Plandište

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Plandište
Пландиште
Municipality and Town
The new Orthodox church
The new Orthodox church
Coat of arms of Plandište
Coat of arms
Plandište is located in Serbia
Plandište
Plandište
Location of Plandište within Serbia
Plandište is located in Vojvodina
Plandište
Plandište
Location of Plandište within Vojvodina
Coordinates: 45°13′37″N 21°7′18″E / 45.22694°N 21.12167°E / 45.22694; 21.12167Coordinates: 45°13′37″N 21°7′18″E / 45.22694°N 21.12167°E / 45.22694; 21.12167
Country Serbia
Province Vojvodina
District South Banat
Government
 • Mayor Milan Selaković
Elevation 79 m (259 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Plandište 3,832
 • Metro 11,336
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 26360
Area code(s) +381(0)13
Car plates
Website www.plandiste.com
Map of Plandište municipality

Plandište (Serbian Cyrillic: Пландиште, pronounced [plândiːʃte]) is a village and municipality in South Banat District of Vojvodina, Serbia. The village has a population of 3,832, while Plandište municipality has 11,336 inhabitants. One of municipality's best known landmarks is Kapetanovo Castle, located in Stari Lec.

Name[edit]

In Serbian, the village is known as Пландиште or Plandište, in Romanian as Plandiște, in Hungarian as Zichyfalva, in German as Zichydorf, and in Macedonian: Пландиште.

The name of the village derived from the word "plandovati" used in the local Serbian dialect, which in modern standard Serbian means "odmarati", and in English means "rest".

History[edit]

First data about this settlement is from the second half of the 17th century when it was mentioned under name "Morminta". In this time, settlement was populated by Serbs. After Germans were settled in this area (in 1783), settlement was expanded and named "Zičidorf". In 1805, settlement had population of 2,037 people. After World War I it was named "Mariolana" and after World War II it was named "Plandište". In the end of World War II, Germans left to Germany, while 1,919 colonists from Macedonia, other places of Vojvodina, Slovenia and Croatia settled in Plandište. Before World War I, settlement was part of Banlok municipality, and later it was part of Vršac municipality. During the 1950s, Plandište became administrative seat of its own municipality.

Source: Stevan Kovačević, Gradovi Srbije u slici i reči, Beograd, 2010.

Inhabited places[edit]

Plandište municipality includes the following villages:

Population[edit]

Historical population of the village:

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1869 2,937 —    
1880 2,636 −10.2%
1890 3,128 +18.7%
1900 3,192 +2.0%
1910 2,846 −10.8%
1921 3,120 +9.6%
Year Pop. ±%
1931 3,281 +5.2%
1948 3,040 −7.3%
1953 3,096 +1.8%
1961 3,509 +13.3%
1971 3,769 +7.4%
1981 4,122 +9.4%

Ethnic groups[edit]

Ethnic groups in the municipality[edit]

According to the 2011 census, the municipality of Plandište had a total population of 11,336, including:[1]

Settlements by ethnic majority[edit]

Settlements with Serb ethnic majority are: Plandište, Banatski Sokolac, Velika Greda, Veliki Gaj, Dužine, Kupinik, Laudonovac, Markovićevo, Miletićevo, and Stari Lec. The settlement with Romanian ethnic majority is Barice. The settlement with Hungarian ethnic majority is Jermenovci. Ethnically mixed settlement with relative Serb majority is Margita. Ethnically mixed settlement with relative Slovak majority is Hajdučica.

Ethnic groups in the village[edit]

Year Total Serbs Macedonians Yugoslavs Hungarians Romanians Slovaks Montenegrins Unknown
1991 4,380 54.84% 23.69% 9.2% 5.57% 1.57% 0.82% 0.66% 3.65%
2002 4,270 59.46% 21.31% 3.93% 5.69% 1.7% 0.96% 0.42% 6.53%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Population by ethnicity – Plandište". Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (SORS). Retrieved 4 March 2013. 

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