Rakovica, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Rakovica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Rakovica is a village in central-eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, located east of Ilidža and Sarajevo on the local road towards Kiseljak.

Population was 2,721 in the 1991 census: 45% Bosniaks, 42% Serbs, 9% Croats and 3% Yugoslavs. Post war population consists of 90% Bosniaks, 7% Croats, and 3% Serbs.


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