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Romanies
Români
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Tot population
c. 24—30 million[1][2][3]
(Including Moldovans as a subgroup, which is a matter of ethnic and linguistic scholarly debate)
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Romania 16,792,868 (2011 Romanie census)[4]
 Moldovae 192,800 (2014 Moldovan census)
(addeetional 2,068,058 Moldovans)[5][6]
Ither kintras
Europe
 Italy11,190,091
(additional 131,814 Moldovans)[7]
 Germany11,130,789–2,000,000 (includes a range o Romanie German ethnic groups as weel as some 14,815 addeetional Moldovans)[8][9][10]
 Spain1865,707
(addeetional 17,868 Moldovans)[11][12]
 Ukraine150,989
(addeetional 258,619 Moldovans)[13]
 Unitit Kinrick411,000[14]
 Fraunce200,000[15]
 Roushie3,201
(addeetional 156,400 Moldovans)[16]
 Austrick102,242 (includes Transylvanie Saxons)[17]
 Belgium65,768[18]
 Serbie29,332
(addeetional 35,330 Vlachs)[19]
 Greece146,523
(addeetional 10,391 Moldovans)[20]
 Portugal131,505
(addeetional 8,460 Moldovans)[21]
 Hungary36,506[22]
 Swaden27,974 (born in Romanie)
(addeetional 938 Moldovans)[23]
 Denmark24,422
(additional 686 Moldovans)[24]
Cyprus Cyprus124,376[25]
 Netherlands123,020[26]
 Switzerland21,593[27]
 Ireland117,995[28]
 Norawa11,068[29]
 Czech Republic10,826 (addeetional 5,260 Moldovans)[30][31]
 Slovakie4,941[32]
 Bulgarie891
(addeetional 3,684 Vlachs)[33]
 Finland4,015
(addeetional 289 Moldovans)[34]
 Luxembourg2,527[35]
North America
 Unitit States518,653–1,400,000 (incl. mixed oreegin; addeetional 7,859 Moldovans)[36][37][38][39]
 Canadae204,625–400,000 (incl. mixed oreegin; addeetional 8,050 Moldovans)[40][41]
South America
 Brazil33,280–200,000
[42][43]
 Venezuela10,000[44]
 Argentinae10,000[45]
Oceania
 Australie20,998[46]
 New Zealand3,100[47]
Asia
 Israel205,600 (Jewish Israeli ceetizens born in Romanie an first generation descendants)[48]
 Kazakhstan14,666
(includin Moldovans)[49][50]
 Japan10,000[51]
Leids
Romanie
Releegion
Predominantly Orthodox Christianity
(Romanie Orthodox Kirk),
an aw Roman Catholic, Greek Catholic, an Protestant
Relatit ethnic groups
Aw Romance-speakin fowks;
See an aw: Vlachs, Moldovans, Aromanians, Megleno-Romanies, Istro-Romanies

1 The nummer o the ceetizens o Romanie is indicatit in the kintras Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, the Netherlands, Ireland, the Czech Republic an Turkey, an the nummer o the ceetizens o Moldovae in the additional feegur in the same kintras.

The Romanies (Romanie: români pronounced [roˈmɨnʲ] or—historically, but nou a seldom-uised regionalism—rumâni; datit exonym: Vlachs) are a Romance[52] ethnic group an naition native tae Romanie, that share a common Romanie cultur, ancestry, an speak the Romanie leid, the maist widespread spoken Eastren Romance leid that is descendit frae the Laitin leid.

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