Peščenica – Žitnjak
Peščenica – Žitnjak (Croatian pronunciation: [peʃtʃenitsa ʒitɲak]) is a city district in the southeastern part of Zagreb, Croatia. It consists of two parts: Peščenica, a set of neighborhoods; and Žitnjak, a large industrial zone on the city outskirts, and has a total population of 58,283.
The smaller neighbourhoods that form the core of Peščenica include:
- Stara Peščenica
- Donje Svetice
To the northeast, towards Donja Dubrava, there are:
- Borongaj (local administration "Bruno Bušić")
- Borongaj Lugovi
To the southwest, towards Trnje, there are:
- Folnegovićevo naselje
- local administration "Oton Župančić"
The places in the outer rim, around and beyond Žitnjak, include:
- Kozari Bok
- Kozari putevi
- Ivanja Reka
- Žitnjak (Struge)
Stara Peščenica and Volovčica were first planned in 1913 and built after World War I. Donje Svetice, Ferenščica, Borongaj, Folnegovićevo naselje and Vukomerec were started then and built up mostly after World War II.
Resnik and Ivanja Reka were previously villages, and their first mention dates from 1217. They were urbanized after World War II, particularly in the 1980s.
- "Mjesna samouprava - Gradska četvrt Peščenica - Žitnjak - Mjesni odbori" (in Croatian). City of Zagreb. Retrieved 2010-12-09.
- Croatian Bureau of Statistics Fusnote - Grad Zagreb
- Croatian Bureau of Statistics Broj stanovnika po bivšim naseljima
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