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is a small town in northwestern Croatia
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, in the region of Hrvatsko Zagorje
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on the border with Slovenia
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. The population of Klanjec is 565, but there are 2,915 people in the municipality (census 2011). The list of settlements is as follows:
- Bobovec Tomaševečki, population 22
- Bratovski Vrh, population 67
- Cesarska Ves, population 14
- Dol Klanječki
Dol Klanječki is a village in Croatia. It is connected by the D205 highway....
, population 92
- Florijan, population 7
- Goljak Klanječki, population 71
- Gorkovec, population 16
Gredice is a village in the municipality of Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina....
, population 328
- Klanjec, population 565
- Ledine Klanječke, population 165
- Lepoglavec, population 139
- Letovčan Novodvorski, population 72
- Letovčan Tomaševečki, population 69
- Lučelnica Tomaševečka, population 213
- Mihanovićev Dol, population 322
- Novi Dvori Klanječki, population 233
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, population 235
- Rakovec Tomaševečki, population 129
- Tomaševec, population 156
In the census of 2001, the absolute majority were Croats
Croats are a South Slavic ethnic group mostly living in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and nearby countries. There are around 4 million Croats living inside Croatia and up to 4.5 million throughout the rest of the world. Responding to political, social and economic pressure, many Croats have...