List of cities, towns and villages in Vojvodina

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This is a list of cities, towns and villages in Vojvodina, a province of Serbia.

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List of largest cities and towns in Vojvodina[edit]

City / town Cyrillic
Name
District Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Image
Novi Sad Нови Сад South Bačka 191,405
(216,583) (*)
250,439
(277,522) (*)
Subotica Суботица North Bačka 99,981 97,910
Zrenjanin Зрењанин Central Banat 79,773 76,511
Pančevo Панчево South Banat 77,087 76,203
Sombor Сомбор West Bačka 51,471 47,623
Kikinda Кикинда North Banat 41,935 38,065
Sremska Mitrovica Сремска Митровица Syrmia 39,084 37,751
Vršac Вршац South Banat 36,623 36,040
Ruma Рума Syrmia 32,229 30,076
Bačka Palanka Бачка Паланка South Bačka 29,449 28,239
Inđija Инђија Syrmia 26,247 26,025
Vrbas Врбас South Bačka 25,907 24,112
Bečej Бечеј South Bačka 25,774 23,895
Temerin Темерин South Bačka 19,216 19,661
Senta Сента North Banat 20,302 18,704
Futog Футог South Bačka 18,582 18,641
Stara Pazova Стара Пазова Syrmia 18,645 18,602
Kula Кула West Bačka 19,301 17,866
Apatin Апатин West Bačka 19,320 17,411
(*) Note: second population figure for Novi Sad includes populations of Petrovaradin and Sremska Kamenica.

List of urban settlements in Vojvodina[edit]

List of all urban settlements (cities and towns) in Vojvodina with population figures from recent censuses:[1]

South Bačka District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Bač Бач Bač South Bačka 6,046 6,087 5,399
Bačka Palanka Бачка Паланка Bačka Palanka South Bačka 26,780 29,449 28,239
Bački Jarak Бачки Јарак Temerin South Bačka 5,426 6,049 5,687
Bački Petrovac Бачки Петровац Bački Petrovac South Bačka 7,236 6,727 6,155
Bečej Бечеј Bečej South Bačka 26,634 25,774 23,895
Beočin Беочин Beočin South Bačka 7,873 8,058 7,839
Futog Футог Novi Sad South Bačka 16,048 18,582 18,641
Novi Sad Нови Сад Novi Sad South Bačka 179,626 191,405 250,439
Petrovaradin Петроварадин Petrovaradin, Novi Sad South Bačka 11,285 13,973 14,810
Srbobran Србобран Srbobran South Bačka 12,798 13,091 12,009
Sremska Kamenica Сремска Каменица Petrovaradin, Novi Sad South Bačka 7,955 11,205 12,273
Sremski Karlovci Сремски Карловци Sremski Karlovci South Bačka 7,534 8,839 8,750
Temerin Темерин Temerin South Bačka 16,971 19,216 19,661
Titel Тител Titel South Bačka 6,007 5,894 5,294
Vrbas Врбас Vrbas South Bačka 25,858 25,907 24,112
Žabalj Жабаљ Žabalj South Bačka 8,766 9,598 9,161

West Bačka District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Apatin Апатин Apatin West Bačka 18,389 19,320 17,411
Crvenka Црвенка Kula West Bačka 10,409 10,163 9,001
Kula Кула Kula West Bačka 19,311 19,301 17,866
Odžaci Оџаци Odžaci West Bačka 10,567 9,940 8,811
Sombor Сомбор Sombor West Bačka 48,993 51,471 47,623

North Bačka District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Bačka Topola Бачка Топола Bačka Topola North Bačka 16,704 16,171 14,573
Palić Палић Subotica North Bačka 7,375 7,745 7,771
Subotica Суботица Subotica North Bačka 100,386 99,981 97,910

North Banat District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Ada Ада Ada North Banat 12,078 10,547 9,564
Čoka Чока Čoka North Banat 5,244 4,707 4,028
Kanjiža Кањижа Kanjiža North Banat 11,541 10,200 9,871
Kikinda Кикинда Kikinda North Banat 43,051 41,935 38,065
Mol Мол Ada North Banat 7,522 6,786 6,009
Novi Kneževac Нови Кнежевац Novi Kneževac North Banat 8,062 7,581 6,960
Senta Сента Senta North Banat 22,827 20,302 18,704

Central Banat District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Jaša Tomić Јаша Томић Sečanj Central Banat 3,544 2,982 2,373
Novi Bečej Нови Бечеј Novi Bečej Central Banat 15,404 14,452 13,133
Zrenjanin Зрењанин Zrenjanin Central Banat 81,316 79,773 76,511
Žitište Житиште Žitište Central Banat 3,074 3,242 2,903

