Sarajevo

What is Sarajevo known for?


film shows

, and well ahead of his former compatriots, Dutchmen Hilbert van der Duim, Frits Schalij, and Hein Vergeer. '''''Grbavica''''' is a 2006 film by Jasmila Žbanić about the life of a single mother in contemporary Sarajevo in the aftermath of systematic rapes of Bosniak (Bosniaks) women by Serbian troops during the war. It was released in the United Kingdom as ''Esma's Secret: Grbavica'', and in USA as ''Grbavica: Land of My Dreams''. The film shows, through the eyes


spectacular fashion

Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia Obverse: Event logo with host details surrounding it Reverse: An athletes head wearing a laurel crown Shape: Circular but set in a large rounded rectangular shape Red Star's first League championship was won in spectacular fashion. Three rounds before the end, Dinamo from Zagreb were five points ahead in the league (winning a match earned a club two points). However, the team from Zagreb was defeated by a team from Sarajevo, and Red


time team

NBA season 1975-76 and 1979-80 (1979-80 NBA season) National Basketball Association Coach of the Year Award (NBA Coach of the Year Award)s, of his having led the Boston Celtics to the 1981 NBA championship (1981 NBA Finals) and the Houston Rockets to the 1986 NBA Finals, and of his having coached five franchise (sports franchise)s over 25 season (regular season)s, '''Bill Fitch''' was named to the NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team#Coaches Top Ten Coaches


based rock

Schlager pop , Pop-Rock '''Jutro''' (trans. "Morning") was a Sarajevo-based rock (Rock music) band (Musical ensemble) most notable as the immediate predecessor to Bijelo dugme. It existed from late 1971 to the very end of 1973 when it transformed into probably the most popular rock band to come out of former Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) – Bijelo dugme. So, after a productive working vacation, Bregović was back in Sarajevo faced

apple")''' is a Sarajevo-based rock pop band that originated in 1985, and since then has remained very popular. They were also a part of the so called New Primitives movement that occurred in the 1980s in the Former Yugoslavia territory. * Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina *2009 Ljubljana, Slovenia (December 17 - December 20) *2008 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina *2007


study natural

Figini won the gold medal in downhill at the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo when she was only 18. She subsequently won numerous World Cup races and the overal Alpine Skiing World Cup twice, in 1985 and 1988


developing+fast

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comedy rock

jednog idota'' gained popularity with their comedy rock songs. After the departure of Čavajda, having released ''Slike sna i jave (Samo za buntovnike)'' in 1999, Babe ended their activity. Another popular comedy rock band, Prljavi Inspektor Blaža i Kljunovi, formed by charismatic frontman Igor Blažević in 1993, quickly gained mainstream popularity with humorous lyrics inspired by musical, film or sport stars. The band Familija was formed in 1994 by former Vampiri, U Škripcu

three full-length studio albums during twenty-five years of career, Del Arno Band managed to remain on top of Serbian reggae scene and sustain their popularity. Babe, starting in 1992 as a side project of Bajaga i Instruktori member Žika Milenković, Električni Orgazam member Goran Čavajda and Riblja Čorba member Zoran Ilić, with the release of their debut album ''Slike iz života jednog idota'' gained popularity with their comedy rock songs

. After the departure of Čavajda, having released ''Slike sna i jave (Samo za buntovnike)'' in 1999, Babe ended their activity. Another popular comedy rock band, Prljavi Inspektor Blaža i Kljunovi, formed by charismatic frontman Igor Blažević in 1993, quickly gained mainstream popularity with humorous lyrics inspired by musical, film or sport stars. The band Familija was formed in 1994 by former Vampiri, U Škripcu and Košava members, and saw large popularity with their albums


strong field

. Ivkov won at Sarajevo 1958 with 7 11. He won at Belgrade 1959 by 2.5 points with 9 11. In a strong field at Dresden 1959, he shared 3rd-4th places with 10 15 behind winners Efim Geller and Mark Taimanov. Ivkov shared the win at Lima 1959 with Pachman on 10.5 13, and again shared the win at Santiago (Santiago, Chile) 1959 with Pachman. At Mar del Plata 1959, he shared 3rd-4th places with Bobby Fischer, behind winners Pachman and Najdorf. Ivkov narrowly missed

