|Municipality of Radoviš
|— Urban municipality —|
|region||Southeastern Statistical Region|
|• mayor||Robert Velkov, MD|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
Radoviš Municipality (Macedonian: Општина Радовиш pronounced [ˈradɔvɪʃ] ( listen)) is a municipality in eastern Republic of Macedonia. Radoviš is the name of the city where the municipal seat is found. This municipality is part of the Southeastern Statistical Region.
The city of Radoviš was mentioned for the first time in 1019 during the reign of the Gramotata of the Byzantium Tsar Vasilie the second (which was the name of the city during the Middle Ages. At this time in history, Radoviš an important center for regional trade, craftsmanship and mining.
The name Radoviš is connected with the Medieval Duchess "Rada" from slavic origin, who used to live in the fortress above the city, the remains of which still exist.
During the 19th and 20th centuries Radoviš and surrounding regions where influenced by historical events related to the Razlovo, Kresnensko and Ilinden Uprising along with the events related to the Balkan, First and Second World Wars.
During Turkish Hegemony in Macedonia in the 16th century, the Micro region was populated by a nomadic Turkish population called the Juruci, an ethnic group that still exists to this day in this part of the world.
According to the last National census from 2002 this municipality has 28,244 inhabitants. Ethnic groups in the municipality include:
During the year several events take place in the municipality of Radoviš such as the Radoviš cultural summer, children's folklor festival "Oro veselo", gajda injevo, and Aco Karamanov poetry meetings.
Inhabited places 
• Radoviš (seat) • Ali Koč • Ali Lobasi • Bučim • Češme Maale • Ćoselija • Damjan • Držani • Durutlija • Hudaverlija • Injevo • Jargulica • Kalauzlija • Kaluđerica • Karadžalar • Karalobosi • Kodžalija • Kozbunar • Novo Selo • Oraovica • Papavnica • Podareš • Pogulevo • Pokrajčevo • Prnalija • Rakliš • Sariđol • Smilanci • Suldurci • Supurge • Šaintaš • Šipkovica • Šturovo • Topolnica • Voislavci • Zleovo