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Čeminac

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Čeminac (Laskafalu, Чеминац, Laschkafeld) is a village and municipality in Osijek-Baranja County, Croatia. There are 2,856 inhabitants in the municipality. Čeminac is underdeveloped municipality which is statistically classified as the First Category Area of Special State Concern by the Government of Croatia. Geography Čeminac is located in the central part of Croatian Baranja and it is surrounded by the municipalities of: Jagodnjak, Beli Manastir, Kneževi Vinogradi, Bilje, and Darda. The municipality of Čeminac includes the following settlements: *Čeminac *Grabovac *Kozarac *Mitrovac *Novi Čeminac History This Village was established by the Danube Swabians (Schwowe) in 1720 from Fulda and Eisfeld, locally also called Stifolder. The Čeminac area was home to a sizeable Danube Swabians population before the end of World War II. With the Red Army's crossing of the Danube at Batina most of these Germans left, and their property was confiscated by Communist Yugoslavia'
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