South Banat District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Alibunar Алибунар Alibunar South Banat 3,738 3,431 3,007
Banatski Karlovac Банатски Карловац Alibunar South Banat 6,286 5,820 5,082
Bela Crkva Бела Црква Bela Crkva South Banat 11,634 10,675 9,080
Kačarevo Качарево Pančevo South Banat 8,103 7,624 7,100
Kovačica Ковачица Kovačica South Banat 7,426 6,764 6,259
Kovin Ковин Kovin South Banat 13,669 14,250 13,515
Opovo Опово Opovo South Banat 4,777 4,693 4,527
Pančevo Панчево Pančevo South Banat 72,793 77,087 76,203
Starčevo Старчево Pančevo South Banat 7,579 7,615 7,473
Vršac Вршац Vršac South Banat 36,885 36,623 36,040

Syrmia District:

Urban settlement Cyrillic
Name
City / municipality District Population
(1991)
Population
(2002)
Population
(2011)
Inđija Инђија Inđija Syrmia 23,061 26,247 26,025
Irig Ириг Irig Syrmia 4,414 4,848 4,415
Mačvanska Mitrovica Мачванска Митровица Sremska Mitrovica Syrmia 3,788 3,896 3,873
Ruma Рума Ruma Syrmia 28,582 32,229 30,076
Sremska Mitrovica Сремска Митровица Sremska Mitrovica Syrmia 38,834 39,084 37,751
Stara Pazova Стара Пазова Stara Pazova Syrmia 17,110 18,645 18,602
Šid Шид Šid Syrmia 14,275 16,311 14,893

The inhabited places of South Bačka District[edit]

City of Novi Sad - Novi Sad Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Novi Sad Нови Сад city 250,439 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Futog Футог town 18,641 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Begeč Бегеч village 3,325 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Budisava Будисава village 3,656 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čenej Ченеј village 2,125 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kać Каћ village 11,740 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kisač Кисач
(Slovak: Kysáč)
village 5,091 Slovaks Protestantism
Kovilj Ковиљ village 5,414 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Rumenka Руменка village 6,495 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stepanovićevo Степановићево village 2,021 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Veternik Ветерник village 17,454 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited place with Slovak ethnic majority, the name is also given in Slovak.

Hamlets and suburbs:

City of Novi Sad - Petrovaradin Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic
Name
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Petrovaradin Петроварадин town 14,810 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sremska Kamenica Сремска Каменица town 12,273 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bukovac Буковац village 3,936 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ledinci Лединци village 1,912 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stari Ledinci Стари Лединци village 934 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Bač Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Bač Бач town 5,399 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bačko Novo Selo Бачко Ново Село village 1,072 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bođani Бођани village 952 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Plavna Плавна village 1,152 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Selenča Селенча
(Slovak: Selenča)
village 2,996 Slovaks Catholic Christianity
Vajska Вајска village 2,834 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited place with Slovak ethnic majority, the name is also given in Slovak.

Hamlets and suburbs:

Bačka Palanka Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Bačka Palanka Бачка Паланка town 28,239 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čelarevo Челарево village 4,831 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Despotovo Деспотово village 1,853 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gajdobra Гајдобра village 2,578 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Karađorđevo Карађорђево village 738 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mladenovo Младеново village 2,679 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Neštin Нештин village 794 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Nova Gajdobra Нова Гајдобра village 1,220 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Obrovac Обровац village 2,944 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Parage Параге village 921 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Pivnice Пивнице
(Slovak: Pivnice)
village 3,337 Slovaks Protestantism
Silbaš Силбаш village 2,467 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Tovariševo Товаришево village 2,657 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vizić Визић village 270 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited place with Slovak ethnic majority, the name is also given in Slovak.

Bački Petrovac Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Bački Petrovac Бачки Петровац
(Slovak: Petrovec)
town 6,155 Slovaks Protestantism
Gložan Гложан
(Slovak: Hložany)
village 2,002 Slovaks Protestantism
Kulpin Кулпин
(Slovak: Kulpín)
village 2,775 Slovaks Protestantism
Maglić Маглић village 2,486 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Slovak ethnic majority, the names are also given in Slovak.

Bečej Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Bečej Бечеј
(Hungarian: Óbecse)
town 23,895 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bačko Gradište Бачко Градиште
(Hungarian: Bácsföldvár)
village 5,110 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bačko Petrovo Selo Бачко Петрово Село
(Hungarian: Péterréve)
village 6,350 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Mileševo Милешево
(Hungarian: Drea)
village 909 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Radičević Радичевић village 1,087 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with absolute or relative Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Hamlets:

Beočin Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Beočin Беочин town 7,839 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banoštor Баноштор village 743 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čerević Черевић village 2,800 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Grabovo Грабово village 100 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Lug Луг
(Slovak: Lúg)
village 709 Slovaks Protestantism
Rakovac Раковац village 2,248 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Susek Сусек village 996 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sviloš Свилош village 291 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited place with Slovak ethnic majority, the name is also given in Slovak.

