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Municipalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina

In Bosnia and Herzegovina the smallest settlement unit is the municipality (opština/општина or općina/опћина in the official languages and scripts of the country). Prior to the war there were 109 municipalities in Bosnia. Ten of these formed the Sarajevo area. After the war the number of municipalities increased to 143: 79 in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and 64 in the Republika Srpska; the Brčko District does not belong to either entity. In the Federation the municipalities are a part of a canton, while in Republika Srpska they are a part of a region.

Municipalities of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

BanovićiBosanska KrupaBosanski PetrovacBosansko GrahovoBrezaBugojnoBusovačaBužimČapljinaCazinČelićCentar, SarajevoČitlukDrvarDoboj EastDoboj SouthDobretićiDomaljevac-ŠamacDonji VakufFoča-UstikolinaFojnicaGlamočGoraždeGornji Vakuf-UskopljeGračanicaGradačacGrudeHadžićiIlidžaIlijašJablanicaJajceKakanjKalesijaKiseljakKladanjKljučKonjicKreševoKupresLivnoLjubuškiLukavacMaglajNeumNovi Grad, SarajevoNovo SarajevoNovi TravnikOdžakOlovoOrašjePale-PračaPosušjeProzor-RamaRavnoSanski MostSapnaSrebrenikStari Grad, SarajevoStolacTeočakTešanjTomislavgradTravnikTrnovo (FBiH)UsoraVarešVelika KladušaVisokoVitezVogošćaZavidovićiŽepčeŽivinice

Municipalities of Republika Srpska

BerkovićiBijeljinaBilećaKostajnicaBrodBratunacČajničeČelinacDerventaDobojDonji ŽabarFočaGackoGrad Banja LukaGradiškaHan PijesakIstočni DrvarIstočna IlidžaIstočni MostarIstočni Stari GradIstočno Novo SarajevoJezeroKalinovikKneževoKozarska DubicaKotor VarošKrupa na UniKupresLaktašiLjubinjeLopareMilićiModričaMrkonjić GradNevesinjeNovi GradNovo GoraždeOsmaciOštra LukaPalePelagićevoPetrovacPetrovoPrijedorPrnjavorRibnikRogaticaRudoŠamacŠekovićiŠipovoSokolacSrbacSrebrenicaStanariTeslićTrebinjeTrnovo (RS)UgljevikVišegradVlasenicaVukosavljeZvornik

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