List of cities in Croatia
This is a list of places in Croatia. The list is arranged according to the official specifications from the Croatian law on the territories of the counties, cities and towns in Croatia on 19 July 2006.
Full List of Towns and Municipalities
Croatia 's 20 counties ( kroat. županija, Mz Zupanije ) and the capital Zagreb, which itself has the skills of a county, divided. The counties are subdivided in turn into municipalities ( Croatian Općina, Mz Opčine ), part of which city status (in Croatian grad) has. Overall, the administration is divided into 124 towns and 426 municipalities. Places that are no communities are not mentioned in the list.
" Car " and " boat ": each indicator
* Islands, at the same time possess the status of a municipality
Urban settlements by population
By far the largest agglomeration in Croatia is Zagreb, with a population of 1,095,383 (as of 1 January 2006). Thus, a quarter of the country's people live in the capital region.
The following table lists the urban settlements in Croatia with more than 10,000 inhabitants, the results of the censuses ( VZ ) of 31 March 1981 and 31 March 2001, a calculation for January 1, 2006 and the parent administrative unit ( county, Croatian županija, Pl Zupanije ), to which the city is listed. The capital city of Zagreb has a special status and belong to any county. The population figures refer (Croatian degree or Općina ) to the respective urban settlement in the strict sense ( naselje within the meaning of Croatian Bureau of Statistics ), not to the city or town in the political sense.
( VZ = census, B = calculation)
Alphabetical Overview of cities
In Croatia there are officially 124 cities in the political sense (Croatian degree, Pl gradovi ). These are listed below in alphabetical order, followed by the number of inhabitants (as of 2001) and the county to which they belong. The seats of the counties are indicated by asterisks. The Italian place names also officially used in the Istria County are in parentheses after the Croatian.
1: 2001 census, Source: http://www.dzs.hr/. The figures relate to the whole politically to the respective city (grad ) associated area. 2: Like 1 The numbers refer to the respective eponymous central, mostly urban settlement ( naselje within the meaning of Croatian Bureau of Statistics ) political belonging without further to the city in the strict sense villages. 3: The city of Kastela includes seven adjacent towns of similar size ( in brackets the number of inhabitants in 2001 ): Kastel Gomilica ( 4075 ), Kastel Luksic ( 4505 ), Kastel Luksic ( 4880 ), Kastel Novi ( 5309 ), Kastel Stari ( 6448 ), Kastel Sućurac ( 6236 ) and Kastel Štafilić ( 2650 ). 4: Pazin is the official seat of Istria County and the seat of Gespanschaftsversammlung, Pula seat of Gespanschaftsregierung. 5: For the City of Zagreb includes, but is the place Sesvete with 44 914 inhabitants ( 2001), the largest town in Croatia, which is not an independent city or town. 6: The City of Zagreb is the seat of the County of Zagreb, not one but themselves to this county, but shall exercise the duties of a county even with out.
- Cista Provo
- Funtana Vrsar
- Gornje Jejenje
- Gornje Stuonik
- Islam Latinski
- Krapinske Toplice
- Mali Iz
- Nova Gradiška
- Plitvice Jezera
- Sesvete (district of Zagreb)
- Severin na Kupi
- Siroko Polje
- Sveti Martin na Muri
- Vrbnik (Krk)
- Vrbnik ( Dalmatia )
- Vrelo Koreničko
- Vrpolje ( Dalmatia )
- Vrpolje ( Slavonia )