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Triestine Serbs (, (イタリア語:Serbi Triestini)) are the indigenous ethnic Serbs of Trieste, present in the city since the 18th century.〔 They were a primary force behind the economic dominance of Trieste during the Habsburg period.
== History ==
Serb merchants and ship-owners established a community in Trieste at the start of the 18th century, most primarily originating from Sarajevo, Trebinje, and the Bay of Kotor. In 1751 Maria Theresa of the Austro-Hungarian Empire proclaimed religious freedom in the city, and the Serbs and Greeks of Trieste built the Saint Spyridon church that same year.〔(【引用サイトリンク】title=People of Saint Spiridione: the cultural and religious legacy of the Serbians of Trieste )〕 The most influential of the wealthy Serbian merchants of the time were the Kurtovic, Gopcevic, Vojnovic, and Miletic families, who owned most the structures and dock area of the "Porto Vecchio" (Grand Port). In 1766 Trieste's Serbs numbered 50, by 1780 they grew to 200.
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