Milići, Republika Srpska

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Milići

Милићи
Coat of arms of Milići
Coat of arms
Location of Milići within Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location of Milići within Bosnia and Herzegovina
Location of Milići
Coordinates: 44°09′58″N 19°04′30″E / 44.16611°N 19.07500°E / 44.16611; 19.07500Coordinates: 44°09′58″N 19°04′30″E / 44.16611°N 19.07500°E / 44.16611; 19.07500
CountryBosnia and Herzegovina
EntityRepublika Srpska
Boroughs54
Government
 • MayorMomir Lazarević (SNSD)
Area
 • Total279.13 km2 (107.77 sq mi)
Population
 (2013 census)
 • Total11,441
 • Density41/km2 (110/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Area code(s)56

Milići (Serbian Cyrillic: Милићи) is a town and a municipality located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As of 2013, it has a population of 11,441 inhabitants, while the town of Milići has a population of 2,368 inhabitants.

Settlements[edit]

  • Bačići
  • Bešići
  • Bijelo Polje
  • Bišina
  • Bukovica Donja
  • Bukovica Gornja
  • Buljevići
  • Derventa
  • Donje Vrsinje
  • Dubačko
  • Dubnica
  • Dukići
  • Đile
  • Đurđevići
  • Gerovi
  • Glušac
  • Golići
  • Gornje Vrsinje
  • Gunjaci
  • Jeremići
  • Kokanovići
  • Koprivno
  • Kostrača
  • Krajčinovići
  • Lukavica
  • Lukići
  • Maćesi
  • Milići
  • Mišići
  • Nova Kasaba
  • Nurići
  • Pavkovići
  • Podbirač
  • Podgora
  • Pomol
  • Rajići
  • Raševo
  • Raškovići
  • Ristijevići
  • Rovaši
  • Rupovo Brdo
  • Sebiočina
  • Skugrići
  • Supač
  • Štedra
  • Toljevići
  • Višnjica
  • Vitići
  • Vrtoče
  • Vukovići
  • Vukšići
  • Zabrđe
  • Zagrađe
  • Zaklopača

Demographics[edit]

Population[edit]

Population of settlements – Milići municipality
Settlement 1971. 1981. 1991. 2013.
Total 12,710 14,117 16,038 11,441
1 Bačići 502 586
2 Bešići 390 208
3 Derventa 324 256
4 Đurđevići 161 234
5 Lukići 224 277
6 Maćesi 687 381
7 Milići 506 1,546 2,414 2,368
8 Mišići 247 329
9 Nova Kasaba 1,042 404
10 Pomol 459 305
11 Raševo 464 248
12 Rovaši 1,236 740
13 Skugrići 1,144 581
14 Vrtoče 579 632
15 Vukovići 219 219
16 Zaklopača 437 235

Ethnic composition[edit]

Ethnic composition – Milići town
2013. 1991. 1981. 1971.
Total 2,368 (100,0%) 2,414 (100,0%) 1,546 (100,0%) 506 (100,0%)
Serbs 2,229 (92,34%) 1,385 (89,59%) 468 (92,49%)
Bosniaks 107 (4,432%) 43 (2,781%) 7 (1,383%)
Others 47 (1,947%) 1 (0,065%) 3 (0,593%)
Yugoslavs 28 (1,160%) 98 (6,339%)
Croats 3 (0,124%) 10 (0,647%) 15 (2,964%)
Montenegrins 8 (0,517%) 13 (2,569%)
Hungarians 1 (0,065%)
Ethnic composition – Milići municipality
2013. 1991.
Total 11,441 (100,0%) 16,038 (100,0%)
Serbs 7,180 (62,76%) 7,983 (50,79%)
Bosniaks 4,199 (36,70%) 7,433 (47,29%)
Others 38 (0,332%) 228 (1,450%)
Croats 24 (0,210%) 7 (0,045%)
Yugoslavs 68 (0,433%)

Economy[edit]

The economy of Milići is dominated by bauxite extraction mining company "Boksit", a multi-faceted company originally established in 1959.

The following table gives a preview of total number of registered people employed in legal entities per their core activity (as of 2018):[1]

Activity Total
Agriculture, forestry and fishing 59
Mining and quarrying 870
Manufacturing 341
Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 23
Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities 30
Construction 14
Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 113
Transportation and storage 73
Accommodation and food services 32
Information and communication 10
Financial and insurance activities 40
Real estate activities -
Professional, scientific and technical activities 23
Administrative and support service activities 5
Public administration and defense; compulsory social security 115
Education 128
Human health and social work activities 56
Arts, entertainment and recreation 11
Other service activities 14
Total 1,957

Sports[edit]

The local football team, FK Boksit Milići, were also established by the company in 1972.

In the 1990s, businessman Rajko Dukić invested in sports development in Milići, and local teams became champions of Republika Srpska in football, chess, bowling and women's handball. He also invested in a large cultural complex occupying the centre of the town, including a museum, motel, pool complex and the 65-metre tall 'Rajko's Tower'.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cities and Municipalities of Republika Srpska" (PDF). rzs.rs.ba. Republika Srspka Institute of Statistics. 25 December 2019. Retrieved 31 December 2019.
  2. ^ http://lat.rtrs.tv/vijesti/vijest/miliciotvoren-toranj-i-muzej-rudarstva-13146
  • 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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