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26 630 (data from 2002.)
Area: 213 km2
Founded: 1956 - since then part of the city of Belgrade
Settlements: Barajevo (8724 stanovnika), Vranić (4184), Guncate (2168), Meljak (2166), Baćevac (1782), Veliki Borak (1342)


The Municipality of Barajevo was founded in1956, passing to a communal system. It consists from the following settlements: Barajevo, Bacevac, Bozdarevac, Guncate and Lisovic. During that time the Municipality of Beljina was also founded, which included the settlements Beljina, Arnajevo, Manic and Rozanci. The settlements Vranic and Meljak became parts of then founded Municipality Umka, while Veliki Borak and Siljakovac were parts of Stepojavac. In 1957 the Municipality of Beljina was joined the Municipality of Barajevo, and in 1960, when the Municipality of Umka and Stjepovac were disbanded, the settlements Vranic, Meljak, Veliki Borak and Siljakovac became members of the Municipality of Barajevo as well. Thus the present Municipality of Barajevo was created and territorially formed.

The highest point in the Eastern border of the Municipality of Parcanski vis (408 m above sea level) dominates the whole area.

From its founding, in 1956, the Municipality of Barajevo has been part of the city of Belgrade, in its Southern part. It is located in the hilly area of the lowland Sumadija intersected by the river valleys of small rivers which gravitate to Kolubara. The Municipality has 13 villages and 15 local communities. The domicile of the Municipality is in the settlement Bargdan. Barajevo borders with the Municipalities of Cukarica and Vozdovac in the North, the Municipality of Sopot in the East, Lazarevac in the South and the Municipality of Obrenovac in the West.

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