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Vojvodina

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Војводина - Vojvodina
Vajdaság
Vojvodina
Voivodina
Войводина

Српски Војводина - Аутономна Покрајина Војводина (Vojvodina - Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina)

Војводина (службени назив Аутономна Покрајина Војводина - АПВ) је аутономна покрајина у саставу Републике Србије. Налази се на северу Републике и обухвата површину од 21.506 km² са 2.031.992 (2002) становника (21,6% од укупног становништва Србије). Покрајина се граничи на северу са Мађарском, на истоку са Румунијом, на западу са Хрватском и на југозападу са Босном и Херцеговином (Републиком Српском). Јужна граница Војводине је административна граница према централној Србији, коју већим делом чине реке Дунав и Сава. Главни и највећи град покрајине је Нови Сад, а остали већи градови су Суботица, Зрењанин, Панчево и Сомбор.

Magyar Vajdaság - Vajdaság Autonóm Tartomány

A Vajdaság, teljes nevén Vajdaság Autonóm Tartomány, Szerbia északi, Magyarországgal határos, részben magyarok által lakott területe. Egyike Szerbia két autonóm tartományának (a másik Koszovó). A tartomány etnikai összetétele rendkívül változatos: több mint 25 különböző etnikai csoport teszi ki a régió lakosságának egyharmadát. Nem kevesebb, mint 6 hivatalos nyelve van, tükrözve a terület kulturális és nyelvi sokszínűségét.

Slovenčina Vojvodina - Autonómna Pokrajina Vojvodina

Vojvodina je autonómna, národnostne veľmi rozmanitá oblasť na severe Srbska. Hlavným a zároveň najväčším mestom je Novi Sad, druhým v poradí je Subotica. Rozloha je 21,500 km², počet obyvateľov: 2 031 992, hustota: 94.51/km² (2002). Existuje tu šesť úradných jazykov: srbčina, maďarčina, slovenčina, rumunčina, chorvátčina a rusínčina.

Română Voivodina - Provincia Autonomă Voivodina

Provincia Autonomă Voivodina este o provincie din Serbia.Voivodina mai este denumită şi Banatul sârbesc. Capitala sa, şi totodată cel mai populat oraş, este Novi Sad, al doilea oraş ca mărime fiind Subotica.

Hrvatski Vojvodina - Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina

Punim imenom Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina, sjeverna pokrajina u sastavu Srbije. Definirana je kao multietnička i multikonfesionalna teritorijalna autonomija svih svojih građana. Prostire se na panonskoj nizini, s površinom od 21506 km² na kojoj živi nešto više od dva milijuna stanovnika. Glavni grad je Novi Sad. Zemljopisno je podijeljena na Srijem (sr. Srem), Banat i Bačku, koji su predstavljeni na grbu Vojvodine, kao i na zastavi, a koji su sa svoje strane administrativno podijeljeni u okruge (sjevernobački, južnobački, zapadnobački, sjevernobanatski, srednjebanatski, južnobanatski i sremski okrug).

Руски Воeводина - Aвтономная Область Воеводина[1]
English Vojvodina - Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
The Autonomous Province of Vojvodina is one of the two autonomous provinces in ► Serbia. It is located in the northern part of the country, in the Pannonian plain, bordering to ► Croatia, ► Hungary and ► Romania. Its capital and largest city is Novi Sad, while the second largest city is Subotica. Vojvodina is ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse, with more than 26 ethnic groups and six official languages.

Short name Vojvodina
Official  name Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
Status Autonomous province in ► Serbia
Capital Нови Сад - Novi Sad
Population 2,031,992 inhabitants
Area 21,500 km²
Major  languages Serbian, Hungarian, Slovak, Romanian, Croatian and Rusyn
Major  religions Serbian Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Protestantism
More information Vojvodina, Geography of Vojvodina, History of Vojvodina and Politics of Vojvodina
More  images Vojvodina - Vojvodina (Category).

