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Serbian Archbishopric

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Serbian Archbishopric or Archbishopric of Serbia may refer to:

  • Archbishopric of Žiča and Peć (1219–1346), name of the medieval Serbian Orthodox Church as an autocephalous archbishopric
  • Metropolitanate of Karlovci of Krušedol (1708–1848), autonomous Serbian Orthodox archbishopric, in the territory of the Habsburgh monarchy, turned into a patriarchate in 1848
  • Metropolitanate of Belgrade (1831–1920), autonomous Serbian Orthodox archbishopric, in the territory of Principality, then Kingdom of Serbia, merged into the unified Serbian Orthodox Church 1920
  • Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric (est. 2002), autonomous jurisdiction of the Serbian Orthodox Church, in the territory of North Macedonia.

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