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** Romani people **

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This article is about the Romani ethnic group, and should not be confused
with Romanians, an unrelated ethnic group and nation. For other uses, see
Romani (disambiguation).
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Romani people
/Rromane dźene/
Roma flag.svg
Romani flag created in 1933 and accepted by the 1971 World Romani Congress
Total population
Uncertain; estimates range from 2 million to more than 12
million^[1]^[2]^[3]
See *Romani people by country* for the entire list of countries and other
estimations.

The following list uses official data, unofficial estimations might differ
substantially.

Regions with significant populations
United States 1,000,000
(0.32%) .^[4]
Brazil 800,000
(0.41%) ^[5]
Spain 650,000
(1.62%) ^[6]
Romania 619,007
(3.25%) ^[7]
Turkey 500,000
(0.72%) ^[8]
France 500,000
(0.79%) ^[9]
Bulgaria 370,908
(4.67%) ^[10]
Hungary 205,720
(2.02%) ^[11]
Greece 200,000
(1.82%) ^[12]
Slovakia 189,920
(1.71%) ^[13]
Russia 182,766
(0.13%) ^[14]
Serbia 147.604
(2.05%) ^[15]
Italy 130,000
(0.22%) ^[16]
Germany 120,000
(0.15%) ^[17]
United Kingdom 90,000
(0.15%) ^[18]
Macedonia 53,879
(2.85%) ^[19]
Mexico 53,000
(0.05%) ^[20]
Sweden 50,000 - 100,000 ^[21]
Ukraine 47,587
(0.098%) ^[22]
Portugal 30,000 - 50,000
(0.3%)

Languages
languages of the region, Romani

Religion
Christianity
(Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Protestantism),
Islam,
Hinduism^[23]

Related ethnic groups
Dom, Lom, Domba; other Indo-Aryans

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Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romani_people


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