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Tivat

the second half of the 1940s and the whole 1950s, the country was rebuilt. Montenegro's historic capital Cetinje was replaced by Podgorica, which in inter-war period emerged as the biggest city in country, but was in ruins due to hard bombing in the last stages of war. Podgorica had much favorable position and in 1947 the seat of republic was moved to the city, now named Titograd in honor to Marshal Tito. Instead Cetinje received a title of hero city within Yugoslavia. Youth work

actions built a railway between the two biggest cities of Titograd and Nikšić, and embankment over Skadar lake linking the capital with the major port of Bar (Bar, Montenegro). The port of Bar was also rebuilt after being mined during German retreat in 1944. Other ports include the ones in Kotor, Risan and Tivat. In 1947 Jugopetrol Kotor was founded. Electronic company Obod was founded in Cetinje, steel mill and Trebjesa brewery in Nikšić, and finally the crown of Montenegrin industrialization Podgorica Aluminium Plant was completed in 1969. ----- align right 12 Tivat align right 9,467 Tivat center 50px (File:TivatWeapon.png) ----- ----- align right 12 Tivat align right 9,467 Tivat center 50px (File:TivatWeapon.png) ----- - TIV LYTV Tivat Airport Tivat, Montenegro - **Bosnian (Bosnian language) (regional in the north of the country) **Croatian (Croatian language) (in Tivat, the Bay of Kotor area) **Serbian (Serbian language) (in Herceg Novi) During that time, JAT operated only domestic services between Belgrade, Podgorica, Tivat, Niš, Priština and - for a very short time - Užice-Ponikve Airport. In 1994, JAT resumed some of its international services. In 1998, JAT ordered 8 Airbus A319 (Airbus A320 family), this was seen as a political stunt by the president. author exyuaviation.blogspot exyuaviation.blogspot (English) The original delivery date was June 2000 but this date has been postponed until a total of $23.5 million is paid off to Airbus while Jat is hoping to divert the deal to another airline. Soon after all flights were cancelled as Europe introduced a new ban and FR Yugoslavia was bombed for 78 days. In the beginning of 20th century, when music schools were first introduced, and culture started developing faster, Montenegrin music started flourishing. There have been a number of notable classical music composers from Montenegro, especially during the 20th century. In the first half of the century, two musical schools developed: one based in Cetinje, and the other one in Podgorica. An important role in the music development of that time was played by Radio Titograd, which broadcast various music programmes daily, and helped popularise the music. At that time, composers started returning to the roots, introducing many traditional elements in modern compositions. Also, during the 1940s and 1950s, musical schools were opened in Kotor, Podgorica, Cetinje, Tivat, Herceg Novi, Nikšić, Bar (Bar, Montenegro), Ulcinj and Berane. '''DI Air''' is an airline based in Podgorica, Montenegro. It operates international charter flights from Podgorica and Tivat to neighbouring countries. Its main base is Podgorica Airport, with a hub at Tivat Airport. WikiPedia:Tivat Commons:Category:Tivat