Hamlets:

Srbobran Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic
Name
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Srbobran Србобран town 12,009 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Nadalj Надаљ village 2,008 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Turija[disambiguation needed] Турија village 2,300 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Hamlets:

Sremski Karlovci Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic
Name
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Sremski Karlovci Сремски Карловци town 8,750 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Temerin Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic
Name
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Temerin Темерин town 19,661 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bački Jarak Бачки Јарак town 5,687 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sirig Сириг village 2,939 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Titel Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic
Name
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Titel Тител town 5,294 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gardinovci Гардиновци village 1,297 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Lok Лок village 1,114 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mošorin Мошорин village 2,569 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Šajkaš Шајкаш village 4,374 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vilovo Вилово village 1,090 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Vrbas Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Vrbas Врбас town 24,112 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bačko Dobro Polje Бачко Добро Поље village 3,541 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kosančić Косанчић village 101 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kucura Куцура
(Rusyn: Коцур)
village 4,348 Rusyns Greek Catholic Christianity
Ravno Selo Равно Село village 3,107 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Savino Selo Савино Село
(Montenegrin: Savino Selo
/ Савино Село)
village 2,957 Montenegrins Orthodox Christianity
Zmajevo Змајево village 3,926 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Montenegrin and Rusyn plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Žabalj Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic
Name
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Žabalj Жабаљ town 9,161 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čurug Чуруг village 8,166 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Đurđevo Ђурђево village 5,092 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gospođinci Госпођинци village 3,715 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

The inhabited places of West Bačka District[edit]

City of Sombor[edit]

Municipality
of Sombor

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Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Sombor Сомбор city 47,623 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Aleksa Šantić Алекса Шантић village 1,770 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bački Breg Бачки Брег
(Croatian: Bereg)
village 1,140 Croats Catholic Christianity
Bački Monoštor Бачки Моноштор
(Croatian: Monoštor)
village 3,485 Croats Catholic Christianity
Bezdan Бездан
(Hungarian: Bezdán)
village 4,623 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Čonoplja Чонопља village 3,426 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Doroslovo Дорослово
(Hungarian: Doroszló)
village 1,497 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Gakovo Гаково village 1,810 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kljajićevo Кљајићево village 5,045 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kolut Колут village 1,327 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Rastina Растина village 411 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Riđica Риђица village 2,011 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stanišić Станишић village 3,987 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stapar Стапар village 3,282 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Svetozar Miletić Светозар Милетић
(Hungarian: Nemesmilitics)
village 2,746 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Telečka Телечка
(Hungarian: Bácsgyulafalva)
village 1,720 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Croatian and Hungarian majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Hamlets and suburbs:

Apatin Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Apatin Апатин town 17,411 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kupusina Купусина
(Hungarian: Bácskertes)
village 1,952 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Prigrevica Пригревица village 4,016 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sonta Сонта
(Croatian: Sonta)
village 4,331 Croats Catholic Christianity
Svilojevo Свилојево
(Hungarian: Szilágyi)
village 1,219 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Croatian and Hungarian majority, the names are also given in these languages.

Hamlets:

Kula Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Kula Кула town 17,866 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Crvenka Црвенка town 9,001 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kruščić Крушчић
(Montenegrin: Kruščić
/ Крушчић)
village 1,852 Montenegrins Orthodox Christianity
Lipar Липар village 1,482 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Nova Crvenka Нова Црвенка village 420 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ruski Krstur Руски Крстур
(Rusyn: Руски Керестур)
village 4,585 Rusyns Greek Catholic Christianity
Sivac Сивац village 7,895 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Rusyn and Montenegrin majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Odžaci Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Odžaci Оџаци town 8,810 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bački Brestovac Бачки Брестовац village 2,819 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bački Gračac Бачки Грачац village 2,286 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bogojevo Богојево
(Hungarian: Gombos)
village 1,744 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Deronje Дероње village 2,487 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Karavukovo Каравуково village 4,215 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Lalić Лалић
(Slovak: Laliť)
village 1,343 Slovaks Protestantism
Ratkovo Ратково village 3,411 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Srpski Miletić Српски Милетић village 3,038 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian and Slovak majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

The inhabited places of North Bačka District[edit]

City of Subotica[edit]

