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Oštarije is a village in the municipality Josipdol in Karlovac County, Croatia. It is connected by the D42 highway. It is located in Oštarije Field, 318 to 320 meters above sea level, bordering on the Stabarnica (372 meters), Veljun (615 meters), Krpel (511 meters) and Viničica (420 meters) hills.
The area of Oštarije has been inhabited since the early Stone Age, later on it from the 9th to the late 2nd century BC. is inhabited by Japods. Behind them left the remains of settlements in Vinogradišce, Krpel, Velika and Mala Viničica.
Ostarije is a place with four bridges, of which the most famous one is the Marmont Bridge, which is named after the administrator of the then Illyrian province, Napoleon's Marshal Marmont, built over the now dry mound of the Zagorska Mrežnica river.
Oštarije is inhabited by the populace speaking the sharp dialect of the Chakavian-Ikavian speech, unlike the nearby Ogulin where the Kajkavian dialect is spread, and Josipdol, where the Szekavian dialect is mainly used. Most of this population are Božičevići, Juričići, Mihaljevići, Gračanini, Cindrići, Franjkovici, Bokulići, Grdići, Neralići, Pribanići, Prebegi, Mrvoši, Rendulići and others. According to the 2001 census, the settlement had 1407 inhabitants and 482 family households.