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Sofia

and Perčec to death on 17 July 1929. The exiles started organizing support for their cause among the Croatian diaspora in Europe, North and South America. In January 1932, they named their revolutionary organization "Ustaša". In November 1932, ten Ustaše led by Andrija Artuković, supported by four local sympathisers, attacked a gendarme outpost at Brušani in the Lika Velebit area. The goal of attack was to scare Yugoslav authorities. The incident has sometimes been termed the Velebit Uprising. In the beginning of the new century, in 19 August 2004, the Bulgarian (Bulgarians) archeologist Georgi Kitov discovered a 673g golden mask of a Thracian (Thracians) king in the burial mound "Svetitsata" near Shipka (Shipka (town)), Central Bulgaria. It is a very fine piece of workmanship made out of massive 23к gold. Unlike other masks discovered in the Balkans (of which 3 are in Republic of Macedonia and two in Greece), it is now kept in the National Archaeological Museum (National Archaeological Museum (Bulgaria)) in Sofia. It is considered to be the mask of the Thracian (Thracians) king Teres (Teres I). The trunk road running from the north down the Morava River valley forks into two major lines at Niš: southern, leading to Thessalonica and Athens, and eastern leading towards Sofia and Istanbul. *Mediana - Archeological site, an Imperial villa, from the late Roman period (Ancient Rome) located on the road leading to Sofia near EI Nis. *Niška Banja (Niš spa) - A very popular spa during the summer season. It is located at 10km from city center on the road leading to Sofia, in the bottom of Suva Planina Mountain. *Tinkers Alley - An old urban downtown zone in today's Kopitareva Street, built in the first half of 18th century. It was a street full of tinkers and other craftsmen, but today it is packed with cafes and restaurants. Niš is strategically located between the Morava (Morava (river)) river valley in North and Vardar river valley in the south, on the main route between Greece and Central Europe. In the Niš area, this major transportation and communication route is linked with the natural corridor formed by the Nišava river valley, which runs towards East in the direction of Sofia and Istanbul. Regional folk musical styles abound in Bulgaria. Dobrudzha, Sofia, Rodopi (Rhodope Mountains), Macedonia (Macedonia (region)), Thrace and the Danube plain all have distinctive sounds. Traditional folk music revolved around holidays like Christmas, New Year's Day, midsummer, and the Feast of St. Lazarus,


Bulgaria

of the Macedonia (Macedonians (Bulgarians))n National Committee, asserting that they would pursue "their legal activities for the establishment of human and national rights, political freedom and complete independence for both Croatia and Macedonia". Due to this, the Court for the Preservation of the State in Belgrade sentenced Pavelić and Perčec to death on 17 July 1929. The exiles started organizing support for their cause among the Croatian diaspora in Europe, North and South America. In January 1932, they named their revolutionary organization "Ustaša". In November 1932, ten Ustaše led by Andrija Artuković, supported by four local sympathisers, attacked a gendarme outpost at Brušani in the Lika Velebit area. The goal of attack was to scare Yugoslav authorities. The incident has sometimes been termed the Velebit Uprising. Foreign support UNITA received support from the governments of Bulgaria,


Italy

Coke "; boomers in India were seeking new philosophical discoveries; American boomers in Canada had just found a new home and escaped the draft (military conscription); Canadian Boomers were organizing support for Pierre Trudeau. It is precisely because of these experiences that many believe those born in the second half of the birth boom belong to another generation, as events that defined their coming of age have little in common with leading or core boomers. In Public


India

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Canada

driving over to Woodstock (Woodstock festival), organizing against the Vietnam War, or fighting and dying in the same war; boomers in Italy were dressing in mod clothes and "buying the world a Coke (Coca-cola)"; boomers in India were seeking new philosophical discoveries; American boomers in Canada had just found a new home and escaped the draft (military conscription); Canadian Boomers were organizing support for Pierre Trudeau. It is precisely because


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