This was translated off of the German Wikipedia using Google Translate.
Even after the Second World War, the T-34/85 was continued in production until end of 1946. The entire production was approximately 25,915 pieces. There was a conversion of older T-34/76 to 1951 (according to American estimates 12,000 pieces). Poland and Czechoslovakia built after 4565 to 1956 also other pieces (or 1380 and 3185). Many states, such as Egypt used the T-34/85 well into the 1960s. The National People's Army of the GDR used it's tanks until 1964, the T-34/76 was retired, and the last 35 T-34/85 tanks with the 85-mm gun remained there until 1988, in the reserve, or were used as targets for shooting ranges.
During the Yugoslav wars in the 1990s the T-34/85 was used by both Serbian and Croatian forces. The T-34 remains in wide use today, an example being the North Korean People's Army.
The T-34/85 is currently in use by some Third World Countries.