Slavonia Village List

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Indexed by primarily German variant, Hungarian & then Official Serbian / Croatian 1941-45
Last Updated: 06 Oct 2013


Slavonia (Croatian: Slavonija; German: Slawonien) is a geographical and historical region in eastern Croatia.  It is a fertile agricultural and forested lowland bordered by the Drava river in the north, the Sava river in the south, the Illova river in the west and the Danube river in the east, with Syrmia.

The area is divided in seven counties, total population of 781,454 (2001). The biggest city is Osijek with a population of 114,616 (2001). Other cities are: Slavonski Brod, Vinkovci, Vukovar, Dakovo, Požega, Virovitica, Nova Gradiška, Slatina, Zupanja, Nasice, Valpovo, Belišće. Agram is Zagreb the Capital of Croatia.

As a local administration and self-government unit, Osijek-Baranja County is a part of the administrative-territorial organization of the Republic of Croatia established in 1993. It is located in the northeastern part of the Republic of Croatia in the Pannonian region, extending over the area of 4,152 km2. It encompasses the localities surrounding the lower flow of the Drava River prior to its confluence into the Danube.

 

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While generally known as a lowland, Slavonia does actually have a number of hills. The main ones are Psunj, Papuk, Požeška Gora, Ravna gora, Krndija and Dilj, which in turn encircle the valley of Požega.

Maps of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina

 
A    
  Adolfovo Selo, Croatia (Official)
Adolfsdorf (German)
Adolfovo
  Albertinovac, Croatia (Official)
Albertinwatz (German)
  Alinovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Aljmas / Aljmaš, Croatia (Official)
Almasch (German)
Apfeldorf
(German)
Almas
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  • Near Erdut, situated on the tri-border area of Slavonia, Backa and Baranja, where the River Drava flows into the River Danube.
  Stari Jankovci, Croatia (Official)
Alt-Jankowzi
  • Vukovar-Srijem County
  • There is also a Jankovci / Jankowzi listed in Syrmia.
  Andrijaševci / Andrijasevci, Croatia (Official)
  • Municipality in the Vukovar-Srijem County
  • Merged with Rokovci
  Andrijevci, Croatia (Official)
Androwitz (German)
  • Municipality in Brod-Posavina County
  • East of Slavonski Brod
  Antunovac, Croatia (Official)
Autunowatz (German)
Pakrački Antunovac / Pakracki Antunovac (Other)
  Ašikovci / Asikovci, Croatia (Official)
B    
  Babina Greda, Croatia (Official)
  • Municipality in the Vukovar-Srijem county
  • W of Županja
  • 40km southwest of Vukovar next to the rivers of Sava/Sawe and Berava, about 10 km upstream of Županja
  • Community official site at www.babina-greda.hr
  Babina Gora, Croatia (Official)
  • Town of region of Karlovacka
  • North of Daruvar
  Badljevina, Croatia ( Official)
Abtei
(German)
Bez
  • Pakrac County
  Bakić / Bakic, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Bankovci, Croatia ( Official)
Bankowzi (German)
  • Nasice County
  Banova Jaruga, Croatia (Official)
  • Novska County
  • a village at the border between Moslavina and western Slavonia, not far from the confluence of the Pakra and the Ilova, 9 km southeast of Kutina
  Bastajski Brdljani, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  • District of Veliki Bastaji
  Bastei
Mali Bastaji
, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Bektez
Bekteže
/ Bekteze, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Beketinci
Beketinici, Croatia (Official)
  Belišće / Belisce, Croatia (Official)
  Beničanci / Benicanci, Croatia (Official)
  Berak, Croatia (Official)
  • Vukovar District
  Berek, Croatia (Official)
  • A municipality in Bjelovar-Bilogora County
  Bertelovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Bicko Selo, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
  Bijelo Brdo, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Bistrinci, Croatia (Official)
  Bizovac, Croatia (Official)
    Bjelovar, Croatia (Official)
Belowar (German)
  • Bjelovar County
  Blagorodovac, Croatia (Official)
Blagorodowatz (German)
  Bobta, Croatia (Official)
  • NE of Vukovar
  Bocanjevci, Croatia (Official)
Agminor (German)
  Bokane, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Boksic, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Borova, Croatia (Official)
  Bracevci, Croatia (Official)
  Brekinska, Croatia (Official)
  Bresljanica, Croatia (Official)
  • Garesnica County
  Brestovac, Croatia (Official)
  Brezik, Croatia (Official)
Georgshof (German)
  • N of Virovitica
  Brezocac, Croatia (Official)
  • Bjelovar County
  Budakovac, Croatia (Official)
  Budanica, Croatia (Official)
Budanitza (German)
  • Nasice County
  Budrovci, Croatia (Official)
    Bukovica Nova, Croatia (Official)
  Brodski Varos, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
C    
  Cainci (German)
Cacinci
, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Caciste, Croatia (Official)
  Cadjavac, Croatia (Official)
  • Bjelovar County
  Cadjavica, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Caglin, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Cajkovci, Croatia (Official)
Tschajkowzi (German)
  Cakovec, Croatia (Official)
  • Cakevec County
  Cepin, Croatia (Official)
Tschepin (German)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Ceralije, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Cernik, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Ciglenik, Croatia (Official)
Zieglenik
(German)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Crnac, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Crnkovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
D    
  Dalj, Croatia (Official)
Dallia (German)
Dalja
(Other)
  Darkovac, Croatia (Official)
Darkowatz (German)
  Đakovacki Pisak / Dakovacki Pisak
  Daruvar, Croatia (Official)
Daruwar (German)
Daruvár
(Hungarian)
  • Bjelovar-Bilogora County
  • Daruvar is located 125 km from Zagreb, the national capital, and 130 km from Osijek, the main city of Slavonia to the east. The closest cities are: Pakrac, Lipik, Novska, Križevci, Bjelovar, Virovitica.
  Davor, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  • East of Agram
  Dežanovac / Dezanovac
  Dezanovac
  Djakovo, Croatia (Official)
Diakowar (German)
  Disnik
  • Garesnica County
  Djakovacka Breznica
  Djakovacka Satnica, Croatia (Official)
Satnitz
(German)
  Djakovacki Hrkanovci
 
