza, and the Sava rivers and is one of the most densely populated ...
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Vojvodina

Autonomous province in northern Serbia, area 21,500 sq km/8,299 sq mi; population (2002) 2,032,000, including 1,110,000 Serbs and 390,000 Hungarians, as well as Croat, Slovak, Romanian, and Ukrainian minorities. Its capital is Novi Sad. In September 1990 Serbia effectively stripped Vojvodina of its autonomous status, causing antigovernment ...
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Vojvodina

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