The Info List - Našice

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(pronounced [naʃitsɛ]) is a town in eastern Croatia, located on the northern slopes of the Krndija
mountain in eastern Slavonia, 51 km southwest of regional hub Osijek. Administratively it belongs to Osijek-Baranja County.


1 Geography 2 Economy 3 History 4 Population 5 Settlements 6 Culture 7 Sports 8 References 9 External links

Geography[edit] Našice
is located on the D2 state road Varaždin–Virovitica–Našice– Osijek
and the railroad Zagreb–Koprivnica–Osijek. Economy[edit] Chief occupations are farming and angling on 11 km2 of fishing ground. Major industries include metal processing, cement, (at Našice cement), the stone excavation. Also wood processing, textiles and food. History[edit] The city was first mentioned in 1229 under the name of Nekche. In the 13th century, the Knights Templar
Knights Templar
came to Našice
and built a church. The town was a feudal property of the Pejačević family until 1945. It was conquered by Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
in 1541 and was part of Sanjak of Pojega till Austrian conquest in 1687. In the late 19th and early 20th century, Našice
was a district capital in the Virovitica
County of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia. In September 1991 Croatian forces in Našice
captured military barracks of Yugoslav People's Army.[2] Population[edit]

Historical populations of Našice

Year Pop. ±%

1880 4,035 —    

1890 6,259 +55.1%

1900 7,992 +27.7%

1910 9,238 +15.6%

1921 9,244 +0.1%

1931 10,810 +16.9%

1948 12,736 +17.8%

1953 13,616 +6.9%

1961 14,665 +7.7%

1971 15,366 +4.8%

1981 15,629 +1.7%

1991 17,432 +11.5%

2001 17,320 −0.6%

2011 16,224 −6.3%

Source: Naselja i stanovništvo Republike Hrvatske 1857–2001, DZS, Zagreb, 2005

According to the census of 2011, there are 7,888 inhabitants in town, with 16,224 in the entire municipality.[1] 88% of the population are Croats.[3] Settlements[edit] The municipality of Našice
includes the following settlements:

Brezik Našički, population 352 Ceremošnjak, population 108 Crna Klada, population 0 Gradac Našički, population 153 Granice, population 109 Jelisavac, population 1,265 Lađanska, population 302 Lila, population 195 Londžica, population 190 Makloševac, population 130 Markovac Našički, population 1,586 Martin, population 1,077 Našice, population 7,888 Polubaše, population 17 Ribnjak, population 51 Rozmajerovac, population 25 Velimirovac, population 1,129 Vukojevci, population 914 Zoljan, population 733

Culture[edit] Rich hunting grounds can be found in the immediate surroundings, and the fishpond Našička Breznica and Lake Lapovac offer fine angling opportunities. Slavonian cuisine and freshwater fish are a part of the gastronomic offerings of the town and its surroundings. As an economic and cultural centre is famous for its valuable cultural and historical heritage, (the Gothic church, two manor houses, exhibitions of the art colony "Hinko Juhn"). Našice
plays an important role in business and excursionist tourism. The nice park by both of the Pejačević manors (horticultural monument). The private zoo of the Bizik family in nearby in Markovac Našički as well as the interesting surroundings at the foot of the Krndija
hill emphasize the importance of natural beauty. The municipality has an official memorial-area Crni Potok, dedicated to Croatian quisling soldiers and civilians killed at the site by members of the Yugoslav Partisans.[4][5] The site is commemorated annually on the third Saturday in June.[4] Sports[edit] Sports opportunities comprise tennis court, a football ground with accompanying facilities, and boating on the local waters. Footballers from Našice
include Panathinaikos midfielder Danijel Pranjić
Danijel Pranjić
and Danijel Stojanović. Football club NK NAŠK
plays in Croatian Third Football League. References[edit]

^ a b "Population by Age and Sex, by Settlements, 2011 Census: Našice". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012.  ^ "Obilježen Dan pobjede nad JNA u Našicama" [Victory day over the JNA marked in Našice] (in Croatian). Radio Našice. 22 September 2008. Archived from the original on 2 December 2013.  ^ "Population by Ethnicity, by Towns/Municipalities, 2011 Census: County of Osijek-Baranja". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012.  ^ a b Memorial-day at Crni Potok Marked on June 21 Archived February 11, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. ^ Commemoration to the Victims of Communism[dead link]

External links[edit]

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Official website (in Croatian)

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Subdivisions of Osijek-Baranja County

Cities and towns

Beli Manastir Belišće Đakovo Donji Miholjac Našice Osijek
(seat) Valpovo


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