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Vlasenica

Vlasenica
Власеница
Skyline of Vlasenica
Coat of arms of Vlasenica
Coat of arms
Location of Vlasenica within Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location of Vlasenica within Bosnia and Herzegovina
Country  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Entity  Republika Srpska
Government
 • Mayor Domagoj Zezelj[1] (SDS)
Area
 • Total 448,14 km2 (17,303 sq mi)
Population (2013 census)
 • Total 12,349
 • Density 54,8/km2 (1,420/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Area code(s) 56
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Vlasenica (Serbian Cyrillic: Власеница) is a municipality and town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Republika Srpska entity. Administratively it is part of Vlasenica Region.

Contents

  • Population 1
    • 1912 1.1
    • 1971 1.2
    • 1981 1.3
    • 1991 1.4
  • Notable people 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4
  • Notes 5

Population

1912

According to the book notes out of "Bosnischer Bote" ("Bosanski Glasnik", translated by Fikret Bahtijarević, s.r.) in 1912 Vlasenica had 1,917 citizens, out of which 1,480 were Bosniaks, 398 Serbs, 72 Croats and 12 Evangelicals.

1971

26,623 total

1981

30,498 total

  • Bosniaks - 15,337 (50.28)
  • Serbs - 13,531 (44.36)
  • Croats - 44 (0.14)
  • Yugoslavs - 889 (2.91)
  • Others - 697 (2.31)

1991

In the 1991 census the municipality had a population 33,817. The distribution was:[2]

  • Bosniaks - 18,699 (55.29%)
  • Serbs - 14,356 (42.25%)
  • Yugoslavs - 336 (0.99%)
  • Croats - 40 (0.12%)
  • Others 386 (1.14%)

The town itself had a population of 7,916. The distribution was:

  • Bosniaks - 4,794 (61%)
  • Serbs - 2,777 (35%)
  • Yugoslavs - 243 (0.03%)
  • Croats - 28 (0.003%)
  • others 74 (0.093%)

Notable people

See also

External links

  • http://www.vlasenica-turizam.org
  • http://www.vlasenica.rs
  • http://www.vlasenica.info
  • http://www.vlasenica.eu
  • Hotel "М" Vlasenica
  • http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jul/04/how-britain-and-us-abandoned-srebrenica-massacre-1995

Notes

  1. ^ [2]
  2. ^ http://www.fzs.ba/Podaci/nacion%20po%20mjesnim.pdf

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