Pivara

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Pivara
Пивара
City municipality
Country Serbia
Region Šumadija and Western Serbia
District Šumadija
Municipality Kragujevac
Founded 31 May 2002
Dissolved 4 March 2008
Settlements 20
Area[1]
 • Municipality 258 km2 (100 sq mi)
Population (2002 census)[2]
 • Urban 25,847
 • Municipality 49,154
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 34070
Area code +381(0)34
Car plates KG

Pivara (Serbian Cyrillic: Пивара) was one of five city municipalities which constituted the city of Kragujevac. The municipality was formed in May 2002, only to be dissolved in March 2008.

Inhabited places[edit]

Map of the city municipalities which constituted the city of Kragujevac
Map of the city municipalities with settlements

The municipality of Pivara comprised the following settlements:

Settlement Population Area (ha)
Urban Kragujevac 42,388 2214
Baljkovac 621 847
Botunje 649 1314
Bukorovac 229 1433
Velika Sugubina 284 2034
Velike Pčelice 673 4073
Gornja Sabanta 839 1490
Gornje Komarice 322 1841
Donja Sabanta 651 2517
Donje Komarice 545 2782
Dulene 218 2567
Jabučje 154 523
Korman 692 774
Maršić 294 882
Trmbas 595 556
Total 49,154 25,847

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Coordinates: 45°57′07″N 20°06′48″E / 45.95194°N 20.11333°E / 45.95194; 20.11333