List of cities in Kosovo

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This is the list of total 37 cities and towns in Kosovo[a], listed by population according to the data of 2011 census.[1] The capital city of Pristina is also the largest city, with a population of 145,149 people.[2] Kosovo's second largest city is Prizren, followed by Gjilan, Peć, Mitrovica, Ferizaj and Gjakova. There are six cities/towns with 10,000–30,000 inhabitants and 24 with under 10,000 inhabitants.

Largest cities[edit]

#4 Peja
City District Urban area Municipal area
2011 pop. Rank 2011 pop. Rank
Prishtinë / Priština District of Pristina 145,149
1
198,897
1
Prizreni / Prizren District of Prizren 85,119
2
177,781
2
Gjilani / Gnjilane District of Gjilan 54,239
3
90,178
6
Pejë / Peć District of Peć 48,962
4
96,450
4
Mitrovicë / Kosovska Mitrovica District of Mitrovica 46,230
5
84,235
8
Ferizaj / Uroševac District of Ferizaj 42,628
6
108,610
3
Gjakovë / Đakovica District of Gjakova 40,827
7
94,556
5

10,000–30,000 towns[edit]

City / town District Urban area Municipal area
2011 pop. Rank 2011 pop. Rank
Vushtrri / Vučitrn District of Mitrovica 26,964
8
69,870
9
Podujevë / Podujevo District of Pristina 23,453
9
88,499
7
Rahovec / Orahovac District of Gjakova 15,892
10
56,208
13
Fushë Kosovë / Kosovo Polje District of Pristina 12,919
11
33,997
22
Suharekë / Suva Reka District of Prizren 10,422
12
59,722
10
Kaçanik / Kačanik District of Ferizaj 10,393
13
33,409
23

Under 10,000 towns[edit]

Town District Urban area Municipal area
2011 pop. Rank 2011 pop. Rank
Skënderaj / Srbica District of Mitrovica 9,372
14
50,858
15
Kamenicë / Kosovska Kamenica District of Gjilan 7,331
15
36,058
20
Shtime / Štimlje District of Ferizaj 7,255
16
27,324
24
Lipjan / Lipljan District of Pristina 6,870
17
57,605
12
Obiliq / Obilić District of Pristina 6,864
18
21,549
25
Drenas / Glogovac District of Pristina 6,143
19
58,531
11
Junik District of Gjakova 6,053
20
6,084
33
Klinë / Klina District of Peja 5,542
21
38,496
19
Mamushë / Mamuša District of Prizren 5,507
22
5,507
34
Istog / Istok District of Peja 5,115
23
39,289
18
Viti / Vitina District of Gjilan 4,924
24
46,987
16
Deçan / Dečani District of Peja 3,803
25
40,019
17
Leposaviq / Leposavić District of Mitrovica 3,702
26
13,773
26
Malishevë / Mališevo District of Prizren 3,395
27
54,613
14
Graçanicë / Gračanica District of Pristina 2,686
28
10,675
27
Han i Elezit / Đeneral Janković District of Ferizaj 2,533
29
9,403
28
Zubin Potok District of Mitrovica 1,724
30
6,616
32
Zveçan / Zvečan District of Mitrovica 1,297
31
7,481
29
Shtërpcë / Štrpce District of Ferizaj 1,265
32
6,949
30
Dragash / Dragaš District of Prizren 1,098
33
34,827
21
Kllokot / Klokot District of Gjilan 1,064
34
2,556
36
Ranillug / Ranilug District of Gjilan 844
35
3,232
35
Partesh / Parteš District of Gjilan 478
36
1,787
37
Novobërdë / Novo Brdo District of Pristina 183
37
6,729
31

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ a b Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has received formal recognition as an independent state from 113 out of 193 United Nations member states.
References
  1. ^ "Census 2011". http://pop-stat.mashke.org/kosovo-census-ks.htm. Retrieved 14 September 2014. External link in |website= (help)
  2. ^ "Census 2011". http://pop-stat.mashke.org/kosovo-census-ks.htm. Retrieved 14 September 2014. External link in |website= (help)

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