Rogatica

Рогатиц?
Rogatica
Location in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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General Information
EntityRepublika Srpska
Municipality area664 km
Population
- (est.)

17,000
- (1991 census)21,812
Coordinates
Area code+387 57
Time zoneCET (UTC+1)
CEST (UTC+2)
Politics
MayorTomislav Batinić (SDS) [1]
Rogatica (Cyrillic: Рогатица) is a municipality and town in eastern Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, located 60 kilometres east of Sarajevo; midway on the road from Goražde towards Sokolac. The village of Žepa is located in the Rogatica municipality.

Demographics

1971

25.501 total
  • Muslims - 15.096 (59,19)
  • Serbs - 10.208 (40,02)
  • Croats - 45 (0,17)
  • Yugoslavs - 62 (0,24)
  • Others - 90 (0,38)

1991

In the census of 1991, the municipality had 21,812 residents, the ethnic distribution of which were; The town of Rogatica itself had 8,930 inhabitants:
  • 5,662 (63%) Muslims by nationality
  • 3,062 (34%) Serbs
  • 139 (2%) Yugoslavs
  • 1% others
Note: Most Muslims by nationality today consider themselves Bosniaks.

No census has been conducted since 1991, but estimates put the population at around 18,000, mostly Serbs.[2]

History

In 1992, during the first year of the war all of the Bosnian Muslim (Bosniak) population was expelled from the Rogatica municipality, with the sole exception of Žepa. In July 1995 the remainder of the Bosniak population was expelled when Žepa fell to the Serbs. An estimated 1,133 Bosnian Muslims (Bosniaks) were killed between 1992-1995 in Rogatica.

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"Srbija do Tokija"
Patron Saint
Saint Stephen2
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Saint Stephen2
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Sokolac (Cyrillic: Соколац) is a town and municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Republika Srpska entity.

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1971

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