General maps

Serbia-Vojvodina2.png Vojvodina within Serbia
Map of Serbia (Vojvodina).PNG Vojvodina within Serbia
Serbia Map.png Vojvodina within Serbia
Serbia relief map.png Vojvodina within Serbia
Serbian Provinces.jpg Vojvodina within Serbia
Districts and Municipalities of Serbia.png Vojvodina within Serbia
Vojvodina map02.png Map of Vojvodina
000 Vojvodina harta.PNG Blank map of Vojvodina
Vojvodina flag map02.png Map of Vojvodina with colours from Vojvodinian flag
Vojvodina flag map.png Map of Vojvodina with colours from Vojvodinian flag
M vojvodina02b.png Map of districts of Vojvodina
M vojvodina03 dist.png Map of districts of Vojvodina
Vojvodina districts3.PNG Map of districts of Vojvodina
Vojvodina municipalities map.png Map of the municipalities of Vojvodina
Vojvodina gradovi.png Map of cities and towns in Vojvodina

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Vojvodina, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Vojvodina.

Pannonian sea01.png approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
Pannonian sea03-en.png approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
Pannoniansea currentborders.png approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
Pannonian sea02.png detailed map of the south-eastern part of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
Pannonian sea vojvodina-en.png detailed map of the south-eastern part of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
Neolítico en Europa.png Starčevo culture, 7th-5th millennium BC
Starcevo culture.png Neolithic Starčevo culture (5300-4400 BC)
Vinča culture locator map.svg Vinča culture (6th-5th milennium BC)
European Middle Neolithic.gif Neolithic cultures, 4500-4000 BC
European Late Neolithic.gif Neolithic cultures, 4000-3500 BC
Old Europe.png Neolithic cultures - Vinča and Lengyel cultures, late 4th millennium BC
IE expansion.png Indo-European expansion
Vucedol culture map.png Indo-European Vučedol culture (3000-2400 BC)
Vatin culture.png Vatin culture (16th-13th century BC)
Dubovac zuto brdo culture.png Bronze Age Dubovac-Žuto Brdo culture
Belegis culture.png Bronze Age Belegiš culture
Bosut culture.png Iron Age Bosut culture
Indo Europeans Vojvodina map.png Indo-European peoples in Vojvodina in ancient times
Illyrian tribes-en.png Ethnic territory of the Illyrians and Illyrian tribes (8th-3rd century BC)
Celts 800-400BC.PNG Celtic expansion, 800-400 BC
Scordisci state.png Tribal State of the Scordisci (3rd century BC - 1st century BC) with capital in Singidunum (present-day Belgrade)
Dacia 82 BC.png Dacian Kingdom, under the rule of Burebista, 82 BC
Dacia 82 vChr.png Dacian Kingdom, under the rule of Burebista, 82 BC
Pannonia popolazioni png.png Ancient peoples in Pannonia
Rivolta pannonica 6 jpg.JPG Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in the first century (6 AD)
Rivolta pannonica 7 jpg.jpg Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in the first century (7 AD)
Rivolta pannonica 8 jpg.jpg Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in the first century (8 AD)
Rivolta pannonica 9 jpg.jpg Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in the first century (9 AD)
Pannonia01.png Pannonia, Roman province (1st century)
Pannonia01b.png Pannonia, Roman province (1st century)
Roman cities Vojvodina.png Roman cities and provinces in middle Danube area (2nd century)
Roman provinces of Illyricum, Macedonia, Dacia, Moesia, Pannonia and Thracia.jpg Roman provinces in middle Danube area (2nd century)
Pannonia02.png Pannonia Inferior, Roman province (2nd century)
Pannonia II secolo dC jpg.jpg Pannonia Inferior, Roman province (2nd century)
Tetrarchy map3.jpg Territory of emperor Galerius (whose capital was Sirmium) during the Tetrarchy, 3rd-4th century
Prefecture of Illyricum map.png Prefecture of Illyricum with capital in Sirmium, 318-379 AD
Praetorian Prefectures of the Roman Empire 395 AD.png Prefecture of Illyricum in the 4th century
450s.PNG Prefecture of Illyricum in the 4th century, Gepids and Iazyges
Pannonia03 en.png Pannonia Secunda, Roman province, 4th century
Ancient balkans 4thcentury.png Pannonia Secunda, Roman province, Goths and Iazyges, 4th century
Pannonia secunda.png Pannonia Secunda, Roman province, 4th century
Roman empire 395.jpg Sirmium as part of the Prefecture of Italy, 395 AD
NE 500ad.jpg Kingdom of the Gepids and Kingdom of the Ostrogoths in 500 AD
Europa in 526.png Kingdom of the Ostrogoths and Gepids in 526 AD
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of the Gepids, 6th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of the Gepids, 6th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Kingdom of the Gepids, 6th century