Municipality of
Subotica

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Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Subotica Суботица
(Hungarian: Szabadka)
city 97,910 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Palić Палић
(Hungarian: Palics)
town 7,771 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bački Vinogradi Бачки Виногради
(Hungarian: Királyhalma)
village 1,922 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bačko Dušanovo Бачко Душаново
(Hungarian: Zentaörs)
village 627 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bajmok Бајмок village 7,414 Serbs Catholic Christianity
Bikovo Биково
(Croatian: Bikovo)
village 1,487 Croats Catholic Christianity
Čantavir Чантавир
(Hungarian: Csantavér)
village 6,591 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Donji Tavankut Доњи Таванкут
(Croatian: Donji Tavankut)
village 2,327 Croats Catholic Christianity
Đurđin Ђурђин
(Croatian: Đurđin)
village 1,441 Croats Catholic Christianity
Gornji Tavankut Горњи Таванкут
(Croatian: Gornji Tavankut)
village 1,097 Croats Catholic Christianity
Hajdukovo Хајдуково
(Hungarian: Hajdújárás)
village 2,313 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Kelebija Келебија
(Hungarian: Kelebia)
village 2,142 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Ljutovo Љутово
(Bunjevac: Ljutovo)
village 1,067 Bunjevci Catholic Christianity
Mala Bosna Мала Босна
(Croatian: Mala Bosna)
village 1,082 Croats Catholic Christianity
Mišićevo Мишићево village 377 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novi Žednik Нови Жедник village 2,381 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stari Žednik Стари Жедник
(Croatian: Stari Žednik)
village 1,947 Croats Catholic Christianity
Šupljak Шупљак
(Hungarian: Ludas)
village 1,115 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Višnjevac Вишњевац village 543 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian, Croatian and Bunjevac majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Hamlets:

Bačka Topola Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Bačka Topola Бачка Топола
(Hungarian: Topolya)
town 14,573 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bački Sokolac Бачки Соколац village 480 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bagremovo Багремово
(Hungarian: Brazília)
village 151 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bajša Бајша
(Hungarian: Bajsa)
village 2,297 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bogaraš Богараш
(Hungarian: Bogaras)
village 83 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Gornja Rogatica Горња Рогатица village 409 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gunaroš Гунарош
(Hungarian: Gunaras)
village 1,264 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Karađorđevo Карађорђево village 468 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kavilo Кавило
(Hungarian: Rákóczitelkep)
village 177 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Krivaja Криваја village 653 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mali Beograd Мали Београд village 456 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mićunovo Мићуново village 469 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novo Orahovo Ново Орахово
(Hungarian: Zentagunaras)
village 1,768 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Njegoševo Његошево village 534 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Obornjača Оборњача village uninhabited uninhabited in 2011 uninhabited in 2011
Pačir Пачир
(Hungarian: Pacsér)
village 2,580 Hungarians Protestantism
Panonija Панонија village 607 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Pobeda Победа
(Hungarian: Győztes)
village 271 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Srednji Salaš Средњи Салаш village 104 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stara Moravica Стара Моравица
(Hungarian: Bácskossuthfalva)
village 5,051 Hungarians Protestantism
Svetićevo Светићево village 147 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Tomislavci Томиславци village 541 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Zobnatica Зобнатица
(Hungarian: Zobnaticza)
village 238 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with absolute or relative Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Mali Iđoš Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Mali Iđoš Мали Иђош
(Hungarian: Kishegyes)
village 4,890 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Feketić Фекетић
(Hungarian: Bácsfeketehegy)
village 3,980 Hungarians Protestantism
Lovćenac Ловћенац
(Montenegrin: Lovćenac
/ Ловћенац)
village 3,161 Montenegrins Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian and Montenegrin majority, the names are also given in these languages.

The inhabited places of North Banat District[edit]

Kikinda municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Kikinda Кикинда town 38,065 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatska Topola Банатска Топола village 866 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatsko Veliko Selo Банатско Велико Село village 2,512 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bašaid Башаид village 3,123 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Iđoš Иђош village 1,822 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mokrin Мокрин village 5,270 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Nakovo Наково village 1,918 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novi Kozarci Нови Козарци village 1,894 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Rusko Selo Руско Село village 2,813 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sajan Сајан
(Hungarian: Szaján)
village 1,170 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the place with Hungarian ethnic majority, the name is also given in Hungarian.

Hamlets:

