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Klenak, Serbia

Klenak is a very small place in Serbia with a population of approximately 3,388 people and is one of the largest places in Serbia. Find all facts and information about Klenak.

Facts and figures on Klenak at a glance

Name: Klenak (Klenak)
Status: Very small place
Population: 3,388 people
Country: Serbia
Continent: Europe

The distance from Klenak to Serbia's capital Belgrade (Belgrade) is approximately 60 km / 37 mi (as the crow flies).

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Facts and figures about Klenak
Klenak KlenakVery small place3,388 people-

Map of Klenak

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Information on Klenak

Information on Klenak
Place nameCountryContinent
Klenak KlenakSerbiaEurope

Time in Klenak

Time in Klenak
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Sat, 15 Dec 2018 - 12:01amNoSat, 15 Dec 2018 - 12:01amUTC +1.0Europe/Belgrade

Geographic coordinates of Klenak

Latitude & Longitude of Klenak
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map44°47'18.5"N (44.7884600°)19°42'36.1"E (19.7100400°)

Distances from Klenak

Distances from Klenak
To equator (0° lat)To prime meridian (0° lon)To the largest places
4,968 km north of the equator1,556 km east of the prime meridianDistances from Klenak

Places around Klenak

3 places found within 5 km around Klenak. You can expand the radius of your search: 10 km15 km
Places in the regional area of Klenak
Tobolac Tobolac-4.7 km 3.0 mishow
Majur Majur5,0004.8 km 3.0 mishow
Sabac Ĺ abac55,1144.9 km 3.1 mishow

Airports around Klenak

No airports found within 15 km around Klenak. You can expand the radius of your search: 50 km100 km

External sources of information on Klenak

Klenak on Wikipedia