Orthodoxy By Country

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*[[Church of Ukraine|Ukraine]]
 
*[[Church of Ukraine|Ukraine]]
 
*[[Belarusian Autocephalous Orthodox Church|Belarus]]
 
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*[[Church of Cyprus|Cyprus]]
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==Important Minority Religion (20%-50%)==
 
==Important Minority Religion (20%-50%)==
*Albania
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*[[Church of Albania|Albania]]
 
*Bosnia & Herzegovina
 
*Bosnia & Herzegovina
 
*Kosovo
 
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*Turkmenistan
 
*Turkmenistan
 
*Jordan
 
*Jordan
*Estonia
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*[[Church of Estonia (Ecumenical Patriarchate)|Estonia]]
*Latvia
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*[[Church of Latvia|Latvia]]

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This article shows the amount Eastern Orthodox people by country.

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Dominanant Religion (more than 75%)

Dominant Religion (50%-75%)

Important Minority Religion (20%-50%)

  • Albania
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Kosovo
  • Kazakhstan
  • Krygyzstan

Important Minority Religion (5%-20%)

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