District of Gjakova

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Rajoni i Gjakovës
Ђаковички округ
Location of Gjakova District in Kosovo
Location of Gjakova District in Kosovo
Country Kosovo[a]
CapitalGjakova
Area
 • Total1,129 km2 (436 sq mi)
Population
 (2011 census)
 • Total214,672
 • Rank4th
 • Density190/km2 (490/sq mi)
Postal code
50000
Vehicle registration07
Municipalities4
Settlements[1]170
HDI (2017)0.733[2]
high · 5th
District of Gjakova

The District of Gjakova or the District of Đakovica (Albanian: Rajoni i Gjakovës; Serbian: Ђаковички округ or Đakovički okrug) is one of the seven districts of Kosovo[a], with seat in the city of Gjakova.

Municipalities[edit]

The district of Gjakovica has a total of 4 municipalities and 170 other smaller settlements.[1]

Municipality Population (2011) Area (km2) Density (km2) Settlements
Gjakova 94,557 587 161.1 91
Rahovec 75,053 276 220.5 34
Deçan 38,984 180 216.6 37
Junik 6,078 86 70.7 10
Gjakova District 214,672 1,129 172.4 170

Settlements[edit]

Deçan Municipality[edit]

  • Baballoq/Babaloć
  • Beleg
  • Dashinovc/Dašinovac
  • Deçan
  • Ratishi i Ultë/Donji Ratist
  • Strellci i Ultë/Donji Streoc
  • Drenovc/Drenovac
  • Dubovik
  • Gllogjan/Glođane
  • Carrabreg I Epërm/Gornji Crnobreg
  • Ratishi i Epërm/Gornji Ratis
  • Strellc i Epërm/Gornji Streoc
  • Gramaçel/Gramocelj
  • Hulaj
  • Isniq/Istinić
  • Kodrali
  • Lpushë/Ljubuša
  • Lumbardh
  • Maznik
  • Papiq
  • Prapacan
  • Pobërgjë/Pobrđe
  • Pozhar
  • Prilep/Prelep
  • Rastavicë
  • Rrzniq I
  • Rrzniq II
  • Shaptej
  • Slup
  • Voksh

Gjakova Municipality[edit]

  • Babaj Boks/Babaj i Bokës
  • Bardhasan
  • Botushë
  • Bec
  • Berjahë
  • Bishtrazhin/Bistražin
  • Brekovc
  • Brovina
  • Qerret/Ćeret
  • Qerim/Ćerim
  • Cërmjan/Crmljane
  • Damjan
  • Deva
  • Gjakova
  • Doblibarë
  • Dobriqë/Dobric
  • Novosellë e Poshtme/Donje Novo Selo
  • Dujakë
  • Hereç/Erec
  • Firza
  • Goden
  • Novosellë e Epërme/Gornje Novo Selo
  • Gërqina/Grćina
  • Gërgoc
  • Gusk
  • Jabllanicë/Jablanica
  • Jahoc
  • Janosh
  • Kodralija – Beckë/Kodralija – Becka
  • Korenica
  • Koshare/Košare
  • Kralane
  • Kushavec/Kuševac
  • Lipovec
  • Marmullë
  • Meqë/Meca
  • Orizë/Meja Orize
  • Moglica
  • Molliq/Molić
  • Novokaz
  • Osek Hilë/Osek Hilja
  • Osek Paša / Osek Pashë
  • Paljabarda / Palabardhë
  • Petrušan / Pjetershtan
  • Ponosevac / Ponoshec
  • Popovc
  • Racë
  • Rracaj
  • Radoniq
  • Rakoc
  • Ramoc
  • Rogova I
  • Rogovë II
  • Zidi Sadikagës
  • Sheremet
  • Shishman I Bokes
  • Skivjan
  • Smaçë
  • Smolicë
  • Stubell
  • Trakaniq
  • Ujez
  • Vogocë
  • Vraniq
  • Zhabel
  • Zhdrellë
  • Zhub
  • Zulfaj
Rahovec, District of Gjakova

Orahovac Municipality[edit]

  • Fortesë
  • Dejne
  • Bratotinë
  • Brestovc
  • Birnjak
  • Celina
  • Qifllak
  • Damnjan
  • Dabidoll
  • Pataqan i Ultë
  • Drenoc
  • Gexhë
  • Pataqan i Epërm
  • Koznik
  • Kramovik
  • Hoca e Vogël
  • Mrasor
  • Nashpalla
  • Nagavc
  • Apterushë
  • Orahovac
  • Petkovc
  • Polluzha
  • Pastasellë
  • Radostë
  • Ratkovc
  • Reti
  • Senovc
  • Sopniq
  • Hoqë e Madhe
  • Hoqë e Vogel
  • Krusha e Madhe
  • Krusha e Vogel
  • Vranjak
  • Zatriq
  • Zaçishtë
  • Xërxë

Junik Municipality[edit]

  • Jasić-Đocaj / Jasiq-Gjocaj
  • Junik

Postal Code[edit]

Postal Code of Kosovo – 50000 Gjakova
District Municipality Local Code
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 50000
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 1 50010
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 4 50040
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 5 50050
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 6 50060
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 7 50070
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 8 50080
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 9 50090
Gjakova Gjakova Gjakova 10 50100
Gjakova Gjakova Bishtazhin 50500
Gjakova Deçan Deçan 51000
Gjakova Deçan Junik 51050
Source: Post and Telecommunications of Kosovo J.S.C. (PTK)
"List of postal codes" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2006-06-30. (199 KiB)

Notes[edit]

a.   ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008. Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently (this note self-updates) recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 113 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 15 later withdrew their recognition.

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Coordinates: 42°23′24″N 20°25′48″E / 42.39000°N 20.43000°E / 42.39000; 20.43000