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Ulcinj Municipality

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Ulcinj Municipality

Opština Ulcinj / Општина Улцињ
Komuna e Ulqinit
Official seal of Ulcinj Municipality
Seal
Ulcinj Municipality in Montenegro
Ulcinj Municipality in Montenegro
CountryMontenegro
CapitalUlcinj
Number of settlements40 (39 rural, 1 urban)
Area
 • Total255 km2 (98 sq mi)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total20,290
 • Density80/km2 (210/sq mi)
Demonym(s)Ulcinjani
Ulqinakë
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
85360
Area code+382 30
WebsiteOfficial Website

Ulcinj Municipality (Montenegrin: Opština Ulcinj / Општина Улцињ, Albanian: Komuna e Ulqinit) is the southernmost municipality of Montenegro, bordered by Albania to the east, Bar Municipality to the north and Adriatic Sea to the south and the west. It has an area of 255 km², and a population of 19,921 as of the 2011 census. Its seat is the town of Ulcinj.[1]

Geography and tourism

On a hilltop overlooking the shore, Ulcinj is a popular tourist destination for its Long Beach, Valdanos, Lake Šas, and Ada Bojana Island, and for its 2000-year-old Ulcinj Castle. There is also a beach called Mala Plaža (also "the City beach") which is much smaller, but is located in the centre of town and very popular with visitors.

"The Korzo", as it is called by locals, is a promenade which separates a street lined with coffee shops from Mala Plaža. On summer nights, the Korzo is closed to car traffic, and families and young people gather there. Many lesser-known smaller beaches are also near the main tourist areas.

Ulcinj has a large number of religious buildings like mosques, tyrbes and churches, including Pasha's Mosque, Sailors' Mosque, Church-Mosque of Ulcinj and St. Nicholas' Church. Its oldest section is a well preserved castle-style community with features that remain from medieval times.

Municipality Day

Ulcinj Municipality Day
Also calledUlcinj Day
Observed byUlcinj
TypeLocal
SignificanceEnd of olive collection
Sailor output at the sea
Touristic season begins
CelebrationsPicnics, Concerts, Sport activities, Cocktails
DateFirst Saturday in April
2019 dateApril 6  (2019-04-06)
2020 dateApril 4  (2020-04-04)
2021 dateApril 3  (2021-04-03)
2022 dateApril 2  (2022-04-02)
Frequencyannual

Ulcinj Municipality Day (Montenegrin: Dan opštine Ulcinj / Дан општине Улцињ, Albanian: Dita e Komunës së Ulqinit), also called Ulcinj Day (Montenegrin: Dan Ulcinja / Дан Улциња, Albanian: Dita e Ulqinit) is an annual Albanian holiday held every first Saturday of April. It has events such as the Domestic Products Fair and the Concert, which are usually held in the Rana neighbourhood.

Local administration

Local parliament

Parties and coalitions Seats Gov't.
Democratic Party of Socialists 8 Yes
New Democratic Force 8 Yes
Democratic League in Montenegro 7 No
Democratic Union of Albanians 3 Yes
Social Democrats 3 Yes
United Reform Action 2 No
Social Democratic Party 1 No
Bosniak Party 1 Yes

Settlements

The Municipality of Ulcinj has 41 residential areas. As of the 2011 census, the urban center, Ulcinj, had 10,707 inhabitants, or 53.75% of the municipality's population:[2]

Name Popuiation
(2011)
Predominant
ethnic group
Predominant
religion
Montenegrin
Name
Albanian
Name
Ulcinj Ulqin 10707 Albanians
60.89 / 100
Islam
68.15 / 100
Ambula Amulli 34 Albanians
97.06 / 100
Catholicism
100 / 100
Bratica Braticë 233 Albanians
66.95 / 100
Catholicism
61.80 / 100
Briska Gora Mali i Brinjës 50 Albanians
50 / 100
Catholicism
50 / 100
Bojke Bojk 161 Albanians
99.38 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Brajše Brajshë 682 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
99.85 / 100
Vladimir Katërkollë 757 Albanians
99.60 / 100
Islam
99.47 / 100
Gornji Štoj Shtoji i Naltë 107 Albanians
87.85 / 100
Catholicism
91.59 / 100
Gornja Klezna Këllezna e Naltë 165 Albanians
98.18 / 100
Islam
91.51 / 100
Donji Štoj Shtoji i Poshtëm 1120 Albanians
49.20 / 100
Islam
40.30 / 100
Donja Klezna Këllezna e Poshtme 126 Albanians
91.27 / 100
Islam
53.97 / 100
Darza Darzë 135 Montenegrins
42.22 / 100
Orthodoxy
62.96 / 100
Draginje Draginë 72 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Zoganj Zogaj 397 Albanians
62.97 / 100
Islam
65.24 / 100
Krute Ulcinjske Krytha e Ulqinit 196 Albanians
45.41 / 100
Catholicism
84.69 / 100
Krute Krythë 525 Albanians
91.43 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Kruče Krruç 142 Albanians
47.89 / 100
Islam
59.86 / 100
Kolonza Kollomzë 228 Albanians
63.16 / 100
Catholicism
46.05 / 100
Kodre Kodra 997 Albanians
80.64 / 100
Islam
74.72 / 100
Kosići Kosiq 306 Albanians
96.40 / 100
Islam
93.14 / 100
Kravari Kravari 547 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Leskovac Leskoci 73 Bosniaks
95.89 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Lisnabore Lisna Borë 171 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Mide Millë 234 Albanians
98.72 / 100
Islam
99.14 / 100
Pistula Pistull 384 Albanians
76.82 / 100
Islam
78.38 / 100
Reč Reç 61 Albanians
98.36 / 100
Catholicism
100 / 100
Rastiš Rashtishë 358 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Sukobin Sukubinë 36 Albanians
99.18 / 100
Islam
99.45 / 100
Sutjel Sutjell 20 Albanians
100 / 100
Catholicism
100 / 100
Sveti Đorđe Shëngjergj 69 Albanians
100 / 100
Catholicism
100 / 100
Ćurke Qyrkaj 30 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Fraskanjel Fraskanjell 57 Albanians
98.25 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Šas Shas 238 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Štodra Shtodër 112 Albanians
100 / 100
Islam
100 / 100
Bijela Gora Mali i Bardhë 53 Albanians
41.51 / 100
Islam
45.28 / 100
Total 19921 Albanians
70.66 / 100
Islam
71.82 / 100

Demographics

Ulcinj Municipality, has the largest Albanian community in Montenegro, with an approximately 70% Albanian population. (The next largest is Tuzi Municipality, with 68%.)[3]

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Opštine, MJU, Vlada Crne Gore
  2. ^ a b c "Data at settlement level (census)". monstat.org. Statistical Office of Montenegro. 2011.
  3. ^ http://www.monstat.org/userfiles/file/popis2011/saopstenje/saopstenje%281%29.pdf
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