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Stolipinovo district, in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, is one of the largest Roma communities in Europe.
Stolipinovo district, in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, is one of the largest Roma communities in Europe.

This is an incomplete list of settlements with significant (plurality or majority) ethnic Roma population.

Europe

Central and Eastern Europe

Bosnia and Herzegovina[1]

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Kiseljak village Bosnia and Herzegovina Tuzla, Tuzla 917 327 35.66%
Ušanovići village Bosnia and Herzegovina Goražde, Bosnian-Podrinje Canton Goražde 41 29 70.73%
Staro Selo village Bosnia and Herzegovina Kalesija, Tuzla 22 19 86.36%

Bulgaria

There are many Roma neighborhoods in Bulgarian cities, such as Plovdiv.[3]

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Stolipinovo neighborhood Bulgaria Plovdiv 55,000 The largest Roma community in the Balkans
Fakulteta neighborhood Bulgaria Sofia 45,000
Tokaito neighborhood Bulgaria Pazardzhik 30,000
Nadezhda neighborhood Bulgaria Sliven 20,000 ~100%
Maksuda neighborhood Bulgaria Varna 10,000 ~100%
Sheker neighborhood Bulgaria Plovdiv 10,000 ~100%
Hristo Botev neighborhood Bulgaria Sofia 10,000 Its population is mixed Bulgarians and Roma
Shesti neighborhood Bulgaria Nova Zagora 10,000
Probuda neighborhood Bulgaria Burgas 7,277 The majority of today's population is Roma
Karmen neighborhood Bulgaria Kazanlak 7,000
Lozenets neighborhood Bulgaria Stara Zagora 5,000
Filipovtsi neighborhood