Bar, Montenegro

. Montenegro's historic capital Cetinje was replaced by Podgorica, which in inter-war period emerged as the biggest city in country, but was in ruins due to hard bombing in the last stages of war. Podgorica had much favorable position and in 1947 the seat of republic was moved to the city, now named Titograd in honor to Marshal Tito. Instead Cetinje received a title of hero city within Yugoslavia. Youth work actions built a railway between the two biggest cities of Titograd and Nikšić, and embankment over Skadar lake linking the capital with the major port of Bar (Bar, Montenegro). The port of Bar was also rebuilt after being mined during German retreat in 1944. Other ports include the ones in Kotor, Risan and Tivat. In 1947 Jugopetrol Kotor was founded. Electronic company Obod was founded in Cetinje, steel mill and Trebjesa brewery in Nikšić, and finally the crown of Montenegrin industrialization Podgorica Aluminium Plant was completed in 1969. ----- align right 6 Bar (Bar, Montenegro) align right 13,719 Bar (Bar, Montenegro) center 50px (File:Coat of Arms of Bar.png) ----- ----- align right 6 Bar (Bar, Montenegro) align right 13,719 Bar (Bar, Montenegro) center 50px (File:Coat of Arms of Bar.png) ----- In the 990s, Jovan Vladimir emerges at the most powerful Serbian noble. With his court centered in Bar (Bar, Montenegro) on the Adriatic coast, he had much of the Serbian ''Pomorje'' ('maritime') under his control including Travunia and Zachlumia. His realm may have stretched west- and northwards to include some parts of the ''Zagorje'' (inland Serbia and Bosnia) as well. Vladimir's pre-eminent position over other Slavic nobles in the area explains why Emperor Basil II approached him for an anti-Bulgarian alliance. With his hands tied by war in Anatolia, Emperor Basil required allies for his war against Tsar Samuel, who had much of Macedonia (Macedionia (region)). In retaliation, Samuel invaded Duklja in 997, and pushed through Dalmatia up to the city of Zadar, incorporating Bosnia and Serbia into his realm. After defeating Vladimir, Samuel reinstated him as a vassal Prince. Following Basil's conquest of Bulgaria in 1018, Serbia passed under Byzantine rule again. Notable outcomes for 1980 included joint first places at San Miguel (with Browne (Walter Browne), Panno (Oscar Panno), Emma) and at Copenhagen (the Politiken Cup, with Mikhalchishin (Adrian Mikhalchishin)). The same year, he finished second at Bar (Bar, Montenegro), after Petrosian and second at Baguio City, after Torre (Eugenio Torre). At Moscow 1981, he joined Kasparov and Polugaevsky in second place, behind Karpov. A further Hastings visit in 1981 82 resulted in a share of second place, with Speelman (Jon Speelman), after Kupreichik (Viktor Kupreichik). He was first at Graz in 1984 and first equal at Copenhagen (Politiken Cup) 1986 with Chernin (Alexander Chernin), Pigusov and Cserna. He played at Reggio Emilia over the New Year of 1986 87 and shared second spot with Hort, Chernin and Spassky, after Ribli. At Hastings in 1988 89, he took a share of third with Gulko (Boris Gulko) and Speelman, behind Short (Nigel Short) and Korchnoi. Campaign of Doclea In 1186, Stefan Nemanja launched a campaign to invade and annex the area of his birth - Doclea (Duklja). Already in 1185, he annexed and victouriously entered the city of Kotor - sparing it from any destruction - where he built himself a Chateu. Doclea, as a coastal land, had a dominant Catholic Christian (Roman Catholic Church) character spreading from the City of Bar (Bar, Montenegro) with a Roman Catholic Archbishopric and also from Kotor and Ragusa (Dubrovnik). Rascia stood as an ethnicly purer, patriarchal, more conservative, with the national language and heritage staying at large and with an insignificant number of Romanized nomads, over Doclea — significantly populated by the autochthonous Romanized populace (Latins) and Arbanasses (Arbëreshë (disambiguation)) next to Slavs and having almost all inscriptions written in Latin alphabet. This ethnic mixture greatly affected its political life. Doclea was no longer in its high ages of glory. The time was ripe for a final decision between the two conflicting elements over the Serbian people - the West or East. When Stefan's forces reached Bar on their road, they besieged it. As a ransom, Nemanja demanded that the city pays him 800 perpers ) or '''Kraja''' (Albanian (Albanian language): the ''Krajë'', or ''Kraja'') is an area in southeastern Montenegro stretching from the southern coast of Lake Skadar to the mountain of Rumija, comprising several villages. It is inhabited mainly by Albanians and Montenegrins, which make up most of population. The area is divided between municipalities of Bar Tivar (Bar, Montenegro) and Ulcinj Ulqin (Ulcinj). Siege of Kotor Hoping to acquire suzerainty over the town, Đurađ had waged war against Kotor in 1368. Kotor, as a result of warfare, was suffering economic decline. Accepting Zetan rule wasn't going to aid Kotor economically either. Kotor resisted Đurađ's assault after seeing the town of Bar (Bar, Montenegro) paying an annual tribute of 2,000 ducats to Đurađ, previously paying 100 perper (Serbian perper)s to Serbia, expecting the same fate for Kotor. Kotor sought aid from Nikola Altomanović, but after his major defeat in Kosovo, he could provide little assistance. Kotor sought aid from the weak Tsar Uroš V (Stefan Uroš V of Serbia) and Venice (Republic of Venice). Neither provided much help as Venice was concerned that only their warships were on the Adriatic. In fact, Venice wrote to Tsar Uroš V in 1368, complaining that Serbia's armed ships were on the Adriatic, citing Bar, Budva nand Ulcinj to have them. They had also stated that this was also a violation of the Veneto-Serbian treaty and threatened to treat this ships as ''pirate vessels''. However, Uroš replied to that letter, stating that these ships that Venice were complaining about belonged to Đurađ I Balšić, lord of Zeta. The '''Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bar''' is an ecclesiastical territory or diocese of the Roman Catholic Church in Montenegro. It is centred in the city of Bar (Bar, Montenegro) (Italian ''Antivari''). It was erected as a diocese in the 9th century and elevated to an archdiocese in 1089. The Archbishopric was by Pope's decree abolished some time after 1140, until it was restored by the Serbian medieval Nemanjić dynasty in 1199. thumb Kotor Cathedral (File:Cathedral Kotor.JPG) The Diocese of Kotor borders the village of Sutorina (Municipality of Herceg Novi) to the west. To the east, the diocese borders the river of Željeznica near the city of Bar (Bar, Montenegro) (Antivari). The diocese encompasses the settlements of Herceg Novi, Kotor, Tivat, Risan, Perast, Dobrota, Prčanj, Bijela, Budva and Sutomore. airdate 27 November 1944 frequency 94.9 MHz (Cetinje) 92.1, 94.0 MHz (Kolašin) 95.5, 96.5, 97.1 MHz (Podgorica) 101.8 MHz (Mojkovac) 96.8 MHz (Pljevlja) 94.6 MHz (Bijelo Polje) 89.5, 96.3 MHz (Rožaje) 89.1 MHz (Berane) 99.8 MHz (Bar (Bar, Montenegro)) 92.2 MHz (Budva) 97.3 MHz (Ulcinj) 89.9 MHz (Plav) 96.1 MHz (Žabljak) 88.0 MHz (Nikšić) format Public (Public radio)


