According to the 2011 census the total population of Istria County is 208,055 which amounts to 4.85 percent of Croatia's entire population. The population density is 73 inhabitants per km 2 with an average age of 43 years.
- 2,813 km² (1,086 sq mi)
The Italian word for the Istrians is Istriani and today the Italian minority is organized in many towns and consists officially of around 45,000 inhabitants. The Istrian county in Croatia is bilingual, as are large parts of Slovenian Istria.
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At the 2011 census the town proper had a population of 2,622, while the administrative area – which also includes four nearby villages – had 4,345 inhabitants. 66% of population were ethnic Croats while the biggest minority group were Istrian Italians (10%).
Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Istria County.
Within Croatia, the highest PPS is recorded in Istria County (769), the City of Zagreb (640) and the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (576). The lowest PPS is observed in the Bjelovar-Bilogora County and the Virovitica-Podravina County (267). Urbanisation and housing
- 8.9 per 1,000 pop. (2015)
- −5.0 per 1,000 pop. (2019)
- 12.9 per 1,000 pop. (2019)
- 4,067,500 (2019)
Location of Raša Municipality within Istria County Situated in the valley of the Krapanski Potok (a tributary of the river Raša ), near the former village of Krapan in 1785. Raša was built as a " new town " during 1936-1937 as part of Mussolini's urban colonization of Istria and other Italian territories.
The capitulation of Italy, and the ensuing struggle over Istria, caused acts of massacres such as the Foibe massacres which were often partly or wholly committed by the local non-Italian population, due to the previous regime's oppression of non-Italians like such as forced Italianization which was the leading cause of resentment.
Istria: 4,956 km 2; Triest: 95 km 2; Population (1910 Census): Gorizia and Gradisca: 260,721 - 89.3 persons/km 2; Istria: 403,566 - 81.4 persons/km 2; Triest: 230,000 - 2414.8 persons/km 2; Linguistic composition. According to the last Austrian census of 1910 (1911 in Trieste), the Austrian Littoral was composed of the following linguistic communities: Total: