List of cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Sarajevo, the largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is also a metropolis.[1]

This is a list of cities and towns with over 10,000 inhabitants (or lower if the municipality has over 30,000 inhabitants) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. For the full list of populated places, see List of settlements in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Organization[edit]

Apart from entities, cantons and municipalities, Bosnia and Herzegovina also has its sixteen official cities. Official cities have their own mayor and city council, which is a big difference to the municipalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which have a municipal council and mayor. Powers of city councils of official cities are between the government of municipalities and governments cantons in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina or a government entity in the Republic of Srpska. There are sixteen official cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (as of 2018)[2]:

List[edit]

City / town Entity/Canton Municipal City/Town proper Municipal
2013 pop. Rank 2013 pop. (preliminary) Rank 1991 pop. Rank
Sarajevo Sarajevo Canton 475,110 canton
1
369,534
1
510,694 canton
Banja Luka Republika Srpska 185,042
2
150,997
2
195,692
Tuzla Tuzla Canton 110,979
3
80,570
3
131,618
Zenica Zenica-Doboj Canton 110,663
4
73,751
4
145,517
Bijeljina Republika Srpska 107,715
5
45,291
6
96,988
Mostar Herzegovina-Neretva Canton 105,797
6
65,286
5
126,628
Prijedor Republika Srpska 89,397
7
32,342
9
112,543
Brčko Brčko District 83,516
8
43,859
7
87,627
Doboj Republika Srpska 71,441
9
26,987
10
102,549
Cazin Una-Sana Canton 66,149
10
14,387
17
63,409
Zvornik Republika Srpska 58,856
11
12,674
21
81,295
Živinice Tuzla Canton 57,765
12
17,495
13
54,783
Bihać Una-Sana Canton 56,261
13
43,007
8
70,732
Travnik Central Bosnia Canton 53,482
14
16,543
15
70,747
Gradiška Republika Srpska 51,727
15
16,106
16
59,974
Gračanica Tuzla Canton 45,220
16
13,400
19
59,134
Lukavac Tuzla Canton 44,520
17
12,490
22
57,070
Tešanj Zenica-Doboj Canton 43,063
18
5,531
45
48,480
Sanski Most Una-Sana Canton 41,475
19
19,475
12
60,307
Velika Kladuša Una-Sana Canton 40,419
20
5,009
46
52,908
Visoko Zenica-Doboj Canton 39,938
21
11,552
25
46,160
Srebrenik Tuzla Canton 39,678
22
7,163
36
40,896
Gradačac Tuzla Canton 39,340
23
13,474
18
56,581
Teslić Republika Srpska 38,536
24
7,518
35
59,584
Kakanj Zenica-Doboj Canton 37,441
25
12,256
23
55,950
Zavidovići Zenica-Doboj Canton 35,988
26
9,217
31
57,164
Prnjavor Republika Srpska 35,956
27
8,484
33
47,055
Laktaši Republika Srpska 34,966
28
5,879
42
29,832
Livno Canton 10 34,133
29
9,045
32
40,600
Kalesija Tuzla Canton 33,053
30
2,220
48
41,809
Tomislavgrad Canton 10 31,592
31
5,760
44
30,009
Bugojno Central Bosnia Canton 31,470
32
17,202
14
46,889
Žepče Zenica-Doboj Canton 30,219
33
5,804
43
22,966
Trebinje Republika Srpska 29,918
34
25,589
11
30,966
Široki Brijeg West Herzegovina Canton 28,929
35
6,426
40
26,437
Ljubuški West Herzegovina Canton 28,184
36
4,387
47
28,340
Derventa Republika Srpska 27,404
37
12,680
20
56,489
Jajce Central Bosnia Canton 27,258
38
8,067
34
45,007
Novi Grad Republika Srpska 27,115
39
11,063
28
41,665
Čapljina Herzegovina-Neretva Canton 26,157
40
6,340
41
27,882
Vitez Central Bosnia Canton 25,836
41
6,633
37
27,859
Modriča Republika Srpska 25,720
42
10,137
29
35,613
Bosanska Krupa Una-Sana Canton 25,545
43
11,514
26
58,320
Konjic Herzegovina-Neretva Canton 25,148
44
11,165
27
43,878
Novi Travnik Central Bosnia Canton 23,832
45
9,533
30
30,713
Maglaj Zenica-Doboj Canton 23,146
46
6,438
38
34,115
Banovići Tuzla Canton 22,773
47
6,432
39
26,590
Kozarska Dubica Republika Srpska 21,542
48
11,566
24
31,606
Panoramic view of Sarajevo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Bosnian) "Prostorni plan Kantona Sarajevo za period od 2003. do 2023. godine"
  2. ^ "Nekoliko sredina u BiH čeka status grada". aljazeera.net (in Serbian). 3 May 2015. Retrieved 21 June 2018.
  3. ^ a b c d e Službeni glasnik Republike Srpske br. 70/12

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