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Banitsa (sometimes spelled Banica) may refer to:
- Banitsa, a pastry from the Balkans
- Banovac, a Croatian coin used between 1235 and 1384.
- one hundredth of an Independent State of Croatia kuna from 1941 to 1945
Places called Banitsa
- Banitsa, Bulgaria, a village in Bulgaria
- Banica, Republic of Macedonia, a village in the Strumica Municipality, Republic of Macedonia
- Banica, Gmina Sękowa, a village in Lesser Poland Voivodeship (south Poland)
- Banica, Gmina Uście Gorlickie, a village in Lesser Poland Voivodeship (south Poland)
- Bănița, a place in Romania where Zoltán Kemény was born
- The Bănița River, a tributary of the Jiul de Est River in Romania
- the former name of Vevi, a village in northwestern Greece
- the former name of Symvoli, a village in northern Greece
- Banitsa (ruins), the former village where Gotse Delchev was killed
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