The anthrop-geographic and demographic changes of Dreznica village, Western Croatia

Mirko Grčić


Dreznica is a relatively isolated rural micro region in limestone area of Velika Kapela in a western Croatia. It has been populated by Serbian people in the period of Australian Vojna Krajna. Afterwards, until the Second World War this area gave a lot of emigrants but still was densely populated due to high natural increase. The lost of population due to wars, emigration and depopulation caused a lot of problems. Nowadays more people originating from Dreznica are living out of Serbia.


Dreznica, Vojna krajna, Croatia, Cultural geography, anthropogeography, demography

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