Crna Bara, Bogatić

Crna Bara (Serbian Cyrillic: Црна Бара) is a village in Serbia, in the Mačva region. Administratively it belongs to the municipality of Bogatić. According to the 2002 census, the village had 2,270 residents.[1] It lies near the confluence of Drina river into Sava.

Crna Bara

Црна Бара
Arterska česma Crna Bara (Bogatić)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)


The village is in the far northwest of Mačve, located at the mouth of the Drina River in Savu. Farmland is about 2.772 - {ha} - of which the major part is located in a floodplain where the Drina and Sava rivers during floods and covered more than 2,000 acres.

The village is populated urban type with 19 streets and 4 correct intersection. All streets in the village are paved and street lighting covered about 30% of the settlements. Field roads are in very good condition.


Famous people from Crna Bara include the Serbian historian Milos Milojevic and Serbian soldier Vuk Isaković. Milojevic (Crna Bara, October 16, 1840 - Belgrade, June 24, 1897) was a Serbian historian, politician and writer.

Janko Veselinovic, a writer, wrote the novel Hajduk Stanko: historical novel in three parts, in 1896, with the action taking place in the Montenegro Bari

Culture and contemporary life

In the village there is an eight-year-old school " Janko Veselinovic" with a branch in Glogovac and Sovljak, St. Vaznesenija ( village celebrates the Spasovdan ), a post office with an automatic telephone exchange with over 600 subscribers, health center, veterinary station .

Cultural event "Hajdučke večeri" is held every year in early August. It was once one of the biggest cultural events in the country, gathering up to 100,000 visitors.

The village was in 1735. The St. George 's church was consecrated 1732nd year for which awareness is credited Vuk Isakovič .[2]


In the village of Crna Bara live 1836 adult population, and the average age is 42.4 years (41.6 for men and 43.1 for women) . The village has 683 households, and the average number of persons per household is 3.32.

This village is almost entirely populated by Serbs (according to the 2002 census), and in the last three censuses there was decline in population.

The village has 680 households and 988 houses, as there are many abandoned houses, and there are plenty of weekend houses in two weekend settlements "Vasin Šib" on the Drina (has electricity) and "Confluence" at the confluence of the Drina and Sava rivers (without electricity).


An area along the bank of the Drina, named "Vasin Šib" developed into the weekend-settlement. It has a hotel "Cer", motel "Mačvanska kuća", several restaurants and bungalows. Several sports fields are also built.[3]

See also


  1. Popis stanovništva, domaćinstava i stanova 2002. Knjiga 1: Nacionalna ili etnička pripadnost po naseljima. Republika Srbija, Republički zavod za statistiku Beograd 2003. ISBN 86-84433-00-9
  2. "St. George in the village of Hajduk Stankov ( "Serbian nasleđnje ", November 1998. )". Archived from the original on 2014-01-09. Retrieved 2014-02-02.
  3. Aleksandra Kurteš (2 July 2017), "Najstarije selo u Mačvi", Politika-Magazin No. 1031 (in Serbian), pp. 26–27

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