List of cities and towns in Croatia

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An urbanized area in Croatia can gain the status of grad (which can be translated as town or city as there is no distinction between the two terms in Croatian) if it meets one of the following requirements:

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  1. is the center of a county (županija), or
  2. has more than 10,000 residents, or
  3. is defined by an exception (where the necessary historical, economic or geographic reasons exist)

A city (town) represents an urban, historical, natural, economic and social whole. The suburbs comprising an economic and social whole with the city, connected with it by daily migration movements and daily needs of the population of local significance, may also be included into the composition of a city as unit of local self-government. [1]

Grad (city/town) is the local administrative equivalent of općina (translated as "municipality"), with the only distinction being that the former usually comprise urban areas whereas the latter commonly consist of a group of villages. Note that both municipalities and city/towns often comprise more than one settlement, as the administrative territory of a grad may include suburban villages or hamlets near the city/town in question. Individual settlements (naselja) are the smallest statistical unit counted by the Croatian Bureau of Statistics but are not administrative entities, i.e. they are governed by the municipal or city/town council of the local administrative unit they belong to (they are similar to the United States census designated places).

Croatian cities are administratively subdivided into "city districts" (gradski kotari/gradske četvrti) and/or "local committees" (mjesni odbori) with elected councils. The City of Zagreb, as the capital, not being part of any county, is subdivided into both city districts and local committees. [2]

According to the Constitution, the city of Zagreb, as the capital of Croatia, has a special status. As such, Zagreb performs self-governing public affairs of both city and county. [6]

Tasks and organization

Cities (in English these would be called "towns"), within their self-governing scope of activities, perform the tasks of local significance, which directly fulfil the citizens’ needs, and which were not assigned to the state bodies by the Constitution or law, particularly the tasks referring to urban design of settlements and dwelling, zoning and urban planning, communal activities, child care, social welfare, primary health care, personality development and primary education, culture, physical culture and sports, consumers protection, protection and improvement of the natural environment, fire and civil defence, local transport. [1]

"Big cities" ("big city" is a Croatian legal term, in English these would be just "cities"), i.e. cities with more than 35,000 inhabitants that are also economic, financial, cultural, public health, scientific or traffic centres and cities that are county seats, in addition to these tasks, are also responsible for tasks regarding public roads maintenance and issuing of building and location permits. [1]

City government

City council (Gradsko vijeće) is the representative body of citizens and the body of local self-government. The councillors are elected for a four-year term on the basis of universal suffrage in direct elections by secret ballot using proportional system with d'Hondt method. The executive head of the city is the mayor (gradonačelnik), also elected in direct elections by majoritarian vote (two-round system) for a four-year term (together with one or two deputy mayors). [7] He/She (with the deputy mayor/s) can be recalled by a referendum. City administrative departments and services manage administrative procedures in their areas of jurisdiction. The mayor names heads (principals) of the departments and services, who are chosen on the basis of a public competition. [1]

List of cities and towns

The following is a complete list of all officially designated 128 cities/towns in Croatia, sorted by population according to the 2011 population census. At the time of the previous census in 2001 there had been 123 cities/towns in the country and four former municipalities were administratively upgraded to towns prior to the 2011 census: Vodnjan (in 2003), Kutjevo, Otok, and Sveta Nedelja (in 2006). In addition, the table includes data for Popovača, also a former municipality which was re-designated as town in the latest administrative revision in April 2013. [5]

The Municipal column in the table lists total population within the geographical boundary of the local administrative subdivision. This means that the figure often includes other smaller settlements such as villages or hamlets located on the outskirts or near the city/town proper. In contrast, the Town/City proper column lists only population of the city/town proper, without the smaller settlements which administratively belong to the city. Both numbers are given as in some cases the figures may vary dramatically (for example Velika Gorica with nearby settlements has a population of around 63,000 but the town proper has only 31,000 residents).

Note that the town of Kaštela is a unique exception in that it only exists as an administrative unit - it is legally treated as an agglomeration of seven separate settlements with populations ranging from 3,000 to 7,000, none of which is actually called "Kaštela". Its town council is located in Kaštel Sućurac.

