What religion are the Bosnians?
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Bosnia and Herzegovina/Religions
According to the 2013 census, 50.70% of Bosnians identified as Muslim, 30.75% identified as Orthodox Christians, and 15.19% identified as Roman Catholic Christians. A further 2.25% identified with some other religious affiliation (including Judaism, atheism and agnosticism).
What is the main religion in Albania?
The most common religion in Albania is Islam (mainly Sunni, with a Bektashi minority), the second-most-common religion is Christianity (mainly Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant), however there are also many irreligious people.
What are the religions of Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Religions in Bosnian Culture The largest religious group in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Muslim (48%); Muslims in Bosnia are called Bosniaks. The next largest group is Eastern Orthodox (37%), who generally are Serbians and share a culture with their Serb neighbors to the east.
What kind of culture do the Bosniaks have?
Bosniaks are typically characterized by their historic ties to the Bosnian historical region, adherence to Islam since the 15th and 16th centuries, culture, and the Bosnian language. As of 2017 Bosniaks are also recognised as a national minority in Albania.
Why are Bosnians known as a friendly people?
Bosnians are really friendly, and known as being hospitable people. My students hope that the future will bring peace to the region as well. Bosnian culture and national identity is connected to their ethnic and religious identity.
Are there Serbs or Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
In this regard, Christian Bosnians had not described themselves as either Serbs or Croats prior to the 19th century, and in particular before the Austrian occupation in 1878, when the current tri-ethnic reality of Bosnia and Herzegovina was configured based on religious affiliation.