gypsy part

Bulgaria Sofia 4,659 ~100%
Gradets village Bulgaria Kotel, Sliven 3,759 2,970 79.01% Gradets is probably the largest Roma village in the world
Bukovlak village Bulgaria Pleven, Pleven 3,620 2,052 56.69% Second largest Roma village in Bulgaria
Varbitsa town Bulgaria Varbitsa, Shumen 3,325 1,841 55.37% Varbitsa is the only town (urban settlement) in Bulgaria with a Roma majority
Dolni Tsibar village Bulgaria Valchedram, Montana 1,586 1,216 76.67% This village has a very young age structure and a growing population while other nearby villages are ageing and depopulating very fast
L. Karavelovo village Bulgaria Aksakovo, Varna 1,539 1,065 69.20%
Seliminovo village Bulgaria Sliven, Sliven 1,481 819 55.30%
Svoboda gypsy part Bulgaria Maglizh 800 800 ~100%
Svoboda village BulgariaChirpan, Stara Zagora 1,131 688 60.83%
Dzhurovo village Bulgaria Pravets, Sofia 1,112 681 61.24%
Sredets village Bulgaria Kaynardzha, Silistra 1,370 679 49.56% Roma constitute the largest ethnic group in this village
Gradinarovo village Bulgaria Provadia, Varna 807 635 78.69%
Zimnitsa village Bulgaria Maglizh, Stara Zagora 838 592 70.64%
Sindel village Bulgaria Avren, Varna 1,054 592 56.17%
Sotirya village Bulgaria Sliven, Sliven 2,096 577 (out of 1,070 respondents). 53.93% more than thousand people did not state their ethnicity during the 2011 Census
Vardun village Bulgaria Targovishte, Targovishte 890 572 64.27%
Izvorsko village Bulgaria Aksakovo, Varna 773 518 67.01%
Maysko village Bulgaria Elena, Veliko Tarnovo 783 494 63.09%
Disevitsa village Bulgaria Pleven, Pleven 874 472 54,00%
Belomortsi village Bulgaria Omurtag, Targovishte 866 451 (out of 548 respondents) 82.30% More than 300 inhabitants did not answer the optional question on their ethnicity. 451 out of 548 declared to be part of the Romani minority in Bulgaria
Snezhina village Bulgaria Provadia, Varna 616 448 72.73%
Belo Pole village Bulgaria Ruzhintsi, Vidin 744 390 52.42%
Tsarkvitsa village Bulgaria Nikola Kozlevo, Shumen 617 378 61.26%
Dinevo village Bulgaria Haskovo, Haskovo 719 373 51.88%
Velichkovo village Bulgaria Dalgopol, Varna 560 372 66.43%
Cherna village Bulgaria Dobrichka, Dobrich 532 364 68.42%
Cherkovna village Bulgaria Dulovo, Silistra 578 364 62.98%
Prisad village Bulgaria General Toshevo, Dobrich 425 340 80.80%
Lozenets village Bulgaria Straldzha, Yambol 616 327 53.08%
Ostrets village Bulgaria Targovishte, Targovishte 435 326 74.94%
Chintulovo village Bulgaria Sliven, Sliven 1,297 322 (out of 616 respondents). 52.27% nearly 700 people did not state their ethnicity during the 2011 Census
Zlatna Niva village Bulgaria Kaspichan, Shumen 618 321 51.94%
Golyam Izvor village Bulgaria Stambolovo, Haskovo 389 308 79.18%
Kriva Reka village Bulgaria Nikola Kozlevo, Shumen 495 289 58.38%
Buynovo village Bulgaria Targovishte, Targovishte 465 284 61.08%
Izvorovo village Bulgaria Antonovo, Targovishte 409 268 65.53%
Bryagovo village Bulgaria Haskovo, Haskovo 462 251 54.33%
Glufishevo village Bulgaria Sliven, Sliven 699 244 (out of 548 respondents). 44.53% more than 150 people did not state their ethnicity
Altsek village Bulgaria Dobrichka,Dobrich 328 241 73.48%
Bolyarski Izvor village Bulgaria Haskovo, Haskovo 298 226 75.84%
Aprilovo village Bulgaria Popovo, Targovishte 397 222 55.92%
Esenitsa village Bulgaria Valchi Dol, Varna 364 212 58.24%
Bistra village Bulgaria Alfatar, Silistra 381 212 55.6%
Dragomazh village Bulgaria Isperih, Razgrad 375 200 53.3%
Probuda village Bulgaria Targovishte, Targovishte 414 195 47.10%
Lyaskovo village Bulgaria Dobrichka, Dobrich 302 176 58.28%
Medovnitsa village Bulgaria Dimovo, Vidin 288 168 58.33%
Orlintsi village Bulgaria Sredets, Burgas 315 167 53.02%
Vasilevo village Bulgaria General Toshevo, Dobrich 347 165 47.55%
Moravitsa village Bulgaria Antonovo, Targovishte 192 161 83.85%
Gabar village Bulgaria Sozopol, Burgas 275 140 50.91%
Sliventsi village Bulgaria Dobrichka, Dobrich 227 135 59.47%
Trigortsi village Bulgaria Balchik, Dobrich 158 123 77.85%
Prespa village Bulgaria Balchik, Dobrich 231 110 47.62%
Boyana village Bulgaria Valchi Dol, Varna 236 105 44.49%
Zhilino village Bulgaria Novi Pazar, Shumen 157 94 59.87%
Robovo village Bulgaria Tundzha, Yambol 134 68 50.75%
Baba Tonka village Bulgaria Popovo, Targovishte 91 59 64.84%
Onogur village Bulgaria Tervel, Dobrich 40 37 92.50%
Vizitsa village Bulgaria Malko Tarnovo, Burgas 66 36 54.55%
Sredina village Bulgaria General Toshevo, Dobrich 58 32 55.17%
Shishkovitsa village Bulgaria Antonovo, Targovishte 32 26 81.25%
Dryanovets village Bulgaria Dobrichka, Dobrich 21 20 95.24%
Struindol village Bulgaria Belogradchik, Vidin 27 13 48.15%
Varzilkovtsi village Bulgaria Elena, Veliko Tarnovo 17 10 58.82%
Glushka village Bulgaria Dryanovo, Gabrovo 18 10 55.56%
Leshnikovtsi village Bulgaria Tran, Pernik 13 7 53.85%

Czech Republic

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Chánov neighborhood Czech Republic Rudolice nad Bílinou, Most 1,500 - 2,000 (2006 estimate)
Janov quarter Czech Republic Litvínov 5,571 (2011)
Větřní village Czech Republic Český Krumlov 3,950 (2006)
Bedřiška neighborhood Czech Republic Ostrava
Predlice quarter Czech Republic Ústí nad Labem

