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Country Montenegro
MunicipalityNikšić Municipality
 • Total2,024
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)

Ozrinići is a small town in central-western Montenegro. According to the 2003 census, the town has a population of 2,024 people.


Montenegrins marching out to battle from Ozrinići.

The village was founded by five families of the Ozrinići tribe in 1597.[1] Apart from the Ozrinići descendants, from the 18th century onwards there were families that settled from Banjani, Kriči, Pješivci, and from other regions and tribes.[1]

In March 1942, during the leftist errors of Second World War, Ozrinići were burned down by Partisans from Nikšić.[2]


  1. ^ a b Петар Влаховић. Гласник Етнографског музеја у Београду, књ. 64. Etnografski muzej u Beogradu. pp. 231–. GGKEY:7LRL4EYK77W.
  2. ^ Istorijski zapisi. с.н. 1987. p. 119. ...спа- љени Озринићи и Загарач, што је најдрастичнији примјер неп- равилног рада.

Coordinates: 42°45′14″N 18°59′07″E / 42.75389°N 18.98528°E / 42.75389; 18.98528