Location of Srebrenik within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|• Municipality president||Nihad Omerović (SDA)|
|• Total||248 km2 (96 sq mi)|
|Population (2013 census)|
|• Density||172/km2 (450/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Area code(s)||+387 35|
Srebrenik is a town and municipality in northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is administratively part of the Tuzla Canton and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town of Srebrenik is located northwest of Tuzla, the country's third largest city. Srebrenik has one football club, Gradina, and two basketball clubs, Gradina and Silver kings.
There are two historical versions related to the Ottoman conquest of Srebrenik. According to one, Srebrenik was taken in 1512, together with Teočak. The other version says that Srebrenik was taken together with Sokol and Tešanj in 1521 by the Bosnian sanjak bey Feriz. Although there is no precise data, it can be assumed that the Srebrenik old town and its fortress were built during the Hungarian rule over Bosnia, while some parts, such as a mosque were built during the Ottoman period.
- Bosniaks - 24,628 (73,25%)
- Serbs - 5,489 (16,32%)
- Croats - 3,256 (9,68%)
- Yugoslavs - 34 (0,10%)
- others - 213 (0,65%)
In the 1991 census, the municipality of Srebrenik had 40,882 inhabitants:
List of residential places in Srebrenik municipality
The list from 1991.: Alibasici, Babunovići, Behrami, Brda, Brezik, Brnjičani, Cage, Cerik, Crveno Brdo, Čekanići, Ćehaje, Ćojlučko Polje, Ćojluk, Dedići, Donji Moranjci, Donji Podpeć, Donji Srebrenik, Duboki Potok, Falešići, Gornji Hrgovi, Gornji Moranjci, Novo naselje Polje, Gornji Podpeć, Gornji Srebrenik, Huremi, Jasenica, Ježinac, Kiseljak, Kuge, Like, Lipje, Lisovići, Luka, Ljenobud, Maoča, Podorašje, Previle, Rapatnica, Seona, Sladna, Srebrenik, Straža, Šahmeri, Špionica Centar, Špionica Donja, Špionica Gornja, Špionica Srednja, Tinja Donja, Tinja Gornja, Tutnjevac, Uroža and Zahirovići.
The local football club, NK Gradina, plays in the First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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