|District of Serbia|
Location of Pčinja District in Serbia
|• Total||3,520 km2 (1,360 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Density||45.1/km2 (117/sq mi)|
|Municipalities||6 and 1 city|
|– Cities and towns||6|
The Pčinja District (Serbian: Пчињски округ, Pčinjski okrug) covers the southern part of Serbia, bordering the disputed territory of Kosovo, Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia. Its seat is in the city of Vranje. It has a population of 159,081, according to the 2011 census. The Vranjska Banja spa plays a particular part in this region, with its multi-medicinal thermal mineral waters.
It encompasses the municipalities of:
|This article needs to be updated. (November 2011)|
- Serbs = 147,046 (64.58%)
- Albanians = 54,795 (24.07%)
- Roma = 12,073 (5.3%)
- Bulgarians = 8,491 (3.73%)
- Others = 5,285 (2.32%)
- Serbs = 132,601 (83,35%)
- Roma = 13,826 (8.69%)
- Bulgarians = 7,287 (4.58%)
- Albanians = 680 (0.43%)
It is possible that the actual population is greater than is stated in the official statistics, because most Albanians boycotted the census; an estimate is that between 20,000–50,000 more people than recorded live in the district.
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|Kosovo and Metohija||Bulgaria|