Umovo (Macedonian: Умово) is an abandoned village in the municipality of Studeničani, North Macedonia.

Umovo
Village
Умово
Umovo is located in Republic of North Macedonia
Umovo
Umovo
Location within North Macedonia
Coordinates: 41°52′N 21°26′E / 41.867°N 21.433°E / 41.867; 21.433Coordinates: 41°52′N 21°26′E / 41.867°N 21.433°E / 41.867; 21.433
Country North Macedonia
RegionLogo of Skopje Region.svg Skopje
MunicipalityCoat of arms of Studeničani Municipality.svg Studeničani
Population
 (2002)
 • Total0
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Car platesSK
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HistoryEdit

During the great migration movements in Macedonia at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th centuries, Macedonian Muslims left the Debar area for the central regions of Macedonia and established villages such as Umovo located in the Skopje area.[1]

DemographicsEdit

The village when inhabited in past times had a Macedonian Muslim (Torbeš) population and the language of daily communication was Macedonian.[1][2]

The Yugoslav census of 1953 recorded 825 people of whom 815 were Turks, 6 Macedonians and 4 others.[3] The 1961 Yugoslav census recorded 64 people, all Turks.[3] The 1971 census recorded 17 people, all Turks.[3] The 1981 Yugoslav census was the last to record any people as residing in the village which contained 35 inhabitants, all Turks.[3] According to the 2002 census, the village had a total of 0 inhabitants.[4]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Vidoeski, Božidar (1998). Dijalektite na makedonskiot jazik. Vol. 1. Makedonska akademija na naukite i umetnostite. ISBN 9789989649509.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link) p. 126. "Еден дел од торбешката група, кои на крајот на XVII век и во почетокот на XVIII-иот, во времето на големите миграциони движења во Македонија, ја напуштило старата територија (Дебарско) и се преселило во централните области на Македонија. Така се формирале шет торбешки села во Скопско (Пагаруша, Д. Количани, Држилово, Цветово, Елово, Умово) и две Велешко (Г. Врановци и Мелница)."
  2. ^ Idrizi, Xhemaludin (2003). Mikrotoponimia e Karshikës së Shkupit [Microtoponyms of Skopje’s Karshiaka region. Skopje: Interdiskont. pp. 17, 50. ISBN 9989-815-37-2.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  3. ^ a b c d Sherafedin Kaso (2005). The settlements with Muslim population in Macedonia. Logos-A. p. 345. ISBN 978-9989-58-155-7.
  4. ^ Macedonian Census (2002), Book 5 - Total population according to the Ethnic Affiliation, Mother Tongue and Religion, The State Statistical Office, Skopje, 2002, p. 184.

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