Novi Kneževac municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Novi Kneževac Нови Кнежевац town 6,960 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatsko Aranđelovo Банатско Аранђелово village 1,398 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Đala Ђала village 796 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Filić Филић village 136 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Majdan Мајдан
(Hungarian: Magyarmajdány)
village 210 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Podlokanj Подлокањ village 144 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Rabe Рабе
(Hungarian: Rábé)
village 106 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Siget Сигет village 198 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Srpski Krstur Српски Крстур village 1,321 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Čoka municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Čoka Чока
(Hungarian: Csóka)
town 4,028 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Banatski Monoštor Банатски Моноштор
(Hungarian: Kanizsamonostor)
village 102 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Crna Bara Црна Бара
(Hungarian: Feketetó)
village 437 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Jazovo Јазово
(Hungarian: Hódegyháza)
village 742 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Ostojićevo Остојићево village 2,324 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Padej Падеј
(Hungarian: Padé)
village 2,376 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Sanad Санад village 1,151 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vrbica Врбица
(Hungarian: Egyházaskér)
village 238 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with absolute or relative Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Ada municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Ada Ада
(Hungarian: Ada)
town 9,564 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Mol Мол
(Hungarian: Mohol)
town 6,009 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Obornjača Оборњача
(Hungarian: Völgypart)
village 326 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Sterijino Стеријино
(Hungarian: Valkaisor)
village 186 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Utrine Утрине
(Hungarian: Törökfalu)
village 906 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Kanjiža Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Kanjiža Кањижа
(Hungarian: Magyarkanizsa)
town 9,871 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Adorjan Адорјан
(Hungarian: Adorján)
village 1,037 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Doline Долине
(Hungarian: Völgyes)
village 390 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Horgoš Хоргош
(Hungarian: Horgos)
village 5,709 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Male Pijace Мале Пијаце
(Hungarian: Kispiac)
village 1,811 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Mali Pesak Мали Песак
(Hungarian: Kishomok)
village 94 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Martonoš Мартонош
(Hungarian: Martonos)
village 1,988 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Novo Selo Ново Село
(Hungarian: Újfalu)
village 157 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Orom Ором
(Hungarian: Orom)
village 1,423 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Totovo Selo Тотово Село
(Hungarian: Tóthfalu)
village 618 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Trešnjevac Трешњевац
(Hungarian: Oromhegyes)
village 1,724 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Velebit Велебит village 277 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vojvoda Zimonić Војвода Зимонић
(Hungarian: Ilonafalu)
village 244 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Senta Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Senta Сента
(Hungarian: Zenta)
town 18,704 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Bogaraš Богараш
(Hungarian: Bogaras)
village 568 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Gornji Breg Горњи Брег
(Hungarian: Felsőhegy)
village 1,726 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Kevi Кеви
(Hungarian: Kevi)
village 726 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Tornjoš Торњош
(Hungarian: Tornyos)
village 1,592 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

The inhabited places of Central Banat District[edit]

City of Zrenjanin[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Zrenjanin Зрењанин city 76,511 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Aradac Арадац village 3,335 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatski Despotovac Банатски Деспотовац village 1,291 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Belo Blato Бело Блато
(Slovak: Biele Blato)
village 1,342 Slovaks Catholic Christianity
Botoš Ботош village 1,860 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čenta Чента village 3,050 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ečka Ечка village 3,999 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Elemir Елемир village 4,338 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Farkaždin Фаркаждин village 1,179 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jankov Most Јанков Мост
(Romanian: Iancăid)
village 530 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Klek Клек village 2,706 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Knićanin Книћанин village 1,753 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Lazarevo Лазарево village 2,877 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Lukićevo Лукићево village 1,804 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Lukino Selo Лукино Село
(Hungarian: Lukácsfalva)
village 498 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Melenci Меленци village 5,982 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mihajlovo Михајлово
(Hungarian: Magyarszentmihály)
village 948 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Orlovat Орловат village 1,516 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Perlez Перлез village 3,383 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stajićevo Стајићево village 1,941 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Taraš Тараш village 1,009 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Tomaševac Томашевац village 1,510 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian, Romanian or Slovak majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Hamlets:

Novi Bečej Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Novi Bečej Нови Бечеј town 13,133 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bočar Бочар village 1,488 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kumane Кумане village 3,284 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novo Miloševo Ново Милошево village 6,020 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Nova Crnja Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Nova Crnja Нова Црња
(Hungarian: Magyarcsernye)
village 1,509 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Aleksandrovo Александрово village 2,130 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Radojevo Радојево village 1,056 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Srpska Crnja Српска Црња village 3,685 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Toba Тоба
(Hungarian: Tóba)
village 518 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Vojvoda Stepa Војвода Степа village 1,374 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Žitište Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Žitište Житиште town 2,898 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatski Dvor Банатски Двор village 1,095 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatsko Karađorđevo Банатско Карађорђево village 2,091 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatsko Višnjićevo Банатско Вишњићево village 258 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čestereg Честерег village 1,113 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Hetin Хетин
(Hungarian: Hetény)
village 537 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Međa Међа village 838 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novi Itebej Нови Итебеј
(Hungarian: Magyarittabé)
village 1,147 Hungarians Protestantism
Ravni Topolovac Равни Тополовац village 1,137 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Srpski Itebej Српски Итебеј village 1,969 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Torak Торак
(Romanian: Torac)
village 2,291 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Torda Торда
(Hungarian: Torda)
village 1,462 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian or Romanian majority, the names are also given in these languages.

