Bosut (village)

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Location
44°55'59"N
019°22'00"E
Country
 Serbia
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Bosut (Serbian Cyrillic: Босут) is a village located in the city of Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia. It is situated near the Bosut River, in the autonomous province of Vojvodina. As of 2011 census, it has a population of 971 inhabitants. While returning early from Budapest-Rakos M/Y mission, town was bombed by 1 x 463rd BG Boeing B-17 on 27 June 1944 as a target of opportunity: 16 x 250 GP bombs dropped on the main highway / powerplant.

Name

In Serbian, the village is known as Bosut (Босут), in Croatian as Bosut, and in Hungarian as Boszut. There is also a river with the same name (see: Bosut River).

Historical population

1961: 1,094 1971: 1,284 1981: 1,311 1991: 1,149 2002: 1,139 2011: 971
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