Zadar County

Zadar County (Croatian: Zadarska županija) is a county in Croatia, it encompasses northern Dalmatia and southeastern Lika. Its center is the city of Zadar.According to the 2001 census, Zadar County has population of 162,045. Croats make up the majority with 93.30% of the population, while Serbs, Bosniaks, Albanians and Italians form the remainder.[1]Among the largest towns in the county of Zadar are: Zadar, Benkovac, Bibinje, Biograd, Nin, Obrovac and Pag.The county of Zadar includes the islands of Dugi otok, Ugljan, Pašman and most of PagPaklenica national park.The county's area is 7,854 km2, 3,642 km2 is land, which accounts for 6.4 % of the territory of Croatia. The sea area of the County is 3,632 km2 (around 12% of the territorial waters) and the insular area is 580 km2[2]The county's population is 200,936 (accounting for 4.5 % of the total Croatia's population), of which 129,000 people live in the coastal area, 21,000 on islands and 50,000 in the County's inland.The County of Zadar plays a leading role in road and railway traffic links between northern and southern Croatia.The main road along the Adriatic Sea passes through the county, as does the new Zagreb-Dubrovnik highway,...... find out more about Zadarska županija


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