Municipality of Kladovo
|Part of the country||Central Serbia|
|Population density||37 inhabitants per km²|
The municipality is located in the northern part of the Timočka Krajina region . The area over which the municipality extends is characterized by mountains.
Boundaries and territory
The northern, northeastern, northwestern, eastern and southeastern natural borders with neighboring Romania are formed by the Danube River . In the west the territory of the municipality borders on the Opština Majdanpek and in the south on the Opština Negotin .
|Opština Negotin & Opština Majdanpek||Opština Negotin||Romania|
Cities and villages
According to the 2002 census (self-denomination) there were 23,622 inhabitants in the municipality of Kladovo. Of which were:
|Wallachians (Romanians south of the Danube)||568||2.40|
|Others ( Bulgarians , Romanians etc.)||1,352||5.69|
Since the city of Kladovo , which is also the capital of this municipality, is in the immediate vicinity of the Iron Gate hydropower plant (Serbian: Đerdap ) , the municipality is a popular tourist destination. But the many archaeological sites and hiking trails through the mountains are also popular with tourists, nationally and internationally.
There are also remains of the famous Trajan's Bridge , which was built by the Romans across the Danube.