Istria

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Istria (Croatian, Slovene: Istra, Italian: Istria), formerly Histria (Latin), is the biggest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea.

Census data[change | change source]

Municipality Other name (if bilingual) Country Inhabitants Mother tongue Italian Mother tongue Croatian/Slovenian
Labin, city Albona  Croatia 12426 03.09% 92.62%
Buje, city Buie  Croatia 5340 39.66% 53.76%
Novigrad, city Cittanova  Croatia 4002 15.32% 77.59%
Vodnjan, city Dignano  Croatia 5651 19.93% 73.16%
Poreč, city Parenzo  Croatia 17460 06.42% 87.12%
Buzet, city

Pinguente

 Croatia 6059 00.87% 96.63%
Pazin, city Pisino  Croatia 9227 01.21% 97.56%
Pula, city Pola  Croatia 58594 04.87% 88.38%
Rovinj, city Rovigno  Croatia 14234 10.81% 81.85%
Umag, city Umago  Croatia 12901 20.70% 72.87%
Bale Valle  Croatia 1047 22.54% 75.36%
Barban Barbana  Croatia 2802 00.39% 99.21%
Brtonigla Verteneglio  Croatia 1579 41.29% 52.83%
Cerovlje  Croatia 1745 00.46% 99.31%
Fažana Fasana  Croatia 3050 04.66% 90.75%
Gračišće  Croatia 1433 00.28% 99.16%
Grožnjan Grisignana  Croatia 785 66.11% 29.17%
Kanfanar Canfanaro  Croatia 1457 01.51% 96.23%
Karojba  Croatia 1489 00.94% 97.99%
Kaštelir-Labinci Castellier-Santa Domenica  Croatia 1334 07.80% 88.23%
Kršan  Croatia 3264 00.40% 94.49%
Lanišće  Croatia 398 n.p. 98.99%
Ližnjan Lisignano  Croatia 2945 08.05% 88.29%
Lupoglav  Croatia 929 00.32% 98.82%
Marčana  Croatia 3903 00.74% 97.72%
Medulin  Croatia 6004 03.05% 89.77%
Motovun Montona  Croatia 983 15.46% 81.28%
Oprtalj Portole  Croatia 981 32.11% 65.04%
Pićan  Croatia 1997 00.95% 98.05%
Raša  Croatia 3535 02.63% 94.29%
Sveta Nedelja  Croatia 2909 01.51% 97.32%
Sveti Lovreč  Croatia 1408 01.49% 96.38%
Sveti Petar u Šumi  Croatia 1011 00.30% 99.21%
Svetvinčenat  Croatia 2218 01.17% 97.16%
Tinjan  Croatia 1770 00.79% 98.59%
Višnjan Visignano  Croatia 2187 08.78% 89.44%
Vižinada Visinada  Croatia 1137 08.36% 90.59%
Vrsar Orsera  Croatia 2703 02.96% 90.75%
Žminj  Croatia 3447 01.28% 97.80%
Muggia Milje  Italy 13208 94.80% 04.80%
San Dorligo della Valle Dolina  Italy 6025 29.20% 70.50%
Koper, city Capodistria  Slovenia 49206 02.22% 74.14%
Izola Isola  Slovenia 14549 04.26% 69.13%
Piran Pirano  Slovenia 16758 07.00% 66.69%
Lovran Laurana  Croatia 3987 01.71% 92.65%
Opatija, city Abbazia  Croatia 12719 04.64% 93.81%
Mošćenička Draga  Croatia 1641 00.91% 95.67%

Source: Croatian Census - 2001[1]. Slovenian Census - 2002[2]. Italian Census - 1970/2001[3][4]

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References[change | change source]

  1. Croatian census - 2001. Press Released Data, Censuses and look for the tabel: Population by Mother Tongue, by Towns/Municipalities
  2. Slovenian Census - 2002
  3. ISTAT, 14° censimento generale della popolazione e delle abitazioni 2001. Popolazione residente e abitazioni nelle province italiane - fascicolo provinciale Trieste, Roma, 2005 - (this is the official book from the Italian Istituto Centrale di Statistica (Central/National Institute of Statistics) about the census)
  4. Statistical and ethnographic study about the Slovene in the Provincia di Trieste. Scroll down for the data tabel