Škofja Loka

Baroque monument, erected in 1751 in thanks for turning away plague and fire. Since 1967, the Grohar Visual Art Colony has been held each year in Škofja Loka. Before 1991, both the Serbian town of Smederevska Palanka and the town of Škofja Loka held Grohar art colonies, run by an art teacher from an elementary school, Olga Milošević, in Smederevska Palanka. Now, after the collapse of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia), the two are twin towns. The Škofja Loka Capuchin monastery

of the Douzelage, a unique town twinning association of 27 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.

index.php?id 15 title Douzelage.org: Member Towns publisher www.douzelage.org accessdate 2009-10-21 Granville (Granville, Manche), France - 1991 :


Agros, Cyprus

with great success. International relations Twin towns – Sister cities Agros is a member of the Douzelage, a unique town twinning association of 27 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.

Douzelage.org: Home publisher www.douzelage.org accessdate 2009-10-21 Bellagio (Italian region) Bellagio

, Italy - 1991 * Sesimbra, Portugal - 1991 *


Socialist Republic of Macedonia

year_deputy5 deputy6 year_deputy6 legislature era Cold War event_start Second Session of the AVNOJ date_start 29 November year_start 1943 event1 End of World War II (End of World War II in Europe) date_event1 8 May 1945 event2 date_event2 event_end Breakup of Yugoslavia year_end 1991 stat_year1 1991 stat_area1 25713 stat_pop1 2033964 currency Yugoslav dinar footnote_a The '''Socialist Republic of Macedonia

of the political system to parliamentary democracy in 1990, the Republic changed its official name to Republic of Macedonia in 1991, ''On This Day'' - Macedonian Information Agency - MIA, see: 1991 and with the beginning of the breakup of Yugoslavia, it declared itself an independent state independent

country on September 8, 1991. History The first Macedonian state was proclaimed under the name '''Democratic Macedonia''' ''Constitutional History of the Republic of Macedonia'' by Dr. Cvetan Cvetkovski, Faculty of Law, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia (Macedonian (Macedonian language): Демократска Македонија, Demokratska Makedonija) at the First Plenary Session of the Anti-Fascist


Županja

century, Županja was a district capital in the Kingdom Syrmia County. From 1929 to 1939, Županja was part of the Sava Banovina and from 1939 to 1941 of the Banovina of Croatia within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Demographics

memorial cemetery In Slavonia, the first armed conflicts were clashes in Pakrac (Pakrac clash),

news newspaper The New York Times url http: www.nytimes.com 1991 03 04 world serb-croat-showdown-in-one-village-square.html?ref croatia title Serb-Croat Showdown in One Village Square author Stephen Engelberg date 4 March 1991 accessdate 11 December 2010 and Borovo Selo (Borovo Selo killings) near Vukovar.


Socialist Republic of Slovenia

deputy4 year_deputy4 deputy5 year_deputy5 deputy6 year_deputy6 legislature era Cold War event_start Second Session of the AVNOJ date_start 29 November year_start 1943 event1 End of World War II (End of World War II in Europe) date_event1 8 May 1945 event2 date_event2 event_end Breakup of Yugoslavia year_end 1991 stat_year1 1991 stat_area1 20246 stat_pop1 1913355 currency Yugoslav dinar footnote_a

Worldstatesmen.org Prior to 1963, the official name was the '''People's Republic of Slovenia''' (''Ljudska republika Slovenija''). On 8 March 1990, the Socialist Republic of Slovenia removed the prefix "Socialist" from its name, becoming the Republic of Slovenia, though remaining a constituent state of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia until 25 June 1991, when it enacted

publisher Foundation Open Society Institute, Representative Office Montenegro On 25 June 1991, the acts about


Vinkovci

bombardiranja Srijema u Drugome svjetskom ratu publisher Political Science Research Centre location Zagreb, Croatia accessdate 2010-08-12 Vinkovci Synagogue was among the largest and the most prestigious synagogues in Croatia. It was destroyed in 1941-42. The city and its surroundings were gravely impacted by the 1991–95 Croatian War of Independence. The city was close to the front lines between the forces of Croatia and the Republic of Serbian Krajina rebel Serbs

