Doljani, Donji Lapac

Doljani (Serbian Cyrillic: Дољани)[1] is a village in Croatia.

Doljani

Дољани (Serbian)[1]
Village
Doljani is located in Croatia
Doljani
Doljani
Coordinates: 44°28′39″N 16°06′16″E / 44.47750°N 16.10444°E / 44.47750; 16.10444
Country Croatia
CountyLika-Senj County
MunicipalityDonji Lapac
Elevation
596 m (1,955 ft)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total133
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
53252 Doljani
Area code(s)+385 (53)

PopulationEdit

According to the 2011 census, Doljani had 133 inhabitants.[2]

Population[3]
1857 1869 1880 1890 1900 1910 1921 1931 1948 1953 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011
1.292 1.548 1.375 1.480 1.796 1.909 1.845 1.626 809 763 653 486 373 305 95 133

Note: Until 1931, the name of the settlement was Doljane. From 1857-1880 part of the data is included in the settlement of Dobroselo. Data from census years 1857-1931 (from 1857-1880 data is just calculated) is not totally included for the current part of the settlement (hamlet) of Martin Brod which before World War II was part of Croatia and after the war and small territorial changes and border corrections between that time yugoslav federal units of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the border region in eastern Lika and northwestern Bosnia, became part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

1991 censusEdit

According to the 1991 census, settlement of Doljani had 305 inhabitants, which were ethnically declared as this:

Doljani
1991

total: 305

  Serbs 303 (99.34%)
  unknown 2 (0.65%)

Austro-hungarian 1910 censusEdit

According to the 1910 census, settlement of Doljani had 1,909 inhabitants in 11 hamlets, which were linguistically and religiously declared as this:

Population by language Croatian or Serbian
Bakrač 107
Dabina Strana 28
Debeljača 307
Doljane 508
Doljanska Kozjača 62
Doljanski Bubanj 220
Grabova Unka 88
Kamenito Poljice 232
Kosno Poljice 117
Orelj-krš 60
Ravno Poljice 180
Total 1,909 (100%)
Population by religion Eastern Orthodox Roman Catholics
Bakrač 107 -
Dabina Strana 28 -
Debeljača 307 -
Doljane 505 3
Doljanska Kozjača 62 -
Doljanski Bubanj 220 -
Grabova Unka 88 -
Kamenito Poljice 232 -
Kosno Poljice 117 -
Orelj-krš 60 -
Ravno Poljice 179 1
Total 1,905 (99.79%) 4 (0.20%)

In 1910. census hamlet of Martin-brod was also part of settlement Doljani. After World War II it became a part of neighbouring settlement with same name Martin Brod in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and data for that hamlet in 1910 census was:

Population by language Croatian or Serbian
Martin-brod 114
Total 114 (100%)
Population by religion Eastern Orthodox Roman Catholics
Martin-brod 113 1
Total 113 (99.12%) 1 (0.87%)

LiteratureEdit

  • [1] Savezni zavod za statistiku i evidenciju FNRJ i SFRJ, popis stanovništva 1948, 1953, 1961, 1971, 1981. i 1991. godine.
  • Knjiga: "Narodnosni i vjerski sastav stanovništva Hrvatske, 1880-1991: po naseljima, autor: Jakov Gelo, izdavač: Državni zavod za statistiku Republike Hrvatske, 1998., ISBN 953-6667-07-X, ISBN 978-953-6667-07-9;

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