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Members of a family break the ?esnica at Christmas dinner
A ?esnica (Serbian Cyrillic, Serbian pronunciation: [t:snit?sa]; derived from the noun ?est, meaning "share"), also called Bo?i?na poga?a (Serbian Cyrillic , "Christmas poga?a") is the ceremonial, round loaf of bread that is an indispensable part of Christmas dinner in Serbian tradition. The preparation of this bread may be accompanied by various rules and rituals. A coin is often put into the dough during the kneading; other small objects may also be inserted. At the beginning of Christmas dinner, the ?esnica is rotated three times counterclockwise, before being broken among the family members. The person who finds the coin in his piece of the bread will supposedly be exceptionally lucky in the coming year. The ?esnica was used in folk magic for divining or influencing the amount of crops. (Full article...)

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21 November 2020 - COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia, Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on religion
Mourners pay respects to the former head of the Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch Irinej in Belgrade following his death due to COVID-19. Many mourners did not wear face masks or practice social distancing, and some kissed the glass shield that was covering the patriarch's body despite warnings from the Serbian government and epidemiologists. (AP)

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Population statistics of Serbia (2011 census)
  • Serbia 7,186,862
    • Belgrade region 1,659,440
    • Vojvodina region 1,931,809
    • ?umadija and West Serbia region 2,031,697
    • South and East Serbia region 1,563,916
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Photograph of Nikola Tesla, a slender, moustachioed man with a thin face and pointed chin.
Tesla c. 1896

Nikola Tesla (; Serbian Cyrillic: ; pronounced [n?kola têsla]; 10 July 1856 - 7 January 1943) was a Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system.

Born and raised in the Austrian Empire, Tesla studied engineering and physics in the 1870s without receiving a degree, gaining practical experience in the early 1880s working in telephony and at Continental Edison in the new electric power industry. In 1884 he emigrated to the United States, where he became a naturalized citizen. He worked for a short time at the Edison Machine Works in New York City before he struck out on his own. With the help of partners to finance and market his ideas, Tesla set up laboratories and companies in New York to develop a range of electrical and mechanical devices. His alternating current (AC) induction motor and related polyphase AC patents, licensed by Westinghouse Electric in 1888, earned him a considerable amount of money and became the cornerstone of the polyphase system which that company eventually marketed. (Full article...)

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Belgrade - 1,731,425
Novi Sad - 335,701
Ni? - 257,867
Kragujevac - 177,468
Leskovac - 143,962
Subotica - 140,358
Kru?evac - 127,429
Kraljevo - 124,554
Zrenjanin - 122,714
Pan?evo - 122,252
?abac - 115,347
?a?ak - 114,809
Smederevo - 107,528
Sombor - 97,263
Valjevo - 95,631

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