Novi Bečej is on left bank of Tisa River. Serbian and Hungarian language are officially used by municipal authorities. The municipality includes the town of Novi Bečej and the following villages:
Novi Bečej (Neu-Betsche) / Bočar (Botschar) / Kumane (Hungarian: Kumán) / Novo Miloevo (Beudra)
Nova Crnja Municipality
Nova Crnja (Serbian) / Magyarcsernye (Hungarian) / Neuzerne (German)
A village and municipality in Central Banat District of Vojvodina, Serbia. Although the village of Nova Crnja is a seat of municipality, the largest of these villages is Srpska Crnja.
Includes the following villages:
- Nova Crnja
- Vojvoda Stepa
- Srpska Crnja (Deutsch Zerne)
- Toba (Hungarian: Tóba)
- Molin (German: Molidorf) abandoned in 1961 due to groundwater.
itite (Serbian) / Bégaszentgyörgy or Begaszentgyörgy (Hungarian) / Jitiste or Zitiste (Romanian) / Sankt Georgen an der Bega (German) / Begejski Sveti Djuradj, Yugoslavia (Official)
- A village and municipality in Central Banat District of Vojvodina, Serbia.
- It was founded in the 14th century during the Hungarian Kingdom, under Zenthgyurgh (Szentgyörgyi) name, derived from the Hungarian family name Szentgyörgyi.
- In accordance with the census made in 1910, the linguistic distribution of the 2,814 inhabitants was the following: 1,454 who spoke German language
- Serbian, Hungarian, and Romanian language are officially used by municipal authorities.
- As a consequence of World War II and Axis occupation, German population left or was evicted from Begej Sveti Durad after the war, while 270 Serb families from Bosanska Krajina came to the settlement. In 1947, the name of the settlement was officially changed to itite. In 1960, itite became a seat of municipality.
Includes the town of itite and the following villages:
- Banatski Dvor (Hungarian: Szőllősudvarnok)
- Banatsko Vinjićevo
- Banatsko Karađorđevo
- Međa (German: Pardan)
- Novi Itebej (Hungarian: Magyarittabé)
- Ravni Topolovac
- Srpski Itebej (Serbisch-Itebe)
- Torak (Romanian: Torac)
- Torda (Hungarian: Torontáltorda)
- Hetin (Hungarian: Tamásfalva or Hetény)
Sečanj, Yugoslavia / Serbia (Official) / Setschan (German) / Petersheim (German) / Szécsány (Hungarian) / Torontálszécsány (Hungarian)
- Sečanj is a village and municipality in Central Banat District of Vojvodina, Serbia.
- 30 km E of Großbetschkerek / Zrenjanin
- The village has a population of 2,645, while the Sečanj municipality has 16,298 inhabitants.
- Serbian, Hungarian & Romanian language are officially used by municipal authorities.
- H.O.G. Web Site: www.setschan.de/
- Private Homepage: A Vogel Family History - Blog by Cliff Vogel
Includes the town of Jaa Tomić (Modosch) and the following villages:
- Banatska Dubica
- Busenje (Hungarian: Káptalanfalva)
- Konak (Hungarian: Kanak)
- Neuzina (Neusin)
- Sutjeska (Hungarian: Szárcsa)
- urjan (Hungarian: Surján)
Zrenjanin (Serbian) / Nagybecskerek (Hungarian) / Becicherecu Mare (Romania) / Großbetschkerek (German)
It is the administrative centre of the Central Banat District of Serbia. In 2002, the city's population was 79,773, while the Zrenjanin municipality had 132,051 inhabitants.
Zrenjanin is the largest city in the Serbian Banat, the third largest city in Vojvodina (after Novi Sad and Subotica) and the sixth largest city in Serbia.
Includes the city of Zrenjanin and the following villages:
- Banatski Despotovac (Ernsthausen)
- Belo Blato
- Jankov Most
- Lukino Selo