Another set of exceptions arises from the special status of the City of Zagreb, which is considered both a county and a city, and is further subdivided into city districts, local committees and settlements. Unlike its other districts, the district of Sesvete still has the status of a standalone settlement with a population of about 54,000. This would make it a large city in itself, but it does not have the administrative status of a city. [8] [9]

  ¤ County seat. Note that there is a total of 21 counties of Croatia but only 20 county seats - the capital Zagreb doubles as a county (called City of Zagreb or Grad Zagreb) and the seat of the separate Zagreb County (Zagrebačka županija) which surrounds Zagreb but does not actually include the capital city.
#1 Zagreb Panorama Zagreb.jpg
#1 Zagreb
#2 Split SplitM1.jpg
#2 Split
#3 Rijeka Rijekaizzraka.jpg
#3 Rijeka
#4 Osijek Osijek - zimska luka 2.jpg
#4 Osijek
#5 Zadar Zadar Kathedrale St. Anastasia 03.jpg
#5 Zadar
#6 Velika Gorica Velika Gorica from air 2.JPG
#6 Velika Gorica
#7 Slavonski Brod Korso slavonski brod.jpg
#7 Slavonski Brod
#8 Pula The new old amphitheater in Pula Istria (19629095974).jpg
#8 Pula
#9 Karlovac Zorin dom Karlovac.jpg
#9 Karlovac
#10 Sisak Old bridge - Sisak.jpg
#10 Sisak
#11 Varazdin Varazdin - stari grad.jpg
#11 Varaždin
#12 Sibenik Kroatien Sibenik.jpg
#12 Šibenik
#13 Dubrovnik Dubrovnik x0025.jpg
#13 Dubrovnik
#14 Bjelovar Bjelovar Preradoviceva.JPG
#14 Bjelovar
#15 Kastela Kastel Stafilic.JPG
#15 Kaštela
City / town County MunicipalTown/City proper
2011 pop.Rank2011 pop.Rank
Zagreb ¤Flag of Zagreb.svg  Zagreb 790,017
1
688,163
1
Split ¤Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 178,102
2
167,121
2
Rijeka ¤Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 128,624
3
128,384
3
Osijek ¤Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 108,048
4
84,104
4
Zadar ¤Flag of Zadar County.png  Zadar County 75,062
5
71,471
5
Velika Gorica Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 63,517
6
31,553
13
Slavonski Brod ¤Flag of Brod-Posavina County.svg  Brod-Posavina 59,141
7
53,531
7
Pula Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 57,460
8
57,460
6
Karlovac ¤Flag of Karlovac county.svg  Karlovac County 55,705
9
46,833
8
Sisak ¤Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 47,768
10
33,322
11
Varaždin ¤Flag of Varazdin County.png  Varaždin County 46,946
11
38,839
9
Šibenik ¤Flag of Sibenik-Knin County.png  Šibenik-Knin 46,332
12
34,302
10
Dubrovnik ¤Flag of Dubrovnik-Neretva County.png  Dubrovnik-Neretva 42,615
13
28,434
14
Bjelovar ¤Zastava bjelovarsko bilogorske zupanije.gif  Bjelovar-Bilogora 40,276
14
27,024
15
Kaštela Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 38,667
15
Samobor Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 37,633
16
15,956
22
Vinkovci Flag of Vukovar-Syrmia County.svg  Vukovar-Srijem 35,312
17
32,029
12
Koprivnica ¤Flag of Koprivnica-Krizevci County.png  Koprivnica-Križevci 30,854
18
23,955
17
Đakovo Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 27,745
19
19,491
21
Vukovar ¤Flag of Vukovar-Syrmia County.svg  Vukovar-Srijem 27,683
20
26,468
16
Čakovec ¤Flag of Medjimurje.png  Međimurje 27,104
21
15,147
25
Požega ¤Flag of Pozega-Slavonia County.png  Požega-Slavonia 26,248
22
19,506
20
Zaprešić Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 25,223
23
19,644
19
Sinj Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 24,826
24
11,478
32
Petrinja Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 24,671
25
15,683
23
Solin Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 23,926
26
20,212
18
Kutina Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 22,760
27
13,735
27
Virovitica ¤Flag of Virovitica-Podravina County.png  Virovitica-Podravina County 21,291
28
14,688
26
Križevci Flag of Koprivnica-Krizevci County.png  Koprivnica-Križevci 21,122
29
11,231
33
Sveta Nedelja Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 18,059
30
1,338
119
Dugo Selo Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 17,466
31
10,453
36
Metković Flag of Dubrovnik-Neretva County.png  Dubrovnik-Neretva 16,788
32
15,329
24
