Carpatho-Rusyns; Flag of Carpathian Ruthenia. Coat of Arms of Carpathian Ruthenia: Total population; 75,000–85,000: Regions with significant populations
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623,500 (2000–2006) Census population: 70,000. These are numbers from national official bureaus for statistics: Slovakia – 33,482 Serbia – 15,626 Ukraine – 6,725 Poland – 10,000
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Carpatho-Rusyns live in the very heart of Europe, along the northern and southern slopes of the Carpathian Mountains. Their homeland, known as Carpathian Rus’, is situated at the crossroads where the borders of Ukraine, Slovakia, and Poland meet.
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The Slovak Catholic Church. By Fr. Ronald G. Roberson, CSP. Reprinted here with Permission of CNEWA The Greek Catholic churches of the former Yugoslavia
By the outset of the 20th century, the Rusyns in the Austro-Hungarian and Russian empires (and in the North American diaspora) were gradually becoming differentiated into Belarusians, Ukrainians, and Carpatho-Rusyns.