Opatija

What is Opatija known for?


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. In February the band performed at the Rock Evening of Opatija Festival, and afterwards in Zagreb at the ''Kongres rock majstora'' concert (''Congress of Rock Masters''). The general expectation was that Mihajlović would be declared the best guitarists of the event. However, the judges decided in the end that the top four guitarists were Bata Kostić (of YU grupa), Vedran Božić (of Time (Time (rock band))), Josip Boček (formerly of Korni Grupa) and Goran Bregović


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: ''Maršala Tita'') One of the two main streets in Sarajevo is called Marshal Tito Street. In 1978, he left Žetva and, together with Verica Todorović, formed the band Rani Mraz (''Early Frost''). The band had its début at the 1978 music festival in Opatija with the song "Moja prva ljubav" ("My First Love"). Rani Mraz had unsteady lineup, but managed, however, to gain huge popularity with Balašević's pop rock-oriented songs released on 7" singles


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a significant tourist destination, rivaling major coastal cities and resorts. Croatia boasts unpolluted sea nature reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.


numerous cultural

; Later a large number of resorts sprang up along the coast and numerous islands, offering services ranging from mass tourism to catering and various niche markets, the most significant being nautical tourism, as there are numerous marinas with more than 16 thousand berths, cultural tourism relying on appeal of medieval coastal cities and numerous cultural events taking place during the summer. Inland areas offer mountain resorts, agrotourism and spas. Zagreb is also


guest performance

of the time. Several days later the band performed at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology (University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology). This was the band's first performance with their new keyboard player Laza Ristovski (a former Bezimeni and Boki Milošević Orchestra member). This was Ristovski's guest performance. He officially became a member in January 1975. Soon after, Smak performed with Hungaria (Hungary)n band Omega (Omega (band)) in Dom Sindikata Hall


humorous

Vučković was chosen with the song "Moja štikla" (My stiletto), which was described as a turbo-folk song with humorous lyrics and Balkan folk motifs. The lyrics were written by Severina, the music by Boris Novković (Croatian representative in 2005 (Eurovision Song Contest 2005)) and Franjo Valentić, and arrangement by popular Bosnian-born musician Goran Bregović. Due to Serbia & Montenegro’s withdrawal from the contest this year, Croatia automatically


support band

(of Bijelo Dugme). This decision raised a few eyebrows since all of them were signed to Jugoton record label, the principal event organiser. Shortly after, Smak performed as a support band on the Deep Purple concert in Belgrade. This further expanded their growing fan base. '''Croatia'''’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 was chosen on 4 March using the ''Dora'' competition in the seaside resort of Opatija, the place where the first ''Dora'' was held. Severina Vučković was chosen with the song "Moja štikla" (My stiletto), which was described as a turbo-folk song with humorous lyrics and Balkan folk motifs. The lyrics were written by Severina, the music by Boris Novković (Croatian representative in 2005 (Eurovision Song Contest 2005)) and Franjo Valentić, and arrangement by popular Bosnian-born musician Goran Bregović. Due to Serbia & Montenegro’s withdrawal from the contest this year, Croatia automatically qualified for the final based on the previous year's performance, eventually coming 13th with 56 points. Ivkov won the inaugural World Junior Chess Championship in 1951 at Birmingham; this tournament was established for players under age 20. He continued his progress with two solid showings in Yugoslav Championships: at Sarajevo 1951 he tied 10th-12th places with 9.5 19 (winner Braslav Rabar), and at Belgrade 1952 he tied 7th-9th places with 10 19 (winner Petar Trifunović). At Opatija 1953, Ivkov scored 10 17 for a shared 4th-6th place; the winner was Aleksandar Matanović. Ivkov was still eligible by age in 1953 to try to repeat his World Junior success; at Copenhagen he won his preliminary group with 7 9, but scored only 3.5 7 in the finals to place tied 3rd-4th, as Oscar Panno and Klaus Darga tied at the top. 250px right thumb "Mandrač" in Volosko (Image:Volosko, Croatia - mandrac 1.jpg) '''Volosko''' (Italian: ''Volosco, Volosca'') is a part of the city of Opatija, located in the Kvarner Gulf in western Croatia. It is located in the north of Opatija, on the road towards Kastav and Rijeka. language German


debut single

Asanović Tihomir "Pop" Asanović was approached to join the band, but he turned the offer down. The band released their debut single with songs "Živim ja" ("I Live"), originally entitled "Biska 13", and "Biska 16" in 1974 through PGP-RTB. Smak discography at Discogs The song "Živim ja" featured the flutist Sreten Tasić "Tasa", ref


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: ''Maršala Tita'') One of the two main streets in Sarajevo is called Marshal Tito Street. In 1978, he left Žetva and, together with Verica Todorović, formed the band Rani Mraz (''Early Frost''). The band had its début at the 1978 music festival in Opatija with the song "Moja prva ljubav" ("My First Love"). Rani Mraz had unsteady lineup, but managed, however, to gain huge popularity with Balašević's pop rock-oriented songs released on 7" singles

Opatija

'''Opatija''' ( ) is a town in western Croatia, just southwest of Rijeka on the Adriatic coast. As of 2011, the town had 11,659 inhabitants in total, of which 6,657 lived in the urban settlement.

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