Municipality of Dobrovnik

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Municipality of Dobrovnik
Občina Dobrovnik
Dobronak község
Coat of arms of Dobrovnik.png
Obcine Slovenija 2007 Dobrovnik.svg
Location of the Municipality of Dobrovnik in Slovenia
Coordinates: 46°39′N16°21′E / 46.650°N 16.350°E / 46.650; 16.350 Coordinates: 46°39′N16°21′E / 46.650°N 16.350°E / 46.650; 16.350
Country Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia
Government
  MayorMarjan Kardinar (LDS)
Area
  Total31.1 km2 (12.0 sq mi)
Population
 (2008) [1]
  Total1,332
  Density43/km2 (110/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+01 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+02 (CEST)
Website www.dobrovnik.si OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg

The Municipality of Dobrovnik (Slovene : Občina Dobrovnik [ˈóːptʃina dɔˈbɾɔ́ːwnik] ; Hungarian : Dobronak község [ˈdobronɒk ˈkøʃʃeːɡ] ) is a municipality in Slovenia. The seat of the municipality is Dobrovnik (Hungarian : Dobronak). It is located in the Prekmurje region. It has a significant Hungarian ethnic community that outnumbers the Slovenes. Dobrovnik is one of the two municipalities in Slovenia where ethnic Slovenes form a minority of the population, the other being Hodoš (Hungarian : Hodos).

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Settlements

Villages in the municipality Obcina Dobrovnik - naselja.jpg
Villages in the municipality

In addition to the municipal seat of Dobrovnik, the municipality also includes the settlements of Strehovci and Žitkovci.

Demographics

Population by native language, 2002 census [2]
Hungarian 675 (51.6%)
Slovene 551 (44.6%)
Others and unknown71 (5.43%)
Total1,307

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