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Sanski Most is a town and municipality in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located on the Sana River in Bosanska Krajina, between Prijedor and Ključ. Administratively it is part of the Una-Sana Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.DemographicsThe size of the municipality's area more than doubled after 1961. Therefore the population rose quite a bit.The town of Sanski Most itself had 17,144 residents in 1991. 7,831 Serbs (45.67%)7,245 Bosniaks (42.25%)901 Yugoslavs (5.25%)646 Croats (3.76%)521 others and unknown (3.03%)HistoryThe town is mentioned the first time in 1244 during the reign of Bela IV under the name Zana.From 1929 to 1941, Sanski Most was part of the Vrbas Banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.During the Second World War Sanski Most belonged to Independent State of Croatia. In the beginning of May 1941 in several villages south-east of Sanski Most (Kijevo, Tramošnja, Kozica...) the first armed conflict between new Ustaše regime and insurgent Serbs occurred. The event is known as Đurđevdan uprising.
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