Požega-Slavonia County within Croatia
|• Župan||Alojz Tomašević (HDZ)|
|• Total||1,823 km2 (704 sq mi)|
|• Density||43/km2 (110/sq mi)|
|ISO 3166 code||HR-11|
|HDI (2018)||0.786 |
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Požega-Slavonia County (Croatian : Požeško-slavonska županija [pôʒeʃko-slǎʋoːnskaː ʒupǎnija]) is a Croatian county in western Slavonia. Its capital is Požega. Its population was 78,034 as of the 2011 census.
Alongside the City of Zagreb and Bjelovar-Bilogora County, it is one of three Croatian counties that do not border another nation.
Požega-Slavonia county borders on Bjelovar-Bilogora County in the northwest, Virovitica-Podravina County in the north, Osijek-Baranja County in the northeast, Brod-Posavina County in the south, and Sisak-Moslavina County in the southwest.
Požega-Slavonija County is divided into:
|Municipality||Area (km²)||Population |
|Brestovac||279.53||3,726||Amatovci • Bogdašić • Bolomače • Boričevci • Brestovac • Busnovi • Crljenci • Čečavac • Čečavački Vučjak • Daranovci • Deževci • Dolac • Donji Gučani • Gornji Gučani • Ivandol • Jaguplije • Jeminovac • Kamenska • Kamenski Šeovci • Kamenski Vučjak • Koprivna • Kruševo • Kujnik • Mihajlije • Mijači • Mrkoplje • Novo Zvečevo • Nurkovac • Oblakovac • Orljavac • Pasikovci • Pavlovci • Perenci • Podsreće • Požeški Brđani • Rasna • Ruševac • Sažije • Skenderovci • Sloboština • Striježevica • Šnjegavić • Šušnjari • Vilić Selo • Vranić • Zakorenje • Završje • Žigerovci|
|Kaptol||90||3,472||Alilovci • Bešinci • Češljakovci • Doljanovci • Golo Brdo • Kaptol • Komarovci • Novi Bešinci • Podgorje • Ramanovci|
|Čaglin||179||2,723||Čaglin • Darkovac • Djedina Rijeka • Dobra Voda • Dobrogošće • Draganlug • Duboka • Imrijevci • Ivanovci • Jasik • Jezero • Jurkovac • Kneževac • Latinovac • Migalovci • Milanlug • Mokreš • Nova Lipovica • Nova Ljeskovica • Novi Zdenkovac • Paka • Ruševo • Sapna • Sibokovac • Sovski Dol • Stara Ljeskovica • Stari Zdenkovac • Stojčinovac • Veliki Bilač • Vlatkovac • Vukojevica|
|Velika||154||5,607||Antunovac • Biškupci • Bratuljevci • Doljanci • Draga • Gornji Vrhovci • Kantrovci • Klisa • Lučinci • Markovac • Milanovac • Milivojevci • Nježić • Oljasi • Ozdakovci • Poljanska • Potočani • Radovanci • Smoljanovci • Stražeman • Toranj • Trenkovo • Trnovac • Velika|
|Jakšić||43.70||4,058||Bertelovci • Cerovac • Eminovci • Granje • Jakšić • Radnovac • Rajsavac • Svetinja • Tekić • Treštanovci|
|Source: Naselja i stanovništvo Republike Hrvatske 1857–2001, Croatian Bureau of Statistics, Zagreb, 2005|
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