Municipalities of Republika Srpska

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In 1994, the "Law on Territorial Organization and Local Self-Government" was created. It made the Republika Srpska into 80 parts, called municipalities. However, because of the Dayton Peace Agreement in 1996, there are now 63 parts.

Municipalities (different parts of the land) that still exist[change | change source]

  1. Banja Luka (City status)
  2. Istočno Sarajevo (City status, was also known as Srpsko Sarajevo)
  3. Berkovići
  4. Bijeljina
  5. Bileća
  6. Bosanska Kostajnica (was known as Srpska Kostajnica)
  7. Bosanski Brod (was known as Srpski Brod and simply Brod)
  8. Bratunac
  9. Čajniče
  10. Čelinac
  11. Derventa
  12. Doboj
  13. Donji Žabar (was known as Srpsko Orašje)
  14. Foča (was known as Srbinje)
  15. Gacko
  16. Gradiška
  17. Han Pijesak
  18. Istočna Ilidža (was known as Srpska Ilidža)
  19. Istočni Drvar (was known as Srpski Drvar)
  20. Istočni Mostar (was known as Srpski Mostar)
  21. Istočni Stari Grad (was known as Srpski Stari Grad)
  22. Istočno Novo Sarajevo (was known as Srpsko Novo Sarajevo)
  23. Jezero
  24. Kalinovik
  25. Kneževo
  26. Kotor Varoš
  27. Kozarska Dubica
  28. Krupa na Uni
  29. Kupres
  30. Laktaši
  31. Lopare
  32. Ljubinje
  33. Milići
  34. Modriča
  35. Mrkonjić Grad
  36. Nevesinje
  37. Novi Grad
  38. Novo Goražde (was known as Srpsko Goražde)
  39. Osmaci
  40. Oštra Luka (was known as Srpski Sanski Most)
  41. Pale
  42. Pelagićevo
  43. Petrovac
  44. Petrovo
  45. Prijedor
  46. Prnjavor
  47. Ribnik (was known as Srpski Ključ)
  48. Rogatica
  49. Rudo
  50. Sokolac
  51. Srbac
  52. Srebrenica
  53. Šamac
  54. Šekovići
  55. Šipovo
  56. Teslić
  57. Trebinje
  58. Trnovo
  59. Ugljevik
  60. Višegrad
  61. Vlasenica
  62. Vukosavlje
  63. Zvornik

Renamed municipalities[change | change source]

Old names Constitutional Court's suggestion Parliament's suggestion
Srpski Drvar Istočni Drvar Istočni Drvar
Srpski Sanski Most Oštra Luka Oštra Luka
Srpski Mostar Istočni Mostar Istočni Mostar
Srpsko Goražde Ustiprača Novo Goražde
Srbinje Foča Foča
Srpski Ključ Ribnik Ribnik
Srpska Kostajnica Bosanska Kostajnica Kostajnica
Srpski Brod Bosanski Brod Brod
Srpska Ilidža Kasindo Istočna Ilidža
Srpsko Novo Sarajevo Lukavica Istočno Novo Sarajevo
Srpski Stari Grad Istočni Stari Grad Istočni Stari Grad
Srpsko Orašje Donji Žabar Donji Žabar

Old municipalities[change | change source]

  • Bihać
  • Centar Sarajevo
  • Glamoč (part included in Šipovo)
  • Gradačac (parts included in Modriča and Pelagićevo)
  • Grahovo (formerly Bosansko Grahovo)
  • Hadžići
  • Ilijaš (part included in Sokolac)
  • Konjic (parts included in Nevesinje)
  • Lukavac (parts included in Petrovo)
  • Maglaj (parts included in Doboj)
  • Olovo (parts included in Sokolac)
  • Rajlovac
  • Srbobran (parts included in Šipovo) (formerly Donji Vakuf)
  • Srebrenik
  • Tuzla (parts included in Lopare)
  • Vogošća
  • Zavidovići