Staro Nagoričane Municipality


Staro Nagoričane Municipality
Staro Nagoričane Municipality
Старо Нагоричане
—  Municipality  —
Старо нагоричане
Location within Macedonia
Country  Macedonia
region Northeastern Statistical Region
Seat Staro Nagoričane
Population
 – Total 4,840
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 – Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 1303
Area code(s) +389 031
Car plates KU

Staro Nagoričane (Macedonian: Старо Нагоричане) is a municipality in northern Republic of Macedonia. Staro Nagoričane is also the name of the village where the municipal seat is found. This municipality is part of the Northeastern Statistical Region.

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Geography

The municipality borders Serbia to the north, Kumanovo Municipality to the west, Kratovo Municipality to the south, and Rankovce Municipality to the east.

History and culture

By the 2003 territorial division of the republic, the rural Klečevce Municipality was attached to Staro Nagoričane Municipality.

A particularly fine example of medieval Serbian ecclesiastical architecture is found in the municipality, in the form of the 10th century Church of St. George. (See: Serbo-Byzantine style)

Demographics

According to the 2002 Macedonian census, this municipality has 4,840 inhabitants.[1] Ethnic groups in the municipality:

  • Macedonians = 3,906 (80.7%)
  • Serbs = 926 (19.1%)
  • others = 8 (0.2%)
Demographics of Staro Nagoričane Municipality
Census year Population Territorial
Division 2003

1994 5,074

5,867
2002 4,258
Demographics of the former Klečevce Municipality
Census year Population

1994 2,162

2002 1,609

Inhabited places

Inhabited places in Staro Nagoričane Municipality
villages: Algunja (Алгуња0 | Aljince (Аљинце) | Arbanaško (Арбанашко) | Bajlovce (Бајловце) | Breško (Брешко) | Bukovljane (Буковљане) | Vojnik (Војник) | Vragoturce (Враготурце) | Vračevce (Врачевце | Dejlovce (Дејловце) | Dlabočica (Длабочица) | Dobrača (Добрача) | Dragomance (Драгоманце) | Drenok (Дренок) | Žegljane (Жегљане) | Željuvino (Жељувино) | Kanarevo (Канарево) | Karlovce (Карловце) | Koince (Коинце) | Kokino (Кокино) | M'glence (М'гленце) | Makreš (Макреш) | Malotino (Малотино) | Mlado Nagoričane (Младо Нагоричане) | Nikuljane (Никуљане) | Oblavce (Облавце) | Orah (Орах) | Osiče (Осиче), Pelince (Пелинце) | Puzajka (Пузајка) | Ramno (Рамно) | Rugince (Руѓинце) | Nagoričane (Старо Нагоричане) | Stepance (Степанце) | Strezovce (Стрезовце), Strnovac (Стрновац) | Cvetišnica (Цветишница) | Cvilance (Цвиланце) | Čelopek (Челопек)

References

  1. ^ 2002 census results in English and Macedonian (PDF)

External links

Coordinates: 42°12′N 21°50′E / 42.20°N 21.83°E / 42.20; 21.83


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