Štip Municipality

Štip (Macedonian: Штип [ʃtip] (About this soundlisten)) is a municipality in eastern North Macedonia. Štip is also the name of the town where the municipal seat is found. This municipality is part of the Eastern Statistical Region.

Municipality of Štip
Општина Штип
Urban municipality
Flag of Municipality of Štip
Official logo of Municipality of Štip
Location of Municipality of Štip
Country North Macedonia
RegionLogo of Eastern Region, North Macedonia.svg Eastern
Municipal seatŠtip
Government
 • MayorDr. Saško Nikolov (SDSM)
Area
 • Total583.24 km2 (225.19 sq mi)
Population
 • Total47,796
 • Density81.95/km2 (212.2/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
Area code(s)032
car platesŠT
Websitehttp://www.stip.gov.mk

GeographyEdit

Štip Municipality covers an area of 583.24 km². The river Bregalnica runs through the municipality.

The municipality borders

DemographicsEdit

At the census of 2002 the municipality had 47,796 residents.[1]

At the census taken in 1994 the number of inhabitants was 46,372.

Most of them live in the municipality center Štip, approximately 41,000, while the rest live in villages.

Ethnic groups in the municipality:

Inhabited placesEdit

The number of the inhabited places in the municipality is 44.

Inhabited places in Štip Municipality  
Villages: Baltalija | Brest (Štip) | Vrsakovo | Goračino | Dobrošani | Dolani | Edeklerci | Jamularci | Kalapetrovci | Koeševo | Krivi Dol | Lakavica | Leskovica | Lipov Dol | Ljuboten (Štip) | Nikoman | Novo Selo (Štip) | Penuš | Piperovo | Počivalo | Puhče | Sarčievo | Selce | Skandalci | Sofilari | Star Karaorman | Stepanci | Suvo Grlo | Sudikj | Suševo | Tanatarci | Testemelci | Toplikj | Tri Češmi | Hadji-Redjepli | Hadji-Sejdeli | Hadji-Hamzali | Creška | Čardaklija | Čiflik | Šašavarlija | Šopur |

Towns: Štip

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2002 census results in English and Macedonian (PDF)

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 41°45′N 22°12′E / 41.75°N 22.20°E / 41.75; 22.20