Kisač , in Serb Cyrillic Кисач, in Slovak Kysáč and Hungarian Kiszács, is a locality of Serbia located in the autonomous province of Voïvodine. It belongs to the municipality of Novi Sad in the district of Bačka Southerner. In 2002, it counted: 5471 inhabitants, of which a majority of Slovak.
Kisač, officially classified among the villages of Serbia, is mentioned for the first time in 1457 under the name of KIS-Alcs . Under the Ottoman Empire, Kisač was populated by Serbes. The modern locality of Kisač is mentioned for the first time towards 1770, at the time of the installation of Slovak populations. The village became soon the Slovak locality more impotante of the area of the Bačka. It took its current face when it was joins together with the locality close to Tankosićevo.
- Seen satellite of Kisač
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