Varaždinske Toplice

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Varaždinske Toplice
City
Skyline of Varaždinske Toplice
Varaždinske Toplice is located in Croatia
Varaždinske Toplice
Varaždinske Toplice
Coordinates: 46°12′29″N 16°25′17″E / 46.20806°N 16.42139°E / 46.20806; 16.42139Coordinates: 46°12′29″N 16°25′17″E / 46.20806°N 16.42139°E / 46.20806; 16.42139
Country  Croatia
County Varaždin county
Government
 • Mayor Goranka Štefanić
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 1,765
Historical population
Year Pop.   ±%  
1857 917 —    
1869 1,141 +24.4%
1880 1,189 +4.2%
1890 1,256 +5.6%
1900 1,245 −0.9%
1910 1,250 +0.4%
1921 1,261 +0.9%
1931 1,248 −1.0%
1948 1,179 −5.5%
1953 1,282 +8.7%
1961 1,193 −6.9%
1971 1,293 +8.4%
1981 1,642 +27.0%
1991 1,891 +15.2%
2001 1,877 −0.7%
2011 1,765 −6.0%

Varaždinske Toplice (Hungarian: Varasdfürdő, German: Warasdin - Töplitz or Bad Warasdin, Kajkavian: Varaždinske Toplice) is a town in Croatia in the Varaždin County. The town is well known for its hot springs and medical center Aquae Iasae.

In the 2011 census, the population of the municipality is 6,364, composed of the following settlements:[1]

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