This article is about the village and municipality in Croatia. For the village in Serbia, see
Tovarnik is a municipality in the Vukovar-Syrmia County in Croatia next to the border with Serbia. According to the 2001 census, there are 2,775 inhabitants, 91.06% which are Croats. The municipality is part of [1 ] Syrmia. It is the birthplace of great Croatian poet Antun Gustav Matoš.
Passport stamp from the border with Serbia.
Geography [ edit ]
The municipality is located in historical regions of
Syrmia. The total area of the municipality is 64.56 km 2. The territory of the municipality is completely flat with very fertile black soil.
Climate and weather [ edit ]
Tovarnik municipality has a moderately warm and rainy
continental climate as defined by the Köppen climate classification. Due to the influence of continentality temperature differences within one year are more pronounced than in the rest of country.
Gallery [ edit ]
Notable natives and residents [ edit ]
Settlements [ edit ]
The settlements of
Ilača and Tovarnik comprise the Tovarnik municipality.
References [ edit ]