Ledinci

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Ledinci
Лединци
Village
Ledinci
Ledinci
Official seal of Ledinci
Seal
Ledinci is located in Serbia
Ledinci
Ledinci
Location in Serbia
Coordinates: 45°12′39″N 19°48′13″E / 45.21083°N 19.80361°E / 45.21083; 19.80361Coordinates: 45°12′39″N 19°48′13″E / 45.21083°N 19.80361°E / 45.21083; 19.80361
Country  Serbia
District South Bačka
Municipality Petrovaradin
Population (2002) 1,623
Time zone UTC+1
Area code(s) + 381(0)21

Ledinci (Serbian Cyrillic: Лединци), also known as Novi Ledinci (Serbian Cyrillic: Нови Лединци), is a village located in the Petrovaradin municipality, one of two municipalities of Novi Sad City, in Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village is part of the metropolitan area of Novi Sad.

Population[edit]

Orthodox Church in Ledinci
Ledinci

The population of the village is 1,623 people (2002 census) and most of its inhabitants are ethnic Serbs.

Historical population:

  • 1961: 1,013
  • 1971: 1,194
  • 1981: 1,707
  • 1991: 1,922

Geography[edit]

The village is geographically located in Srem, but it is part of South Bačka District. There are two villages with this name: Novi Ledinci (New Ledinci) and Stari Ledinci (Old Ledinci). Today, the name "Ledinci" is officially used to designate Novi Ledinci, while other village is officially known as Stari Ledinci. Both villages are located in Petrovaradin municipality, on the brows of Fruška Gora mountain.

History[edit]

The village of Novi Ledinci was founded after the Second World War. It was built for inhabitants of Stari Ledinci, since this village was destroyed during the war. Later, the village of Stari Ledinci was rebuilt too.

Family names of the villagers[edit]

Some prominent families in the village include: Alimpijević, Antonijević, Arackić, Arsenijević, Avramović, Bačić, Batajić, Božić, Čelić, Čerkez, Dešanović, Dikić, Dimitrijević, Doroci, Đermanov, Florić, Isajević, Jeftić, Jovanović, Kirilović, Kiselica, Kovačević, Krstić, Lukić, Marinković, Matić, Mikerević, Milinković, Milićević Miloradović, Milošević, Milutinović, Mirković, Nikolić, Ninković, Pavlov , Pantelić, Petrić, Petrović, Pisarević, Poguberović, Popović, Prodanović, Prokić, Rakić, Rukavina, Stanković, Suvajdžić, Teofanović, Vojnović, Vrčinac, Vujković, Zaklanac, Zarić, Zoranović, Vasilić, Vukajlović, Stjepanović, Mršić, Vujinović, etc.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Slobodan Ćurčić, Broj stanovnika Vojvodine, Novi Sad, 1996.

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