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Serbs in Italy

Serbs in Italy
Serbi in Italia
Срби у Италији / Srbi u Italiji


Saint Spyridon Church, Trieste
Famous Serbs

Total population
~106.498
Regions with significant populations
Rome, Trieste, Arzignano
Religion
Serbian Orthodox Church
Related ethnic groups
South Slavs

Italian Serbs (Serbs of Italy, Italian: Serbi in Italia) number around 106.498 in the territory of Italy.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Demographics 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

History

According to Graziadio Isaia Ascoli, the 19th century writer Giovanni de Rubertis considered the Schiavoni (Slavs) or Dalmati (Dalmatians) of Molise in Italy to be Serbs that were brought there by Skanderbeg during his Italian expedition in 1460—1462 along with the Albanians.[2]

In 1497 Italian court poet Rogeri de Pacienza di Nardo wrote about a group of Serbian refugees who left the Despotate of Đurađ Branković to settle in the village of Gioia del Colle near Bari, Italy. He describes how they sang and danced the kolo (dance) in honour of the Queen of Naples, Isabella del Balzo. The names of the singers that Pacienza wrote down are common Serbian names.[3]

In 1782 the first Serbian school opened in Trieste, and in the 19th century the Serbian Orthodox "Saint Spyridon church" in Trieste was built near the Ponte Rosso square.[4]

Demographics

Some 40,000 Serbs live in northern Italy. In Arzignano there are non-autochthonous thousands of Serbs from all over former Yugoslavia.[5] In Trieste, 10,000-15,000 Serbs live in the city.[6]

See also

External links

  • European Development centre (Serbian Diaspora in Italy)
  • Mihajlović, Miodrag (March 1998), ]Serbian settlements in Southern Italy — Schiavoni and their spring fairiesСрпска насеља на југу Италије — Скавуни и њихове изворске виле [, Srpsko Nasleđe, Istorijske sveske (in Serbian) 3, Belgrade: Preduzeće za novinsko izdavačku delatnost glas,  

References

  1. ^ "Statistiche demografiche ISTAT". Demo.istat.it. Retrieved 2014-10-03. 
  2. ^  
  3. ^ Mundal, Else; Wellendorf, Jonas, eds. (2008). Oral Art Forms and Their Passage Into Writing. Museum Tusculanum Press. p. 98.  
  4. ^ Sve Vesti, Udruzenje Srba "Vuk Karadzic" najstarija u Italiji
  5. ^ RTS.rs, Srbi u severnoj Italiji
  6. ^ "Rete Civica Trieste". Retrieved 12 May 2012. 
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