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List of cities in the Republic of Macedonia

Map of the cities in Macedonia.

This is a list of cities and towns in the Republic of Macedonia. In the country there are 34 cities, of which 5 have population of over 50,000 and 12 towns with population of under 10,000 people. The capital city, Skopje, is home to around 25% of the total population of the country. As of 2002, 59.5% of the population lived in urban areas.

Contents

  • Cities 1
    • Eastern Region 1.1
    • Northeastern Region 1.2
    • Pelagonia Region 1.3
    • Polog Region 1.4
    • Skopje Region 1.5
    • Southeastern Region 1.6
    • Southwestern Region 1.7
    • Vardar Region 1.8
  • Statistics 2
    • Largest cities 2.1
    • Smallest towns 2.2
    • Demographics 2.3
  • References 3
  • See also 4

Cities

Eastern Region

Map of the Eastern Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Berovo Berovo 7,002[1]
Delčevo Delčevo 11,500 [1]
Kočani Kočani 28,330 [1]
Makedonska Kamenica Makedonska Kamenica 5,147 [1]
Pehčevo Pehčevo 3,237 [1]
Probištip Probištip 8,714[1]
no flag
Štip Štip 43,652[1]
Vinica Vinica 10,863 [1]

Northeastern Region

Map of the Northeastern Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Kratovo Kratovo 6,924 [1]
Kriva Palanka Kriva Palanka 14,558 [1]
Kumanovo Kumanovo 70,842 [1]

Pelagonia Region

Map of Pelagonia Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Bitola Bitola 74,550 [1]
Demir Hisar Demir Hisar 2,593 [1]
Kruševo Kruševo 5,330 [1]
Prilep Prilep 66,246 [1]
Resen Resen 8,748 [1]

Polog Region

Map of Polog Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Gostivar Gostivar 35,847 [1]
Tetovo Tetovo 52,915 [1]

Skopje Region

Map of Skopje Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Skopje Greater Skopje 506,926[2]

Southeastern Region

Map of the Southeastern Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Bogdanci Bogdanci 6,011 [1]
Gevgelija Gevgelija 15,685 [1]
Radoviš Radoviš 16,223 [1]
Strumica Strumica 35,311[1]
Valandovo Valandovo 4,402 [1]

Southwestern Region

Map of the Southwestern Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Debar Debar 14,561[1]
Kičevo Kičevo 27,067 [1]
Makedonski Brod Makedonski Brod 3,740 [1]
Ohrid Ohrid 42,033 [1]
Struga Struga 16,559 [1]

Vardar Region

Map of Vardar Region.
city municipality population coat of arms flag picture
Demir Kapija Demir Kapija 3,275[1]
Kavadarci Kavadarci 29,188[1]
Negotino Negotino 13,284[1]
Sveti Nikole Sveti Nikole 13,746 [1]
Veles Veles 43,716[1]

Statistics

Twelve Macedonian towns have population under 10,000: Demir Hisar (2,593), Pehčevo (3,237), Demir Kapija (3,275), Makedonski Brod (3,740), Valandovo (4,402), Makedonska Kamenica (5,147), Kruševo (5,330), Bogdanci (6,011), Kratovo (6,924), Berovo (7,002), Probištip (8,714) and Resen (8,748). These towns are officially called "cities", but they are often called as "small towns" (гратчиња, gratčinja), because of the size of the population.

In Macedonia there are only 5 cities with population of over 50,000: Skopje (506,926), Bitola (74,550), Kumanovo (70,842), Prilep (66,246) and Tetovo (52,915). These are the largest cities in the country.

Seventeen Macedonian towns have population between 10,000 and 50,000: Veles (43,716), Štip (43,652), Ohrid (42,033), Gostivar (35,847), Strumica (35,311), Kavadarci (29,188), Kočani (28,330), Kičevo (27,067), Struga (16,559), Radoviš (16,223), Gevgelija (15,685), Debar (14,561), Kriva Palanka (14,558), Sveti Nikole (13,746), Negotino (13,284), Delčevo (11,500) and Vinica (10,863). These towns are often referred to as "cities of medium size".

