District of Pristina

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Rajoni i Prishtinës
District of Kosovo
Location of Pristina District in Kosovo
Location of Pristina District in Kosovo
Country  Kosovo
Capital Pristina
Area
 • Total 2,470 km2 (950 sq mi)
Population (2011 census)
 • Total 477,312
 • Rank 1st
 • Density 190/km2 (500/sq mi)
Postal code 10000
Vehicle registration 01
Municipalities 8
Settlements 298

The District of Pristina (Albanian: Rajoni i Prishtinës is the largest district in Kosovo, with seat in the capital city of Pristina.[1] It consists of 8 municipalities and 298 villages.[2] According to the 2011 Census, the total population of the district is 477,312.

Municipalities[edit]

The district of Pristina has a total of 8 municipalities and 298 other smaller settlements:

Municipality Population (2011) Area (km2) Density (km2) Settlements
Pristina 198,897 572 347.7 41
Podujevo 88,499 663 133.5 76
Drenas 58,531 290 201.8 37
Lipjan 57,605 422 136.5 70
Fushë Kosovë 34,827 83 419.6 15
Kastriot 21,549 105 205.2 19
Gracanica 10,675 131 81.5 16
Artanë 6,729 204 33.0 24
Pristina District 477,312 2,470 193.2 298

Ethnic groups[edit]

In 1991, the municipalities with Albanian majority were: Prishtina (88.63%), Kastriot (80.31%), Fushë Kosovë (82.63%), Lipjan (79.36%), Podujeva (98.91%), and Drenas (99.87%). The municipality of Novoberda had a Serb-Montenegrin majority in 1991 (58.12%).

In the 2011 census, Albanians are the majority in: Prishtina (97.8%), Drenas (99.9%), Podujeva (98.9%), Lipjan (94.6%), Kastriot (92.1%), Fushë Kosovë (86.9%), and Novoberda (52.4%).

Serbs are the majority population in Gračanica (Gracanicë) municipality with 67.5%.[3]

Ethnic groups in 2011 census:

Number %
TOTAL 477,302 100
Albanians 451,014 94.5
Serbs 11,885 2.5
Roma (Ashkali) 9,669 2
Turks 2,380 0.5
Bosniaks 601 0.1
Others and no response 1,753 0.4

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Coordinates: 42°40′37″N 21°10′05″E / 42.677°N 21.168°E / 42.677; 21.168