Petnjica, Šavnik

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Coordinates: 42°58′47″N19°4′43″E / 42.97972°N 19.07861°E / 42.97972; 19.07861
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Municipality SavnikWeapon.png Šavnik
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Petnjica (Serbian Cyrillic : Петњица) is a small village in the municipality of Šavnik, Montenegro. The village is inhabited exclusively by the Karadžić families. [1]



According to the 2011 census, its population was 26, all but 5 of them Serbs. [2]

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  2. "Tabela N1. Stanovništvo prema nacinalnoj odnosno etničkoj pripadnosti po naseljima, Popis stanovništva, domaćinstava i stanova u Crnoj Gori 2011. godine" (in Montenegrin). Statistical Office of Montenegro . Retrieved January 27, 2012.