List of settlements in Serbia inhabited by Vlachs

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Historical data[edit]

In the past, Romanians (Vlachs) accounted for a majority in eastern Serbia.

Before World War I, many localities were populated by Romanians. Here is the list with the number of Romanians in each locality:[1]

Localities populated only by Romanians:

  • I. Kraïna-district:

Cioconear 205, Varbitza Mare 1170, Manastiritza 380, Barloga 1180, Tabacovatz 405, Recitza 1280, Velesnitza 535, Tarnaica 1280, Vratza 540, Glogovitza 1365, Costel (Costolatz) 540, Podvarshca 1385, Coroglash (Miloshevo) 580, Dzedzeratz 1430, Mosnarnei 690, Ratcov 1480, Cupusisnte 620, Corbova 1490, Sip 645, Varbitza Micà 1530, Cladushnitza 670, Milanovatz 1565, Sarmovatz (Samarinovatz) 680, Grabovitza 1585, Iasicova Mica 695, Plavna 1695, Tanda 745, Iasicova Mare 1770, Sarbovlash (Sarbovo) 750, Rudna Glava 1795, Vaiuga 825, Prahova 1880, Toponitza 865, Bliuvanovatz 1900, Slatina 930, Coprivnitza 1980, Bordei 985, Mocrane 2120, Camenitza 1015, Cobishnitza 2210, Malamitza 1035, Gorniane 2280, Dubociani 1080, Bucovcea 2475, Camenitza Mare 1090, Dzanova (Dushanovatz) 2520, Clococevatz 1090, Radaivatz (Raduievatz) 2560, Techia 1130, Urovitza 2925, Dupliana 1155, Iacubovatz 4075,

  • II. Pojarevatz-district:

Magusitza 75, Mirievo 1120, Maidan Cuceaina 140, Iitcovitza 1120, Shlivovatz 305, Caona 1150, Sârbce 320, Cladurovo 1200, Tzerovitza 325, Varbnitza 1200, Sviniarevo 360, Geuracovo 1220, Breznitza 370, Cesleva Bara 1250, Barnitza 385, Orlevo 1250, Lesnitza 460, Busur 1340, Lescovo 460, Dubocica 1340, Siga 530, Starcevo 1347, Crivacea 545, Iasicovo 1460, Cicevatz 565, Sena 1490, Zagreba 570, Mustapiche 1550, Vitovnitza 615, Inegotin 1597, Lescovatz 620, Idrelo 1640, Cocetin 670, Manastiritza 1695, Alindova 675, Colibe 1770, Vucoviche 730, Stamnitza 1935, Cudrej 795, Topolovnic 2015, Osanitza 910, Rushanatz 2275, Vlaole Mare 930, Neresnitza 2710, Doliashnitza 970, Melnitza 2420, Bucovcea 980, Laznitza 3610, Recitza 1000, Ranovatz 3665, Dvorischte 1065, Porodin 3775, Voluia 1080, Duboca 4445,

  • III. Timoc-district:

Parlita 635, Buci 1365, Topla 753, Metovnitza 1550, Shlivar 750, Slatina 1650, Savinatz 825, Brestovatz 1755, Oshtreli 905, Crivel 2000, Gamzigrad 1055, Valaconie 2235, Dobro Pole 1075, Osnici 2255, Bor 1120, Sharbanovatz 2550, Nicolicevo 1205, Zlot 4530, Podgoratz 1350,

  • IV. Morava-district:

Lipovitza 70, Gladna 450, Macevatz 320, Vlashca 570, Iidile 605, Iasenovo 1350, Resavitza 680, Vitejevo 1615, Batinatz 950, Belaica 1720, Isacovo 1040, Bigrenitza 2165, Iubotitza 1050, Bobova 2450,

Localities with a mixt Romanian and Serbian population:

  • I. Kraina-district:

Petrovo Selo 65, Maidan Pec 765, Stubic 95, Cladova 950, Reca 280, Carbulovo 980, Miroci 340, Luca 1350, Boletin 395, Barza Palanca 1370, Golubinie 835, Negotin 1420, Doni Milanovatz 835,

  • II. Pojarevatz-district:

Clenovnic 35, Suvodol 130, Batusha 40, Zabarge 150, Bradartz 50, Iabari 180, Burovatz 65, Oreshcovitza 180, Butovatz 65, Cusiche 190, Toponita 65, Vlade Mic 200, Crupaia 85, Nabarge 205, Petrovatz 85, Clicavatz 245, Mileshevo 90, Tzarnitche Mic 245, Curiace 95, Ram 275, Tzarniche Mare 105, Mishlenovatz 280, Voshanovatz 105, Costalatz 340, Ponicfa 120, Sibnita 340, Golubatz 350, Cushilevo 635, Lucitza 365, Pojarevatz 780, Salacovatz 370, Velico Selo 830, Pancovo 370, Turia 925, Boshniac 380, Racova Bara 975, Cuceaina 385, Rachinatz 1005, Dobarne 390, Prahova 1030, Petca 430, Brejane 1305, Mileviche 450, Vlashca Dol 1430, Blizniac 460, Iagubitza 1450, Arnaut Popovatz 475, Crepolin 1650, Dobra 505, Milatovatz 2005, Tarneane 585, Poliana 2005,

  • III. Timoc-district:

Ragotina 75, Bogovine 1350, Izvorul Mare 370, Garlean 1710, Lucovo 450, Izvorul Mic 1885, Zaicer (Zaicear) 1240, Lubnitza 1905, Bacevitza 1145,

  • IV. Morava-district:

Brestova 50, Dubnitza 305, Popovnea 75, Supsca 305, Svilainatz 75, Proshtinatz 405, Duboca 140, Tropone 520, Chuprina 230, Ezero 520,

Number of Vlachs (Romanians) in Serbia by municipality (2002)[edit]

Official numbers of Romanians who declared Vlachs (2002 census):

Settlements inhabited by Vlachs (Romanians)[edit]

Settlements in Central Serbia with a Vlach majority or plurality are (2002 census data):

Vlachs (Romanians) also live in other places with majority Serb or mixed Serb/Vlach population, such as the Zaječar, Negotin, Bor, Kladovo, Majdanpek, Požarevac, Smederevo, Velika Plana, Jabukovac, etc.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Observatorul, 27 December 2005