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Šuto Orizari
Шуто Оризари
Shuto Orizari
—  Municipality  —


Coat of arms
Coordinates: 42°02′31″N 21°25′19″E / 42.04194°N 21.42194°E / 42.04194; 21.42194Coordinates: 42°02′31″N 21°25′19″E / 42.04194°N 21.42194°E / 42.04194; 21.42194
Country Macedonia
City Skopje
Municipal center Tetovo
 - Mayor Elvis Bajram
 - Total 7.48 km2 (2.9 sq mi)
 - Total 20,800
 - Density 2,780.7/km2 (7,202.1/sq mi)
 - primary Macedonian
 - secondary Albanian
 - secondary Romani
 - Romani 76.7%
 - Albanian 15.0%
 - Macedonian 15.0%
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Area code(s) +389 044
Car plates TE

Šuto Orizari (Macedonian: Шуто Оризари, Macedonian Latinic: Šuto Orizari, Romani: Shuto Orizari) otherwise known as Šutka (Шутка) or Shutka is one of the ten municipalities that makes up the City of Skopje, the capital of the Republic of Macedonia.



The municipality borders Butel municipality in the south and Čučer-Sandevo municipality in the north.


Šuto Orizari is the only municipality in the country where Roma make up a majority of the population. Out of a total population of 17,357 in the 2002 census, 13,311 people (76.7%) were of Roma ethnicity. [1] Other significant ethnic groups include Albanians (15.0%) and Macedonians (5.5%). During the recent conflict in Kosovo many Romani refugees found shelter here. The people of Shuto Orizari are roughly divided between the religions of Orthodox Christianity and Islam, there is a significant muslim Tarika of Sufi Islam (Dervish).


Due to the demographics, both Romani and Macedonian are official languages in Shuto Orizari. Albanian and Serbian are also spoken, but are not official languages. The mayor of the municipality, Erduan Iseini, is an ethnic Rom.

In 2009, the Government of the Republic of Macedonia took further measures to enlarge inclusion of Roma in the education process. The cornerstone of a Government-funded secondary school for Šuto Orizari was laid on 10 February 2009, an investment worth 1.6 million Euro.[2]


  1. ^ Demographics of Macedonian Municipalities by ethnic group (2002 census data)
  2. ^ Government of the Republic of Macedonia

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