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Where do the Young and Old Live in Croatia?

CroatiaUsing data from the latest census, the Science and Society Synergy Institute in Croatia has produced a demographic map of the country, detailing the age of the population, and showing where the oldest and youngest areas of the country are…

 The 10 oldest towns in Croatia, showing the average age of its residents, are:

1. Civljane – 71 years.(Šibenik-Knin County)
2. Ervenik –  62.5 years (Šibenik-Knin County)
3. Biskupija – 60 years (Šibenik-Knin)
4. Sućuraj – 58 years ( island Hvar – Split-Dalmatia County)
5. Janjina – 57.5 years (Dubrovnik-Neretva County)
6. Unešić – 57.5 years (Šibenik-Knin County)
7. Šolta – 57  years (Split-Dalmatia County)
8. Promina – 57 years (Šibenik-Knin County)
9. Žumberak – 56.5 years (Zagreb County)
10. Kijevo – 56.5 years (Šibenik-Knin County)

The 10 youngest towns in Croatia, again showing average age of its residents, are:

1. Voćin – 29 years (Virovitica-Podravina County)
2. Vođinci – 33 years (Vukovar-Sirmium County)
3. Pribislavec – 33.5 years (Međimurje County)
4. Đulovac – 34 years  (Bjelovar-Bilogora County)
5. Gundinci – 34 years (Brod-Posavina County)
6. Imotski – 34.5 years (Split-Dalmatia County)
7. Sikirevci – 35 years (Brod-Posavina County)
8. Ivankovo – 35.5 years (Vukovar-Sirmium County)
9. Strizivojna – 35.5 years (Osijek-Baranja County)
10. Kaptol – 35.5 years (Požega-Slavonia County)

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