Hungary

Roma people in Hungary by municipalities.
Roma people in Hungary by municipalities.
Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Alsószentmárton village Hungary Siklós, Baranya 98.6%
Csenyéte village Hungary Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén 89.5%
Felsőregmec village Hungary Sátoraljaújhely,

Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén

77.8%
Adorjás village Hungary Sellye, Baranya 72.4%
Drávaiványi village Hungary Sellye, Baranya 69.3%
Balajt village Hungary Edelény,

Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén

59.3%
Rakacaszend village Hungary Edelény 57.7%
Tornanádaska village Hungary Sátoraljaújhely,

Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén

56.7%
Gilvánfa village Hungary Sellye, Baranya 56.3%
Beret village Hungary Encs, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén 56.1%
Bódvalenke village Hungary Edelény,

Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén

55.4%
Babarcszőlős village Hungary Siklósi, Baranya 53%

Kosovo[5]

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Bresje village Kosovo Kosovo Polje, Pristina 5,596 3,354 59.94% 2,785 (Ashkali), 366 (Roma), 203 (Egyptians)
Plemetin village Kosovo Obilić, Pristina 1,381 904 65.46% 619 (Roma), 285 (Ashkali)
Llukac i Thatë village Kosovo Istok, Peja 160 109 68.13% 109 (Egyptians)

North Macedonia

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Šuto Orizari municipality North Macedonia Skopje 17,357 13,311 76.69%
Bair neighborhood North Macedonia Bitola 5,500 2,500 45.45%
Dabnica village North Macedonia Prilep 66 54 81.82%

Moldova[7]

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Otaci town Moldova Ocnița 6,043 3,148 52.09%
Vulcănești town Moldova Vulcănești 1,224 1,057 86.36%
Ursari village Moldova 285 233 81.75%
Coroliovca village Moldova Sărata-Galbenă 91 17 18.68%

Montenegro[8]

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Zabrđe village Montenegro Cetinje 119 69 57.98%

