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Bihać

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Bihać (Бихаћ) is a city and the administrative centre of Una-Sana Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is situated on the banks of river Una in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Bosanska Krajina region. In 2013 its population was 56,261. Settlements *Bajrići *Brekovica *Bugar *Ćukovi *Doljani *Donja Gata *Dubovsko *Gorjevac *Grabež *Grmuša *Hrgar *Izačić *Jezero *Kalati *Kulen Vakuf *Lohovo *Lohovska Brda *Mala Peća *Mali Skočaj *Međudražje *Muslići *Ostrovica *Papari *Praščijak *Pritoka *Račić *Rajinovci *Ripač *Spahići *Srbljani *Velika Gata *Veliki Skočaj *Veliki Stjenjani *Vikići *Vrsta *Zavalje i Zlopoljac History According to documents and historical sources, the first medieval urban settlements and towns around the Una river, began to appear in the middle of the 13th century. Bihać, as the centre of Pounje, was first mentioned on 26 February 1260, in the charter of Hungarian King Bela IV, and
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