Administrative divisions of Croatia

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The subdivisions of Croatia on the first level are the 20 counties (županija, pl. županije) and one city-county (grad, "city"). On the second level these are municipalities (općina, pl. općine) and cities (grad, pl. gradovi). Both of these types of subdivisions encompass one or multiple settlements (naselje, pl. naselja) which are not public or legal entities, the Croatian Bureau of Statistics consider them as non-administrative units – human settlements, similar to the United States census designated places. As parts of the cities or the (larger) municipalities they may form city districts or local committee areas. Small municipalities usually consist of only one settlement.

Current (since 1992)[edit]

Vukovar-Syrmia County Osijek-Baranja County Brod-Posavina County Požega-Slavonia County Virovitica-Podravina County Bjelovar-Bilogora County Koprivnica-Križevci County Međimurje County Varaždin County Krapina-Zagorje County Zagreb County City of Zagreb Sisak-Moslavina County Karlovac County Istria County Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Lika-Senj County Zadar County Šibenik-Knin County Split-Dalmatia County Dubrovnik-Neretva CountyMap of present-day counties of Croatia
Counties of Croatia:   Bjelovar-Bilogora   Brod-Posavina   Dubrovnik-Neretva   Istria   Karlovac   Koprivnica-Križevci   Krapina-Zagorje   Lika-Senj   Međimurje   Osijek-Baranja   Požega-Slavonia   Primorje-Gorski Kotar   Šibenik-Knin   Sisak-Moslavina   Split-Dalmatia   Varaždin   Virovitica-Podravina   Vukovar-Syrmia   Zadar   City of Zagreb   Zagreb County

1975–1990[edit]

Unions of municipalities (1986-1990)
  • Unions of Municipalities (11), including City of Zagreb Union of Municipalities (Zagreb metropolitian area) and City of Split Union of Municipalites (Split metropolitian area)
  • Municipalities
  • Settlements (non legal or public entities)

1952–1967[edit]

  • Districts
  • Municipalities
  • Settlements (non legal or public entities)

1949–1951[edit]

  • Oblasts
    • Bjelovar
    • Karlovac
    • Osijek
    • Rijeka
    • Split
    • Zagreb
  • Districts
  • People's Committee Areas

1941–1945[edit]

Independent State of Croatia, counties:
1941-1943 (1st)
1943-1944 (2nd)
  • Counties (22)
    • Baranja
    • Bilogora
    • Bribir and Sidraga
    • Cetina
    • Dubrava
    • Gora
    • Hum
    • Krbava – Psat
    • Lašva and Glaž
    • Lika and Gacka
    • Livac and Zapolje
    • Modruš
    • Pliva and Rama
    • Pokupje
    • Posavje
    • Prigorje
    • Sana and Luka
    • Usora and Soli
    • Vinodol and Podgorje
    • Vrhbosna
    • Vuka
    • Zagorje
    • Zagreb
  • Districts
  • Municipalities
  • Cadastral municipalities (non legal or public entities, non local authorities)
Sava and Littoral Banovina (red and blue)
Banovina of Croatia

1929–1941[edit]

1922–1929[edit]

Oblasts of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia (1868–1922)[edit]

Counties in the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia

Medieval Croatian Kingdom[edit]

Map of approximate locations of early medieval counties of Croatia
Approximate positions of the first counties of 10th century Croatia, overlaid on a map of modern Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Counties[2]
    • Livno
    • Cetina
    • Imotski
    • Pliva
    • Pesenta
    • Klis
    • Bribir
    • Nin
    • Knin
    • Sidraga
    • Luka

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Popis gradova i općina". uprava.hr (in Croatian). Ministry of Public Administration, Croatia. 10 June 2013. Archived from the original (Microsoft Excel) on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2015. 
  2. ^ Vrbošić, Josip. POVIJESNI PREGLED RAZVITKA ŽUPANIJSKE UPRAVE I SAMOUPRAVE U HRVATSKOJ, University of Osijek.