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Ilijaš

Ilijaš
View of the center of Ilijaš.
View of the center of Ilijaš.
Official seal of Ilijaš
Seal
Ilijaš is located in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ilijaš
Location in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Coordinates:
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Government
 • Municipality president Akif Fazlić (SDA)[1]
Area
 • Total 308,6 km2 (1,192 sq mi)
Population (2013 census)
 • Total 20,504
 • Density 66,4/km2 (1,720/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Area code(s) +387 33
Website http://ilijas.ba/

Ilijaš (Илијаш) is a town and municipality located north-east of the inner city of Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Demographics 2
    • 1971 2.1
    • 1991 2.2
  • Inhabited places 3
  • Twin towns - sister cities 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

History

In the early Middle Ages close to the river Bosna and Vogoščica the district Vogošća or Vidogošća was formed. Some later events that are tied to the period of the Ottoman period came to the formation of džemats, nahiyahs and sanjaks. In the beginning of the nineteenth century there were 20 džemats in the Sarajevo Nahiyah: Butmir, Kijevo, Presjenica, Sudići, Trnovo, Zijamet Crna Rijeka, Pale, Mokro with Bobogovićima, Kriva Rijeka, Srednje, Čifluk Crna Rijeka, Rakova Noga, Vogošća, Nahorevo, Kulijes, Rakovica, Hadžići, Drozgometva, Pazarić and the villages of Luka i Žeravica.

The occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by the Autro-Hungarian Empire led to many changes which manifested to administrative and political changes. The territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina was divided into districts and further divided into counties. The counties were divided into municipalities, instead of dzemats, and they were furthermore divided into mahallahs and hamlets while the functions of the muhtars and village chiefs remained the same. The modern municipality of Ilijaš at that time was divided into the Sarajevo and Visoko counties and the boundary line between these two counties was the Povučje stream and the hill Bukovac which was between the stream and Ljubina.

The administrative division of Bosnia and Herzegovina until the formation of bans in 1929 remained the same even during the Austro-Hungarian occupation. Only after 1922 oblasts were formed instead of districts. Everything remained the same until 1941. Right after the freeing of the temporary national assembly of the Federal Bosnia and Herzegovina the assembly’s first session in August 1945 brought up the law of the territorial division of Bosnia and Herzegovina in districts, counties and areas of local people’s committees and their headquarters.

In May 1952 there was an organization of people’s committees. Those local people’s committees founded the local municipalities, which led to self-management of the municipalities, including the municipality of Ilijaš.[2]

Demographics

1971

According to 1971 population census there were 23,007 residents.

1991

According to 1991 population census there were 25,184 residents.[3]

  • Serbs - 11,325 (44.96%)
  • Bosniaks - 10,585 (42.03%)
  • Croats - 1,736 (6.89%)
  • Yugoslavs - 1,167 (4.63%)
  • others - 371 (1.47%)

Inhabited places

The municipality of Ilijaš is constructed by two parts. A town of Ilijaš and an upper municipality. The town of Ilijaš is completed by several places. The biggest and most urban is the center and it has about 10,000 residents, second is the neighborhood of Misoča, in the Bosnian language known as Naselje Misoča. It is the biggest community in the municipality of Ilijaš with 1500 residents. Ethnically, there is majority of Bosniaks of about 1300 people, 250 are Serbs, 50 are Croats, with none classified as others. Other places, of the municipality of Ilijaš, are Podlugovi, Lješevo, Stari Ilijaš and Malešići.

BalibegovićiBanjerBokšićiBuljetovinaČemernicaČetojevićiDonja BiočaDonja MisočaDonje SeloDonji ČevljanovićiDragoradiDraževićiDuboki PotokDuševineGajeviGajineGojanovićiGornja BiočaGornja MisočaGornji ČevljanovićiHadžićiHan KaraulaHan ŠićiHomar • Ilijaš • IvančićiKadarićiKamenicaKaraulaKoritaKošareKožljeKrčevineKrivajevićiKunosićiLađevićiLipnikLukaLuka kod StublinaLješevoLjubinaLjubnićiMalešićiMedojevićiMoševićiMrakovoNišićiOdžakOzrenPodlipnikPodlugoviPopovićiRakova NogaRibarićiRudnik ČevljanovićiSirovineSolakovićiSovrleSrednjeStomorineStublineSudićiŠabanciŠljemeTaračin DoVelika NjivaVidotinaVilićVisojevicaVišnjicaVladojevićiVlaškovoVrutciVukasovićiVuknićiZakutnicaZlotege

Twin towns - sister cities

Ilijaš is twinned with:

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.ilijas.ba/Uprava Općine Ilijaš
  2. ^ [2]
  3. ^ * Official results from the book: Ethnic composition of Bosnia-Herzegovina population, by municipalities and settlements, 1991. census, Zavod za statistiku Bosne i Hercegovine - Bilten no.234, Sarajevo 1991.

External links

  • Ilijaš - Official website of the town.
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