at Belgrade 1959 by 2.5 points with 9 11. In a strong field at Dresden 1959, he shared 3rd-4th places with 10 15 behind winners Efim Geller and Mark Taimanov. Ivkov shared the win at Lima 1959 with Pachman on 10.5 13, and again shared the win at Santiago (Santiago, Chile) 1959 with Pachman. At Mar del Plata 1959, he shared 3rd-4th places with Bobby Fischer, behind winners Pachman and Najdorf. Ivkov won his second Yugoslav title at Zenica 1963 with 15 21, shared


food medical

for helping homeless street children obtain an education, clothing, food, medical attention, and shelter. He stated his interest in these various efforts was piqued both by his love for children and the fact that these causes had received little attention. While an exact figure for the amount of money he has donated throughout his life is unknown, it is known that in his last four years as a driver, he donated at least $50 million. In 2008


numerous shows

was a member of the French Resistance. After the war he returned to Yugoslavia and from 1948 to 1960, he was a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. During this time, he had numerous shows in Paris, Belgrade, Zurich, Geneva, Sarajevo, Skopje and Niš, as well as taking part in a number of collective shows of French painters in France and Italy, and in Yugoslav exhibitions in France, England, Belgium, Italy, Holland, and Brazil. In 1963

Sarajevo

'''Sarajevo''' ( and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with an estimated population of 369,534. The Sarajevo metropolitan area, including Sarajevo, East Sarajevo and surrounding municipalities, is home to 608,354 http: www.bhas.ba obavjestenja Preliminarni_rezultati_bos.pdf inhabitants. Moreover, it is also the capital https: advokat-prnjavorac.com legislation constitution_fbih.pdf of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity, the capital of the Republic of Srpska http: skupstinabd.ba ustavi rs ustav_hrvatski.pdf entity, and the center of the Sarajevo Canton. Nestled within the greater Sarajevo valley of Bosnia (Bosnia (region)), it is surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated along the Miljacka River (Miljacka) in the heart of Southeastern Europe and the Balkans.

Sarajevo is the leading political, social and cultural center of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a prominent center of culture in the Balkans, with its region-wide influence in entertainment, media, fashion, and the arts.

Until recently, the city is famous for its traditional cultural and religious diversity, with adherents of Orthodoxy (Eastern Orthodox Church), Islam (Islam in Bosnia and Herzegovina), Judaism (History of the Jews in Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Catholicism (Catholic Church) coexisting there for centuries. Malcolm, Noel. ''Bosnia: A Short History'' ISBN 0-8147-5561-5. Due to its long and rich history of religious and cultural variety, Sarajevo is sometimes called the "Jerusalem of Europe" or "Jerusalem of the Balkans". It was, until late in the 20th century

Although settlement in the area stretches back to prehistoric times, the modern city arose as an Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) stronghold in the 15th century. Valerijan, Žujo; Imamović, Mustafa; Ćurovac, Muhamed. ''Sarajevo''. Sarajevo has attracted international attention several times throughout its history. In 1885, Sarajevo was the first city in Europe and the second city in the world to have a full-time electric tram network running through the city, following San Francisco.

Sarajevo has been undergoing post-war reconstruction (Constructions and reconstructions in Sarajevo after war), and is the fastest growing city (Economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Kelley, Steve. "Rising Sarajevo finds hope again", ''The Seattle Times''. Retrieved on 19 August 2006. The travel guide series, ''Lonely Planet'', has named Sarajevo as the 43rd best city in the world, Lonely Planet (March 2006). ''The Cities Book: A Journey Through The Best Cities In The World'', Lonely Planet Publications, ISBN 1-74104-731-5. and in December 2009 listed Sarajevo as one of the top ten cities to visit in 2010.

Sarajevo is also a metropolis http: zpr.ks.gov.ba sites zpr.ks.gov.ba files pp Prostorni_plan PROSTORNI%20PLAN%20%20za%20štampu.pdf due to being the most important and influential city in the whole country.

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