Top left: Krvsnica Valley in Una Forest Park; top right: Temple of the Nativity of the Holy Virgin (left) and City Mosque; middle right: footbridge in Ade River; bottom left: panorama view from fortress of Bosanska Krupa; bottom right: city view, watermills in Una River
Location of Bosanska Krupa within Bosnia and Herzegovina.
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|• Municipality president||Armin Halitović (Independent)|
|• Total||561 km2 (217 sq mi)|
|• Density||53/km2 (140/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Area code(s)||+387 37|
Bosanska Krupa (Serbian Cyrillic : Босанска Крупа) is a town and municipality located in the Una-Sana Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As of 2013, it has a population of 29,659 inhabitants.
It is situated on the banks of river Una in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30 km (19 mi) northeast from Bihać (350 km away from Sarajevo).
Bosanska Krupa is located on the border within the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina adjacent to the municipalities of Bužim, Cazin, Bihać, Bosanski Petrovac, Sanski Most, and Krupa na Uni. The last mentioned municipality is part of the Republika Srpska entity and was part of the Bosanska Krupa municipality before the Bosnian War, but after the Dayton Agreement it became a separate municipality.
|Population of settlements – Bosanska Krupa municipality|
|Ethnic composition – Bosanska Krupa town|
|Total||10,196 (100,0%)||14,416 (100,0%)||12,055 (100,0%)||8,974 (100,0%)|
|Bosniaks||9,859 (96,70%)||9,519 (66,03%)||6,858 (56,89%)||6,070 (67,64%)|
|Serbs||54 (0,530%)||4,044 (28,05%)||3,142 (26,06%)||2,433 (27,11%)|
|Croats||50 (0,490%)||102 (0,708%)||109 (0,904%)||202 (2,251%)|
|Others||19 (0,186%)||200 (1,387%)||182 (1,510%)||86 (0,958%)|
|Yugoslavs||2 (0,020%)||551 (3,822%)||1,764 (14,63%)||183 (2,039%)|
|Ethnic composition – Bosanska Krupa municipality|
|Total||29,659 (100,0%)||58,320 (100,0%)||55,229 (100,0%)||50,856 (100,0%)||46,020 (100,0%)|
|Bosniaks||23,886 (93,50%)||43,104 (73,91%)||37,381 (67,68%)||31,842 (62,61%)||23,721 (51,54%)|
|Serbs||1,265 (4,952%)||13,841 (23,73%)||15,029 (27,21%)||18,230 (35,85%)||20,453 (44,44%)|
|Roma||118 (0,462%)||3 (0,005%)|
|Croats||66 (0,258%)||139 (0,238%)||173 (0,313%)||286 (0,562%)||453 (0,980%)|
|Others||30 (0,117%)||528 (0,905%)||251 (0,454%)||216 (0,425%)||122 (0,270%)|
|Albanians||23 (0,090%)||13 (0,024%)||13 (0,026%)|
|Yugoslavs||5 (0,020%)||708 (1,214%)||2,314 (4,190%)||239 (0,470%)||1,271 (2,760%)|
|Slovenes||3 (0,012%)||9 (0,016%)||11 (0,022%)|
|Macedonians||1 (0,004%)||7 (0,013%)|
|Montenegrins||49 (0,089%)||19 (0,037%)|
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