Romania

Roma people in Romania by municipalities.
Roma people in Romania by municipalities.
Ferentari, neighborhood in Bucuresti.
Ferentari, neighborhood in Bucuresti.
Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Ferentari (Aleea Livezilor) neighborhood Romania București 90,000
Ponorâta village Romania Maramureș County unknown unknown ~100% Part of Vălenii Lăpușului, Coroieni
Fața Luncii neighborhood Romania Dolj County unknown unknown part of Craiova
Mimiu neighborhood Romania Prahova County unknown unknown ~100% Part of Ploiești
Siretu, Vrancea neighborhood Romania Vrancea County unknown unknown ~100% Part of Mărășești
Dealul Viilor neighborhood Romania Iași County unknown unknown ~100% Part of Hârlău
Rudari neighborhood Romania Vâlcea County unknown unknown ~100% Part of Drăgășani
Zanea village Romania Iași County unknown unknown ~100% Part of Iași
Gârcini neighborhood Romania Brașov County 5,975 unknown ~100% Part of Săcele
Bărbulești commune Romania Ialomița County 4,779 4,146 86,8%
Toflea village Romania Galați County 5,470 3,865 70.7%
Fântânele, Dâmbovița village Romania Dâmbovița County 2,611 2,553 97.8%
Vâlcele village Romania Covasna County 4,475 2,172 49%
Iazu, Dâmbovița village Romania Dâmbovița County 2,601 2,081 80%
Cornetu, Vrancea village Romania Vrancea County 1,940 1,903 98.1% Part of Slobozia Bradului
Românești, Dâmbovița village Romania Dâmbovița County 3,371 1,852 55%
Băcioiu village Romania Bacău County 2,051 1,683 82.1%
Pata-Rât illegal settlement Romania Cluj County 1,500 1,500 ~100% Pata-Rât is the place where the garbage dump of Cluj-Napoca is located. About 1,500 Roma evacuated from the city live in this place
Mironu village Romania Suceava County 1,907 1,392 73%
Bâscenii de Jos village Romania Buzău County 2,075 1,355 65.3%
Gămăcești, Argeș village Romania Argeș County 1,165 1,165 ~100% Part of Berevoești
Ungra commune Romania Brașov County 2,038 1,080 52.9%
Pusta, Sălaj village Romania Sălaj County 1,454 1,058 72.7%
Gulia, Suceava village Romania Suceava County 2,016 1,047 51.9%
Ocolna village Romania Dolj County 1,061 1,005 94.7%
Crucea, Iași village Romania Iași County 1,539 907 58.9%
Valea Corbului village Romania Argeș County 904 878 97.1% Part of Călinești
Sălcuța, Dolj village Romania Dolj County 1,071 (2011) 737 68.8% Part of Calopăr
Ormeniș commune Romania Brașov County 1,926 (2011) 726 42%
Pisteștii din Deal village Romania Gorj County 992 (2011) 721 72.7%
Chelința, Maramureș village Romania Maramureș County 1,349 700 52% Part of Ulmeni
Slobozia Bradului village Romania Vrancea County 1,326 696 52.5%
Băgaciu village Romania Mureș County 1.342 693 51.6%
Rădoaia, Bacău village Romania Bacău County 1,207 689 57%
Dudașu village Romania Mehedinți County 1,197 660 55.1%
Stâna, Satu Mare village Romania Satu Mare County 1,034 641 62%
Tonciu, Mureș village Romania Mureș County 835 610 73.1
Arini, Brașov village Romania Brașov County 895 583 65.1%
Măguri, Timiș village Romania Timiș County 724 579 80% Part of Lugoj
Augustin commune Romania Brașov County 1,490 557 49%
Valea Hotarului, Argeș village Romania Argeș County 546 540 99%
Viile Tecii village Romania Bistrița-Năsăud County 1,074 535 50%
Gura Pravăț village Romania Argeș County 985 521 52.89%
Plaiu Câmpinei village Romania Prahova County 847 505 59.6%
Zece Prăjini, Iași village Romania Iași County 520 492 94.6%
Mârza, Dolj village Romania Dolj County 587 480 81.8%
Liești, Vrancea village Romania Vrancea County 524 452 86.3% Part of Slobozia Bradului
Budacu de Jos village Romania Bistrița-Năsăud County 896 454 50.6%
Rudeni, Argeș village Romania Argeș County 691 417 60.3%
Lespezi, Argeș village Romania Argeș County 422 413 97.9% Part of Hârtiești
Beica de Jos village Romania Mureș County 851 397 46.7%
Nemșa village Romania Sibiu County 558 384 68.8%
Cozieni, Ilfov village Romania Ilfov County 705 380 53.9%
Șoard village Romania Mureș County 649 377 58.1%
Țicău, Maramureș village Romania Maramureș County 765 376 49.2% Part of Ulmeni
Gepiș village Romania Bihor County 682 373 55%
Tătârlaua village Romania Alba County 719 358 49.8%
Ticușu Vechi village Romania Brașov County 633 332 52.4%
Lupoaia, Bihor village Romania Bihor County 600 316 52.6%
Rodbav village Romania Brașov County 178 302 58.9%
Dăroaia village Romania Alba County 481 285 59.3%
Mag, Sibiu village Romania Sibiu County 439 277 63.1%
Hetea village Romania Covasna County 281 271 96.4% Part of Vâlcele
Petculești village Romania Olt County 1,114 247 63.4%
Munteni, Neamț village Romania Neamț County 398 247 62.1%
Budiu Mic village Romania Mureș County 442 247 55.9%
Prislop, Sibiu village Romania Sibiu County 243 241 99.2% Part of Rășinari
Idiciu village Romania Mureș County 374 198 52.9%
Valea Beciului village Romania Vrancea County 270 190 70.4%
Zeletin village Romania Buzău County 215 188 87.4%
Valea Șapartocului village Romania Mureș County 223 162 72.6%
Silivaș village Romania Alba County 255 142 55.7%
Nandra, Mureș village Romania Mureș County 151 81 53.6%
Bezidu Nou village Romania Mureș County 39 28 71.8%

Russia[11]

