|District of Serbia|
Location of Kolubara District in Serbia
|• Commissioner||Goran Milivojević (as of July 16th, 2015)|
|• Predecessor||Vladimir Petrović (Nov 14th, 2013 - May, 2015)|
|• Total||2,474 km2 (955 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Density||70.5/km2 (183/sq mi)|
|Municipalities||5 and 1 city|
|- Cities and towns||7|
The Kolubara District (Serbian: Колубарски округ, Kolubarski okrug) occupies the central part of western Serbia. It has a population of 174,513. The administrative centre of the Kolubara District is Valjevo, on the banks of the Kolubara River.
The district encompasses the municipalities of:
According to the last official census done in 2011, the Kolubara District has 174,513 inhabitants. Ethnic composition of the district:
This region is distinguished for its cultural-historic monuments: the Muselim's Palace, a typical example of the Turkish architecture built in the thirteenth century, the Tower of the Nenadovic Family, built in 1813 by Duke Janko, the church of Valjevo originating from 1838 which is a rare example of monumental classicistic style building in Serbia.
Prevailing industries in this region are: metal industry ("Krusik" DD Holding Corporation,": "Gradac" DD Screw Factory), agricultural production (plums, raspberries, blackberries) and food processing industry ("Srbijanka" DD).
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