Ilinden Municipality

Municipality of Ilinden
Општина Илинден
Rural municipality


Coat of arms
Country  Macedonia
Region Skopje Statistical Region
Municipal seat Ilinden
  Mayor Zhika Stojanovski (VMRO-DPMNE)
  Total 97.02 km2 (37.46 sq mi)
  Total 15,894
  Density 163.82/km2 (424.3/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
Area code(s) 02
car plates SK

Ilinden (Macedonian:  Илинден ) is a municipality in northern Republic of Macedonia. Ilinden is also the name of the village where the municipal seat is found. It is named after the Ilinden Uprising in the region of Macedonia in 1903. It is located in the Skopje Statistical Region.


The municipality borders Aračinovo Municipality to the north, Petrovec Municipality to the south, the City of Skopje: (Gazi Baba Municipality) to the west, and Kumanovo Municipality to the east.


The total population of the municipality is 15,894.[1] At the census in 1994 it had 14,512 inhabitants.

Ethnic groups in the municipality:

Demographics of Ilinden Municipality
Census year Population

1994 14,512

2002 15,894

Inhabited places

Ilinden is a rural municipality. The number of inhabited places in the municipality is twelve.

Inhabited places in Ilinden Municipality
village: Ilinden | Ajvatovci | Bujkovci | Bunarďik | Marino (Ilinden) | Bučinci | Deljadrovci | Kadino | Mralino | Mrševci |Tekija | Miladinovci


  1. 2002 census results in English and Macedonian (PDF)

Coordinates: 41°59′N 21°35′E / 41.99°N 21.58°E / 41.99; 21.58

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