Gepid kingdom 6th century.png Kingdom of the Gepids in the 6th century (539-551)
Byzantine pannonia en.png Byzantine province of Pannonia, 6th century
Slavs Vojvodina01 map.png Slavs in Vojvodina in the 6th century
Bulgarians and Slavs VI-VII century.png Slavs in Vojvodina, 6th-7th century
Serbia ethnic 6 8 century.png Ethnic situation in Vojvodina in the 6th-8th century
Slavs Vojvodina02 map.png Slavs in Vojvodina, 6th-10th century
Origins 700.png Avaro-Slav state, 7th century
South Slavic tribes.png Avaro-Slav state, 7th century
Slav-7-8-obrez.png Slavs in Vojvodina, 7th-8th century
Kuver en.png Territory ruled by Kuver, 7th century
Buta ul.png Lands ruled by Buta-ul, 8th century
Pannonian Slavic Duchy-serb.png Slavic Principality of Lower Pannonia in the 9th century
Great Moravia-eng.png Great Moravia in the 9th century
Great Moravia Puspoki's Theory.jpg Location of Great Moravia (9th century) in the territory of present-day Vojvodina according to the Peter Nagy Puspoki's theory
Territorial expansion during the reign of Khan Krum (803-814).png Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under khan Krum
Territory of the First Bulgarian Empire - 9 th century.png Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under Krum and Omurtag
RizMap08.jpg Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under Presian and Boris
Bulgaria-(893-927)-TsarSimeon-byTodorBozhinov.png Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under tsar Simeon
Bulgarernas land 893-927.PNG Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under tsar Simeon
Bulgarie de Siméon.svg Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under tsar Simeon
Bulgaria-Simeon-I.png Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century under tsar Simeon
Culture of the First Bulgarian Empire.png Culture of the First Bulgarian Empire
Gesta hungarorum map.jpg Duchies of Salan, Glad and Braslav in the 9th century
Salan glad01.png Duchies of Salan and Glad in the 9th century
Salan.png Duchy of Salan in the 9th century
Bijelo brdo culture01.png Basic territory of Bijelo Brdo culture (10th-12th century)
Bulgaria Samuil raster.png Bulgarian Empire in the 10th-11th century under tsar Samuil
Ahtum sermon03 01.png Duchies of Ahtum and Sermon in the 11th century
Balkans925.png Duchy of Ahtum in the 11th century
RizMap11.jpg Patriarchate of Ohrid in 1020
Map Byzantine Empire 1025-fr.svg Byzantine Empire in 1025
Theme of sirmium en.png Theme of Sirmium within Byzantine Empire in 1025
Byzantine Empire Themes 1025-en.svg Theme of Sirmium within Byzantine Empire in 1025
L'impero bizantino nel 1045.jpg Theme of Sirmium within Byzantine Empire in 1045
Serbia religion 1054 01.png Religion map of the territory of present-day Vojvodina in 1054
Bulgaria under Kaloyan.png Bulgarian Empire in the 12th-13th century under Kaloyan
Campaigns of Ivan Assen II.png Bulgarian Empire in the 13th century under Ivan Asen II
Bulgaria-Ivan Asen 2.png Bulgarian Empire in the 13th century under Ivan Asen II
Bulgaria-second half of the 13th century.png Bulgarian Empire in the 13th century under Constantine Tikh
Srem04.png State of Stefan Dragutin and Domain of Ugrin Čak, 13th-14th century
Kingdom of syrmia according to stanoje stanojevic.png State of Stefan Dragutin, 13th-14th century (according to the book of historian Stanoje Stanojević)
Serbian despotate 1455 1459.png Serbian despotate, 1455-1459, including town Kovin in Banat
Despotski posedi.png Possessions of the Serbian despots in Syrmia, Bačka and Banat, 15th-16th century
Serbian empire06 map.png Empire of Jovan Nenad in 1526-1527
Serbia1526.png Empire of Jovan Nenad in 1526-1527 and Duchy of Syrmia of Radoslav Čelnik in 1527-1530
Radoslav celnik01.png Duchy of Syrmia of Radoslav Čelnik in 1527-1530
Ottoman small animation.gif Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Meyers b15 s0924a.jpg Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Ottoman Empire in 1566
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1566.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1566
Ottoman vojvodina01.png Eyalet of Temeşvar, Sanjak of Sirem, Sanjak of Segedin, and Banate of Lugos and Karansebes in 1568-1571
Central europe 1572.png Eyalet of Temeşvar in 1572
Banatski ustanak.png Banat uprising in 1594
Ottoman vojvodina ethnicity religion.png Ethno-religious situation in Vojvodina during Ottoman administration (16th-17th century)
Patriarchate of Peć in the 16th and 17th century.png Serbian Patriarchate of Peć (16th-17th century)
Ottoman Empire 16-17th century.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1600
