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Drni?
Grad Drni?
City of Drni?
Church in Drni?
Church in Drni?
Drni? is located in Croatia
Drni?
Drni?
Location of Drni? in Croatia
Coordinates: 43°51?45?N 16°9?20?E / 43.86250°N 16.15556°E / 43.86250; 16.15556Coordinates: 43°51?45?N 16°9?20?E / 43.86250°N 16.15556°E / 43.86250; 16.15556
Country Croatia
CountyFlag of ?ibenik-Knin County.png ?ibenik-Knin
Government
 o MayorJosip Begonja (HDZ)
Area
 o Total221 km2 (85 sq mi)
Population
(2006)
 o Total8,595
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 o Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
ClimateCfa
Websitehttp://www.drnis.hr

Drni? is a town in Croatia, located in inland Dalmatia, about halfway between ?ibenik and Knin.

History

Drni? railway station

The name Drni? was mentioned for the first time in a contract dated March 8, 1494. However there are traces of older Middle Ages' fortress built by Croatian aristocrat family Nelipi? at the site called Gradina dominating the landscape. The town was conquered by the Ottoman Turks in 1522 due to its strategic location. Many buildings from this time period are still preserved today. During the Baroque period, the mosque built by the Turks was transformed into a church. In 1918 the town was occupied by Italian troops who remained there until a withdrawal in 1921, as a result of the Treaty of Rapallo.[1] The town subsequently became a part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

On September 16, 1991 during the Croatian War of Independence, Drni? was attacked by forces of the 9th Corpus of Yugoslav People's Army and militia of SAO Krajina led by general Ratko Mladi?. The Croatian population fled under mortar fire, and town was incorporated in Republic of Serbian Krajina. The town and surrounding Croatian villages suffered extensive demolition and looting in that period. In August 1995, Drni? was restored to Croatian government control during the military action Operation Storm, and the Serbian population fled to Serbia or Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Population

Population of Drni? municipality
Year of census Croats Serbs Yugoslavs Others or unknown Total
1991 18,732 (77.50%) 4,974 (19.34%) 76 (0.32%) 387 (1.60%) 24,169
2001 7,835 (91.16%) 656 (7.63%) - 104 (1.21%) 8,595

Heritage

The village of Otavice near Drni? is the place where the noted sculptor Ivan Me?trovi? spent his childhood. A museum has been built which has an exhibition of the archeological rests from the neolithic and Roman eras, along with Croatian history. The composer Krsto Odak (1888-1965) was born in Siveri? near Drni?. The town has a memorial to Julijan Ramljak.[2] The area is also known for its agricultural orientation and a once notable mining center.

Municipal settlements

Badanj, Baljci, Bio?i?, Bogati?, Bri?tane, Velu?i?, Drinovci, Drni?, Gradac, ?itni?, Kadina Glavica, Kanjane, Kao?ine, Karali?, Klju?, Kri?ke, Li?njak, Mio?i?, Mirlovi? Polje, Kalik, Pakovo Selo, Par?i?, Ru?i?, Pokrovnik, Radoni?, Sedrami?, Siveri?, Tepljuh, Trbounje, ?iritovci, ?tikovo.

Notable natives or residents

References

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