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Pula

;Barbun", and on Autumn, with KUD Idijoti, Goblini and Sikter, the band performed in Sarajevo at the ruined hall of the city train station. They also had successful appearances on several times in Rijeka, Pula and Zagreb. ; *Pula - Pula Airport ''summer seasonal'' *Rijeka - Rijeka Airport ''summer seasonal'' Margita Stefanović continued working as a musician, for a short period of time performing with the cover band Kurajberi. In 1995


Rijeka

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Sarajevo

", released by Hi-Fi Centar in 1998, and recorded live at KST in Belgrade on October 26, 1996. During 1998, the band performed at the Gitarijada festival in Zaječar with a new member, guitarist Slobodan Fekete "Barbun", and on Autumn, with KUD Idijoti, Goblini and Sikter, the band performed in Sarajevo at the ruined hall of the city train station. They also had successful appearances on several times in Rijeka, Pula and Zagreb. - style "


Slovenia

Austria Wien . He was a playmaker who has a great passing range and an abundance of skill. On 15 September, 2010, Ačimovič ended his football career following a persistent right knee injury. Milenko played in Belgrade for four and a half years. He developed into quite a dependable midfielder. After successful appearances for Slovenian national team in Euro 2000 and World Cup 2002 (2002 FIFA World Cup), many bigger European clubs expressed interest in him. In the summer of 2002, he


Madrid

in New York City in her trademark part of Juliette, and she quickly became a favourite with Met audiences. She would perform regularly at the Met in a variety of operas until 1909, when a dispute with management precipitated her departure. Eames also made a number of successful appearances at London's Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. She sang there intermittently from 1891 to 1901 and established herself as a genuine rival to Covent Garden's reigning diva, Nellie Melba, whom she heartily


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