In the Principality of Serbia, Kingdom of Serbia and Yugoslavia, the srez (Serbian Cyrillic: срез; pl.srezovi / срезови) was a second-level administrative unit, a district that included several town- or village municipalities. It was abolished in 1963–67 in SFR Yugoslavia. The unit is no longer used, although the katastarski srez is used in cadastral classification of property.


The srez was noted as a second-level administrative unit in the 1903 Constitution of Serbia[1] and the 1921 Constitution of Yugoslavia, below the okrug and above the opština.

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Administrative divisions of the Banovina of Croatia

The subdivisions of the Banovina of Croatia, an autonomous banate within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, were districts, cities, municipalities, and cadastral municipalities.

On the first level, there were 99 districts (srez, pl. srezovi). On the second level, there were 25 cities (grad, pl. gradovi) and 693 municipalities (općina, pl. općine). On the third level, there were 3,703 cadastral municipalities.


Andrijevica (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Андријевица, pronounced [andrǐjɛv̞it͡sa]) is a town and the seat of Andrijevica Municipality in eastern Montenegro. It has a population of 1,073 (2003 census).

Banatski Brestovac

Banatski Brestovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Банатски Брестовац) is a village located in the Municipality of Pančevo, in the South Banat District of Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village has a Serbian ethnic majority and its population numbers 3,251 people (2011 census).

Cetinje District

The Cetinje District (Montenegrin: Cetinjski srez / Цетињски срез) was a former district within Montenegro. The administrative centre of the Cetinje District was Cetinje.

Drač County

Drač County (Serbian: Драчки округ/Drački okrug) was one of the counties of the Kingdom of Serbia established on 29 November 1912 on the part of the territory of Albania taken from the Ottoman Empire during the First Balkan War. Drač County had four districts (Serbian: срез/Srez): Drač (Durrës), Lješ (Lezhë), Elbasan and Tirana. The army of the Kingdom of Serbia retreated from Durrës in April 1913.

Ivangrad District

The Ivangrad District (Montenegrin: Ivangradski srez / Иванградски срез) was a former district within Montenegro. The administrative centre of the Ivangrad District was Ivangrad (modern-day Berane).

Jelenja Vas, Štalcerji

Jelenja Vas (pronounced [jɛˈleːnja ˈʋaːs]; Slovene: Jelenja vas, in older sources Jelena vas, formerly also Iskrba, German: Hirisgruben or Hirschgruben, Gottscheerish: Hirisgruəbə) is a hamlet of the village of Štalcerji in the Municipality of Kočevje in southern Slovenia. Formerly, it was an independent settlement. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.

Kotor-Varoš (srez)

Kotor-Varoš was a srez (a second-level administrative unit) centered at Kotor Varoš, that existed during the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Socialist Yugoslavia. It had earlier been a kreis of Austro-Hungarian Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was a subdivision of the Vrbas Oblast in 1922–29, Vrbas Banovina in 1929–41, and thereafter the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was abolished in 1955.In 1948 and 1953, it included the six municipalities of Kotor Varoš, Previle, Skender Vakuf, Šiprage, Vrbanjci and Zabrđe.


Lebane (Serbian Cyrillic: Лебане) is a town and municipality located in Jablanica District of southern Serbia. According to the 2011 census, the town has a population of 10,062 inhabitants, while the municipality has 20,000 inhabitants.

Nikšić District

The Nikšić District (Montenegrin: Nikšićki srez / Никшићки срез) was a former district within Montenegro. The administrative centre of the Nikšić District was Nikšić.

Panta Lunjevica

Panta Lunjevica (Serbian Cyrillic: Панта Луњевица; 1840–1887) was a Serbian higher administrative officer, the chief (načelnik) of the Šabac district (srez or okrug), at one point also of the Belgrade district. He was educated, formerly working as a military officer and policeman. He was a loyal to the Obrenović dynasty and a liberal. Panta was the son of Nikola Lunjevica (1776–1842), a commander (vojvoda) of the Serbian Revolution and close comrade of Prince Miloš. With his mother Đurđija, Panta renovated the Vujan Monastery in 1858, which had earlier been renovated by his father in 1800. He founded the library in Aranđelovac. With his wife Anđelija Koljević, he had 7 children, two sons, Nikola and Nikodije, and five daughters, Hristina, Đina, Ana, Draga and Vojka. Draga was the Queen consort of Serbia (1900–1903) as the wife of King Aleksandar Obrenović.

Pljevlja District

The Pljevlja District (Montenegrin: Пљеваљски срез, romanized: Pljevaljski srez) was a former district within Montenegro. The administrative centre of the Pljevlja District was Pljevlja.

Previle (former municipality)

Previle (Serbian Cyrillic: Превиле) was a municipality of the former Kotor-Varoš srez in the Banja Luka okrug, in former Yugoslavia (the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and FPR Yugoslavia), that existed until 1955. Today, the former municipality constitutes the territory of the villages of Boljanići, Hadrovci, Jakotina, Ravne, Sokoline, Vagani, Varjače, Viševice, Vranić, located in the Kotor Varoš municipality, and Javorani, located in the Kneževo/Skender Vakuf municipality. It had a Serb ethnic majority according to the 1953 census. It was a site of military operations during World War II.According to the 1953 census, the 4,576 inhabitants identified ethnically as:

Serbs – 3.537

Croats – 696

Yugoslavs “undecided” – 341

Others – 1


The Rinža (German: Rinse, Rinnse) is a river of Slovenia. It is 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) long and flows through Kočevje. It is the main watercourse of the Kočevje Polje and it is a losing stream. A few kilometers downstream of Kočevje, it goes subterranean. It emerges again as the Bilpa, a tributary of the Kolpa.


Sapna is a town and municipality located in Tuzla Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Selenča (Serbian: Селенча, Slovak: Selenča, Hungarian: Bácsújfalu) is a village in Serbia. It is situated in the Bač municipality, South Bačka District, Vojvodina province. The village had a population of 2,996 according to the 2011 census, with an overwhelming Slovak ethnic majority (over 90%).

Subdivisions of Belgrade

The city of Belgrade is divided into 17 municipalities.Most of the municipalities are situated on the southern side of the Danube and Sava rivers, in the Šumadija region. Three municipalities (Zemun, Novi Beograd, and Surčin) are on the northern bank of the Sava, in the Syrmia region, and the municipality of Palilula, spanning the Danube, is in both the Šumadija and Banat regions.

Subdivisions of Montenegro

Municipalities of Montenegro (LAU-1, ISO 3166-2:ME)

communes (mjesna zajednica)

settlements (naselje) (LAU-2)

NUTS of Montenegro

Regions of Montenegro

Titograd District

The Titograd District (Montenegrin: Титоградски срез, romanized: Titogradski srez) was a former district within Montenegro. The administrative centre of the Titograd District was Titograd (modern-day Podgorica)


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