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1639.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1639
Elayet of temesvar.png Eyalet of Temeşvar, Sanjak of Sirem, and Sanjak of Segedin in the middle of the 17th century
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1672.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1672
Territorial changes of the Ottoman Empire 1683.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1683
ImperioOtomano1683.png Ottoman Empire in 1683
Ottoman 1683.png Ottoman Empire in 1683
OttomanEmpireIn1683.png Ottoman Empire in 1683
Ottoman empire 1481-1683.jpg Ottoman Empire in 1683
Ottoman empire.svg Ottoman Empire in 1683
Central europe 1683.png Eyalet of Temeşvar in 1683
Eyalet of temesvar1699.png Eyalet of Temeşvar, Sanjak of Semendire and Military Frontier in 1699
South slavic vojv map.png South Slavs in Vojvodina, 16th-18th century
Rascia in pannonia 16th 18th century.png Approximate territory that, according to various sources, was ethnographically named Rascia (Raška, Racszag, Ráczország, Ratzenland, Rezenland) between 16th and 18th century
Great serb migration.png Great Serb migration in 1690
Bunjevci migrations.png Bunjevci migration
Sabor u baji 1694 01.png Separate territory for the Serbs with political autonomy within Habsburg Monarchy, demanded at the Serb assembly in Baja in 1694
Backa ethnic map 1715.png Ethnic map of Bačka (1715 census)
Passarowitz 1718.JPG Treaty of Passarowitz in 1718
Tamis banat1718 1739.png Banat of Temeswar and Military Frontier in 1718
Backa ethnic map 1720.png Ethnic map of Bačka (1720 census)
Banat03.png Banat of Temeswar and Military Frontier in 1739
Banatul la 1743.jpg Disctricts and ethnic groups in the Banat of Temeswar in 1743
Tamis banat06.png Banat of Temeswar, Kingdom of Slavonia and Military Frontier in 1745
Tamis banat1751 1778.png Banat of Temeswar, Kingdom of Slavonia and Military Frontier in 1751-1778
New serbia slavo serbia.png Location map of New Serbia (1752-1764) and Slavo-Serbia (1753-1764) in modern-day Ukraine, where Serbs from Vojvodina migrated in the middle of the 18th century
New serbia location map.png Location map of New Serbia (1752-1764)
New serbia map.png Detailed map of New Serbia (1752-1764) with names of the settlements. Many of the settlement names are same as settlement names in Vojvodina
Slavo serbia location map.png Location map of Slavo-Serbia (1753-1764)
Slavo serbia map.png Detailed map of Slavo-Serbia (1753-1764)
Banatul la 1774.jpg Disctricts and ethnic groups in the Banat of Temeswar in 1774
Vojvodina18 19 cen.png Vojvodina, 18th-19th century - Districts of Potisje and Velika Kikinda, Military Frontier sections in Banat, Bačka and Syrmia and Kingdom of Slavonia
District of potisje en.png District of Potisje, 1751-1872
District of velika kikinda en.png District of Velika Kikinda, 1774-1876
Temisvarski sabor 1790 01.png Banat, a separate Serb autonomous oblast - voivodeship, demanded at the Temeschwar assembly in 1790
Vojvodina03.png Serbian Vojvodina in 1848
Serbia and Vojvodina 1848.png Principality of Serbia and Serbian Vojvodina in 1848
Vojvodina front lines 1848 1849.png frontlines in Vojvodina in 1848-1849
Vojvodina map.png Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
Vojvodstvo srbija okruzi 1849 01.png Disctricts of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (1849-1850)
Vojvodstvo srbija okruzi 1850 01.png Disctricts of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (1850-1860)
Serbia02.png Principality of Serbia and Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849
Militargrenze, Wojwodowena und Banat.jpg Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
Wojwodowena und Banat.jpg Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
Vojvodschaft serbien 1853.jpg Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
Serbian Vojvodina and Tamis Banat ru.svg Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
Vojvodina XIX ru.svg Vojvodina in the 19th century - Military Frontier and counties in Banat, Bačka and Syrmia
RizMap22.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1867
RizMap23.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1868
Slaven.jpg Slavs in Vojvodina in 1869
RizMap24.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1876
Ernst-Ravenstein-Balkans-Ethnic-Map-1880.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1880
Vojvodina10.png Counties in Bačka, Banat and Syrmia in 1881-1882
Austro-Ungaria si Romania (harta etnica).jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1892
Dispersal of Slavs as of 1900 (1910 map).jpg Dispersal of Slavs as of 1900