Poreč Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 16,696
33
9,790
39
Našice Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 16,224
34
7,888
44
Sveti Ivan Zelina Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 15,959
35
2,764
96
Jastrebarsko Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 15,866
36
5,493
61
Knin Flag of Sibenik-Knin County.png  Šibenik-Knin 15,407
37
10,633
35
Omiš Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 14,936
38
6,462
54
Vrbovec Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 14,797
39
4,947
64
Ivanić-Grad Flag of Zagreb County.svg  Zagreb County 14,548
40
9,379
40
Rovinj Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 14,294
41
13,056
29
Nova Gradiška Flag of Brod-Posavina County.svg  Brod-Posavina 14,229
42
11,821
31
Ogulin Flag of Karlovac county.svg  Karlovac County 13,915
43
8,216
42
Makarska Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 13,834
44
13,426
28
Ivanec Flag of Varazdin County.png  Varaždin County 13,758
45
5,234
62
Slatina Flag of Virovitica-Podravina County.png  Virovitica-Podravina County 13,686
46
10,208
38
Novska Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 13,518
47
7,028
47
Umag Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 13,467
48
7,281
46
Novi Marof Flag of Varazdin County.png  Varaždin County 13,246
49
1,956
109
Trogir Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 13,192
50
10,923
34
Gospić ¤Flag of Lika-Senj County.png  Lika-Senj 12,745
51
6,575
52
Krapina ¤Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 12,480
52
4,471
70
Županja Flag of Vukovar-Syrmia County.svg  Vukovar-Srijem 12,090
53
12,090
30
Popovača Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 11,905
54
4,207
75
Opatija Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 11,659
55
6,657
51
Labin Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 11,642
56
6,893
48
Daruvar Zastava bjelovarsko bilogorske zupanije.gif  Bjelovar-Bilogora 11,633
57
8,567
41
Valpovo Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 11,563
58
7,406
45
Pleternica Flag of Pozega-Slavonia County.png  Požega-Slavonia 11,323
59
3,418
85
Duga Resa Flag of Karlovac county.svg  Karlovac County 11,180
60
6,011
59
Crikvenica Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 11,122
61
6,860
49
Benkovac Flag of Zadar County.png  Zadar County 11,026
62
2,866
91
Belišće Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 10,825
63
6,518
53
Imotski Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 10,764
64
4,757
67
Garešnica Zastava bjelovarsko bilogorske zupanije.gif  Bjelovar-Bilogora 10,472
65
3,874
79
Kastav Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 10,440
66
10,440
37
Ploče Flag of Dubrovnik-Neretva County.png  Dubrovnik-Neretva 10,135
67
6,013
58
Beli Manastir Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 10,068
68
8,049
43
Otočac Flag of Lika-Senj County.png  Lika-Senj 9,778
69
4,240
74
Donji Miholjac Zastava Osjecko-baranjske zupanije.png  Osijek-Baranja 9,491
70
6,240
56
Glina Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 9,283
71
4,680
69
Trilj Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 9,109
72
2,076
107
Zabok Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 8,994
73
2,714
98
Vodice Flag of Sibenik-Knin County.png  Šibenik-Knin 8,875
74
6,755
50
Pazin ¤Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 8,638
75
4,386
71
Ludbreg Flag of Varazdin County.png  Varaždin County 8,478
76
3,603
83
Pakrac Flag of Pozega-Slavonia County.png  Požega-Slavonia 8,460
77
4,842
65
Lepoglava Flag of Varazdin County.png  Varaždin County 8,283
78
4,174
76
Bakar Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 8,279
79
1,473
117
Đurđevac Flag of Koprivnica-Krizevci County.png  Koprivnica-Križevci 8,264
80
6,349
55
Mali Lošinj Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 8,116
81
6,091
57
Čazma Zastava bjelovarsko bilogorske zupanije.gif  Bjelovar-Bilogora 8,077
82
2,801
95
Rab Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 8,065
83
437
126
Prelog Flag of Medjimurje.png  Međimurje 7,815
84
4,324
73
Drniš Flag of Sibenik-Knin County.png  Šibenik-Knin 7,498
85
3,144
88
Senj Flag of Lika-Senj County.png  Lika-Senj 7,182
