This article presents a list of the localities of central Serbia and Voïvodine , i.e. a list of the cities and principal villages of the country.

Definitions

The “local community” (mesna zajednica) is smallest administrative unit of the Serbia. The majority of these local communities correspond to “localities” (naselje), which are sometimes cities sometimes villages. In Serbia, the distinction between a city (grad) and a village (selo) are not related to the number of the inhabitants; the " ville" is a question of official statute, obtained during the history and, more recently, by administrative decision. Thus some " villes" are slightly populated, while some " villages" have an important population.

In the rural areas, certain slightly populated villages can be gathered in the same “local community”; others, more important, can be divided into several local communities. In all these cases, the Serb locality resembles the French Canton a little.

The big cities, like Belgrade, Kragujevac, Niš or Novi Sad, are they also divided into local communities. In this case, mutatis-mutandis , these communities resembles a little the district S of the French big cities (Paris, Lyon, Marseilles, for example).

These local communities are chaired by “councils” ( saveti ) elected.

The local communities are gathered in a municipality (opština), a little similar to a French Département. In the same way, the municipalities are gathered in an administrative unit of higher level, the district (okrug), which is a little the equivalent of a French Région. Thus the district of Belgrade, which has as an administrative center the town of Belgrade itself, is a little the analog with the French area of Île-de-France.

It is advisable, of course, to be careful with these analogies.

See also:

Conventions

  • the localities are classified in the province (central Serbia, Voïvodine), in the district then in the municipality to which they belong. In waiting of the final statute of the Kosovo, the localities of this province, currently autonomous within the Serbia, are not indexed.

  • Inside the municipalities, the localities are classified in the Serb alphabetical order. It is thus, for example, which a city whose name begins with a " V" will be classified immediately after the cities starting with a " B".

  • the localities which counted more: 2000 inhabitants at the time of the census of 2002 are indicated in bold characters .

  • If a locality, whatever the number of its inhabitants, has the statute of " ville" , this statute will be specified between brackets.

Localities of central Serbia

District of Belgrade

The administrative center of the district is the town of Belgrade .

  • Municipality of Rakovica: part of Belgrade .

  • Municipality of Stari Grad: part of Belgrade .

District of Bor

The town of Bor is the administrative center of the district.

District of Braničevo

Požarevac is the administrative center of the district.

District of Jablanica

Leskovac is the administrative center of the district.

District of Kolubara

The town of Valjevo is the administrative center of the district.

District of Mačva

Šabac is the administrative center of the district.

District of Moravica

Čačak is the administrative center of the district.

District of Nišava

The town of Niš is the administrative center of the district.

  • Municipality of Merošina: Azbresnica, Aleksandrovo, Arbanasce, Balajnac, Baličevac, Batušinac, Biljeg, Brest, Bučić, Gornja Rasovača, Gradište, Devča, Dešilovo, Donja Rasovača, Dudulajce, Jovanovac, Jug Bogdanovac, Kovanluk, Kostadinovac, Krajkovac, Lepaja, Merošina, Mramorsko Brdo, Oblačina, Padina, Rožina and Čubura.

District of Pčinja

The town of Vranje is the administrative center of the district.

District of Pirot

The town of Pirot is the administrative center of this district.

District of Podunavlje

The town of Smederevo is the administrative center of the district.

District of Pomoravlje

The town of Jagodina is the administrative center of the district.

District of Rasina

The town of Kruševac is the administrative center of the district.

District of Raška

The town of Kraljevo is the administrative center of the district.

District of Šumadija

The town of Kragujevac is the administrative center of the district.

District of Toplica

The town of Prokuplje is the administrative center of the district.

District of Zaječar

The town of Zaječar is the administrative center of the district.

District of Zlatibor

The town of Užice is the administrative center of the district.

Localities of Voïvodine

District of central Banat

Zrenjanin is the administrative center of the district.

District of southernmost Banat

The town of Pančevo is the administrative center of the district.

District of septentrional Banat

The town of Kikinda is the administrative center of the district.

District of Bačka Southerner

Novi Sad is the administrative center of the district.

District of Bačka Western

Sombor is the administrative center of the district.

District of Bačka septentrional

The town of Subotica is the administrative center of the district.

District of Syrmie (Srem)

The town of Sremska Mitrovica is the administrative center of the district.

Reference

'' Municipalités of Serbia '', Office of the statistics of the Republic of Serbia, edition 2006, ISSN 1452-4856

External bond

Conference of the cities and municipalities of Serbia

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