Manić


Manić

Manić (Serbian Cyrillic: Манић) is a suburban settlement of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the municipality of Barajevo.

Manić developed on the eastern slopes of the Kosmaj mountain. It is located in the southeastern tip of the Barajevo municipality, south of the municipal center of Barajevo.

It's a small rural settlement, one of the least populous in the municipality, with a population of 551 (Census 2002), and a significant Roma minority (17,2%).

Coordinates: 44°30′43″N 20°25′59″E / 44.51194°N 20.43306°E / 44.51194; 20.43306



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