Cetinje

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Kotor

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Podgorica

historic capital Cetinje was replaced by Podgorica, which in inter-war period emerged as the biggest city in country, but was in ruins due to hard bombing in the last stages of war. Podgorica had much favorable position and in 1947 the seat of republic was moved to the city, now named Titograd in honor to Marshal Tito. Instead Cetinje received a title of hero city within Yugoslavia. Youth work actions built a railway between the two biggest cities of Titograd and Nikšić, and embankment over Skadar lake linking the capital with the major port of Bar (Bar, Montenegro). The port of Bar was also rebuilt after being mined during German retreat in 1944. Other ports include the ones in Kotor, Risan and Tivat. In 1947 Jugopetrol Kotor was founded. Electronic company Obod was founded in Cetinje, steel mill and Trebjesa brewery in Nikšić, and finally the crown of Montenegrin industrialization Podgorica Aluminium Plant was completed in 1969. For a list of municipalities, see Municipalities of Montenegro; for a category, see :Category:Populated places in Montenegro; for a list of all places in Montenegro, see List of places in Montenegro. thumb left 200px Podgorica (File:PodgoricaOverview.jpg), Capital of Montenegro thumb left 200px Nikšić (File:Niksic - Pogled sa Trebjese.JPG) ----- align right 1 Podgorica align right 136,473 Podgorica center 50px (File:PodgoricaCOA.png) ----- ----- align right 1 Podgorica align right 136,473 Podgorica center 50px (File:PodgoricaCOA.png) ----- '''1998-2000'''. In 1998, Italian art magazines such as Tema Celeste and Flesh Art begin reporting about the activities of Darko Maver, a hitherto unknown radical Serbian performance artist who has been disseminating hyper-realistic replicas of dismembered bodies in public spaces and hotel rooms across the former Yugoslavia. The magazines and a web site called "Free Art Campaign" report that the artist has been arrested by the Serbian authorities for his performances, which are meant to offer a scathing meditation on the hyperreality and media representation of the Yugoslav Wars. On April 30, 1999 the Free Art Campaign announces that Maver has been found dead in a prison cell in Podgorica, Kosovo. In March 2000, after alternative art spaces such as Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana, Forte Prenestino in Rome, and major art venues such as the Venice Biennale have dedicated retrospectives and paid tribute to the artist, the Luther Blissett Project, along with the newborn net art collective 0100101110101101.org, announce that Darko Maver is himself a work of art. # WikiPedia:Podgorica Commons:Category:Podgorica Dmoz:Regional Europe Montenegro Localities Podgorica


Republic of Macedonia

''Compact Disc''. The album also featured live versions of "Ljubav", "ORA je pravi način da..." (YWA (Youth work actions) Is the Real Way To...") and "Ritam" ("Rhythm"). Despite the political and economic situation in the country, the band presented the release at live performances in major cities. In Bulgarian (Bulgarian language) the official name is '''Bridge-Belote''' ( '''Ferid Muhić''' (born 1944 in Zavidovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a Professor of Philosophy at University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He started his academic career as Assistant at the Institute for Sociological Research in Skopje in 1970. He entered the Department of Philosophy as Assistant in 1974; Associate Professor 1976-1980; Full-time Professor 1980-present. Visiting Professor in International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Kuala Lumpur; Florida State University; Syracuse University, New York; Sorbonne 8, Paris; and several universities in Southern-East Europe. Main professional specialties: contemporary philosophy, cultural anthropology, aesthetics and political philosophy. Aromanians (w:Aromanians) are a distinct ethnic group currently living mainly in Southeastern Europe (w:Southeastern Europe), especially Greece (w:Greece) and Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia). The Aromanians are closely related to the Romanian people (w:Romanians), both being descendants from the Latin peoples which lived in Southeastern Europe since the time of the Roman Empire (w:Roman Empire). The Aromanian language (w:Aromanian language), which is spoken by around 500,000 people internationally, is the closest language to Romanian (w:Romanian language). Six of the suspects are Swiss (w:Switzerland) nationals, two come from Serbia and Montenegro (w:Serbia and Montenegro), one comes from Italy (w:Italy), two from the Republic of Macedonia (w:Republic of Macedonia), one from the Dominican Republic (w:Dominican Republic) and one from Bosnia and Hercegovina (w:Bosnia and Hercegovina). All live in Zurich.


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