The Bunjevci are a South Slavic (sub)ethnic group, settled mostly in Croatia, but partially also in Serbia and Hungary. Most of the Bunjevci identify themselves as ethnic Croats and consider their dialect a variety of Croatian. However, some Bunjevci in Serbia consider themselves a distinct ethnic group with their own language.
The Bunjevci are a South Slavic (sub)ethnic group, traditionally of Roman Catholic religion, who speak the Neo-Štokavian Ikavian dialect from the Central South Slav…
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