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 King Peter was succeeded by his son, Alexander, in August 1921. Serb centralists and Croat autonomists clashed in the parliament, and most governments were fragile and short-lived. Nikola Pašić, a conservative prime minister, headed or dominated most governments until his death. King Alexander established a dictatorship in 1929 with the aim of establishing the Yugoslav ideology and single Yugoslav nation, changed the name of the country to Yugoslavia and changed the internal divisions from the 33 oblasts to nine new banovinas. The effect of Alexander's dictatorship was to further alienate the non-Serbs living in Yugoslavia from the idea of unity.  Alexander was assassinated in Marseille, during an official visit in 1934 by Vlado Chernozemski, member of the IMRO. ISBN 978-0-19-955201-6. ^ Miller 2005, p. 529–581. ^ "Bitter Memories of Kosovo's Deadly March Riots". 17 March 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2020. ^ Online/Beta, Piše: Danas (17 March 2020). "Navršeno 16 godina od Martovskog pogroma na Kosovu i Metohiji". Dnevni list Danas (in Serbian). Retrieved 2 December 2020. ^ "Montenegro gets Serb recognition". BBC. 15 June 2006. ^ "Rift Emerges at the United Nations Over Kosovo". New York Sun. 19 February 2008.  The major rail hub is Belgrade (and to a lesser degree Niš), while the most important railroads include: Belgrade–Subotica–Budapest (Hungary) (currently upgraded to high-speed status), Belgrade–Bar (Montenegro), Belgrade–Šid–Zagreb (Croatia)/Belgrade–Niš–Sofia (Bulgaria) (part of Pan-European Corridor X), and Niš–Thessaloniki (Greece). Some 75 km (46 mi) of new high-speed rail line between Belgrade and Novi Sad was opened in 2022 and additional 108 km (67 mi) from Novi Sad to Subotica and border with Hungary are currently under construction and due to open in 2025.  The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade Matica Srpska, the oldest scientific institution in Serbia, located in Novi Sad. There are 19 universities in Serbia (nine public universities with a total number of 86 faculties and ten private universities with 51 faculties).  In 2018/2019 academic year, 210, 480 students attended 19 universities (181, 310 at public universities and some 29, 170 at private universities) while 47, 169 attended 81 "higher schools".  Public universities in Serbia are: the University of Belgrade (oldest, founded in 1808, and largest university with 97, 696 undergraduates and graduates), University of Novi Sad (founded in 1960 and with student body of 42, 489),  University of Niš (founded in 1965; 20, 559 students),  University of Kragujevac (founded in 1976; 14, 053 students), University of Priština (located in North Mitrovica), Public University of Novi Pazar as well as three specialist universities – University of Arts, University of Defence and University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies. Archived from the original on 24 February 2021. Retrieved 26 March 2012. ^ "Republic of Serbia – European Union". Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Archived from the original on 6 May 2013. Retrieved 24 June 2013. ^ "EU leaders grant Serbia candidate status". 1 March 2012. Retrieved 2 March 2012. ^ "Serbia gets EU candidate status, Romania gets nothing". EUobserver. 2 March 2012. Retrieved 24 June 2013. Live Cricket Score & Streaming Details: Bulgaria vs Serbia Live cricket score and live streaming details for theBulgaria vs Serbia T20I(1st Match). Including team line-ups plus details of all batsman scores and ...  Traces of Roman and early Byzantine Empire architectural heritage are found in many royal cities and palaces in Serbia, such as Sirmium, Felix Romuliana and Justiniana Prima, since 535 the seat of the Archbishopric of Justiniana Prima.  Serbian monasteries were under the influence of Byzantine Art, particularly after the fall of Constantinople in 1204 when many Byzantine artists fled to Serbia.  The monasteries include Studenica (built around 1190), which was a model for such later monasteries as Mileševa, Sopoćani, Žiča, Gračanica and Visoki Dečani. Numerous monuments and cultural sites were destroyed at various stages of Serbian history, including destruction in Kosovo. In the late 14th and the 15th centuries, an autochthonous architectural style known as Morava style evolved in the area around Morava Valley. Serbia vs Bulgaria» Predictions, Odds, Live Score & Streams Serbia vs Bulgaria ❱ 25.06.2023 ❱ Cricket ❱ Quadrangular Series ✔️Free Betting Tips & Predictions ⚡ Livescore Best Betting Odds ⭐ Live Streaming.