Spačva (region)

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Spačva (region)

Spačva is a geographic microregion in Croatia. It is located in the south-western part of Syrmia—the latter being divided by Croatia and Serbia—and the southeastern part of Slavonia macroregion of Croatia, around Spačva river. This region contains villages Lipovac, Apševci, Podgrađe, Nijemci, Donje Novo Selo, Komletinci, Privlaka and town Otok. There is also a place named Spačva, which is situated in this region.[clarification needed]

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Coordinates: 45°03′08″N 18°56′20″E / 45.0522881°N 18.93896646°E / 45.0522881; 18.93896646