Djakovacki Selci, Croatia (Official)
Selze
(German)
 
Diakowar (German)
Diakovár / Diakovar
Djakovo
Diakovarrajz

Đakovo / Dakovo, Croatia (Official)

 
  Djulaves, Croatia (Official)
  Gjurgjanci, Croatia (Official)
Djurdjanci (German)
  Djurdjenovac, Croatia (Official)
Gjurgjenovac
(Other)
  Djurdjevac, Croatia (Official)
  • Djurdjevac County
  Dobrovic
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Dobrovac, Croatia (Official)
Dobrowatz (German)
  • Pakrac County
  Dolci, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Donja Bazje, Croatia (Official)
Donje Bazje
(Other)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Donja Dubrava, Croatia (Official)
  • Prelog County
  Donja Moticina, Croatia (Official) 
  • Nasice County
  Donja Pistana, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Donje Predrijevo, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Donji Daruvar, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Donji Miholjac, Croatia (Official)
Unter Miholtz (German)
Alsómiholjác / Alsomiholjác (Hungarian)
  Dopson, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Draga, Croatia (Official)
  • Cabar County
  Draganici, Croatia (Official)
  • Karlovac County
  Djakovcki Selci
  Drenje, Croatia (Official)

  Drenjski Slatinik, Croatia (Official)
Slatinik
(Other)
  Duga Resa, Croatia (Official)
  • Karlovac County
  Dugo Selo, Croatia (Official)
  • Dugo Selo County
E    
  Eminovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  • South of Agram
  Erdut, Croatia (Official)
Erdőd (Hungarian)
  • A village and a municipality in eastern Croatia
  • located in the Osijek-Baranja County, eastern Slavonia, 37 km east of Osijek.
  Ernestinovo, Croatia (Official)
Ernestinenhof
(German)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
F    
  Fericanci, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Filipovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Pakrac County
  Forkusevci, Croatia (Official)
G    
  Gabarje, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Gaciste, Croatia (Official)
  Gaj, Croatia (Official)
Gai
(Other)
  Galdovo, Croatia (Official)
  • Sisak County
  Galovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Bjelovar County
  Garcin, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
  Garešnica
Garesnica
  • Garesnica County
  Gaschinzi (German)
Gasinci
, Croatia (Official)
  Gat, Croatia (Official)
  • Osijek-Baranja County
  Gazije, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Glina, Croatia (Official)
  • Glina County
  Golinci, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Gara (Hungarian)
Gorjani, Croatia (Official)
  Gorjanski Ivanovci, Croatia (Official)
  Gornja Bukovica, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Gornji Daruvar, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Gornja Jelenska, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Gornja Kovacica
  • Grubisno Polje County
  Gornji Miholjac, Croatia (Official)
 
