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Buzet
Buzet
Town of Buzet
Grad Buzet
View of Buzet
View of Buzet
Flag of Buzet
Buzet is located in Croatia
Buzet
Buzet
Location of Buzet in Croatia
Coordinates: 45°25?N 13°58?E / 45.417°N 13.967°E / 45.417; 13.967Coordinates: 45°25?N 13°58?E / 45.417°N 13.967°E / 45.417; 13.967
Country Croatia
CountyZastava Istarske ?upanije.svg Istria
Government
 o MayorSini?a ?uli? (IDS-DDI)[1]
Population
(2011)[2]
 o Town6,133
 o Urban
1,679
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
UTC+2 (CEST)
Websitewww.buzet.hr

Buzet (Croatian pronunciation: [b?z?t]; Latin: Piquentum; Italian: Pinguente) is a town in Istria, Croatia, population 6,133 (2011).[2]

Demographics

The total municipal population is 6,133 distributed in the following settlements (with populations shown in parentheses):[2]

Baredine (43), Bartoli?i (43), Baru?i?i (95), Ben?i?i (uninhabited), Blatna Vas (7), Brnobi?i (52), Buzet (1,679), Cunj (19), ?irite? (76), ?rnica (45), Duri?i?i (2), Erkov?i?i (43), For?i?i (22), Gornja Nugla (76), Hum (30), Juradi (75), Juri?i?i (88), Kajini (17), Klari?i (39), Kompanj (36), Kosoriga (19), Kotli (1), Kras (12), Krbav?i?i (58), Krku? (19), Krti (80), Kru?vari (72), Mala Huba (68), Mali Mlun (64), Mar?enegla (100), Marinci (49), Martinci (20), Medveje (31), Negnar (21), Paladini (47), Pengari (22), Peni?i?i (46), Perci (52), Po?ekaji (41), Podkuk (1), Podrebar (12), Pra?ana (98), Prodani (71), Ra?ice (16), Ra?i?ki Brijeg (51), Rim (36), Rimnjak (19), Ro? (153), Ro?ko Polje (173), Sale? (7), Selca (60), Seljaci (19), Senj (24), Siroti?i (13), Sovinjak (27), Sovinjska Brda (23), Sovinjsko Polje (22), Stanica Ro? (63), Strana (56), Su?i?i (6), Sveti Donat (83), Sveti Ivan (227), Sveti Martin (1,011), ulci (39), ?kuljari (47), ?trped (189), Ugrini (48), Veli Mlun (63), Vrh (124)

History

Already at the time of Venetian rule, Buzet supplied military stations and the local population with potable water.

Geography

A few kilometers to the west is the ancient castle of Pietrapelosa.[3]

Gallery

References

  1. ^ "Grad Buzet".
  2. ^ a b c "Population by Age and Sex, by Settlements, 2011 Census: Buzet". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Bruno Fras (10 September 2011). "Strange ruins in northern Istria" (in Slovenian). Retrieved .

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