Romani people in Germany
|Sinte Romani, German|
|Christianity, Romani religion|
There are an estimated 170,000-300,000 Romani people in Germany, constituting around 0.1% of the population. One-third of Germany Romani belong to the Sinti group. The majority of Romani in Germany lack German citizenship, having immigrated mostly from Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, and the countries of former Yugoslavia. Most speak German or Sinte Romani.
The Sinti arrived in Germany and Austria in the Late Middle Ages.
- Central Council of German Sinti and Roma
- Documentation and Cultural Centre of German Sinti and Roma
- Ethnic groups in Germany
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