Demographics

city municipality population dominant ethnic group(s) % of the dominant ethnic group(s) dominant language(s) % of the dominant language(s) dominant religion % of the dominant religion(s)
Berovo Berovo 7,002 Macedonians (6,404) 91.4 Macedonian (6.816) 97.3 Orthodox (6.331) 90.4
Bitola Bitola 74,550 Macedonians (66,038) 88.5 Macedonian (69,255) 92.8 Orthodox (66,492) 89.1
Bogdanci Bogdanci 6,011 Macedonians (5,761) 95.8 Macedonian (5,813) 96.7 Orthodox (5,752) 95.6
Debar Debar 14,561 Albanians (10,768) 73.9 Albanian (11,510) 79 Islam (13,763) 94.5
Delčevo Delčevo 11,500 Macedonians (10,761) 93.5 Macedonian (10,851) 94.3 Orthodox (10,594) 92.1
Demir Kapija Demir Kapija 3,275 Macedonians (3,161) 96.5 Macedonian (3,191) 97.4 Orthodox (3,210) 98
Demir Hisar Demir Hisar 2,593 Macedonians (2,473) 95.3 Macedonian (2,483) 95.7 Orthodox (2,486) 95.8
Gevgelija Gevgelija 15,685 Macedonians (15,060) 96 Macedonian (15,238) 97.1 Orthodox (15,273) 97.3
Gostivar Gostivar 35,847 Albanians (16.890)
Macedonians (11,885)
47.1
33.1
Albanian (16,877)
Macedonian (13,843)
47
38.6
Islam (23,686)
Orthodox (11,865)
66
33
Kavadarci Kavadarci 29,188 Macedonians (28,354) 97.1 Macedonian (28,847) 98.8 Orthodox (28,210) 96.6
Kičevo Kičevo 27,067 Macedonians (15.031)
Albanians (7,641)
55.5
28.2
Macedonian (16.931)
Albanian (7,635)
62.5
28.2
Orthodox (15,139)
Islam (11,759)
55.9
43.4
Kočani Kočani 28,330 Macedonians (25,730) 90.8 Macedonian (25,832) 91.1 Orthodox (25,448) 89.8
Kratovo Kratovo 6,924 Macedonians (6,724) 97.1 Macedonian (6,709) 96.8 Orthodox (6,696) 96.7
Kriva Palanka Kriva Palanka 14,558 Macedonians (13,758) 94.5 Macedonian (13,776) 94.6 Orthodox (13,785) 94.6
Kruševo Kruševo 5,330 Macedonians (4,273) 80.1 Macedonian (4,562) 85.5 Orthodox (5,275) 98.9
Kumanovo Kumanovo 70,842 Macedonians (42.840)
Albanians (18,277)
60.4
25.7
Macedonian (45.306)
Albanian (18,283)
63.9
25.8
Orthodox (46,766)
Islam (22,483)
66
31.7
Makedonski Brod Makedonski Brod 3,740 Macedonians (3,725) 99.5 Macedonian (3,730) 99.7 Orthodox (3,731) 99.7
Makedonska Kamenica Makedonska Kamenica 5,147 Macedonians (5,096) 99 Macedonian (5,106) 99.2 Orthodox (4,734) 91.9
Negotino Negotino 13,284 Macedonians (12,994) 97.8 Macedonian (13,111) 98.6 Orthodox (12,900) 97.1
Ohrid Ohrid 42,033 Macedonians (33,791) 80.3 Macedonian (34,910) 83 Orthodox (33,987) 80.8
Pehčevo Pehčevo 3,237 Macedonians (3,067) 94.7 Macedonian (3,124) 96.5 Orthodox (3,078) 95
Prilep Prilep 66,246 Macedonians (61,320) 92.5 Macedonian (64,669) 97.6 Orthodox (60,655) 91.5
Probištip Probištip 8,714 Macedonians (8,560) 98.2 Macedonian (8,628) 99 Orthodox (8,648) 99,2
Radoviš Radoviš 16,223 Macedonians (13,991) 86.2 Macedonian (14,027) 86.4 Orthodox (13,912) 85.7
Resen Resen 8,748 Macedonians (6,431) 73.5 Macedonian (6,574) 75.1 Orthodox (6,382) 72.9
Sveti Nikole Sveti Nikole 13,746 Macedonians (13,367) 97.2 Macedonian (13,396) 97.4 Orthodox (13,463) 97.9
Skopje Greater Skopje 467,257[3] Macedonians (332,778)
Albanians (103,891)
71.2
20.5
Macedonian (341.339) 73 Orthodox (343,197)
Islam (109,954)
73.4
23.7
Struga Struga 16,559 Macedonians (8.901)
Albanians (5,293)
53.7
31.9
Macedonian (9.665)
Albanian (5,615)
58.3
33.9
Orthodox (9,197)
Islam (7,075)
55.5
42.7
Strumica Strumica 35,311 Macedonians (32,075) 90.8 Macedonian (32,123) 90,9 Orthodox (30,238) 85.6
Štip Štip 43,652 Macedonians (38,323) 87.7 Macedonian (38,846) 88.9 Orthodox (39,127) 89.6
Tetovo Tetovo 52,915 Albanians (28.897)
Macedonians (18,555)
54.6
35
Albanian (29.363)
Macedonian (18,980)
55.4
35.8
Islam (33,509)
Orthodox (18,676)
63.3
35.2
Valandovo Valandovo 4,402 Macedonians (4,279) 97.2 Macedonian (4,303) 97.7 Orthodox (4,064) 92.3
Veles Veles 43,716 Macedonians (40,269) 92.1 Macedonian (40,576) 92.8 Orthodox (40,135) 91.8
Vinica Vinica 10,863 Macedonians (9,246) 85.1 Macedonian (9,290) 85.5 Orthodox (8,989) 82.7
Source: Macedonian census 2002

References

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  2. ^
  3. ^ According to the 2002 census.

See also

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