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Kalinovsky farm Russia Kochubeyevsky, Stavropol 358 217 60.61%
Donetsky farm Russia Zimovnikovsky, Rostov 151 72 47.68%
Rynok Romanovsky farm Russia Tsimlyansky, Rostov 74 70 94.59%
Kovalevsky farm Russia Zimovnikovsky, Rostov 106 59 55.66%
Niva farm Russia Martynovsky, Rostov 65 43 66.15%
Krasnye Luchi farm Russia Zernogradsky, Rostov 67 33 49.25%
Orlovskaya Balka village Russia Kasharsky, Rostov 33 22 66.67%

Serbia

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Šangaj neighborhood Serbia Novi Sad 2,500 majority Roma prior to 2005
Veliki Rit neighborhood Serbia Novi Sad 2,500
Deponija neighborhood Serbia Belgrade
Goveđi Brod neighborhood Serbia Belgrade
Marinkova Bara neighborhood Serbia Belgrade
Jatagan Mala neighborhood Serbia Belgrade formerly inhabited by Roma
Mali Leskovac neighborhood Serbia Belgrade
Vojni put neighborhood Serbia Belgrade
Kartonsko Naselje informal settlement Serbia Belgrade 986 (2007) ~100%
Brdarica village Serbia Mačva District 1,519 488 32.13%
Bangladeš suburb Serbia Novi Sad 250 ~100%
Depresija neighborhood Serbia Novi Sad 150 majority Roma
Nanomir village Serbia Mionica, Kolubara 239 120 50.21%
Barlovo village Serbia Kuršumlija, Toplica 166 85 51.20%

Slovakia

Roma settlement Luník IX near Košice, Slovakia.
Roma settlement Luník IX near Košice, Slovakia.
Roma settlement Luník IX near Košice, Slovakia.
Roma settlement Luník IX near Košice, Slovakia.
Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Jarovnice village Slovakia Sabinov, Prešov 7,447 4,176 56.08%
Luník IX borough Slovakia Košice 6,032 3,417

6,032

56.65%

~100%

the largest Roma community in Slovakia
Rakúsy village Slovakia Kežmarok, Prešov 3,264 2,248 68.87%
Podhorany village Slovakia Kežmarok, Prešov 2,705 1,906 70.46%
Lomnička village Slovakia Stará Ľubovňa, Prešov 2,680 1,642 61.27%
Richnava village Slovakia Gelnica, Košice 2,494 1,559 62.51%
Žehra village Slovakia Spišská Nová Ves, Košice 2,099 1,395 66.46%
Krížová Ves village Slovakia Kežmarok, Prešov 2,008 1,249 62.20%
Stráne pod Tatrami village Slovakia Kežmarok, Prešov 2,083 1,078 51.75%
Ostrovany village Slovakia Sabinov, Prešov 1,803 977 54.19%
Mirkovce village Slovakia Prešov, Prešov 1,204 768 63.79%
Drahňov village Slovakia Michalovce, Košice 1,352 627 46.38%
Lenartov village Slovakia Bardejov, Prešov 1,058 593 56.05%
Doľany village Slovakia Levoča, Prešov 779 551 70.73%
Zbudské Dlhé village Slovakia Humenné, Prešov 769 537 69.83%
Sútor village Slovakia Rimavská Sobota,

Banská Bystrica

514 420 81.71%
Hucín village Slovakia Revúca, Banská Bystrica 877 391 44.58%
Šarišská Poruba village Slovakia Prešov, Prešov 641 310 48.36%
Bôrka village Slovakia Rožňava, Košice 516 291 56.40%
Nitra nad Ipľom village Slovakia Lučenec, Banská Bystrica 345 230 66.67%
Kesovce village Slovakia Rimavská Sobota,

Banská Bystrica

271 205 75.65%
Kesovce village Slovakia Rimavská Sobota,

Banská Bystrica

233 194 83.26%
Rakytník village Slovakia Rimavská Sobota,

Banská Bystrica

329 176 53.50%
Roztoky village Slovakia Svidník, Prešov 345 168 48.70%
Varadka village Slovakia Bardejov, Prešov 248 130 52.42%
Dulovo village Slovakia Rimavská Sobota,

