|Village and municipality|
The Saint Agatha Virgin and Martyr Catholic Church
Location of Nova Crnja within Serbia
|• President of municipality||Pera Milankov|
|• Nova Crnja||273 km2 (105.4 sq mi)|
|• Nova Crnja||1,491|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Nova Crnja (Serbian Cyrillic: Нова Црња; Hungarian: Magyarcsernye, pronounced [ˈmɒɟɒrt͡ʃɛrɲɛ]; German: Neuzerne) is a village and municipality located in the Central Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. The village has a population of 1,491, while the municipality has 10,272 inhabitants.
Nova Crnja municipality includes the following villages:
Although the village of Nova Crnja is a seat of municipality, the largest of these villages is Srpska Crnja.
Before 1961, there was one more village in the municipality, which was abandoned because of groundwater. The name of the village was Molin.
Population of the village in different censuses:
- 1948: 3,105
- 1953: 3,310
- 1961: 3,317
- 1971: 2,911
- 1981: 2,739
- 1991: 2,353
- 2002: 1,861
Demographics (2011 census)
Ethnic groups in the municipality
The population of the Nova Crnja municipality is composed of:
Settlements by ethnic majority
Places with Serb ethnic majority are: Aleksandrovo, Vojvoda Stepa, Radojevo, and Srpska Crnja, while places with Hungarian ethnic majority are: Nova Crnja (Hungarian: Magyarcsernye) and Toba (Hungarian: Tóba).
Ethnic groups in the village
The population of the Nova Crnja village is composed of:
- Municipalities of Serbia
- List of places in Serbia
- List of cities, towns and villages in Vojvodina
- Central Banat District
- "Population by ethnicity – Nova Crnja". Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia (SORS). Retrieved 28 February 2013.
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