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Location of Novo Goražde within Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|• Total||119 km2 (46 sq mi)|
|• Density||26/km2 (68/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
Novo Goražde (Serbian Cyrillic: Ново Горажде), also known as Ustiprača, is a village and municipality located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As of 2013, it has a population of 3,117 inhabitants. It was split from the pre-existing municipality of Goražde and given to Republika Srpska by the Dayton Agreement. The other part of the pre-war municipality is now in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The East Bosnian railway from Sarajevo to Uvac and Vardište was built through Ustiprača during Austro-Hungarian rule. The name of the railway station was Ustiprača-Goražde at that time. Construction of the line started in 1903. It was completed in 1906, using the 760 mm (2 ft 5 15⁄16 in) track gauge. With the cost of 75 million gold crowns, which approximately translates to 450 thousand gold crowns per kilometer, it was one of the most expensive railways in the world built by that time. The extensions were built from Uvac to Priboj, and from Vardište to Belgrade in 1928. In 1939, the railway station Ustiprača became a junction railway station to destinations of Sarajevo, Belgrade and Foča, after a branch line from Ustiprača to Foča had been built. The entire line was closed down in 1978, and dismantled afterwards.
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