Banská Bystrica

205 118 57.56%
Dlhoňa village Slovakia Svidník, Prešov 91 48 52.75%

Slovenia

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Kerinov Grm village Slovenia Municipality of Krško, southeastern Slovenia 134 (2012) It was established as an autonomous settlement in 2010

Southern Europe

Spain

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Sacromonte neighborhood Spain Granada The traditional Gitano quarter of Granada
Triana neighborhood Spain Seville A neighborhood traditionally linked to Gitano history
Nou Barris neighborhood Spain Barcelona

Portugal

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Caneira, Montijo neighborhood Portugal Setúbal

Italy

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Scampia neighborhood Italy Naples
Arghillà suburb Italy Reggio Calabria
Ciccarello neighborhood Italy Reggio Calabria
Rione Marconi neighborhood Italy Reggio Calabria
Ciambra neighborhood Italy Gioia Tauro
Ciampa di Cavallo neighborhood Italy Lamezia Terme
Rancitelli neighborhood Italy Pescara
CEP San Donato neighborhood Italy Pescara
Fontanelle neighborhood Italy Pescara

Greece

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Religion Note
Ano Liosia suburb Greece Athens 33,565 A significant population of Roma live in the area
Alibekio, Serres neighborhood Greece Serres unknown unknown 70% Christianity
Drosero neighborhood Greece Xanthi 8,293 (2018) 8,293 100.00%
Podismeno, Iraklia village Greece Serres 1,666 1,230 73.83% Christianity
Flabouro, Visaltia village Greece Serres 837 450 53.76% Christianity
Anthi, Visaltia village Greece Serres 625 380 60.80% Christianity
Symvoli, Amfipoli village Greece Serres 252 130 51.59% Christianity assimilated by the Pontic Greeks
Nevra, Rodopi village Greece Rodopi 158 158 100.00% Islam
Velkio, Rodopi village Greece Rodopi 329 285 86.63% Islam The rest are Pomaks
Ergani, Rodopi village Greece Rodopi 347 322 92.80% Islam The rest are Pomaks
Athigganochori, Xanthi village Greece Xanthi Unknown Unknown 100% Undefined
Sinikismos Athigganon, Xanthi neighborhood in the village of Magiko Greece Xanthi Unknown Unknown 100% Undefined Litteral translation:Gypsy settlement
Esovalta, Pella village Greece Pella Unknown Unknown 100%

Asia

Western Asia

Sulukule
Sulukule

Turkey

Settlement Type Location Population Roma population Roma % Note
Sulukule neighborhood Turkey Istanbul Centre of Gypsy cultural life, oldest Roma settlement in Europe
Ayvansaray neighborhood Turkey Istanbul 18,504 (2014)
Dolapdere neighborhood Turkey Istanbul
Hacıhüsrev neighborhood Turkey Istanbul
Tarlabaşı neighborhood Turkey Istanbul
Ayrancılar neighborhood Turkey Izmir
Örnekköy neighborhood Turkey Izmir
Çavuşbey neighborhood Turkey Edirne 5,118
Menzilahır neighborhood Turkey Edirne 3,838
Umurbey neighborhood Turkey Edirne 2,551
Ersevenler neighborhood Turkey Erzincan 1,242
Sukapı neighborhood Turkey Kars 681 681 100.00%

See also

References

  1. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2013 census (Bosnia)".
  2. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2011 census (Bulgaria)".
  3. ^ François Rüegg, Rudolf Poledna, Călin Rus, Interculturalism and discrimination in Romania, Berlin, 2006, p. 140
  4. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2001 census (Hungary)".
  5. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2011 census (Kosovo)".
  6. ^ "Ethnic composition: 2002 census (Macedonia)".
  7. ^ "Ethnic composition: 2014 census (Moldova)".
  8. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2011 census (Montenegro)".
  9. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2002 census (Romania)".
  10. ^ "Ethnic composition, all communes: 2011 census (Romania)".
  11. ^ "Ethnic composition (noisy data from census microdata base), all places: 2010 census".
  12. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2002 census (Serbia)".
  13. ^ "Ethnic composition, all places: 2011 census (Slovakia)".