Sečanj Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Sečanj Сечањ village 2,107 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jaša Tomić Јаша Томић town 2,373 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatska Dubica Банатска Дубица village 324 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Boka Бока village 1,412 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Busenje Бусење
(Hungarian: Káptalanfalva)
village 63 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Jarkovac Јарковац village 1.505 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Konak Конак village 777 Serbs Catholic Christianity
Krajišnik Крајишник village 1,719 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Neuzina Неузина village 1,256 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sutjeska Сутјеска village 1,478 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Šurjan Шурјан village 253 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the place with Hungarian ethnic majority, the name is also given in Hungarian.

The inhabited places of South Banat District[edit]

City of Pančevo[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Pančevo Панчево city 76,203 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kačarevo Качарево town 7,100 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Starčevo Старчево town 7,473 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatski Brestovac Банатски Брестовац village 3,251 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatsko Novo Selo Банатско Ново Село village 6,686 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Dolovo Долово village 6,146 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Glogonj Глогоњ village 3,012 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ivanovo Иваново
(Hungarian: Sándoregyháza)
village 1,053 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Jabuka Јабука village 6,181 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Omoljica Омољица village 6,309 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the place with Hungarian ethnic plurality, the name is also given in Hungarian.

Kovin Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Kovin Ковин town 13,499 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bavanište Баваниште village 5,820 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Deliblato Делиблато village 2,939 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Dubovac Дубовац village 1,188 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gaj Гај village 2,929 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Malo Bavanište Мало Баваниште village 332 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mramorak Мраморак village 2,690 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Pločica Плочица village 1,794 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Skorenovac Скореновац
(Hungarian: Székelykeve)
village 2,354 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Šumarak Шумарак
(Hungarian: Emánueltelep)
village 161 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Note: For the places with Hungarian ethnic majority or plurality, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Opovo Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Opovo Опово town 4,527 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Baranda Баранда village 1,544 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sakule Сакуле village 1,847 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sefkerin Сефкерин village 2,522 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Kovačica Municipality[edit]

Municipality
of Kovačica

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Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Kovačica Ковачица
(Slovak: Kovačica)
town 6,259 Slovaks Protestantism
Crepaja Црепаја village 4,364 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Debeljača Дебељача
(Hungarian: Torontálvásárhely)
village 4,913 Hungarians Protestantism
Idvor Идвор village 974 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Padina Падина
(Slovak: Padina)
village 5,531 Slovaks Protestantism
Putnikovo Путниково village 200 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Samoš Самош village 1,004 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Uzdin Уздин
(Romanian: Uzdâni)
village 2,029 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Slovak, Hungarian or Romanian majority, the names are also given in these languages.

Alibunar Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Alibunar Алибунар town 2,883 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatski Karlovac Банатски Карловац town 5,082 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Dobrica Добрица village 1,076 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ilandža Иланџа village 1,422 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Janošik Јаношик
(Slovak: Jánošík)
village 966 Slovaks Protestantism
Lokve Локве
(Romanian: Locve)
village 1,772 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Nikolinci Николинци
(Romanian: Nicolinţ)
village 1,131 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Novi Kozjak Нови Козјак village 636 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Seleuš Селеуш
(Romanian: Seleuş)
village 1,191 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Vladimirovac Владимировац village 3,868 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Romanian or Slovak majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Hamlets:

Plandište Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Plandište Пландиште village 3,825 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatski Sokolac Банатски Соколац village 272 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Barice Барице
(Romanian: Sân-Ianăş)
village 516 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Dužine Дужине village 147 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Hajdučica Хајдучица
(Slovak: Hajdušica)
village 1,150 Slovaks Protestantism
Jermenovci Јерменовци
(Hungarian: Ürményháza)
village 905 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Kupinik Купиник village 238 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Laudonovac Лаудоновац village 21 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Margita Маргита village 924 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Markovićevo Марковићево village 160 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Miletićevo Милетићево village 497 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stari Lec Стари Лец village 963 Serbs undeclared
Velika Greda Велика Греда village 1,158 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Veliki Gaj Велики Гај village 560 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Romanian, Hungarian or Slovak majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Vršac Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Vršac Вршац town 36,040 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gudurica Гудурица village 1,094 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Izbište Избиште village 1,472 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jablanka Јабланка
(Romanian: Iablanca)
village 251 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Kuštilj Куштиљ
(Romanian: Coştei)
village 748 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Mali Žam Мали Жам
(Romanian: Jamu Mic)
village 283 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Malo Središte Мало Средиште
(Romanian: Srediştea Mică)
village 89 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Markovac Марковац
(Romanian: Marcovăţ)
village 255 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Mesić Месић
(Romanian: Mesici)
village 198 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Orešac Орешац
(Romanian: Oreşaţ)
village 382 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Parta Парта village 376 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Pavliš Павлиш village 2,195 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Potporanj Потпорањ village 272 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ritiševo Ритишево
(Romanian: Râtişor)
village 549 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Sočica Сочица
(Romanian: Sălciţa)
village 133 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Straža Стража
(Romanian: Straja)
village 531 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Šušara Шушара
(Hungarian: Fejértelep)
village 333 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Uljma Уљма village 3,269 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vatin Ватин village 238 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Veliko Središte Велико Средиште village 1,270 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vlajkovac Влајковац village 1,148 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vojvodinci Војводинци
(Romanian: Voivodinţ)
village 363 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Vršački Ritovi Вршачки Ритови village 37 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Zagajica Загајица village 500 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Romanian or Hungarian majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Bela Crkva Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Bela Crkva Бела Црква town 9,080 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatska Palanka Банатска Паланка village 682 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Banatska Subotica Банатска Суботица village 169 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Crvena Crkva Црвена Црква village 666 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Češko Selo Чешко Село
(Czech: Češko Selo)
village 40 Czechs Catholic Christianity
Dobričevo Добричево
(Hungarian: Udvardszállás)
village 199 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Dupljaja Дупљаја village 738 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Grebenac Гребенац
(Romanian: Grebenaţ)
village 818 Romanians Orthodox Christianity
Jasenovo Јасеново village 1,243 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kajtasovo Кајтасово village 262 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kaluđerovo Калуђерово village 94 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kruščica Крушчица village 864 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kusić Кусић village 1,164 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vračev Gaj Врачев Гај village 1,348 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Romanian, Hungarian or Czech majority, the names are also given in these languages.

