Dubrava, Zagreb County

Dubrava is a village and a municipality ("općina") in Zagreb County, Croatia.

According to the 2001 Croatian census, there are 5,478 inhabitants in the municipality, 94% which are Croats.[1] They live in 27 naselja:

  • Bađinec - 173
  • Brezje - 121
  • Donji Marinkovac - 101
  • Donji Vukšinac - 103
  • Dubrava - 1,275
  • Dubravski Markovac - 169
  • Gornji Marinkovac - 157
  • Gornji Vukšinac - 146
  • Graberec - 226
  • Habjanovac - 200
  • Koritna - 204
  • Kostanj - 102
  • Kunđevac - 92
  • Ladina - 125
  • Mostari - 211
  • Nova Kapela - 279
  • Novaki - 232
  • Paruževac - 157
  • Pehardovac - 16
  • Podlužan - 185
  • Radulec - 132
  • Stara Kapela - 242
  • Svinjarec - 63
  • Zetkan - 209
  • Zgališće - 180
  • Zvekovac - 217
  • Žukovec - 161

The total area of Dubrava is 4.41 square kilometers (1.70 sq mi).[2]

References

Coordinates: 45°49′48″N 16°30′36″E / 45.83°N 16.51°E / 45.83; 16.51


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