Tomba, Montenegro

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Tomba

Томба
Town
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Tomba
Location within Montenegro
Coordinates: Coordinates: 42°04′47″N19°07′44″E / 42.07972°N 19.12889°E / 42.07972; 19.12889
Country Flag of Montenegro.svg  Montenegro
Municipality Coat of Arms of Bar.png Bar
Population
 (2011)
  Total1,187
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)

Tomba (Serbian Cyrillic : Томба) is a village in the municipality of Bar, Montenegro.

Demographics

According to the 2011 census, its population was 1,187. [1]

Ethnicity in 2011
EthnicityNumberPercentage
Montenegrins 68357.5%
Serbs 1159.7%
Albanians 1109.3%
Bosniaks 524.4%
other/undeclared22719.1%
Total1,187100%

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References

  1. "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.