  Gornji Sredjani, Croatia (Official)
  • Pakrac County
  Gospic, Croatia (Official)
  • Gospic County
  Govede Polje, Croatia (Official)
  Gracenica, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Gradina, Croatia (Official)
Gracani
  • Virovitica-Podravina County
  Grubišno Polje, Croatia (Official)
  • Grubisno Polje County
    Gunja
H    
  Harkanovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Hrastin, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Hrastovac, Croatia (Official)
Eichendorf (German)
  Hum na Sutli, Croatia (Official)
  • Pregrada County
  Humvaros, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
I    
  Ilova, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Ivanovo Polje, Croatia (Official)
  Ivanovo Selo
  • Grubisno Polje County
  Ivanska, Croatia (Official)
  • Bjelovar County
J    
  Jaksic, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Jastrebarsko, Croatia (Official)
  • Jastrebarsko County
  Jovanovac, Croatia (Official)
Johannesdorf (German)
  Josipovac, Croatia (Official)
Ober Josefsdorf (German)
  Jurkovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
K    
  Kaniska Iva, Croatia (Official)
  • Garesnica County
  Kapan, Croatia (Official)
Antonifeld (German)
Antonsdorf
(German)
  Kapela, Croatia (Official)
  • Bjelovar County
  Kapetanovo, Croatia (Official)
 
Kapinci, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County, central Slavonia on the slopes of Papuk mountain, east of Velika and northeast of Požega.
  Kaptol, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Karlovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Karlovac County
  Kesinci, Croatia (Official)
Keschinzi (German)
  Klein Bastei (German)
Bastei
(Other)
Bastaji
(Other)
Mali Bastaji
, Croatia (Official)
  • Klein Bastei Heimatbuch, by Heinrich Heppenheimer, 1990, Seligenstadt/Hessen, [German]. Alpha list of families/persons registered in the church books. ISBN 3925921109
  Klein Brsljanica (German)
Mala Brsljanica
, Croatia (Official)
  Klein Mlinska (German)
Mala Mlinska
, Croatia (Official)
  Klein Pasijan (German)
Pasijan
(Other)
Mali Pasijan
, Croatia (Official)
  Klenovnik, Croatia (Official)
  • Ivanec County
 
Klokocevci, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Koncanica, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Koprina
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Koprivnica, Croatia (Official)
Kopreinitz
(German)
Kapronca (Hungarian)
Kopriwnitza (German)
  Korenicani, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Koritna, Croatia (Official)
 
Koska, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Kotoriba, Croatia (Official)
  • Prelog County
  Kostanjica Hrvatska
  • Koprivnica County
  Krndija, Croatia (Official)
Kerndia (German)
  Krapina, Croatia (Official)
  • Krapina County

