Mohovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Мохово, Hungarian: Moha) is a village in Vukovar-Syrmia County in easternmost part of Croatia. It is administratively part of the town of Ilok.

Mohovo
Mohovo, main road entry to the village
Mohovo, main road entry to the village
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Mohovo is located in Croatia
Mohovo
Mohovo
Coordinates: 45°14′57″N 19°13′00″E / 45.24917°N 19.21667°E / 45.24917; 19.21667
Country Croatia
County Vukovar-Syrmia
MunicipalityIlok
Elevation
83 m (272 ft)
Population
 (2011)[1]
 • Total239
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
32234 Šarengrad
Area code(s)+385 0(32)

GeographyEdit

It is located by the Danube, connected by the D2 highway to Opatovac in the west and Šarengrad to the east.

DemographicsEdit

According to the 2011 census, Mohovo had 239 inhabitants.[2]

Population[3]
1857 1869 1880 1890 1900 1910 1921 1931 1948 1953 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011
489 505 378 406 485 481 479 449 360 178 465 465 386 344 303 239

1991 censusEdit

Mohovo[4]
1991

total: 344

  Croats 218 (63.37%)
  Serbs 115 (33.43%)
  Roma 4 (1.16%)
  Hungarians 1 (0.29%)
  Yugoslavs 1 (0.29%)
  nondeclared 5 (1.45%)

1910 censusEdit

Mohovo[5]
Population by language Population by religion

total: 481

  Serbian 439 (91.26%)
  Hungarian 10 (2.07%)
  Croatian 4 (0.83%)
  German 3 (0.62%)
  Czech 1 (0.20%)
  Slovak 1 (0.20%)
  others 23 (4.78%)
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total: 481

  East. Orthodox 462 (96.04%)
  Rom. Cath. 15 (3.11%)
  Calvinists 3 (0.62%)
  East. Catholics 1 (0.20%)
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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vukovar-Srijem County - Town of Ilok". State Statistics Bureau of the Republic of Croatia. 2001. Retrieved 2010-09-13.
  2. ^ "Državni zavod za statistiku Republike Hrvatske".
  3. ^ - Republika Hrvatska - Državni zavod za statistiku: Naselja i stanovništvo Republike Hrvatske 1857.-2001.
  4. ^ Book: "Ethnic and religious composition of population of Croatia, 1880-1991: by settlements", author: Jakov Gelo, publisher: Zagreb, Croatian bureau of statistics, 1998., ISBN 953-6667-07-X, ISBN 978-953-6667-07-9;
  5. ^ Book: "Ethnic and religious composition of population of Croatia, 1880-1991: by settlements", author: Jakov Gelo, publisher: Zagreb, Croatian bureau of statistics, 1998., ISBN 953-6667-07-X, ISBN 978-953-6667-07-9;

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