|District of Serbia|
Location of Pirot District in Serbia
|• Total||2,761 km2 (1,066 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Total||92 479|
|• Density||33.4/km2 (87/sq mi)|
|- Cities and towns||4|
It encompasses the municipalities of:
Ethnic groups (2011 census)
|This article needs to be updated. (November 2011)|
- Serbs = 77,379 (83,67%)
- Bulgarians = 6,602 (7,14%)
- Roma = 4,306 (4,66%)
History and culture
The first mention of Pirot are found already in the second century A.D. In its vicinity is the church from the thirteenth century: the Church of St. Petka, and the monastery of St. John the Theologist from the late fourteenth century displays a fine example of the Serb medieval architecture.
Medicinal water from the Zvonci Spa (Zvonačka Banja), a health resort, was used already in the ancient times, and natural beauties of this region are renounced throughout Serbia. The oldest craft, today an industry, is Rug-making: the weaving trade, by which this region has gained its world-wide fame.
The most of the facilities of the Pirot economic organizations are located in the industrial zone: the "Tigar" rubber industry, the "Prvi maj" textile industry, and the "Suko" paints and varnishes industry.
- Note: All official material made by Government of Serbia is public by law. Information was taken from official website.
- Pirot.Org Web portal and forum of municipality of Pirot
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