List of places named after Josip Broz Tito

List of places named after Josip Broz Tito

During Josip Broz Tito's presidency and in the years following his death in 1980, several places in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia were named or renamed in honor of him as part of his cult of personality.

Since the end of Yugoslavia, many towns and squares have reverted their names. In 2008, 2000 protestors marched on Zagreb's Josip Broz square, which is the site of the Croatian National Theatre, to demand it be renamed to Theatre Square as it was previously. []


A total of eight towns and cities were named after Tito. Right after World War II, four municipalities whose role in the partisan resistance movement was perceived as significant gained the adjective "Tito's" (locally "Titov/Titova/Titovo"), while the capital of the smallest federal republic of Montenegro was renamed "Titograd". After Tito's death in 1980, four more cities were added, for a total of one in each of the Yugoslav six federal republics and two autonomous provinces. These were:

* Titograd, July 13 1946 - April 2 1992, Podgorica, Montenegro
* Titov Drvar, 1981-1991, Drvar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Titova Korenica, December 5 1945 - February 7 1997, Korenica, Croatia
* Titova Mitrovica (Albanian "Mitrovica e Titos") 1981-1992, Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo
* Titovo Užice, 1946-1992, Užice, central Serbia
* Titovo Velenje, 1981-1990, Velenje, Slovenia
* Titov Veles, 1946-1992, Veles, Macedonia
* Titov Vrbas, 1983-1992, Vrbas, Vojvodina, Province of Serbia

With the end of the Communist Yugoslav regime in the early 1990s and the dissolution of the country, each city was renamed.


* Titov Vrv (2748 m), Šar mountain, Republic of Macedonia

treets and squares

Many towns in the countries of former Yugoslavia still (as of 2006) have streets and squares named after him.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

* Bratunac: Ulica maršala Tita
* Goražde: Ulica maršala Tita
* Jajce: Ulica maršala Tita
* Jelah: Titova ulica
* Konjic: Ulica maršala Tita
* Mostar: Ulica maršala Tita
* Novi Travnik: Ulica maršala Tita
* Odžak: Titova ulica
* Sarajevo: Ulica Maršala Tita (main street)
* Tešanj: Ulica maršala Tita
* Tuzla: Titova ulica
* Zenica: Titova ulica
* Živinice: Titova ulica


* Labin: Titov trg (main square)
* Lovran: Šetalište maršala Tita
* Matulji: Trg maršala Tita
* Opatija: Maršala Tita
* Poreč: Obala maršala Tita
* Rabac: Obala maršala Tita
* Rijeka: Titov trg
* Rovinj: Trg maršala Tita
* Šibenik: Poljana maršala Tita
* Varaždinske toplice: Maršala Tita
* Velika Gorica: Trg maršala Tita
* Zagreb: Trg maršala Tita (square on which the Croatian National Theatre is situated)
* Zaprešić: Ulica maršala Tita


* Gevgelija: Maršal Tito
* Skopje: Maršal Tito
* Strumica: Maršal Tito
* Veles: Maršal Tito
* Delčevo:Maršal Tito


* Bar: Ulica maršala Tita
* Podgorica: Josipa Broza Tita
* Rožaje: Maršala Tita
* Tivat: Obala maršala Tita


* Bačka Topola: Maršala Tita
* Bečej: Maršala Tita
* Kanjiža: Ulica maršala Tita
* Subotica: Aleja Maršala Tita (one of the main streets)
* Vrbas: Ulica maršala Tita
* Bački Petovac: Ulica maršala Tita
* Kulpin: Ulica maršala Tita


* Jesenice: Cesta Maršala Tita
* Koper: Titov trg (main square)
* Maribor: Titova cesta (main street)
* Postojna: Titova cesta
* Postojna: Titov trg (main square)
* Radeče: Titova ulica
* Velenje: Titov trg (main square with highest Tito's statue in the world)


* Limassol: Josip Broz Tito street
* Dali: Marshal Tito street


* New Delhi: J B Tito Marg
* Jodhpur: Shri Tito Chauraha


* Moscow: Ploshchad Iosipa Broza Tito (Josip Broz Tito Square) above the Profsoyuznaya metro station.


* 1550 Tito (discovered by Milorad B. Protić)

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