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Zagreb(About this soundpronounciation of "Zagreb"  kuro titiriw a ɛwɔ Krowehyia. Zagreb kuro no da Krowehyia apueɛ afa mu, ɛne Sava nsuo no na ɛben wɔ medvednica bepo no anaafoɔ.

Afe mpenu ne du-nwɔtwe nipa dodoɔ a na ɛwɔ kuro no mu bɛyɛ 804,507.[1] Sɛ wo ka Zagreb nkuro no nyinaa bɔ mu a wɔn bɛyɛ 1,153,255.[2] sɛ wo kyɛ krowehyia mu mmienu a na Zagreb bɛyɛ kuro no fa bi.

Abakwasɛm[sesa]

Zagrebfoɔ kuro a na ɔte so ne Roman kuro a yɛferɛ no andautonia a ɛnɛ yi ɛde Scitarjevo wɔ 1st ne 5th A.D aberɛ So.

Edin Zagreb baa afe apem ne aduokron nnan.

Yugoslavia aberɛ so, na Zagreb yɛ Ɔman no dwadibea kɛseɛ, afaei ɛyɛ kuro a ɛtɔ so mmienu a ɛso pa ara wɔ Krowehyia gyee faahodie firii Yugoslaviafoɔ hɔ akyi, ɔfaa Zagre b yɛɛ wɔn ahenkuro.[3]

Zagreb Mfiteaseɛ[sesa]

Zagreb abakwasɛm wɔ hɔ firi afe apem ne aduokron nnan (1094 AD) berɛ a Hungarfoɔ hene Ladislaus firii ne ntuabɔ a ɛtia Krowehyia no

Demographics[sesa]

Zagreb yɛ kuro a ɛso yie pa ara wɔ Croatia sɛ ɛba no nsase ne nnipa dodoɔ a wɔtete hɔ a. Afe mpem mmienu ne du-baako nnipa ne adan akenkan ( 2011 census) kyerɛ sɛ kuro no wɔ nnipa dodoɔ yɛ mpem ahanson aduokron ne du-nson (790,017) ɛna wɔtete hɔ.[4][5]

Kuro no mansini[sesa]

Ɛfiri ɔpɛnimaa bosome no da a ɛtɔ so du-nan (14 December) wɔ afe apem ahankro aduokron nkron (1999) mu no Zagreb kuro no wɔ nkyekyɛmu du-nson (17) mansini (gradska četvrt, pl. gradske četvrti):

Aman akɛseɛ kuo atenaeɛ[sesa]

Ɛfiri afe mpenu ne du-baako mu no, aman ahodoɔ atu kɔ kuro mu, efiri sɛ EU ne Spanish aterɛ . German, French ne Italyfoɔ atu kɔ kuro akɛseɛ mu. South koreafoɔ nso kɔtenaa Krowehyia ɛnam edin gye a na Krowehyia agye din pa ara wɔ South Korea.

Chinafoɔ bɛyɛ apem ne ahanan (1400) atu akɔtena hɔ ma wɔn nyinaa bɛyɛɛ Zagreb adehyeɛ. Ɛwɔm sɛ ɔsua sɛ wode toto EU nkuro ho a.

View to the east of Špansko - south, Rudeš and Zagrebačka Avenue, and to the southeast of Prečko and Vrbani
# District Area (km2) Population
(2011)[6]
Population
density (2011)
Population
(2001)[7]
Population
density (2001)
1. Donji Grad 3.01 37,024 12,333.2 45,108 14,956.2
2. Gornji Grad–Medveščak 10.12 30,962 3,090.8 36,384 3,593.5
3. Trnje 7.37 42,282 5,715.9 45,267 6,146.2
4. Maksimir 14.35 48,902 3,445.8 49,750 3,467.1
5. Peščenica – Žitnjak 35.30 56,487 1,599.0 58,283 1,651.3
6. Novi Zagreb – istok 16.54 59,055 3,580.8 65,301 3,947.1
7. Novi Zagreb – zapad 62.59 58,103 927.1 48,981 782.5
8. Trešnjevka – sjever 5.83 55,425 9,492.6 55,358 9,498.6
9. Trešnjevka – jug 9.84 66,674 6,767.8 67,162 6,828.1
10. CČrnomerec 24.33 38,546 1,604.6 38,762 1,593.4
11. Gornja Dubrava 40.28 61,841 1,544.7 61,388 1,524.1
12. Donja Dubrava 10.82 36,363 3,369.8 35,944 3,321.1
13. Stenjevec 12.18 51,390 4,256.9 41,257 3,387.3
14. Podsused – Vrapče 36.05 45,759 1,269.6 42,360 1,175.1
15. Podsljeme 60.11 19,165 320.2 17,744 295.2
16. Sesvete 165.26 70,009 427.4 59,212 358.3
17. Brezovica 127.45 12,030 94.4 10,884 85.4
TOTAL 641.43 790,017 1,236.1 779,145 1,214.9
Nationality Population (2011)
Serbia 17,526
Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,119
Albania 4,292
Slovenia 2,132
Macedonia 1,194
Montenegro 1,191
Czech Republic 835
Hungary 825
Italy 399
Germany 364
Ukraine 332
Russia 331