Hamlets:

The inhabited places of Syrmia District[edit]

City of Sremska Mitrovica[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Sremska Mitrovica Сремска Митровица city 37,751 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mačvanska Mitrovica Мачванска Митровица town 3,873 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bešenovački Prnjavor Бешеновачки Прњавор village 83 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bešenovo Бешеново village 841 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bosut Босут village 971 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čalma Чалма village 1,431 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Divoš Дивош village 1,361 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Grgurevci Гргуревци village 1,129 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jarak Јарак village 2,039 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kuzmin Кузмин village 2,982 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Laćarak Лаћарак village 10,638 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ležimir Лежимир village 699 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Manđelos Манђелос village 1,319 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Martinci Мартинци village 3,070 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Noćaj Ноћај village 1,866 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Radenković Раденковић village 946 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ravnje Равње village 1,184 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Salaš Noćajski Салаш Ноћајски village 1,751 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sremska Rača Сремска Рача village 624 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stara Bingula Стара Бингула village 162 Serbs Catholic Christianity
Šašinci Шашинци village 1,623 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Šišatovac Шишатовац village 211 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Šuljam Шуљам village 630 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Veliki Radinci Велики Радинци village 1,426 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Zasavica I Засавица I village 722 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Zasavica II Засавица II village 608 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Hamlets:

Šid Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Šid Шид town 14,893 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Adaševci Адашевци village 1,919 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bačinci Бачинци village 1,180 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Batrovci Батровци village 259 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Berkasovo Беркасово village 1,115 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Bikić Do Бикић До
(Rusyn: Бикич Дол)
village 269 Rusyns Greek Catholic Christianity
Bingula Бингула village 732 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Erdevik Ердевик village 2,736 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Gibarac Гибарац village 989 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ilinci Илинци village 804 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jamena Јамена village 950 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kukujevci Кукујевци village 1,955 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ljuba Љуба
(Slovak: Ľuba)
village 446 Slovaks Protestantism
Molovin Моловин village 195 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Morović Моровић village 1,774 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Privina Glava Привина Глава village 186 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sot Сот village 679 Serbs Catholic Christianity
Vašica Вашица village 1,424 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Višnjićevo Вишњићево village 1,683 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Slovak or Rusyn majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

Irig Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Irig Ириг town 4,415 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Dobrodol Добродол
(Hungarian: Dobradópuszta)
village 107 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Grgetek Гргетек village 76 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jazak Јазак village 960 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Krušedol Prnjavor Крушедол Прњавор village 234 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Krušedol Selo Крушедол Село village 340 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mala Remeta Мала Ремета village 130 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Neradin Нерадин village 475 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Rivica Ривица village 620 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Šatrinci Шатринци
(Hungarian: Satrinca)
village 373 Hungarians Catholic Christianity
Velika Remeta Велика Ремета village 44 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vrdnik Врдник village 3,092 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited places with Hungarian ethnic majority, the names are also given in Hungarian.

