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Heraldry[edit]

Noble Houses[edit]

House of Karađorđević[edit]

Vožd Karageorge 
Princely House of Karađorđević 
Prince Peter 
King Peter II 
Prince Tomislaus 
Prince Andrew 
Prince Paul 
Prince Alexander, son of Paul 
Princess Elizabeth 

House of Obrenović[edit]

Prince Milos 
Prince Milos and Serbia 
Prince Milan 
King Milan, Knight of the Order of the Seraphim 
Royal House of Obrenović 
Royal House of Obrenović 

House of Petrović-Njegoš[edit]

Montenegro under Vladika Daniel I 
Vladika Peter I 
Vladika Peter I 
Prince Daniel I 

House of Branković[edit]

Sebastokrator Branko 
Despot George 
Despot George as a Vassal of Hungary 
Despot Lazar 
Despot Vuk 
Despot George II 
Despot John 

House of Lazarević[edit]

Prince Lazar 
Prince and Despot Stefan 
Despot Stefan as a Vassal of Hungary 
Despot of Serbia 

House of Balšić[edit]

Balšić noble family 

House of Mrnjavčević[edit]

Royal House of Mrnjavčević (Illyrian Armorials) 

House of Nemanjić[edit]

Nobility[edit]

First Serbian Uprising Nobility[edit]

Jovan Obrenović 

Medieval Noble People[edit]

Petar Mihajlovic Bakic 

States[edit]

WWII Puppet States[edit]

Ecclesiastical Heraldry[edit]

Serbian Patricarchs[edit]

Patriarch Arsenius III (Ver 1) 
Patriarch Arsenius III (Ver 2) 

Armorials[edit]

Korenić-Neorić Armorial[edit]

Coat of arms of the Orlović family 
Coat of arms of the Mirilović family (Ver 1) 
Coat of arms of the Mirilović family (Ver 2) 
Coat of arms of the Žegligović family 
Coat of arms of the Sokolović family 
Coat of arms of the Vukotić family 
Coat of arms of the Zvijezdić family 
Coat of arms of the Šantić family 
Coat of arms of the Oblačić family 
Coat of arms of the Kostanjić family 
Coat of arms of the Ugrinović family 
Coat of arms of the Deskojević family 
Coat of arms of the Šestokrilović family 
Coat of arms of the Tarzarović family 
Coat of arms of the Smokronović family 
Coat of arms of the Debeljić family 
Coat of arms of the Županović family 

Cities, Towns and Municipalities[edit]

In Serbia[edit]

Belgrade 1960 
Monoštor 1715 
Bač 1880 

In Montenegro[edit]

Podgorica (before 1970) 
Podgorica (Titograd) (1970-2006) 
Cetinje (before WWII) 
Herceg Novi (before WWII) 

In Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Trebinje (before WWII) 
Bihać (before WWII) 

Royal Strandards[edit]

Serbian and Yugoslav Royalty[edit]

Other[edit]

Articles Created by Me[edit]

Politics[edit]

Cabinet of Karađorđe Petrović

Cabinet of Jovan Marinović

Ministerial Deliberation

Cabinet of Stevča Mihailović II

Cabinet of Milan Piroćanac

Cabinet of Nikola Hristić II

Cabinet of Nikola Pašić VIII

Cabinet of Blagoje Nešković

Cabinet of Desimir Jevtić

Cabinet of Stanko Radmilović

Cabinet of Dragutin Zelenović

Cabinet of Radoman Božović

Cabinet of Nikola Šainović

Cabinet of Mirko Marjanović II

Cabinet of Milomir Minić

Cabinet of Ivica Dačić

Cabinet of Aleksandar Vučić

Vojislav Mihailović

History[edit]

Battle of Kosovo (1369)

Templates Created by Me[edit]

Politics[edit]

Template:Cabinets of Serbia

Template:Cabinets of Republika Srpska

Template:Mayor of Novi Sad

History[edit]

Template:Principalities declared independent and autonomous after the Congress of Berlin


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