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Bitola municipality
Општина Битола
—  Urban municipality  —

Flag
region
Municipal seat Bitola
Government
 - mayor Vladimir Taleski
Area
 - Total 422.39 km2 (163.1 sq mi)
Population
 - Total 95,385
 - Density 787.95/km2 (2,040.8/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
Area code(s) 047
car plates BT
Website http://www.bitola.gov.mk

Bitola (Macedonian: Битола) is a municipality in southern Republic of Macedonia. Bitola is also the name of the city where the municipal seat is found. It is located in the Pelagonia statistical region.

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Geography

The municipality borders Demir Hisar municipality in the north, Mogila in the northeast, Resen in the west, Krivogaštani in the southeast and Greece in the south.

The municipality expands vast through the Pelagonia valley reaching the highest points of Baba Mountain. The Reka Crna runs through the municipality.

Demographics

The population of the municipality is 122,173 of whom approximately 95,385 live in the municipality center Bitola, the rest live in the suburbs and the villages of the municipality.

According to the last National Macedonian census the majority in the municipality is represented by the Macedonians with 88.7% or 84,616, the following are the Albanians with 4.36% or 4,164, Roma are represented with 2.73% (2,613), Turks with 1.69% (1,610), Bosniaks with 0.03% (21), Serbs with 0.57% (541), Vlachs with 1.34% (1,270) and 0.58% (550) are others.

By the 2003 territorial division of the republic, the rural Bistrica municipality and Capari municipality were attached to Bitola municipality. Without these two municipalities the population of the municipality of Bitola was 86,176 according to the National census of 1994, and 86,480 at the last census. ^  The population of the abolished in 2003 Bistrica municipality in 1994 was 5,779, and according to the last census was 5,042. The population of the abolished in 2003 Capari municipality in 1994 was 1,793, and according to the last census was 1,424. With the Territorial administrative division of the republic in 2003 the municipalities of Capari and Bistrica were attached to Bitola and so the population of the present day municipality is 92,874.

Inhabited places

The number of the inhabited places in the municipality is 66. There is one town and 65 villages.


Inhabited places in Bitola Municipality
Village(s): Barešani | Bistrica | Bratin Dol | Brusnik | Bukovo | Velušina | Gabalavci | Gopeš | Gorno Egri | Gorno Orizari | Graešnica | Dihovo | Dolenci | Dolno Egri | Dolno Orizari | Dragarino | Dragožani | Dragoš | Drevenik | Gjavato | Žabeni | Zlokukjani | Kažani | Kanino | Karamani | Kišava | Kravari | Krklino | Kremenica | Krstoar | Kukurečani | Medgitlija | Nižepole | Novo Zmirnovo | Oblakovo | Oleveni | Optičari | Orehovo | Ostrec | Poeševo | Porodin | Ramna | Raštani | Rotino | Svinište | Sekirani | Snegovo | Sredno Egri | Srpci | Staro Zmirnovo | Streževo | Trn | Trnovo | Capari | Crnobuki | Crnovec

Town(s): Bitola

Notes

  1. ^  2002 census results in English and Macedonian (PDF)

See also

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