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City Bijeljina


Bijeljina is an urban settlement and a local self-government unit with a status of a city in the north-east of Republika Srpska and BaH. The land area of the City territory is 734 km2 and it includes the Semberija plain which turns into mild hills of Majevica Mountain. The City of Bijeljina is located at the mouth of river Drina to river Sava. These two rivers are northern and eastern border of the City towards Mačva and Srem.
Drina and Sava are state borders with Serbia and Croatia, and the City centre is about six kilometres away from the border with Serbia and about 40 kilometres from the border with Croatia. Neighbouring municipalities are Lopare, Ugljevik and Zvornik, as well as Brčko District. Due to its geo-political location, Bijeljina is on the crossroads from the western part of Republika Srpska towards Serbia, and the eastern part of Republika Srpska and southern part of BaH towards northern Serbia, and further towards Ponnonian Basin and Central Europe. About 115,000 people live in Bijeljina, which makes it the second largest city in Republika Srpska.