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Jezera, Zenica

Summary
Jezera (Serbian Cyrillic: Језера) is a village in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Before the collapse and dissolution of Yugoslavia and the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992-1995, Jezera was administratively under the jurisdiction of Teslić, a municipality in central-northern Bosnia; after the war the village was administratively partly attached to the municipality of Zenica, to the south of Teslić. Demographics The ethnic and religious structure of Jezera was disturbed by the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Heavily populated by the Orthodox Christian inhabitants before the war, Jezera's demographic structure drastically changed during and following the war. To give an example, virtually the entire subvillage (Serbo-Croatian: zaseok, pl. zaseoci) Kusići, left their homes and the area. Among the reasons for this exodus was the newly established geopolitical order in Bosnia an Herzegovina, and the administrative attachment of the village to Zenica. The border between t
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