Novi Grad is a town and municipality in northern Republika Srpska entity, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town is situated on the Una river on the border with Croatia (opposite the town of Dvor). Today, the municipality has a population of about 30,000 people with 8,500 households. In the town itself there is a hospital, post office, a great number of elementary and high schools, cultural center, banks, shopping centers, etc.
The new city was only named the new settlement, because the preserved and studied the documents mentioned for the first time 1217. Municipality of Novi Grad is situated in the northwestern part of Republic of Srpska. It's exact location is 45°53¨ longitude and 45°14 northern latitude. It takes up an area of 470 km2 (180 sq mi). The municipality lies between the rivers of Sana and Una, between the mountains of Grmec and Kozara. The climate is temperamental-continental.