Trnovo, Republika Srpska

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Trnovo
Трново
Skyline of Trnovo
Location of Trnovo within Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location of Trnovo within Bosnia and Herzegovina
Country  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Entity  Republika Srpska
Area
 • Total 116,2 km2 (449 sq mi)
Population (2013 census)
 • Total 2,192
 • Density 18,9/km2 (490/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Area code(s) 58

Trnovo (Cyrillic: Трново) is a town and municipality in the city of East Sarajevo (Bosnian: Istočno Sarajevo), Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It consists of part of the pre-war municipality of Trnovo. Two thirds of the pre-war municipality of Trnovo are in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the municipality seat in the village of Dejčići.

Trnovo is town south of Sarajevo on the road M-18 Sarajevo-Trnovo-Foča-Trebinje.[1] It is surrounded by the mountains Jahorina, Bjelašnica and Treskavica thet were the locations of Olympic competitions during the 1984 Winter Olympics. Those mountains are today very popular destinations for a variety of winter sports and activities.[2]

The Željeznica river is one of the town's chief geographic features. It flows through the town and municipality from south through the center of Trnovo, Kijevo and East Sarajevo to west part of Sarajevo City eventually meets up with the Bosna river.

Villages[edit]

BalbašićiBašciBistročajBobovicaBogatićiBoljanovićiBrdaBrutusiČeružićiČešina StranaČunčićiDejčićiDelijaš · DeseciDivčićiDonja PresjenicaDujmovićiDurakovićiGodinjaGornja PresjenicaGovedovićiGrabGračanicaHamzićiIloviceJablanicaJelačićiKarovićiKijevoKlanacKozija LukaKramariKrsmanićiLedićiLisovićiLukavacMađariMijanovićiMiljeObla BrdaOstojićiPendičićiPodivičPomenovićiPrečaniRajski DoRakitnicaRijekaSjeverovićiSlavljevićiŠabanciŠabićiŠišićiTošićiTrebečajTrnovoTuroviTušilaUlobićiUmčaniUmoljaniVrbovnikZabojskaZagor

Population/Demographics[edit]

No census has been made since the war, so current data is not available.

1971[edit]

9,555 total

1991[edit]

6,991

  • Muslims - 4,790 (68.81%)
  • Serbs - 2,059 (29.45%)
  • Croats - 16 (0.22%)
  • Yugoslavs - 72 (1.02%)
  • Others - 54 (0.80%)

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Coordinates: 43°40′N 18°27′E / 43.667°N 18.450°E / 43.667; 18.450