86
4,810
66
Ozalj Flag of Karlovac county.svg  Karlovac County 6,817
87
1,181
120
Ilok Flag of Vukovar-Syrmia County.svg  Vukovar-Srijem 6,767
88
5,072
63
Pregrada Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 6,594
89
1,828
111
Vrgorac Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 6,572
90
2,039
108
Grubišno Polje Zastava bjelovarsko bilogorske zupanije.gif  Bjelovar-Bilogora 6,478
91
2,917
89
Varaždinske Toplice Flag of Varazdin County.png  Varaždin County 6,364
92
1,765
112
Otok Flag of Vukovar-Syrmia County.svg  Vukovar-Srijem 6,343
93
4,694
68
Mursko Središće Flag of Medjimurje.png  Međimurje 6,307
94
3,444
84
Krk Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 6,281
95
3,730
81
Kutjevo Flag of Pozega-Slavonia County.png  Požega-Slavonia 6,247
96
2,440
101
Lipik Flag of Pozega-Slavonia County.png  Požega-Slavonia 6,170
97
2,258
104
Oroslavje Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 6,138
98
3,368
86
Buzet Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 6,133
99
1,679
113
Vodnjan Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 6,119
100
3,613
82
Zlatar Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 6,096
101
2,906
90
Delnice Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5,952
102
4,379
72
Donja Stubica Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 5,680
103
2,200
105
Korčula Flag of Dubrovnik-Neretva County.png  Dubrovnik-Neretva 5,663
104
2,856
93
Biograd na Moru Flag of Zadar County.png  Zadar County 5,569
105
5,569
60
Orahovica Flag of Virovitica-Podravina County.png  Virovitica-Podravina County 5,304
106
3,954
78
Buje Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 5,182
107
2,671
99
Novi Vinodolski Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5,113
108
4,005
77
Slunj Flag of Karlovac county.svg  Karlovac County 5,076
109
1,674
114
Vrbovsko Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 5,076
110
1,673
115
Kraljevica Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 4,618
111
2,857
92
Novigrad Zastava Istarske zupanije.svg  Istria County 4,345
112
2,622
100
Obrovac Flag of Zadar County.png  Zadar County 4,323
113
996
122
Hvar Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 4,251
114
3,771
80
Supetar Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 4,074
115
3,213
87
Pag Flag of Zadar County.png  Zadar County 3,846
116
2,849
94
Skradin Flag of Sibenik-Knin County.png  Šibenik-Knin 3,825
117
588
124
Čabar Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 3,770
118
412
127
Novalja Flag of Lika-Senj County.png  Lika-Senj 3,663
119
2,358
102
Opuzen Flag of Dubrovnik-Neretva County.png  Dubrovnik-Neretva 3,254
120
2,729
97
Klanjec Flag of Krapina-Zagorje-County.svg  Krapina-Zagorje 2,915
121
567
125
Cres Flag of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.png  Primorje-Gorski Kotar 2,879
122
2,289
103
Stari Grad Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 2,781
123
1,885
110
Hrvatska Kostajnica Flag of Sisak-Moslavina County.png  Sisak-Moslavina 2,756
124
2,127
106
Nin Flag of Zadar County.png  Zadar County 2,744
125
1,132
121
Vrlika Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 2,177
126
828
123
Vis Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 1,934
127
1,672
116
Komiža Flag of Split-Dalmatia County.svg  Split-Dalmatia 1,526
128
1,397
118

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Sveta Marija is a village and a municipality in Međimurje County, Croatia. It is located in the south-eastern part of the county, near the Drava River, approximately 27 kilometres south-east of Čakovec and 11 kilometres east of Prelog, the largest and second-largest city of Međimurje County respectively.

Pribislavec Municipality in Međimurje, Croatia

Pribislavec is a village and a municipality in Međimurje County, in northern Croatia. It is located just outside Čakovec, the seat and largest city of Međimurje County, with its westernmost part basically connected with the city's easternmost part.

Štefanec, Međimurje County Village in Međimurje County, Croatia

Štefanec is a village in Međimurje County, Croatia.

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