Municipality of Struga ( Macedonian: Општина Струга; , Opština Struga Albanian: ) is a municipality in western Komuna e Strugës Republic of Macedonia. is also the name of the town where the municipal seat is found. Struga Municipality is part of the Struga Southwestern Statistical Region.
Geography [ edit ]
The municipality borders
Lake Ohrid to the south, Debarca Municipality to the east, Centar Župa Municipality to the north, and Vevčani Municipality and Albania to the west.
Inhabited places [ edit ]
The only town in the municipality is Struga. Besides Struga, there are additional 50 villages:
Bezovo, Bidževo, Bogovica, Brčevo, Burinec, Delogoždi, Draslajca, Dolna Belica, Dolno Tateši, Drbovjani, Drenok, Džepin, Frngovo, Globočica, Gorna Belica, Gorno Tateši, Jablanica, Kališta, Korošišta, Labuništa, Lakaica, Livada, Lokov, Ložani, Lukovo, Mali Vlaj, Misleševo, Mislodežda, Modrič, Moroišta, Nerezi, Novo Selo, Oktisi, Piskupština, Podgorci, Poum, Prisovjani, Radolišta, Radožda, 'Ržanovo, Selci, Šum, Tašmaruništa, Toska, Velešta, Višni, Vraništa, Zagračani and Zbaždi.
Demographics [ edit ]
Municipality of Struga after 2004 [ edit ]
According to the last national census from 2002 this municipality has 63,376 inhabitants:
Ethnic groups in the municipality include: [1 ]
In the municipality there is a large number of
Macedonian Muslims, who declared as Macedonians, Albanians or Turks.
The mother tongues of the population, according to the 2002 census, are:
According the 2002 census, the religions practiced the municipality are:
Municipality of Struga before 2004 [ edit ]
After 2004 the municipalities of Delogoždi, Velešta i Labuništa merged with Struga Municipality due to political reasons and the demographics changed. Before that, the demographics of the municipality was:
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Coordinates: 41°11′N 20°41′E / 41.18°N 20.68°E