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Pašman
Pasman.jpg
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Geography
LocationAdriatic Sea
Coordinates43°57′N 15°23′E / 43.950°N 15.383°E / 43.950; 15.383
Area60.11 km2 (23.21 sq mi)
Highest elevation272 m (892 ft)
Highest pointBokolj
Administration
Croatia
CountyZadar
MunicipalitiesPašman, Tkon
Largest settlementTkon
Demographics
Population2,845 (2011)[1]
Pop. density33.34/km2 (86.35/sq mi)

Pašman (pronounced [pǎʃman]) is an island off the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia with an area of 60.11 km2,[2] located to the south of Zadar, surrounded by the islands of Ugljan to the northwest, to the west, and Dugi Otok and Žut to the southwest. The island is inhabited by 2,845 people (2011).

There are 10 settlements on the island; Ždrelac, Banj, Dobropoljana, Neviđane, Mrljane, Barotul, Pašman and Kraj, belonging to the municipality of Pašman, and Ugrinić and Tkon, belonging to the municipality of Tkon.

View of Pašman and Ugljan from the Veliki Bokolj hill view-point
View of Pašman and Ugljan from the Veliki Bokolj hill view-point

Among all islands in Croatian archipelago it is Pašman that has the biggest green surface considering its total area. And it is the 12th island in Croatian archipelago by land area. It is also known to have the cleanest water in the Adriatic due to the constantly changing current.

Summits

Straža
Straža
  • Veliki Bokolj, 274 m,
  • Oštro, 254 m,
  • Semica, 199 m,
  • Straža, 180 m,
  • Jakovljev vrh, 178 m,
  • Mali Bokolj, 164 m,
  • Cudonjin, 146 m,
  • Martinjak, 139 m,
  • Pustograd, 108 m,

References

  1. ^ Ostroški, Ljiljana, ed. (December 2015). Statistički ljetopis Republike Hrvatske 2015 [Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia 2015] (PDF). Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia (in Croatian and English). 47. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. p. 47. ISSN 1333-3305. Retrieved 27 December 2015.
  2. ^ Duplančić Leder, Tea; Ujević, Tin; Čala, Mendi (June 2004). "Coastline lengths and areas of islands in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea determined from the topographic maps at the scale of 1 : 25 000" (PDF). Geoadria. Zadar. 9 (1): 5–32. doi:10.15291/geoadria.127. Retrieved 2019-12-26.

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