Makedonski Brod Municipality

Makedonski Brod (Macedonian: Македонски Брод [maˈkɛdɔnski brɔt] (listen)) is a municipality in western North Macedonia, named after the town of Makedonski Brod, where the municipal seat is located. Makedonski Brod Municipality is part of the Southwestern Statistical Region.

Makedonski Brod Municipality
Општина Македонски Брод
Urban municipality
Flag of Makedonski Brod Municipality
Coat of arms of Makedonski Brod Municipality
Location of Makedonski Brod Municipality
Country North Macedonia
RegionLogo of Southwestern Region, North Macedonia.svg Southwestern
Municipal seatMakedonski Brod
Government
 • MayorMilosim Vojneski (VMRO-DPMNE)
Area
 • Total888.97 km2 (343.23 sq mi)
Population
 • Total5,889
 • Density8.03/km2 (20.8/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
Area code(s)045
Websitehttp://www.MBrod.gov.mk/

GeographyEdit

The municipality borders

The municipality includes the Kozjak Hydro Power Plant and the associated artificial lake, the largest such lake in the country.

DemographicsEdit

By the August 2004 territorial division of Macedonia, the rural Samokov Municipality was attached to Makedonski Brod Municipality, which then totaled 7,141 inhabitants.[1] Before the merge,

  • The municipality of Makedonski Brod had 5,517 inhabitants in 1994 and 5,558 in 2002
  • Samokov Municipality had 2,057 inhabitants in 1994 and 1,553 in 2002
  • In 2021 the municipality of Makedonski Brod had 5,889 people.
2002 2021
Number % Number %
TOTAL 7,141 100 5,889 100
Macedonians 6,927 97 5,367 91.14
Turks 181 2.53 241 4.09
Persons for whom data are taken from administrative sources n/a n/a 204 3.45
Albanians / / 38 0.65
Roma / / 18 0.31
others 33 0.47 21 0.36

Notable peopleEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2002 census results in English and Macedonian (PDF)
  2. ^ Николов, Борис. ВМОРО - псевдоними и шифри 1893-1934, Звезди, 1999, стр.79
  3. ^ Ристе Наумовски, „Предговор“, во: Илија Сланштанец, По стапки од младост - раскази од младежта, Скопје, 1959, стр. 6.
  4. ^ "БИБЛИОГРАФИЈА НА ТРУДОВИТЕ НА АКАДЕМИК БОЖИДАР ВИДОЕСКИ". MANU. Archived from the original on 12 December 2012. Retrieved 15 January 2015.

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Coordinates: 41°31′N 21°14′E / 41.52°N 21.23°E / 41.52; 21.23