  Kravice, Croatia (Official)
Alt Krawitz (German)
Krawitz
(Other)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Krestelovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Kucanci, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Kukunjevac
  • Pakrac County
  Kula, Croatia (Official)
Josefsfeld (German)
Josefsfeld-Kula
(German)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  • ". . . the Royal Chancellery organized a settlement on the Crownlands at Kutjevo, located in southern Hungary, between 1785 and 1787 at Josefsfeld-Kula and Josefsdorf-Porec.  These were the only government sponsored pioneer settlements in the vicinity.  The settlers came primarily from Luxemburg, Alsace, Lorraine and the Pfalz." (Die Deutschen in Syrmien, Slavonien, Kroatien und Bosnien, written by Dr. Valentin Oberkersch; translated by Henry A. Fischer)
  Kunisinci, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Kutina, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Kutjevo, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Kutovi, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
L    
  Ladac, Croatia (Official)
  • Agram (Zagreb) County
  Ladimirevci, Croatia (Official)  
  Ladislav, Croatia (Official)
  • Garesnica County
  Lapovci, Croatia (Official)
  Laslovo, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Lepoglava, Croatia (Official)
  • Ivanec County
  Levanjska Varos, Croatia (Official)
Levanjski Varos
  • Djakovo County
  Lipik, Croatia (Official)
  • Pakrac County
  Lipovljani, Croatia (Official)
  • Novska County
  Ljubescica, Croatia (Official)
  • Novi Marof County
  Lonjica
  • Krizevci County
  Ludbreg, Croatia (Official)
  • Ludbreg County
  Lukac, Croatia (Official)
Lukatsch (German)
M    
  Mace / Mače, Croatia (Official)
  • Zlatar County
  Macute, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
    Magadenovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Osijek-Baranja County
  Majar, Croatia (Official)
  Mali Grdjevac, Croatia (Official)
  • Grubisno Polje County
  Marijanci
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Martin, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Marusevec, Croatia (Official)
  • Ivanec County
  Medari, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Medinci, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Mihaljevci, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Mikleus
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Miletinac, Croatia (Official)
  Miljanovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Miokovicevo, Croatia (Official)
  Mlinska, Croatia (Official)
  • Garesnica County
  Mrzović / Mrzovic, Croatia (Official)
Merschowitz (German)
  Mursko Seliste, Croatia (Official)
  • Cakevec County

 

N    
  Nabrdje, Croatia (Official)
  Nasice, Croatia (Official)
Naschitz (German)
  • (pronounced Na-shi-tse) is a town in the Osijek-Baranja county of Croatia, located on the northern slopes of Krndija Mountain in eastern Slavonia, 51 km southwest of Osijek.
  Nasicka Breznica, Croatia (Official)
Deutsch Bresnitz
(German)
  • Nasice County
  • Note: There is also a city named Březnice (deutsch Bresnitz) in southern Bohemia, 15 km  south of Příbram.
  Norsic Selo, Croatia (Official)
  • Samobor County
  Noskovci`/ Noskovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Nova Bukovica
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Nova Gradiska, Croatia (Official)
Neu Gradischka (German)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Nova Kapela, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Novaki, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Novi Marof
  • Varaždin County, a town in north-western Croatia, located south of Varaždin and east of Ivanec.
  Novska, Croatia (Official)
  • Novska County

 

O    
  Orahovica, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Obradovci, Croatia (Official)
  Ogulin, Croatia (Official)
  • Ogulin County
  Omiš / Omis, Croatia (Official)
Almissa (Dalmatian & Italian)
  Orešac / Oresac, Croatia (Official)
Deutsch Oreschatz (German)
  • East of Zagreb
  • Filial parish of Bela Crkva in the Yugoslavian Banat
  • Orešac is a village in Serbia. It is situated in the Vršac municipality, in the South Banat District, Vojvodina province.
  Orlovnjak, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Okucani, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County

 

