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Pakrac
Pakra River in Pakrac
Pakra River in Pakrac
Pakrac is located in Croatia
Pakrac
Pakrac
Location of Pakrac in Croatia
Coordinates: 45°26′N 17°11′E / 45.44°N 17.19°E / 45.44; 17.19
Country Croatia
County
Flag of Požega-Slavonia County.png
Požega-Slavonia
Government
 • MayorAnamarija Blažević (HDZ)
Population
 (2011)[1]
 • Town8,460
 • Urban
4,842
Time zoneUTC+1 (Central European Time)

Pakrac is a town in western Slavonia, Croatia, population 4,842, total municipality population 8,460 (census 2011).[1] Pakrac is located on the road and railroad connecting the regions of Posavina and Podravina.

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Name

In Croatian the town is known as Pakrac, in German as Pakratz, in Hungarian as Pakrác.

History

The town was first mentioned in 1237. It was captured by the Ottoman Empire in 1543. It was initially a kaza centre in the Sanjak of Pojega between 1543 and 1552, then in the Sanjak of Pakrac in the Rumelia Eyalet between 1552 and 1559. Later it was the centre of the Sanjak of Pakrac between 1559 and 1601, when the sanjak seat was moved to Cernik. The Ottoman rule in Pakrac lasted until the Austrians captured it in 1691. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Pakrac was part of the Požega County of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia. Major ethnic cleansing events were carried out in the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s - the Serbian Krajina occupied the town and imprisoned and murdered a number of Croats in a concentration camp, but when it was retaken the majority of the Serbian population was sent away.

Demographics

In the census of 1991, the municipality of Pakrac (today cities Pakrac and Lipik) encompassed a different, larger area and its population was as follows:[citation needed]

total Serbs Croats Yugoslavs others
27,589 12,813 (46.44%) 9,896 (35.86%) 1,346 (4.87%) 3,534 (12.80%)

In the census of 2011, the municipality of Pakrac comprised:[2]

total Croats Serbs others
8,460 6,168 (72.91%) 1,340 (15.84%) 952 (11.25%)

Settlements

The municipality consists of 42 settlements:[1]

  • Badljevina, population 733
  • Batinjani, population 38
  • Bjelajci, population 0
  • Branešci, population 48
  • Brusnik, population 19
  • Bučje, population 17
  • Cicvare, population 0
  • Cikote, population 7
  • Dereza, population 13
  • Donja Obrijež, population 235
  • Donja Šumetlica, population 6
  • Donji Grahovljani, population 33
  • Dragović, population 64
  • Glavica, population 12
  • Gornja Obrijež, population 81
  • Gornja Šumetlica, population 65
  • Gornji Grahovljani, population 8
  • Jakovci, population 0
  • Kapetanovo Polje, population 35
  • Koturić, population 11
  • Kraguj, population 77
  • Kričke, population 19
  • Kusonje, population 308
  • Lipovac, population 0
  • Mali Banovac, population 13
  • Mali Budići, population 2
  • Novi Majur, population 104
  • Omanovac, population 147
  • Ožegovci, population 34
  • Pakrac, population 4,842
  • Ploštine, population 108
  • Popovci, population 10
  • Prekopakra, population 1,066
  • Prgomelje, population 1
  • Rogulje, population 3
  • Srednji Grahovljani, population 0
  • Stari Majur, population 24
  • Španovica, population 23
  • Tisovac, population 4
  • Toranj, population 75
  • Veliki Banovac, population 171
  • Veliki Budići, population 4

Notable people from Pakrac

References

  1. ^ a b c "Population by Age and Sex, by Settlements, 2011 Census: Pakrac". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012.
  2. ^ "Population by Ethnicity, by Towns/Municipalities, 2011 Census: County of Požega-Slavonia". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012.

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