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Gemeinden in Kroatien mit serbischer Bevölkerungsmehrheit

Erstellt von Ravnokotarski-Vuk, 15.11.2006, 18:38 Uhr · 14 Antworten · 954 Aufrufe

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    Gemeinden in Kroatien mit serbischer Bevölkerungsmehrheit

    Dvor

    Dvor (Serbian: Двор) is a town and a municipality in Sisak-Moslavina County, Croatia. The majority of the population are Serbs.

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    Gvozd

    Gvozd (Serbian: Гвозд) is a town and a municipality in Sisak Moslavina County, Croatia. There are 3,779 inhabitants in the area, 58% which are Serb and 40% which are Croats (2001 census).

    In 1079, the last native Croatian King Petar Svačić was killed in Gvozd during the Battle of Gvozd Mountain, leading to the mountain being called Petrova Gora (Petar's Mountain).

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    Krnjak

    Krnjak (Serbian: Крњак) is a town and a municipality in Karlovac County, Croatia. There are 2,164 inhabitants, 61.5% which are Serbs and 35.4% which are Croats.

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    Donji Lapac

    Donji Lapac (Serbian: Доњи Лапац) is a small town and municipality in Lika-Senj county, Croatia. The majority of the population are Serbs.

    Geography
    Donji Lapac is located in east Lika (also called Ličko Pounje), by the river Una that flows near the town in the valley between mountain Plješevica and Una on the altitude of 582m. It is connected with the road that connects Bihać with Gračac.


    Demographics
    According to the 2001 census, the town has population of 812 and a municipality of 1,880 people. Before the war the area was almost entirely Serb populated with only 0.5% Croats (according to the 1991 census). After the war the area of Donji Lapac municipality grew smaller because villages of Donji Srb and Gornji Srb were given to Municipality of Gračac in Zadar county. However according to the 2001 census Serbs continue to constitute a majority of 73.6% and Croats 25.1%.


    History
    The area of Donji Lapac has been inhabitated since the Iron age, which many material remainings prove. During medieval times the area of Lapac was part of old-slavic Lapac župa and in 1449 it became possession of Frankopans. Old city Lapac was located on a nearby Obljaj hill (666m) south from Donji Lapac. When in 1528 Ottomans conquered Lika, Lapac was absorbed.

    Donji Lapac was founded in 1791, in the year the Austro-Ottoman war ended and Eastern Lika was annexed by Habsburg empire as a frontier post. In 1941 Yugoslav partisans liberated the district center.


    Economy
    Today Donji Lapac is one of the poorest municipalities in Croatia and is included in area of special state care. Before the war, Donji Lapac had a developed wood and textile industry. Many people worked in the transportation company Likatrans which employed more than 200 people. Today most of the inhabitants are unemployed and jobs are mostly restricted to public services or the renewed wood industry. Additionally many people work in basic agriculture, growing mostly potatoes and plums from which they make the alcohol Slivovitz.

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    Vrhovine

    Vrhovine (Serbian: Врховине) is a town and a municipality in Lika-Senj County, Croatia. According to 2001 census, Vrhovine had 905 inhabitants of which 55.03% were Serbs and 38.45% were Croats.

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    Erdut

    Erdut (Serbian: Ердут) is a small town and a municipality in Croatia. It is located in the Osijek-Baranja County, eastern Slavonia, 37 km east of Osijek. Its elevation is 158 m. The majority of the population are Serbs.

    The supreme quality wines of the Erdut wine-cellars and large wooden casks are well-known among wine connoisseurs. The largest cask, made of 150-year old oak-wood, with a content of 75,000 l, was included in the Guinness Record Book.

    The picturesque elevations rising above the Danube, between Aljmaš and Erdut, are protected as an important landscape. The loess deposits on the remains of old elevations have already grown, and the slopes toward the Danube are cut sharply and rise 70 m above the river. Hunting and angling opportunities in the immediate vicinity. The local cuisine offers Slavonian delicacies, venison and freshwater fish with the famous Erdut wines.

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    Jagodnjak

    Jagodnjak (Serbian: Јагодњак) is a village and a municipality in Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia. The majority of the population are Serbs.

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    Šodolovci

    Šodolovci (Serbian: Шодоловци) is a village and a municipality in Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia. The majority of the population are Serbs.

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    Biskupija

    Biskupija (Serbian: Бискупија) is a town and a municipality in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia. There are 1,669 inhabitants, the majority of whom are Serbs.

    The shrine of Our Lady of Biskupija, or St. Mary of Croatia, is situated in the village of Biskupija, 5 km southeast of Knin, the former church and cultural centre of the Croatian state in the Middle Ages. Archaeologists have discovered the foundations of five churches in that village, dating from the period of Croatian rulers from the 9th to the 11th century. St Mary's church was the residence of the Bishop of Knin, who was Bishop of Croatia from 1040 to 1522. The earliest known figure of Our Lady in Croatian art was discovered by archaeologists in that same church on a part of the stone partition wall, which separated the shrine from the church nave. It is still venerated as Our Lady of the Great Croatian Vow.

    Today, on the foundations of the old Croatian church of the same name there stands a memorial church, decorated between 1937 and 1938 according to the designs of Croatia’s most famous sculptor, Ivan Mestrovic. The church is a single-nave building (16 x 8.4 m) with a square niche for the altar, and a 12.5 metre-tall steeple before it. Ivan Mestrovic also created the statue of Our Lady, depicting a Mother wearing a folk costume from Dalmatian Zagora, with a child on her lap, and who is writing the book of life. Regrettably, however, the statue was destroyed by Serbian extremists. Above the niche containing the main altar the renowned Croatian artist, Jozo Kljakovic, painted the fresco "King Zvonimir holding Court", which was also riddled by bullets fired by Serbian extremists. The church was thoroughly refurbished in 1966, when Mestrovic's statue was restored. Since then, the main pilgrimage occurs on the last Sunday in September, when the Holy Virgin’s name is honoured. The church was once again destroyed during the Croatian War of Independence, and now awaits rebuilding.

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    Civljane

    Civljane (Serbian: Цивљане) is a village in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia, with only 137 inhabitants. Serbs form 68.61% of the population, while Croats form 29.2%.

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    Ervenik

    Ervenik(Serbian: Ервеник) is a village and municipality in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia. There are 998 inhabitants, the majority of the population which are Serbs.

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    Kistanje

    Kistanje (Serbian: Кистање) is a municipality in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia. According to the 2001 census, Kistanje has 3,038 inhabitants of which 57.14% are Serbs and 41.31% are Croats.

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    Borovo

    Borovo (Serbian: Борово), previously called Borovo Selo (Борово Село), is a village and a municipality in eastern Slavonia (Vukovar-Srijem County), Croatia. It has a population of 5,360 (2001). The majority of the population are Serbs.

    The village of Borovo is located a few kilometers north from Vukovar, and the neighbourhood of the northwestern industrial part of Vukovar is named Borovo Naselje (the Borovo settlement) after it. Previously a "stand alone" region built around the Borovo factory, it grew and finally merged with Vukovar. Borovo Naselje sprung up around the rubber products factory, built and owned by TomᚠBaťa before the World War II. The entire town was built around the factory to provide housing and the others necessary institutions for the employees. After Borovo Naselje's merge with Vukovar, it shed its name and became a part of Vukovar, but it's still known as Borovo naselje among the locals.

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    Markušica

    Markušica (Serbian: Маркушица) is a village and a municipality in Vukovar-Syrmia County, Croatia. There are 3,053 inhabitants, the majority of the population which are Serbs.

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    Negoslavci

    Negoslavci (Serbian: Негославци) is a village and a municipality in Vukovar-Syrmia County, Croatia. There are 1,466 inhabitants, the majority of the population which are Serbs.

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    Trpinja

    Trpinja (Serbian: Трпиња) is a village and a municipality in Vukovar-Syrmia County, Croatia. There are 6,466 inhabitants, the majority of the population which are Serbs.

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    Nedd
    Ich will nicht anfangen zu zählen...

    Nächstes mal vorher auf "Vorschau" klicken.

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    Danke für die Infos Vuce :wink:

    Ausserdem die Stadt "Gvozd" hiess eigentlich Vrginmost aber eben ...

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    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Danke für die Infos Vuce :wink:

    Ausserdem die Stadt "Gvozd" hiess eigentlich Vrginmost aber eben ...
    Ist das nicht eine andere Stadt? :?

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    Zitat Zitat von Ravnokotarski-Vuk
    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Danke für die Infos Vuce :wink:

    Ausserdem die Stadt "Gvozd" hiess eigentlich Vrginmost aber eben ...
    Ist das nicht eine andere Stadt? :?
    Poznajem samo to da se sada zove Gvozd, pre se zvao grad Vrginmost, a za neki drugi Gvozd nisam cuo osim ovoga ...

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    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Zitat Zitat von Ravnokotarski-Vuk
    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Danke für die Infos Vuce :wink:

    Ausserdem die Stadt "Gvozd" hiess eigentlich Vrginmost aber eben ...
    Ist das nicht eine andere Stadt? :?
    Poznajem samo to da se sada zove Gvozd, pre se zvao grad Vrginmost, a za neki drugi Gvozd nisam cuo osim ovoga ...
    I tvoje su selo prekrstili? :?

    Jel se ne zove Gradina, ođe piše Gradine.. :?


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    Zitat Zitat von Ravnokotarski-Vuk

    Jel se ne zove Gradina, ođe piše Gradine.. :?
    jesili ti crnogorac, ba???

    samo oni kazu ođe 8)

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    Ma ne jos pise Gradina
    nego cudi me sto nisu mjesto Srb u Lici promenili :wink:

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    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Ma ne jos pise Gradina
    nego cudi me sto nisu mjesto Srb u Lici promenili :wink:
    Da ili Knin u Zvonimirgrad :wink: I bolje da nisu 8)

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    Zitat Zitat von Sarajevo
    Zitat Zitat von Ravnokotarski-Vuk

    Jel se ne zove Gradina, ođe piše Gradine.. :?
    jesili ti crnogorac, ba???

    samo oni kazu ođe 8)
    Nisam.. ja sam Krajišnik

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