|— District of Serbia —|
|• Commissioner||Milan Lapčević|
|• Total||2,729 km2 (1,054 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Density||136.8/km2 (354/sq mi)|
|Municipalities||6 and 1 city|
|- Cities and towns||8|
The Nišava District (Serbian: Нишавски округ / Nišavski okrug) expands in the south-eastern parts of Serbia. It has a population of 376,319. The administrative centre of the district is the city of Niš.
The district is divided into 6 municipalities and the city of Niš, which is divided into 5 municipalities.
The municipalities of the district are:
City of Niš is divided into municipalities of:
Ethnic groups (2011 census) 
|This article is outdated. (November 2011)|
Within the city boundaries itself stands the Niš Fortress, which ranks among the most beautiful and best preserved fortresses in the Balkans, built in the late seventeenth century. On the outskirts of Niš is a unique monument - the Skull Tower (Ćele kula) built by the Turks from the skulls and heads of the Serbian warriors who died in the Battle of Čegar in 1809, led by Stevan Sinđelić, against the Turks. After the Turkish victory, this battle was decisive for the failure of the First Serb Uprising.
See also 
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