Kuro no wɔ nkyekyɛmu ahodoɔ ahaanu ne du-nwɔtwe (218) a ɛyɛ local committees as primary units of local self-government.[8]

Atenaeɛ[sesa]

Kuro no nko ara nyɛ standalone settlement a ɛwɔ Zagreb kuro no amanmuo mu – yɛ wɔ nkuro akɛseɛ bi nso wɔ hɔ a ɛbi ni Sesvete ɛne Lučko ɛna ɛsane nso wɔ nkuro nkumaa ka ho a wɔn nso dodoɔ kɔ n'anim kakra.[9]

Yɛwɔ nkuro mu nkyekyɛmu ahodoɔ aduoson (70 settlements) na ɛwɔ Zagreb kuro no amanmuo mu:

Amanmuo ne Amannyɔ[sesa]

Mɛyɔ a ɔte so sesei ne Tomislav Tomasevic. Ɔyii no afe mpenu ne aduonu-baako. Zagreb masini, mansini abatoɔ a ɛtɔ so mmienu no kɔɔ so Kɔtonimaa bosome ne da a ɛtɔ so aduasa afe mpenu ne aduonu-baako(Kɔtɔnimaa 30,2021).

Danijela Dolenec ne luka Korlaet na ɔyii wɔn mɛyɔ abɛdeakyire.

Zagreb man no wɔ Nnipa aduonum baako a ɔgyina aban no anan mu mansini no assembly hɔ firi Ayɛwohummumɔ bosome afe mpenu ne aduonu-baako.[10]

Nkuro a ɛne Zagreb yɛ anuanom[sesa]

Zagreb ne nkuro ne aman ahodoɔ a edidi soɔ yi anuanom:[11][12][13] Nhwɛsoɔ:Multiple image Nhwɛsoɔ:Colbegin

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Aman a ɔne wɔn di nketaho[sesa]

Nkuro a ɔne Zagreb di nketaho na ɛdidi soɔ:

Nnwomasua[sesa]

Zagreb wɔ mmɔfra sukuu ɔha ne aduasa-nkron (139) ɛna adantɛm yɛ ɔha(100) ɛne gymnsia nso aduasa. Aban sukuu a ɛwɔ nim yɛ nnum ɛna ankorɛkorɛ nso nkron.

Suapɔn[sesa]

Ɔtee Zagreb suapɔn no afe apem ahansia ne aduosia-nkron(1669) ɛno ne suapɔn a akyɛ yie wɔ Krowehyia ne southeaster Europ. Ɛfiri berɛ a ɔtee suapɔn no nyini a na ɛrenyini, mpremprem yi deɛ ɛwɔ fakɔɔti aduonu-nkron(29). Asuafoɔ bɛyɛ mpem ahaanu na agye abɔdin krataa(degree) wɔ suapɔn no mu, bio asuafoɔ mpem du-nnwɔtwe na agye maseta abɔdin ɛna mpem nnwɔtwe na agye dɔkota degree abɔdin.

Bɛsi afe mpenu ne du-baako no na Zagreb suapɔn no bɛyɛ suapɔn a ɛtɔ so a ahanum(500) wɔ wiase yi naa suapɔn a abɔ ne ho mmɔdene pa ara. Wɔn a ɔyɛɛ saa nhwehwɛmu yi ne 'Academic Ranking of word universities.

Abɔdin ahodoɔ[sesa]

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  4. ^ Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams

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