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Kumanovo municipality
Општина Куманово
—  Urban municipality  —

Flag

Coat of arms
region
Municipal seat Kumanovo
Government
 - mayor Zoran Damjanovski
Area
 - Total 509.48 km2 (196.7 sq mi)
Population
 - Total 105,484
 - Density 207.04/km2 (536.2/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
Area code(s) 031
car plates KU
Website http://www.Kumanovo.gov.mk

Kumanovo (Macedonian: Куманово) is a municipality in northern Republic of Macedonia. Kumanovo is also the name of the city where the municipal seat is found. Kumanovo municipality is part of Northeastern statistical region.

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Geography

The municipality borders Lipkovo municipality, Ilinden and Aračinovo in the west, Serbia in the north, Sveti Nikole and Petrovec in the south, Staro Nagoričane and Kratovo in the east. It expands on an area of 509,48 km².

History

By the 2003 territorial division of the Republic, a part of the rural Orašac municipality was attached to Kumanovo municipality, the other part of Orašac was atached to Staro Nagoričane municipality.

Demographics

Without Orašac the municipality of Kumanovo had 94,589 inhabitants in 1994 and 103,205 at the lasta national census. ^  The population of the abolished Orašac Municipality was 1,638 in 1994 and 1,252 in 2002. The present day municipality has 104,457 inhabitants.

Viewed from the number of inhabitants, Kumanovo with 105,484 residents it is the most populous municipality in Republic of Macedonia, the opposite attribute is assigned to Vraneštica Municipality.

According to the 2002 census, ethnic groups in the Kumanovo Municipality include:

  • Macedonians = 63,746
  • Albanians = 27,290
  • Serbs = 9,062
  • Roma = 4,256
  • Turks = 292
  • Vlachs = 147
  • Bosniaks = 20
  • others = 671

Inhabited places

There are 48 inhabited places in this municipality, one town and 49 villages.


Inhabited places in Kumanovo Municipality MMCA(Kumanovo).png
village(s): Agino Selo | Bedinje | Beljakovce | Biljanovce | Brzak | Vak'v | Vince | Gabreš | Gorno Konjare | Gradište | D'lga | Dobrošane | Dovezaane | Dolno Konjare | Živinje | Zubovce | Jačince | Karabičane | Klečevce | Kokošinje | Kolicko | Kosmatac | Kutlibeg | Kučkarevo | K'šanje | Lopate | Ljubodrag | Murgaš Novo Selo | Novoseljane | Orašac | Pezovo | Proevce | Pčinja | Režanovce | Rečica | Romanovce | Skačkovce | Sopot | Studena Bara | Suševo | Tabanovce Tromeğa | Umin Dol | Čerkezi | Četirce | Šuplji Kamen

Town(s):Kumanovo

Notes

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

See also

External links


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Kumanovo municipality
Општина Куманово
—  Urban municipality  —
File:Flag of
Flag
File:MMCA(Kumanovo).png
Coat of arms
region
Municipal seat Kumanovo
Government
 - mayor Zoran Damjanovski
Area
 - Total 509.48 km2 (196.7 sq mi)
Population
 - Total 105,484
 Density 207.04/km2 (536.2/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
Area code(s) 031
car plates KU
Website http://www.Kumanovo.gov.mk

Kumanovo (Macedonian: Куманово) is a municipality in northern Republic of Macedonia. Kumanovo is also the name of the city where the municipal seat is found. Kumanovo municipality is part of Northeastern statistical region.

Contents

Geography

The municipality borders Lipkovo municipality, Ilinden and Aračinovo in the west, Serbia in the north, Sveti Nikole and Petrovec in the south, Staro Nagoričane and Kratovo in the east. It expands on an area of 509,48 km².

History

By the 2003 territorial division of the Republic, a part of the rural Orašac municipality was attached to Kumanovo municipality, the other part of Orašac was atached to Staro Nagoričane municipality.

Demographics

Without Orašac the municipality of Kumanovo had 94,589 inhabitants in 1994 and 103,205 at the lasta national census. ^ The population of the abolished Orašac Municipality was 1,638 in 1994 and 1,252 in 2002. The present day municipality has 104,457 inhabitants.

Viewed from the number of inhabitants, Kumanovo with 105,484 residents it is the most populous municipality in Republic of Macedonia, the opposite attribute is assigned to Vraneštica Municipality.

According to the 2002 census, ethnic groups in the Kumanovo Municipality include:

  • Macedonians = 63,746
  • Albanians = 27,290
  • Serbs = 9,062
  • Roma = 4,256
  • Turks = 292
  • Vlachs = 147
  • Bosniaks = 20
  • others = 671

Inhabited places

There are 48 inhabited places in this municipality, one town and 49 villages.


Inhabited places in Kumanovo Municipality
village(s): Agino Selo | Bedinje | Beljakovce | Biljanovce | Brzak | Vak'v | Vince | Gabreš | Gorno Konjare | Gradište | D'lga | Dobrošane | Dovezaane | Dolno Konjare | Živinje | Zubovce | Jačince | Karabičane | Klečevce | Kokošinje | Kolicko | Kosmatac | Kutlibeg | Kučkarevo | K'šanje | Lopate | Ljubodrag | Murgaš Novo Selo | Novoseljane | Orašac | Pezovo | Proevce | Pčinja | Režanovce | Rečica | Romanovce | Skačkovce | Sopot | Studena Bara | Suševo | Tabanovce Tromeğa | Umin Dol | Čerkezi | Četirce | Šuplji Kamen

Town(s):Kumanovo

Notes

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

See also

External links



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