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"Prozor" redirects here. For the municipality in Croatia, see Prozor, Croatia. Prozor-Rama Panoramic view Location of Prozor-Rama within Bosnia and Herzegovina. Country  Bosnia and Herzegovina Entity Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Government  - Municipality president Jozo Ivančević (HDZ 1990) Area  - Total 477 km2 (184.2 sq mi) Population (1991 census)  - Total 7,601 Time zone CET (UTC+1)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Area code(s) +387 36 Website Official site Prozor-Rama is a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town of Prozor is located in the northern part of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton. There is Ramsko jezero- Rama Lake. Contents 1 History 2 Population/Demographics 2.1 1971 2.2 1991 3 Sports 4 External links 5 References History In October 14-15, 1942 Chetniks entered Prozor and killed 543 Catholic and Muslim civilians under the suspicion that they harbored and aided the Yugoslav Partisans.[1] Population/Demographics 1971 6.963 total Croats - (65,64%) Muslims by nationality -(33,33%) Serbs - (0,52%) Yugoslavs - (0,23%) others - (0,28%) 1991 In 1991, the municipality had a population of 7,601, of which there were Croats (62.%), Muslims by nationality (36.%), Serbs 70(1.5%) and others (0.5%). Sports The area is home to the football club NK Rama, and the basketball club HKK Rama. External links Media related to Prozor-Rama at Wikimedia Commons Official site http://prozor.net/ http://www.prozor-rama.org/ http://www.prozorama.com/ References ^ Tomasevich, Jozo (2001). War and Revolution in Yugoslavia, 1941-1945: Occupation and Collaboration. Stanford University Press. pp. 258–259. ISBN 0804708576.  v · d · eMunicipalities of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton Čapljina · Čitluk · Jablanica · Konjic · Mostar · Neum · Prozor-Rama · Ravno · Stolac v · d · ePolitical divisions of Bosnia and Herzegovina v · d · eEntities of Bosnia and Herzegovina Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina · Republika Srpska v · d · eCantons of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina      Una-Sana  Central Bosnia  Posavina  Herzegovina-Neretva  Tuzla  West Herzegovina  Zenica-Doboj  Sarajevo  Bosnian Podrinje  Canton 10 v · d · eDistricts of Bosnia and Herzegovina Brčko distrikt v · d · eMunicipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina Capital Sarajevo Municipalities of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Banovići · Bihać · Bosanska Krupa · Bosanski Petrovac · Bosansko Grahovo · Bugojno · Busovača · Bužim · Čapljina · Cazin · Čelić · Centar, Sarajevo · Čitluk · Drvar · Doboj East · Doboj South · Dobratići · Domaljevac-Šamac · Donji Vakuf · Foča-Ustikolina · Fojnica · Glamoč · Goražde · Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje · Gračanica · Gradačac · Grude · Hadžići · Ilidža · Ilijaš · Jablanica · Jajce · Kakanj · Kalesija · Kiseljak · Kladanj · Ključ · Konjic · Kreševo · Kupres · Livno · Ljubuški · Lukavac · Maglaj · Mostar · Neum · Novi Grad, Sarajevo · Novo Sarajevo · Novi Travnik · Odžak · Olovo · Orašje · Pale-Prača · Posušje · Prozor-Rama · Ravno · Sanski Most · Sapna · Široki Brijeg · Srebrenik · Stari Grad, Sarajevo · Stolac · Teočak · Tešanj · Tomislavgrad · Travnik · Trnovo (FBiH) · Tuzla · Usora · Vareš · Velika Kladuša · Visoko · Vitez · Vogošća · Zavidovići · Zenica · Žepče · Živinice Municipalities of Republika Srpska Berkovići · Bijeljina · Bileća · Bosanska Kostajnica · Bosanski Brod · Bratunac · Čajniče · Čelinac · Derventa · Doboj · Donji Žabar · Foča · Gacko · Grad Banja Luka · Grad Istočno Sarajevo · Gradiška · Han Pijesak · Istočni Drvar · Istočna Ilidža · Istočni Mostar · Istočni Stari Grad · Jezero · Kalinovik · Kneževo · Kozarska Dubica · Kotor Varoš · Krupa na Uni · Kupres · Laktaši · Ljubinje · Lopare · Lukavica · Milići · Modriča · Mrkonjić Grad · Nevesinje · Novi Grad · Novo Goražde · Osmaci · Oštra Luka · Pale · Pelagićevo · Petrovac · Petrovo · Prijedor · Prnjavor · Ribnik · Rogatica · Rudo · Šamac · Šekovići · Šipovo · Sokolac · Srbac · Srebrenica · Teslić · Trebinje · Trnovo (RS) · Ugljevik · Višegrad · Vlasenica · Vukosavlje · Zvornik This Herzegovina-Neretva Canton geography article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e Coordinates: 43°49′12″N 17°36′36″E / 43.82°N 17.61°E / 43.82; 17.61