[[|border|251x400px]] Ethnographic map of Slavs (1902-24)
Fed oostenrijk.gif Proposed State of Vojvodina within the proposed United States of Greater Austria in 1906
Greater austria.png Proposed State of Vojvodina within the proposed United States of Greater Austria in 1906
State of vojvodina 1906.png Proposed State of Vojvodina within the proposed United States of Greater Austria in 1906
Magyarization of Vojvodina, 1720-1910.png Magyarization of Vojvodina, 1720-1910
Linguistic map of Vojvodina, 1910.png Linguistic map of Vojvodina, 1910 census
Linguistic map of Vojvodina, Serbia (based on 1910 census).png Ethnic map of Vojvodina, 1910 census
Austria Hungary ethnic.svg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1910
Austria hungary 1911.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1911
Ethnic map (1914).jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1914
[[|border|251x400px]] Lands offered to Serbia by the London agreement in 1915
Romanians before WW1.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1917
Cvijic, Jovan - Breisemeister, William A. - Carte ethnographique de la Péninsule balkanique (pd).jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina, 1918
Hungary cantonized 1918.png Cantonized Hungary with Serb and Bunjevci cantons, proposed by Miksa Strobl in 1918
Banat republic.png Banat Republic in 1918
Banat Republic bgiu.png Banat Republic in 1918
Serbia1918.png Unification of Vojvodina with Serbia in 1918
Serbia1918 1.png Unification of Vojvodina with Serbia in 1918
Banat backa baranja 02 map.png Banat, Bačka and Baranja in 1918
Impartirea Banatului.png Division of Banat in 1919-1923
Yugoslavia map 1920.jpg Banat, Bačka and Baranja in 1920
Banatia.png Republic of Banatia (proposed by Banatian Germans at a Paris Peace Conference in 1920)
Banat backa baranja 01 map.png Banat, Bačka and Baranja in 1920
Vojvodina languages1921.png Language map of Vojvodina, 1921 census
Vojvodina 1922 1929.png Oblasts in Vojvodina, 1922-1929
Vojvodina languages1931.png Language map of Vojvodina, 1931 census
Danube banovina.png Danube Banovina in 1931
Banovine 1929-1939.png Danube Banovina in 1931
[[|border|251x400px]] Danube Banovina in 1931
[[|border|251x400px]] Danube Banovina in 1931
Yugoslavia proposed banovinas 1939 1941.png Proposal for creation of Banovina of Serbia, 1939-1941
South german buffer state 1941.png Proposal for creation of South German Buffer State, 1941
Occupation of vojvodina.png Occupation of Vojvodina, 1941-1944
Fascist occupation of yugoslavia.png Occupation of Vojvodina, 1941-1943
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1941-43.png Occupation of Vojvodina, 1941-1943
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1943-44.png Occupation of Vojvodina, 1943-1944
[[|border|251x400px]] Occupation of Vojvodina, 1941-1944
Serbia1941 1944.png Serbia and Banat, 1941-1944
Danube banovina1941.png Danube Banovina, 1941
Serbia1941 banovine en.png Danube Banovina, 1941
Serbia 1941 44 Map01.png Serbia and Banat, 1941-1944
Partizanski srem01.png Liberated partisan territory in Syrmia in the end of 1942
Fascist genocide in yugoslavia.png Fascist genocide in Vojvodina in WW2
Fascist concentration camps in yugoslavia.png Fascist concentration camps in Vojvodina in WW2
Madjarska okupacija Backe i Baranje, 1941-1944.png Hungarian occupation of Bačka and Baranja, 1941-1944
Racija1942 01.png Map of places affected by the raid in January 1942 in southern Bačka, in which Hungarian occupational forces killed 3,809 civilians mostly of Serb, Jewish and Roma ethnicity (according to historian Zvonimir Golubović)
Yugoslavia moljevic1941 en.png Greater Serbia in Greater Yugoslavia, proposed by Stevan Moljević in 1941
Serbia moljevic1941 en.png Greater Serbia, proposed by Stevan Moljević in 1941
Svesrbija en.png SveSrbija ("All Serbia"), an enlarged Serbia proposed by Milan Nedić in 1943
Vojvodina 1944 1945 01.png Vojvodina from October 1944 to April 1945 - territory of Military Administration in Banat, Bačka and Baranja and Syrmian frontline
SAP Vojvodina.png SAP Vojvodina as part of SFRJ
Former Yugoslavia Map.png SAP Vojvodina as part of SFRJ
Jugo kort.jpg SAP Vojvodina as part of SFRJ
Jugoslavia-kart.png SAP Vojvodina as part of SFRJ
Republiken Jugoslawiens 1945-1991.png SAP Vojvodina as part of SFRJ
Medjuopstinske regionalne zajednice Socijalisticke Republike Srbije.png SAP Vojvodina within SR Serbia
Scg02.png Vojvodina as part of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
Balkans05.png Central Balkans in 1998.
Balkans2010.png Central Balkans in 2010 (de facto situation). Note: Serbia does not recognizing Independence of Kosovo.

Ethnic, linguistic and religion maps

Ethnic maps

Yugoslav ethnic map 2.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1981
Yugoslavia ethnic map.jpg Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1991
Bevoelkerungsgruppen-Jugoslawien.png Ethnic map of Vojvodina in 1991
Vojvodina ethnic2002.jpg Ethnic map in 2002
Vojvodina ethnic2002.png Ethnic map in 2002
Serbia ethnic02.png Ethnic map in 2002
Vojvodina ethnic2011.png Ethnic map in 2011
Serbia ethnic 2011 01.png Ethnic map in 2011
Serbia ethnic 2011 02.png Ethnic map in 2011
Serbs in vojvodina map.png Serbs in Vojvodina in 2002
Vojvodina ethnic2011 serbs.png Serbs in Vojvodina in 2011
Hungarians in vojvodina2002.png Hungarians in Vojvodina in 2002
Vojvodina ethnic2011 hungarians.png Hungarians in Vojvodina in 2011
Vojvodina west east slavs.png Slovaks, Rusyns and Czechs in Vojvodina (2002)
Vojvodina south slavs.png Montenegrins, Bunjevci and Croats in Vojvodina (2002)

Linguistic maps

Vojvodina languages2002.png Languages of Vojvodina (as of 2002)
Vojvodina languages2011.png Languages of Vojvodina (as of 2011)
Vojvodina serbian map.png Official usage of Serbian language and its scripts in Vojvodina (as of 2003)
Vojvodina hungarian map.png Official usage of Hungarian language in Vojvodina (as of 2003)
Vojvodina slovak map.png Official usage of Slovak language in Vojvodina (as of 2003)
Vojvodina romanian map.png Official usage of Romanian language in Vojvodina (as of 2003)
Vojvodina rusyn croatian czech map.png Official usage of Rusyn, Croatian, and Czech language in Vojvodina (as of 2003)
Serbo croatian language2005.png Serbo-Croatian language in Vojvodina (as of 2005)
Serbo croatian languages2006.png Serbian language in Vojvodina (as of 2006)
Serbo croatian languages2006 02.png Serbian language in Vojvodina (as of 2006)
Serbo croatian dialects historical distribution.png Historical distribution of Serbo-Croatian dialects (before 16th century migrations)
[[|border|251x400px]] Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Vojvodina
Shtokavian subdialects1988.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Vojvodina
Shtokavian Subdialect en.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Vojvodina
[[|border|251x400px]] Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Vojvodina
Serbo-Croatian dialects.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Vojvodina

