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Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
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Flag Coat of arms
Location and extent of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (red) within Serbia..
Location and extent of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina (red) within Serbia..
and largest city
Novi Sad
Official languages Serbian[a]
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Government Autonomous province
 -  Prime Minister Bojan Pajtić (DS)
 -  President of Assembly of Vojvodina István Pásztor (SVM)
 -  Formation of Serbian Vojvodina 1848 
 -  Establishment 1944 
 -  Total 21,506 km2
8,304 sq mi
 -  2011 census 1,931,809
 -  Density 90/km2
230/sq mi
Currency Serbian dinar (RSD)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Drives on the right
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Vojvodina (

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Vojvodina sections
Intro  Name  History  Geography  Districts, municipalities and cities  Demographics  Politics  Culture  Media  Tourism  Economy  Transport  Human rights  Gallery  See also  References  External links