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Žabljak Municipality

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Žabljak Municipality

Opština Žabljak
Coat of arms of Žabljak Municipality
Coat of arms
Žabljak Municipality in Montenegro
Žabljak Municipality in Montenegro
CountryMontenegro
SeatŽabljak
Settlements28
Area
 • Total445 km2 (172 sq mi)
Postal code
84220
Area code+382 52
ISO 3166-2 codeME-21
Car platesŽB
ClimateDfb
Websitewww.zabljak.me

Žabljak Municipality is one of the municipalities of Montenegro. The municipality is located in northwestern part of Montenegro, being part of Durmitor region. The administrative center is small town of Žabljak.[1]

Location and tourism

Žabljak is centre of Montenegro's mountain tourism. The entire area of Durmitor mountain is protected as a national park, and offers great possibilities for both winter and summer mountain tourism. The town of Žabljak is in the centre of the Durmitor mountain region and with an altitude of 1,456 metres, it is the highest situated town on the Balkans. Among the main tourist attractions of Durmitor are 18 glacier lakes; the biggest and closest to Žabljak being Crno jezero, (literally "Black Lake"). Durmitor's slopes are also becoming increasingly popular among snowboarders.

One problem hampering the development of Žabljak as major regional mountain tourism destination is the lack of quality road infrastructure. The situation has been improving somewhat in recent years. Žabljak's main road connection with the rest of Montenegro is the road that links Žabljak with Mojkovac and the E65, the main road connection between the Montenegrin coast, Podgorica and the north. The other significant road connection is through Šavnik and Nikšić, on to Risan or Podgorica. Since 2010, with the reconstruction of the Risan-Žabljak road, the average trip from Žabljak to the Adriatic sea is shortened to circa two hours. The town has an airport (Žabljak Airport) but the closest International Airport is Podgorica Airport some 170 km (110 mi) away which has regular flights to destinations throughout Europe.

Local parliament

Parties and coalitions Seats Gov't.
Democratic Party of Socialists and Social Democrats 18 Yes
Socialist People's Party and Democratic Front 7 No
Democratic Montenegro (Democrats) 6 No

Demographics

Town of Žabljak is the administrative centre of the Žabljak municipality, which has a population of 4,204, according to 2011 census. The town of Žabljak itself has a population of 1,937, and there are no other bigger settlements in the Municipality. According to the last national census of 2011 the Municipality is made up of the following ethnic groups; 50.43% of Montenegrins and 41.30% of Serbs, while 6.96% of the residents were undeclared. By language 61% spoke Serbian, while 32.39% spoke Montenegrin. By religious affiliation, Eastern Orthodoxy was largely predominant with a 93.72% following.

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Opštine, MJU, Vlada Crne Gore


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