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List of cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

This is a list of cities and towns with over 10,000 inhabitants (or lower if the municipality has over 30,000 inhabitants) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. For the full list of populated places, see List of settlements in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Sarajevo, the biggest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is also a Metropolis.[1]
Banja Luka, the second biggest city
Tuzla, the third biggest city
Zenica, the fourth biggest city
Mostar, the fifth biggest city
Bijeljina, the sixth biggest city
City / town Entity/Canton Municipal City/Town proper Municipal
2013 pop. (preliminary) Rank 2013 pop. (preliminary) Rank 1991 pop. Rank
Sarajevo Sarajevo Canton 438,443 canton
1
369,534
1
510,694 canton
Banja Luka Republika Srpska 199,191
2
150,997
2
195,692
Tuzla Tuzla Canton 120,441
3
80,570
3
131,618
Zenica Zenica-Doboj Canton 115,134
4
73,751
4
145,517
Bijeljina Republika Srpska 114,663
5
45,291
6
96,988
Mostar Herzegovina-Neretva Canton 113,169
6
65,286
5
126,628
Prijedor Republika Srpska 97,588
7
32,342
9
112,543
Brčko Brčko District 93,028
8
43,859
7
87,627
Cazin Una-Sana Canton 69,411
9
14,387
17
63,409
Doboj Republika Srpska 69,358
10
26,987
10
102,549
Zvornik Republika Srpska 63,386
11
12,674
22
81,295
Živinice Tuzla Canton 61,201
12
17,495
13
54,783
Bihać Una-Sana Canton 61,186
13
43,007
8
70,732
Travnik Central Bosnia Canton 57,543
14
16,543
15
70,747
Gradiška Republika Srpska 56,727
15
16,106
16
59,974
Gračanica Tuzla Canton 48,395
16
13,400
20
59,134
Sanski Most Una-Sana Canton 47,359
17
19,475
12
60,307
Lukavac Tuzla Canton 46,731
18
12,490
24
57,070
Tešanj Zenica-Doboj Canton 46,135
19
5,531
48,480
Velika Kladuša Una-Sana Canton 44,770
20
5,009
52,908
Srebrenik Tuzla Canton 42,762
21
7,163
40,896
Teslić Republika Srpska 41,904
22
7,518
59,584
Gradačac Tuzla Canton 41,836
23
13,474
19
56,581
Visoko Zenica-Doboj Canton 41,352
24
11,552
29
46,160
Zavidovići Zenica-Doboj Canton 40,272
25
9,217
36
57,164
Kakanj Zenica-Doboj Canton 38,937
26
12,256
25
55,950
Prnjavor Republika Srpska 38,399
27
8,484
47,055
Livno Canton 10 37,487
28
9,045
40,600
Laktaši Republika Srpska 36,848
29
5,879
29,832
Kalesija Tuzla Canton 36,748
30
2,220
41,809
Bugojno Central Bosnia Canton 34,559
31
17,202
14
46,889
Tomislavgrad Canton 10 33,032
32
5,760
30,009
Žepče Zenica-Doboj Canton 31,582
33
5,804
22,966
Trebinje Republika Srpska 31,433
34
25,589
11
30,966
Jajce Central Bosnia Canton 30,758
35
8,067
45,007
Derventa Republika Srpska 30,177
36
12,680
21
56,489
Široki Brijeg West Herzegovina Canton 29,809
37
6,426
26,437
Bosanska Krupa Una-Sana Canton 29,659
11,514
30
58,320
Novi Grad Republika Srpska 28,799
11,063
33
41,665
Vogošća Sarajevo Canton 27,816
11,216
31
24,647
Modriča Republika Srpska 27,799
10,137
34
35,613
Konjic Herzegovina-Neretva Canton 26,381
11,165
32
43,878
Novi Travnik Central Bosnia Canton 25,107
9,533
35
30,713
Kozarska Dubica Republika Srpska 23,074
11,566
28
31,606
Pale Republika Srpska 22,282
13,883
18
16,355
Goražde Bosnian Podrinje Canton 22,080
12,512
23
37,573
Foča Republika Srpska 19,811
12,334
26
40,513
Panoramic view of Sarajevo


See also

References

  1. ^ http://zpr.ks.gov.bas/zpr.ks.gov.ba/files/pp/Prostorni_plan/PROSTORNI%20PLAN%20%20za%20štampu.pdf

External links

  • Brčko district preliminary results of 2013 census
  • Republika Srpska preliminary results of 2013 census
  • Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina preliminary results of 2013 census
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