Lukavac is a town and municipality in northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town is the seat of a municipality within the Tuzla Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Geography [ edit ]
Lukavac covers an area of 352,66 km2. It shares borders with municipalities: of
Tuzla, Živinice, Banovići, Zavidovići, Maglaj, Petrovo, Gračanica and Srebrenik.
Apart from the town, the municipality comprises the following villages:
Babice Donje • Babice Gornje • Berkovica • Bikodže • Bistarac Donji • Bistarac Gornji • Bokavići • Borice • Brijesnica Donja • Brijesnica Gornja • Caparde • Cerik • Crveno Brdo • Devetak • Dobošnica • Gnojnica • Huskići • Jaruške Donje • Jaruške Gornje • Kalajevo • Komari • Krtova • Kruševica • Lukavac • Lukavac Gornji • Mičijevići • Milino Selo • Modrac • Orahovica • Poljice • Prline • Prokosovići • Puračić • Smoluća Donja • Smoluća Gornja • Semići • Sižje • Stupari • Šikulje • Tabaci • Tumare • Turija • Vasiljevci • Vijenac
Demographics [ edit ]
In 1971, the population of Lukavac was 51,781, made up of:
In the 1991 census, Lukavac municipality had 56,830 residents:
Economy [ edit ]
Lukavac has strong chemical industry, like the whole Tuzla region. The main factories are
Soda Lukavac, member of Turkish Şişecam group and cement factory [1 ] Fabrika Cementa Lukavac (FCL).
football club is FK Radnički Lukavac. There is also Aikido Club "GARD" Lukavac .
Lukavac town's Karate Club (previously known as KK Reweus
has achieved top recognitions in world-wide Karate competitions, and has produced some of the best Karate Champions in the Region. Members of the club regularly represent Bosnia and Herzegovina's representation in world championships. [2 ]
Notable residents [ edit ]
International relations [ edit ]
Twin towns – Sister cities [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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