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Sarajevo, the capital and largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is also a metropolis. Sarajevo City Panorama.JPG
Sarajevo, the capital and largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is also a metropolis.
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Banja Luka
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Tuzla
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Zenica
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Bijeljina
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Mostar
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Bihać

This is a list of cities and towns with over 10,000 inhabitants (or lower if the municipality has over 20,000 inhabitants) in Bosnia and Herzegovina . For the full list of populated places, see List of populated places in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Contents

Organization

Apart from entities, cantons and municipalities, Bosnia and Herzegovina also has officially designated cities. Official cities have their own mayor and city council, which is a big difference to the municipalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which have a municipal council and mayor. Powers of city councils of official cities are between the government of municipalities and government cantons in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina or a government entity in the Republika Srpska. There are twenty five official cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (as of 2021): [2]

List

The list includes only the 56 cities / towns and municipalities whose administrative area has a population greater than 20,000. Istočno Sarajevo, with a population of 61,516 in its administrative area, is not included, since it is a city only in administrative sense and doesn't have a city proper.

"¤" indicates an official city.

City / town Entity/Canton AdministrativeCity / town proper
Rank2013 pop. [4] 1991 pop. [5] Rank2013 pop.
Sarajevo ¤ Sarajevo Canton
1
555,210527,049
1
271,194
Banja Luka ¤ Republika Srpska
2
185,042195,692
2
138,963
Tuzla ¤ Tuzla Canton
3
110,979131,618
3
74,457
Zenica ¤ Zenica-Doboj Canton
4
110,663145,517
4
70,553
Bijeljina ¤ Republika Srpska
5
107,71596,988
7
45,278
Mostar ¤ Herzegovina-Neretva Canton
6
105,797126,628
6
60,195
Prijedor ¤ Republika Srpska
7
89,397112,543
10
29,555
Brčko Brčko District
8
83,51687,627
8
39,893
Doboj ¤ Republika Srpska
9
71,441102,549
11
25,132
Ilidža Sarajevo Canton
10
66,73067,937
5
63,528
Cazin ¤ Una-Sana Canton
11
66,14963,409
18
13,863
Zvornik ¤ Republika Srpska
12
58,85681,295
26
11,497
Živinice ¤ Tuzla Canton
13
57,76554,783
14
16,157
Bihać ¤ Una-Sana Canton
14
56,26170,732
9
39,690
Travnik Central Bosnia Canton
15
53,48270,747
16
15,344
Gradiška ¤ Republika Srpska
16
51,72759,974
17
14,368
Gračanica ¤ Tuzla Canton
17
45,22059,134
20
12,882
Lukavac Tuzla Canton
18
44,52057,070
22
12,061
Tešanj Zenica-Doboj Canton
19
43,06348,480
50
5,257
Sanski Most Una-Sana Canton
20
41,47560,307
13
16,913
Velika Kladuša Una-Sana Canton
21
40,41952,908
53
4,520
Visoko ¤ Zenica-Doboj Canton
22
39,93846,160
27
11,205
Srebrenik ¤ Tuzla Canton
23
39,67840,896
40
6,694
Gradačac ¤ Tuzla Canton
24
39,34056,581
21
12,764
Teslić Republika Srpska
25
38,53659,584
39
7,057
Kakanj Zenica-Doboj Canton
26
37,44155,950
24
11,796
Zavidovići Zenica-Doboj Canton
27
35,98857,164
34
8,174
Prnjavor Republika Srpska
28
35,95647,055
35
8,120
Laktaši Republika Srpska
29
34,96629,832
49
5,419
Livno ¤ Canton 10
30
34,13340,600
36
7,927
Kalesija Tuzla Canton
31
33,05341,809
56
2,039
Tomislavgrad Canton 10
32
31,59230,009
47
5,587
Bugojno Central Bosnia Canton
33
31,47046,889
15
15,555
Žepče Zenica-Doboj Canton
34
30,21922,966
48
5,460
Trebinje ¤ Republika Srpska
35
29,91830,966
12
23,770
Široki Brijeg ¤ West Herzegovina Canton
36
28,92927,160
44
6,149
Ljubuški ¤ West Herzegovina Canton
37
28,18428,340
54
4,023
Derventa ¤ Republika Srpska
38
27,40456,489
25
11,631
Jajce Central Bosnia Canton
39
27,25845,007
38
7,172
Novi Grad Republika Srpska
40
27,11541,665
31
10,120
Čapljina ¤ Herzegovina-Neretva Canton
41
26,15727,882
46
5,774
Vitez Central Bosnia Canton
42
25,83627,859
42
6,329
Modriča Republika Srpska
43
25,72035,613
32
9,419
Bosanska Krupa Una-Sana Canton
44
25,54558,320
30
10,196
Konjic Herzegovina-Neretva Canton
45
25,14843,878
28
10,732
Hadžići Sarajevo Canton
46
23,89124,200
51
4,993
Novi Travnik Central Bosnia Canton
47
23,83230,713
33
9,008
Maglaj Zenica-Doboj Canton
48
23,14643,388
45
6,099
Banovići Tuzla Canton
49
22,77326,590
41
6,432
Kozarska Dubica Republika Srpska
50
21,52431,606
29
10,544
Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje Central Bosnia Canton
51
20,93325,181
52
4,831
Pale Republika Srpska
52
20,90916,355
19
12,905
Goražde ¤ Bosnian-Podrinje Canton Goražde
53
20,89737,573
23
11,806
Kiseljak Central Bosnia Canton
54
20,72224,164
55
3,554
Posušje West Herzegovina Canton
55
20,47717,134
43
6,267
Bratunac Republika Srpska
56
20,34033,619
37
7,858
Panorama de Sarajevo 2.jpg
Panoramic view of Sarajevo.

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