Stupni Do is a village in the municipality of Vareš in central Bosnia and Herzegovina It is located 3 km southeast of the city of Vareš.
This small village received notoriety because of the Bosnian War Stupni Do massacre (1993), in which Croat forces killed 37 Bosniaks.
According to the 1991 census the village had a total population 255 people: 217 Bosniaks, 35 Serbs, 2 Croats and 1 Yugoslav.
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Coordinates: 44°07′30″N 18°19′25″E / 44.125°N 18.3236°E