Religion maps

Vojvodina religion2002 map.png Religion in Vojvodina (2002)
Vojvodina religion2011.png Religion in Vojvodina (2011)
Vojvodina manastiri.png Eparchies and monasteries of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Vojvodina
Eparchies of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Serbia (as of 2006).png Eparchies of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Vojvodina
Eparhije-SPC.JPG Eparchies of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Vojvodina
Епархије-2.jpg Eparchies of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Vojvodina
Епархије-3.jpg Eparchies of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Vojvodina
Orthodox churches in Vojvodina, built between 1989 and 2007.png New Orthodox churches in Vojvodina
Catholic Church Serbia.PNG Organization of the Catholic Church in Vojvodina
Muftijstva srbije mapa.png Muftiship of Novi Sad for Vojvodina of the Islamic Community in Serbia

Regional maps

Backa.png Map of Bačka region
Backa ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of Bačka region
Banat05.png Map of Banat region
Banat ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of Banat region
Syrmia.png Map of Srem region
Srem (Sirmium).JPG Map of Srem region
Šajkaška.png Map of Šajkaška region
Macva03 map.png Map of Mačva region
Northern macva03 map.png Map of Mačva region

District maps

West backa.png West Bačka district
ZapadnoBacki district.gif West Bačka district
West backa ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of West Bačka district
North backa.png North Bačka district
SevernoBacki district.gif North Bačka district
North backa ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of North Bačka district
South backa02.png South Bačka district
JuznoBacki district.gif South Bačka district
South backa ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of South Bačka district
Srem02.png Srem district
Sremski district.gif Srem district
Srem ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of Srem district
North banat02.png North Banat district
SevernoBanatski district.gif North Banat district
North banat ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of North Banat district
Central banat.png Central Banat district
SrednjeBanatski district.gif Central Banat district
Central banat ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of Central Banat district
South banat.png South Banat district
JuznoBanatski district.gif South Banat district
South banat ethnic2002.png Ethnic map of South Banat district

Municipality maps

City maps

Old maps

Tabula hungariae.jpg Old map from 1528 showing settlement named Bistritz (Bistrica) in the territory of present-day Novi Sad
Bistrica novi sad 16th century.JPG Old map from the 16th century showing settlement named Bistritz (Bistrica) in the territory of present-day Novi Sad
Rasciani Banat.JPG Old map of Banat from 1568 with the name Rasciani
Rascia Banat01.jpg Old map from 1590 in which name Rascia is located in Banat
Rascia Banat02.jpg Old map from first half of the 17th century in which name Rascia is located in Banat
Blaeu 1645 - Walachia Servia Bulgaria Romania.jpg Old map from 1645 in which name Rascia is located in Banat
Rascia01.jpg Old map from 1661 in which name Rascia is located in Banat and Srem
Ratzen stadt 18thcentury.jpg Old map of Novi Sad (Ratzen Stadt) with surroundings (beginning of the 18th century)
Ratzenstatt and almas 1716 17.jpg Old map of Novi Sad (Ratzenstatt) with surroundings (including Almaš village) in 1716-1717
Ratzen Stadt01.jpg Old map of Novi Sad (Ratzen Stadt) from 1745
Novi sad map 1745.jpg Old map of Novi Sad from 1745
Novi sad map 1805.jpg Old map of Novi Sad from 1805
Novi sad map 1845.jpg Old map of Novi Sad from 1845

Regional cooperation maps

Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisa Euroregion map.png Vojvodina as part of Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisa Euroregion, 1997-2004
DKMTEuroregion.png Vojvodina as part of Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisa Euroregion, 1997-2004
Dkmt2004.png Vojvodina as part of Danube-Kris-Mures-Tisa Euroregion, since 2004

Political maps

Vojvodina politics map.png Local elections in Vojvodina in 2004
Vojvodina politics03.png Local elections in Vojvodina in 2008
Vojvodina politics2012.png Local elections in Vojvodina in 2012
Serbia lsv.png Republic of Vojvodina, proposed by the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina
Hungarian Regional Autonomy02 map.png Hungarian Regional Autonomy, proposed by the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians

Notes and references

General remarks:

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  1. Romanization: Vojvodina - Avtonomna Pokraïna Vojvodina.

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