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Bosnia and Herzegovina Population

Bosnia and Herzegovina, also known informally as Bosnia, is a country in South and Southeast Europe, located within the Balkans. As per the UN World Population Prospects report, the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2022 is 3,233,526 (3.2 million)

Estimated Population of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2023: 3.2 million or 32 lakh

Bosnia and Herzegovina 2020 Population
Total Population3,233,526
Global Rank135
Land Area 51,187 sq. km (19,763 sq. mi)
Area Rank125
Pop. Density64 people/sq. km
Capital CitySarajevo
Fertility Rate*1.27
Infant mortality rate ** 5.1
Median Age 43.1 Years
Life Expectancy in 77.93 years
Urban Population 52.3%

*Fertility rate, average number of children born to women during their reproductive years.

**Infant mortality rate is the number of deaths per 1,000 live births of children under one year of age.

Religion in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a religiously diverse country. Islam and Christianity are the main Religion. As per census estimates, Muslims comprised 50-60% of the population and Christianity is around 40-45% of the population. Some surveys put Muslims at a much higher percentage.

Among Christians, Orthodox Christians are the largest and are at 30.7% of the population, Catholic Christians area at 15.2%, and other denominations at 1.2%.

 

Religion percentage in Bosnia and Herzegovina

ReligionPercentage
Muslim50.70%
Christians47.10
– Orthodox Christian – 30.70%
– Catholic – 15.20%
– Other Christians– 1.20%
Atheist 0.70%
Agnostic 0.30%
Not declared 0.90%
No answer 0.20%

Source: Wikipedia

Top Cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina by Population
#CityPopulation
1Tirana4,18,495
2Durrës1,13,249
3Vlorë79,513
4Elbasan78,703
5Shkodër77,075
6Fier55,845
7Korçë51,152
8Berat32,606
9Lushnjë31,105
10Pogradec20,848
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