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102,173 km² (39,449 miles²) - 10,544,00 people
Land boundaries: 2,246 km

Albania 287 km, Bosnia and Herzegovina 527 km, Bulgaria 318 km,
Croatia (north) 241 km, Croatia (south) 25 km,
Hungary 151 km, Macedonia 221 km, Romania 476 km
Coastline: 199 km
Country Code +38I
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phone system
Numbering Plan of Serbia and Montenegro
local and national
national prefix 0
+ 2 - 3 digit
areacode - or --
+ 5 - 7 digit
restnumber --- ---
to --- ----

(all together from 7 to 9 digits)
(in 2003 Serbia
& Montenegro had
2,6 million Land Lines)
mobils
mobile prefix:
6
7 - 8 digit restnumber
-- -- -- -
to ---- ----
(in 2003 Serbia
& Montenegro had
3.6 million Mobile Lines)

International Calls
international prefix
00 (ex99)
example:
calling from Serbia
to France
+33 I 422I IIII  Phonebook of the World
00 33 I 422I IIII
II rue des IIaIIes
PAR
IS Ier


Serbia's phonesystem
is regulated by Ministarstvo saobracaja telekomunikacija


calling
to Serbia & Montenegro
from USA  0II 38I

from
Europe/most Countries  00 38I
(country code 381
replaced 38 in Oct 1993)


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Srbija i Crna Gora
Serbia
flag of Serbia
before
I992 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
I945 Socialist Republic
I929 Yugoslavia
I9I8 Kingdom of Serbes Croats and Slovenes
capital:
Belgrade

head of State and
head of Government:
President

Government

view from the Royal Palace
national holiday:
Independance Day 27 April


economy

GNP $ 26.27 billion (2004)
GNP/person $ 2,400 (2004)
currency: Yugoslav Dinar (YUM)
and Euro (EUR)

65 ALL = I $ US (2002)

geography
Daravica 2656m, highest mountain of Serbia
Daravica 2,656 m


access to 7 neigbour countries
west:
Phonebook of Croatia.com

Phonebook of Bosnia and Herzegovina.com
north:
Phonebook of Hungary.com

east:
Phonebook of Romania.com

Phonebook of Bulgaria.com
south:
Phonebook of Macedonia.com

Phonebook of Albania.com
Adriatic Sea
 
 

Phonebook of Belgrade.com (+381 11) - Belgrade, capital and largest city of Serbia

Phonebook of Novi Sad.com (+381 21) - Novi Sad, 2nd largest city of Serbia

Phonebook of Nis.com (+381 18) - Nis, 3rd largest city of Serbia

some local phone codes:

Belgrade
(+38I II)
Nis (+380 I8) - Kragujevac (+38I 34) - Novi Sad (+38I 2I)
Subotica (+38I 24) - Potgorica (+38I 8I)
Urosevac (+38I 290)



   
     


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