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Municipality and town
Location of Dobretići within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Location of Dobretići within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dobretići is located in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location of Dobretići

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Population (2013 census)
 • Total 2,041
 • Density

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Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Area code(s) +387 30

Dobretići is a village and municipality in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the youngest and smallest municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina hence being one of the poorest municipalities as well. Before the Bosnian War municipality of Dobretići was part of municipality Skender Vakuf (today Kneževo).


  • Name 1
  • Geography 2
  • Administrative divisions 3
  • Demographics 4
    • 1991 4.1


The municipality of Dobretići was in the prior censuses known as Dobratići. After Bosnian war name of village is also Dobretići from the middle century Bosnian aristocrat Stjepan Dobreta. The locals of the municipality like to call their village area Pougarje, received its name from the local river Ugar.


It is located on the mountain of Ranča in the Central Bosnia Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The municipality is 20 kilometers northeast from the town of Jajce.

Administrative divisions

Today's municipality is made of 18 settlements: Brnjići, Bunar, Davidovići, Dobretići, Donji Orašac, Gornji Orašac, Kričići-Jejići, Melina, Mijatovići, Milaševci, Pavlovići, Prisika, Slipčevići, Vitovlje Malo, Vukovići, Zapeće, Zasavica i Zubovići.



total: 4,790

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