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Prizren District

This article is about the district in Kosovo. For the district of the Serbian government, see Prizren District (Serbia).
Qarku i Prizrenit
Prizrenski okrug/region
District of Prizren
Kosovo
Capital Prizren
Area
 – Total
 – % water

 ?
 n/a
Population
 – Total
 – Density

 331,670
 ?
Area code +381 (0)29
Postal code 2xxxx
Time zone CET, summer CEST

42°13′00″N 20°44′00″E / 42.216667°N 20.733333°E / 42.216667; 20.733333

The Prizren District (Albanian: Qarku i Prizrenit; Serbian: Призренски округ, Prizrenski okrug/region) is one the seven districts (the higher-level administrative divisions) of Kosovo, with seat in Prizren.

Municipalities

It include the municipalities of:

Languages

Next to standard provincial Albanian, Serbian and English, Turkish is official in this district as well.

Ethnic groups (2011 census)

The largest ethic groups are Albanians.Other important ethnic groups are Bosniaks,Turks,Gorani and Roma people.

Number %
TOTAL 331,670 100
Albanians 279,909 84.4
Bosniaks 21,027 6.3
Turks 14,425 4.3
Gorani 9,612 2.9
Roma(Ashkali and Egyptians) 5,048 1.5
Serbs 246 0.07
Others and no response 1,353 0.4

See also

Notes and references

  • Municipality Of Prizren

References

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