Donja Borina

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Center of Donja Borina Primary school Braca Ribar
Donja Borina
Donja Borina is located in Serbia
Donja Borina
Donja Borina
Coordinates: 44°26′N 19°09′E / 44.433°N 19.150°E / 44.433; 19.150
Country  Serbia
Municipality Mali Zvornik
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Donja Borina (Serbian Cyrillic: Доња Борина) is a village in Serbia. It is situated in the Mali Zvornik municipality, in the Mačva District of Central Serbia. The village has a Serb ethnic majority and its population was 1,731 in 2002.

Location of the Mali Zvornik municipality in Serbia
  • 1948: 1,187
  • 1953: 1,290
  • 1961: 1,395
  • 1971: 1,446
  • 1981: 1,521
  • 1991: 1,707
  • 2002: 1,731[1]

About village[edit]

Donja Borina consists of two major settlements Batar and Andraca. For any of them they do not know exactly how they got the name. Batar is much more urban than Andraca, there is a church, primary school, post and cultural center, where is the local administration.

Andraca is a part of the village where people are mostly deal with agriculture, limekiln and selling of timber. Other hamlets are: Dedinje, Stojanovici, Petkovici, Kikanovici, Pavlovici, Filipovici, Lepenica and Gucevo.

Popular Places[edit]

Certainly the most attractive part of the village is located near the Drina river, along which there are two restaurants, an old and new Ribarski.

Better known is a new one which started in the 1976 and was an unavoidable stop for all those who have journeyed to the sea. His real name is the restaurant "Mladica" and got the name because there is the kind of fish Huchen and it is a real trophy to all fishermen. Old Ribarski was renovated in 2000 and now is a pizza restaurant "La Bella."

Other restaurants : "kod Micuke", "kod Milisava", "kod Crnogorca", "Stella" and restaurant "Drinska stena"


  1. ^ In Serbian Књига 9, Становништво, упоредни преглед броја становника 1948, 1953, 1961, 1971, 1981, 1991, 2002, подаци по насељима, Републички завод за статистику, Београд, мај 2004, ISBN 86-84433-14-9

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Coordinates: 44°26′N 19°09′E / 44.433°N 19.150°E / 44.433; 19.150