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  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. 
Notable residents [ edit ]
International relations [ edit ]
Twin towns – Sister cities [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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