Ljubovija is a municipality in western Serbia and has an area of 356 km2. The inhabitants call this region Azbukovica, and call themselves Azbukovci. According to census of 2002, the municipality of Ljubovija has about 17,232 inhabitants, and in 1961 it had 25,000 inhabitants. A considerable part moved to Machva, but also in Srem, Valjevo, Novi Sad, Belgrade and other cities. The largest place is Ljubovija, with a population of about 5,000, a there are 27 mostly smaller villages, the largest of which are Crnča and Vrhpolje.
The municipality of Ljubovija, with its twenty-seven settlements, is one of the economically undeveloped areas. Given the orientation of the population on agricultural production, in total income agriculture together with forestry, hunting and water management with 50.85%, manufacturing 23.23%, trade 3.48%, construction 2.98% and other activities with 19.46%.
The western boundary of the territory of the municipality of Ljubovija is represented by the river Drina (the border of Serbia), on the east side are the municipalities of Valjevo and Osječina, in the north are the municipalities of Krupanj and Mali Zvornik, while in the south of this area, the border is represented by the municipality of Bajina Bašta. area of the territory, population and settlements, the municipality of Ljubovija is classified into smaller municipalities in Serbia. It covers 0.64% of the territory, 0.32% of the population live in it.
The municipality of Ljubovija is in a solid position when it comes to relying primarily on traffic in the most convenient direction, namely communication with the Drina River valley (north-south), through which this area incorporates into road and other communication systems. The main road network consists of: