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Niko Koprivica (1889, Cavtat – 25 October 1944, Dubrovnik) was a politician of the Croatian Peasant Party who was mayor of Dubrovnik in the final days of the Independent State of Croatia. He was a lawyer by profession.
Koprivica was admitted to the Catholic Church's Order of St. Gregory the Great in 1926. He was a member of the Brethren of the Croatian Dragon and held the title of Dragon of Cavtat within the organization.
Koprivica was selected by the city council to be mayor on 13 October 1944. He was killed by Yugoslav Partisans as a collaborationist on 25 October 1944. He was interred on 10 October 2008 following a funeral mass at the Assumption Cathedral in Dubrovnik.
- Udruga Daksa 1944./1945. podignula kaznenu prijavu za ratne zločine Archived 2008-06-15 at the Wayback Machine., dubrovacki-list.hr; accessed 12 August 2015.(in Croatian)
- Dubrovnik: Pokopani posmrtni ostatci nekadašnjeg gradonačelnika dr. Koprivice Archived 2008-10-19 at the Wayback Machine., Glas Dalmacije, glasdalmacije.hr; accessed 12 August 2015.(in Croatian)
- Zmajske vijesti Archived 2012-07-23 at WebCite, braca-hrvatskoga-zmaja.hr; accessed 12 August 2015.(in Croatian) (pg. 47)
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