 
Osijek, Croatia (Official)
Essegg
(German)
Essek
(Other)
Eszék
/ Eszek (Other)
P    
  Pakrac, Croatia (Official)
Pakratz (German)
Pacrac
(Other)
  • Pakrac County
  • South of Agram
  Palesnik, Croatia (Official)
  • Garesnica County
  Petrijevci, Croatia (Official)
Petrowitz (German)
  Petrinja, Croatia (Official)
  • Petrinja County
  Piljenice, Croatia (Official)
  • Novska County
  Pisak, Yugoslavia
Pisak, Croatia (Official)
  Piškorevci / Piskorevci, Croatia (Official)
  Pitomaca, Croatia (Official)
  • Djurdjevac County
  Pleternica, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Plostine, Croatia (Official)
  • Pakrac County
  Podgorac, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Podravska Moslavina, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Podravska Slatina, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Podravski Podgajci, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Podvijensko Bukovlje, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
  Pokupski Brest, Croatia (Official)
  • Sisak County
  Poljanska, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Popovaca, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Porec / Poreč, Croatia (Official)
Josefsdorf (German)
Poretsch (German)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  • Neighbor to Krawitz
  Potnjani, Croatia (Official)
    Požega / Pozega, Croatia (Official)
Poschegg (German)
Pozsega
(Hungarian)
  • Požega-Slavonia County
  • Požega was originally the residential estate of the Croatian-Hungarian queen and was exempt from the authority of the viceroy and the county.
    Privlaka, Croatia (Official)
  • A municipality in the Zadar county
  • South of Vinkovci
  Predavac, Croatia (Official)
  • Bjelovar County
  Prelog, Croatia (Official)
  • Prelog County
  Preslatnici, Croatia (Official)
  • Djakovo County
  Prezid, Croatia (Official)
  • Cabar County
  Pribisevci, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Pridvorje, Croatia (Official)
  Prokoparka, Croatia (Official)
  • Pakrac County
  Puklica, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Punitovci, Croatia (Official)
R    
  Radikovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Radosavci, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Rakitovica, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
  Raven, Croatia (Official)
  • Krizevci County
  Razbojiste, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Respusnica, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Retfala, Croatia (Official)
Rietdorf (German)
Deutsch Rieddorf (German)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
S    
  Samobor, Croatia (Official)
  • Samobor County
  Sapci, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
  Sapna, Croatia (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Saptinovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Sarvas, Croatia (Official)
Sarwasch
(German)
Hirschfeld
(German)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Selna, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
  Semelzi
Semeljci
, Croatia (Official)
  Seoma, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Sesvete, Croatia (Official)
  • Agram (Zagreb) County
  Sirac, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Siroko Polje, Croatia (Official)
  Slatinski Drenovac
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Slavonski Brod, Croatia (Official)
Slawonisch Brod (German)
Brod na Savi
(Other)
  • Brod County
  • On the Sawe River
  Slavonska Pozega, Croatia (Official)
Poschegg
(German)
Pozega
(Other)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Sopje, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Spisic Bukovica, Croatia (Official)
Bukovica
(Other)
  Srpsko Seliste, Croatia (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Stara Gradiska, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Stara Josava
  • Nasice County
  Staro Petrovo Selo, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Staro Topolje, Croatia (Official)
Alt Topolje (German)
  • Brod County
  Stenjavac
  • Agram (Zagreb) County
  Stivica, Croatia (Official)
  • Nova Gradiska County
  Strizicevac, Croatia (Official)
  • Pakrac County
  Strizivojna, Croatia (Official)
  • Djakovo County
  Suhopoljska Borova, Croatia (Official)
 
  Sunja, Croatia (Official)
  • Petrinja County
  Susine, Croatia (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Sveti Ivan Zabno
  • Krizevci County
  Svilaj, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
T    
  Tenja, Croatia (Official)
Tenje (German)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Tenjski Antunovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Trnava, Croatia (Official)
Tirnau (German)
  Tomasanci, Croatia (Official)
Tomaschanzi (German)
  Tominovci, Croatia (Official)
Tominowatz (German)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Topolovnica, Croatia (Official)
  • Grubisno Polje County
  Toranj, Croatia (Official)
Thoran (German)
  • Pakrac County
  Trnava, Croatia (Official)
Tirnau (German)
  Trnjani, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
  Trnovicki Popovac
  • Garesnica County
  Trojeglava
  • Daruvar County
  Trojstvo
  • Bjelovar County
U    
 
Uljanik, Croatia (Official)
Daruvarski Uljanik
(Other)
  • Daruvar County
V    
  Valpovo, Croatia (Official)
Walpach (German)
Walpowo (Other)
  Varazdinske Toplice

 

  Vaska, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Velika Gorica
  • Velika Gorica County
  Velika Kopanica, Croatia (Official)
Groß Kopanitz
/ Gross Kopanitz (German)
  • Brod County
  Velika Mlinska, Croatia (Official)
Groß Mlinska / Gross Bastei (German)
Mlinska
(Other)
  • Gross Mlinska, Die Geschichte eines hessischen Dorfes in Kroatien" by Jakob Bentz, 1984. [in German & out of print] - Alpha list of families & persons registered in the church books.
  Velika Pisanica, Croatia (Official)
Groß Pisanitz / Gross Pisanitz (German)
  • Bjelovar County
  Veliki Bastaji, Croatia (Official)
Groß Bastei / Gross Bastei (German)
Bastei
(Other)
Bastaji
(Other)
  • Daruvar County
  • The post office in Veliki Bastaji is also situated in a building owned by the Municipality, at Veliki Bastaji 96. This office was destroyed and closed during the Homeland War and in 1996 it was reopened.
  • Bostik Family
  Veliki Pasijan, Croatia (Official)
Groß Pasijan / Gross Pasijan (German)
Pasijan
(Other)
Passyan
(Other)
  Veliki Grdjevac, Croatian (Official)
  • Grubisno Polje County
  Velimirovaz, Croatia (Official)
Welimirowatz
(German)
  • Nasice County
  Veliskovci, Croatia (Official)
  • Osijek-Baranja County
  Vetovo, Croatian (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Vilic Selo / Vilič Selo
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Viljevo, Croatia (Official)
  • Donji Miholjac County
 