Ruma Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Ruma Рума town 30,076 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Buđanovci Буђановци village 1,497 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Dobrinci Добринци village 1,549 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Donji Petrovci Доњи Петровци village 924 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Grabovci Грабовци village 1,189 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Hrtkovci Хртковци village 3,036 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Klenak Кленак village 2,946 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kraljevci Краљевци village 1056 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Mali Radinci Мали Радинци village 532 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Nikinci Никинци village 1,808 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Pavlovci Павловци village 393 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Platičevo Платичево village 2,444 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Putinci Путинци village 2,745 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stejanovci Стејановци village 918 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vitojevci Витојевци village 808 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Voganj Вогањ village 1,506 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Žarkovac Жарковац village 904 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Pećinci Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Pećinci Пећинци village 2,581 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ašanja Ашања village 1,365 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Brestač Брестач village 934 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Deč Деч village 1,491 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Donji Tovarnik Доњи Товарник village 973 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Karlovčić Карловчић village 1,078 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Kupinovo Купиново village 1,866 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Obrež Обреж village 1,308 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ogar Огар village 1,040 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Popinci Попинци village 1,166 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Prhovo Прхово village 784 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sibač Сибач village 468 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Sremski Mihaljevci Сремски Михаљевци village 769 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Subotište Суботиште village 844 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Šimanovci Шимановци village 3,053 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Stara Pazova Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Stara Pazova Стара Пазова town 18,602 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Belegiš Белегиш village 2,973 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Golubinci Голубинци village 4,721 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Krnješevci Крњешевци village 845 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Nova Pazova Нова Пазова village 17,105 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novi Banovci Нови Бановци village 9,443 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Stari Banovci Стари Бановци village 5,954 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Surduk Сурдук village 1,397 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Vojka Војка village 4,752 Serbs Orthodox Christianity

Inđija Municipality[edit]

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type Population
(2011)
Largest ethnic
group (2002)
Dominant religion
(2002)
Inđija Инђија town 26,025 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Beška Бешка village 5,783 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Čortanovci Чортановци village 2,337 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Jarkovci Јарковци village 593 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Krčedin Крчедин village 2,429 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Ljukovo Љуково village 1,525 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Maradik Марадик village 2,095 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novi Karlovci Нови Карловци village 2,856 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Novi Slankamen Нови Сланкамен village 2,994 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Slankamenački Vinogradi Сланкаменачки Виногради
(Slovak: Slankamenské Vinohrady)
village 253 Slovaks Protestantism
Stari Slankamen Стари Сланкамен village 543 Serbs Orthodox Christianity
Note: For the inhabited place with Slovak majority, the name is also given in Slovak.

Former settlements[edit]

Former settlements in Vojvodina that were abandoned or resettled:

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type / Location Settlement destiny Largest ethnic
group (year)
Almaš Алмаш Former village in Bačka
(located between Temerin,
Nadalj and Gospođinci)
It was resettled in 1718 Serbs (1715)
Kočićevo Кочићево Former village in Bačka
(located in Bačka Topola municipality)
It was abandoned in the second
half of the 20th century
Serbs (1971)
Molin Молин Former village in Banat
(located in Nova Crnja municipality)
It was abandoned in 1961 Serbs (1953)
Selište Селиште
(Hungarian: Újfalu)
Former village in Bačka
(located in Mali Iđoš municipality)
It was abandoned in the second
half of the 20th century
Hungarians (1971)
Note: For the former settlement with Hungarian ethnic majority, the name is also given in Hungarian.

Former settlements in Vojvodina that were merged with other places:

Settlement Cyrillic Name
Other Names
Type / Location Settlement destiny Largest ethnic
group (year)
Aleksandrovo Александрово Former village in Bačka Today neighborhood of Subotica Serbs (1910)
Bikač Бикач Former village in Banat Today part of Bašaid Serbs (1971)
Kruševlje Крушевље Former village in Bačka Degraded to formal settlement status,
today part of Gakovo
Serbs (1971)
Mužlja Мужља
(Hungarian: Muzslya)
Former village in Banat Today neighborhood of Zrenjanin Hungarians (1971)
Novi Vladimirovac Нови Владимировац Former village in Banat Today part of Vladimirovac Serbs (1971)
Tankosićevo Танкосићево
(Slovak: Tankosiťevo)
Former village in Bačka Today part of Kisač Slovaks (1971)
Veliki Salaš Велики Салаш
(Croatian: Veliki Salaš)
Former village in Bačka Degraded to formal settlement status,
today part of Sonta
Croats (1971)
Vojlovica Војловица
(Hungarian: Hertelendyfalva)
Former village in Banat Today neighborhood of Pančevo Hungarians (1971)
Note: For the former settlements with Hungarian, Slovak or Croat majority or plurality, the names are also given in these languages.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://pop-stat.mashke.org/serbia-cities.htm

Further reading[edit]

  • Slobodan Ćurčić, Broj stanovnika Vojvodine, Novi Sad, 1996.
  • Slobodan Ćurčić, Naselja Srema - geografske karakteristike, Novi Sad, 2000.
  • Dr Slobodan Ćurčić, Naselja Banata - geografske karakteristike, Novi Sad, 2004.
  • Dr Slobodan Ćurčić, Naselja Bačke - geografske karakteristike, Novi Sad, 2007.
  • Jovan Erdeljanović, Srbi u Banatu, Novi Sad, 1992.

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