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Location of Bihać within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|• Municipality president||Šuhret Fazlić|
|• City||163 km2 (63 sq mi)|
|• Urban||900 km2 (300 sq mi)|
|Elevation||230 m (750 ft)|
|Population (2013 census)[better source needed]|
|• Density||68/km2 (180/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Area code(s)||+387 37|
Bihać (Cyrillic: Бихаћ; pronounced [bǐxaːt͡ɕ]) is a city on the River Una in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Bosanska Krajina region. It has 61,186 inhabitants. Bihać is located in the Una-Sana Canton (Canton I) of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to the 2013 census, municipality of Bihać had 56,621 residents, including:
- Bosniaks - 49,550 (88.07%)
- Croats - 3,265 (5.8%)
- Serbs - 910 (1.61%)
- Others - 2,536 (4.5%)
The agricultural sector is significant, due to the large and fertile soil.
- Saša Matić, pop singer
- Alen Islamović, singer, lead vocalist of the bands Divlje Jagode and Bijelo Dugme
- Azra Kolaković, singer
- Džanan Musa, basketball player
- Irfan Ljubijankić, facial surgeon, classical music composer, politician and diplomat of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Borislav Stanković, former basketball player and coach inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1991
- Safet Nadarević, footballer
- Zele Lipovača, leading member of the Bosnian hard rock band Divlje Jagode
- Zlatko Dedič, footballer
- Nihad Hasanović, writer and translator
- Faruk Šehić, poet
- Mersada Bećirspahić, former basketball player
- Mehmed Alajbegović, politician and lawyer
- Ferid Džanić, World War II Axis soldier (SS Handschar Division)
- Saša Radulović, Serbian engineer and politician
- Donja Gata
- Kulen Vakuf
- Lohovska Brda
- Mala Peća
- Mali Skočaj
- Velika Gata
- Veliki Skočaj
- Veliki Stjenjani
- Zavalje i Zlopoljac
- World Gazetteer
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- Arnautovic, Marija (21 September 2012), Bosnian Town Preserves Coexistence Legacy: Bihać is one of the few places where conflict failed to drive a wedge between communities, TRI Issue 757, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, retrieved 27 December 2015
- Official results from the book: Ethnic composition of Bosnia-Herzegovina population, by municipalities and settlements, 1991. census, Zavod za statistiku Bosne i Hercegovine - Bilten no.234, Sarajevo 1991.
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