Trnovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Trnovo is a municipality located about 30 kilometers southeast of the city of Sarajevo, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As a result of the 1995 Dayton Accords, the municipality was divided between the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) and Republika Srpska (RS) into the following two municipalities:

Trnovo (FBiH) in blue and Trnovo (RS) in red.

VillagesEdit

BalbašićiBašciBistročajBobovicaBogatićiBoljanovićiBrdaBrutusiČeružićiČešina StranaČunčićiDejčićiDelijaš · DeseciDivčićiDonja PresjenicaDujmovićiDurakovićiGodinjaGornja PresjenicaGovedovićiGrabGračanicaHamzićiIloviceJablanicaJelačićiKarovićiKijevoKlanacKozija LukaKramariKrsmanićiLedićiLisovićiLukavacMađariMijanovićiMiljeObla BrdaOstojićiPendičićiPodivičPomenovićiPrečaniRajski DoRakitnicaRijekaSjeverovićiSlavljevićiŠabanciŠabićiŠišićiTošićiTrebečajTrnovoTuroviTušilaUlobićiUmčaniUmoljaniVrbovnikZabojskaZagor

Demographic historyEdit

1971Edit

9,555 total

1991Edit

6,991

  • Muslims - 4,790 (68.81%)
  • Serbs - 2,059 (29.45%)
  • Croats - 16 (0.22%)
  • Yugoslavs - 72 (1.02%)
  • Others - 54 (0.80%)