Vinkovci, Croatia (Official)
Winkowitz (German)
Winkowsi (Other)
Vinkovce (Hungarian)
Cibalis (Latin)
  • Croatian town in eastern Slavonia, with a population of 32,455 (2001) making it the largest town of the Vukovar-Srijem county. Located on the bank of the Bosut river, 19 km southwest of Vukovar, 24 km north of Županja and 43 km south of Osijek; elevation 90 m.
  Virovitica, Croatia (Official)
Wirowititz (German)
Weretz (Other)
  Viskovci, Croatia (Official)
  Vladislavci, Croatia (Official)
  • Esseg (Osijek) County
  Vočin / Vocin, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Vočinski Hum / Vocinski Hum
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Vojakovac, Croatia (Official)
  • Krizevci County
  Vojlovički Brezovljani / Vojlovicki Brezovljani, Croatia (Official)
  • Podravska Slatina County
  Vranovav
  Vrapce, Croatia (Official)
  • Agram (Zagreb) County
  Vrba, Croatia (Official)
  • Brod County
    Vrbanja, Croatia (Official)
  • It is administratively part of the Vukovar-Srijem county.
  • South of Županja, Croatian
  Vrbica, Croatia (Official)
Wrbitza (German)
  Vrbovsko, Croatia (Official)
  • Vrbovsko County
  Vrijeska, Croatia (Official)
  • Daruvar County
  Vrpolje, Croatia (Official)
  Vucevci, Croatia (Official)
Wolfstal (German)
  Vuka, Croatia (Official)
W    
  Walpowa (Other)
Valpovo
, Croatia (Official)
Walpach (German)
Z    

  Zagreb, Croatian (Official)
Agram (German)
Zágráb
(Hungarian)
  • Zagreb - Capital of Croatia, on the Sava River
  • Agram (Zagreb) County
  • "Das tausendjährige Zagreb. Von den einstigen Siedlungen bis zur modernern Grossstadt," by Ivan Kampus & Igor Karaman, 1978.
  Zamoborci, Croatian (Official)
  • Krizevci County
  Zarilac, Croatian (Official)
  • Slavonska Požega County
  Žarkovac / Zarkovac, Croatian (Official)
Szerémszolnok (Hungarian)
Zarkovci
  • It is situated in the Ruma municipality, in the Srem District, Vojvodina province.
  Zbjegovaca / Zbjegovača, Croatian (Official)
  • Kutina County
  Zdenci, Croatian (Official)
  • Nasice County
  Ziganka
  Zvecevo
  Zubrica
  Županja, Croatian (Official)
Zupanja
  • A city in eastern Slavonia, Croatia, located 254 km east of Zagreb. It is administratively part of the Vukovar-Srijem county.
    Bibliography
Sources Used For This Work

Village List and profile pages researched and compiled by Jody McKim, 2008.
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Updated: 06 Oct 2013  

Auslander, Jordan "Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary." Published by Avotaynu, 2005.

Regenyi, Isabella & Scherer, Anton "Donauschwabisches Ortsnamenbuch."  (name and location of towns). Published by the AkdFF, Darmstadt, Germany. 1987.

Gehl, Hans "Wörterbuch der donauschwäbischen Baugewerbe" Publisher Franz Steiner, 2000

Data submitted by fellow researchers.

wikipedia.org

www.croatia.hr/English

German Exonyms For Places In Croatia - wikipedia - This is a list of German exonyms for toponyms in Croatia. Part of Croatia was governed by Austria-Hungary, and some Hungarian exonyms became common in German, and may be used interchangeably with the German exonym for a period. These Hungarian names are noted below. Also, parts of Croatia ruled by Austria-Hungary were formerly governed by Italy, and Italian names also migrated to German usage. These are also noted.

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gross mare nagy large
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neu nou/noua uj new
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