16038 1948 18633 1953 20834 1961 25313 1971 31605 1981 35944 1991 38580 2001 35912 2011 35312 The city administrative area includes the following settlements (naselje): * Mirkovci, population 3,283 * '''Vinkovci''', population 32,029 In 2011, it was the 17th largest city in Croatia (List of cities and towns in Croatia). By ethnic group (Demographics of Croatia), as of census 2011, the population of Vinkovci is: ref name

a moderately warm and rainy continental climate, with relatively low precipitation. thumb right Vukovar (File:Memorijalno groblje Vukovar.jpg) memorial cemetery In Slavonia, the first armed conflicts were clashes in Pakrac (Pakrac clash),


Sisak

stari most.JPG thumb right Sisak Old Bridge (Sisak Stari Most) in Zitna Street Sisak suffered much damage during the Croatian War of Independence starting in 1991. While Sisak remained within Croatian hands, the territory immediately south of the city was controlled by Serbs (Republic of Serbian Krajina), who often shelled the city indiscriminately, causing many civilian casualties. The threat to Sisak was removed in 1995 following Operation Storm. Between 1991 and 1992, 24 Serb

18669 1880 20433 1890 22829 1900 24277 1910 26014 1921 26234 1931 28799 1948 28893 1953 34776 1961 43382 1971 55095 1981 59812 1991 61413 2001 52236 2011 47768 The city administrative area is composed of the following settlements (naselje): * Blinjski Kut, population 278 * Budaševo, population 1,660 * Bukovsko, population 89 * Crnac (Crnac, Sisak-Moslavina County), population 553 * Čigoč

border crossing Dvor na Uni, along with local Dušan Carić, and Belgraders Dušan Bandić and Zoran Stevanović. His entourage was sent to Sisak, and was charged with conspiracy to overthrow the newly formed Croatian state. Arkan was given 20 months in jail. He was released from the Remetinec prison in Zagreb on 14 June 1991 under unclear circumstances, without the notice of Josip Boljkovac, then Internal Minister. It is believed that the Croatian and Serbian governments agreed on a 1


Vukovar

Seeney url http: www.dw-world.de dw article 0,,2129420,00.html title Croatia: Vukovar is Still Haunted by the Shadow of its Past archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5uL6LhDeg archivedate 18 November 2010 work Deutsche Welle date 22 August 2006 accessdate 6 May 2009 To draw the World's attention on the suffering and exile of Vukovar people, on 20 November 1991 a group of Croatian expatriates changed the signs on a Paris metro station Stalingrad into Vukovar. The signs

rebuilt hospital that had been damaged during the battle. On 27 September 2007 the International

, a deep ethnic divide exists between the Croat and Serb populations. Demographics


Karachay–Cherkessia

resources 90710c004294568bbe25bf86540d86a5 %D0%9F%D1%80%D0%B5%D0%B4%D0%B2%D0%9E%D1%86%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%BA%D0%B01.01.14.doc Оценка численности постоянного населения КЧР на 1 января 2014 года area_km2 14100 area_km2_rank 77th established_date July 3, 1991 established_date_ref Law #1539-I license_plates 09 ISO RU-KC gov_as_of June 2012 leader_title Head of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic Head

автономной области в Карачаево-Черкесскую автономную область en_entity Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR en_type Decree en_date February 9, 1957 en_title On Transformation of Cherkess Autonomous Oblast into Karachay–Cherkess Autonomous Oblast in its former borders due to the re-habilitation of the Karachay. On July 3, 1991, the autonomous oblast was elevated to the status of the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic of Karachay–Cherkessia (under

the jurisdiction of the Russian SFSR). With the dissolution of the Soviet Union, congresses of deputies of various nationalities proclaimed: *'''Karachay Soviet Socialist Republic''' (Карачаевская Советская Социалистическая Республика; Къарачай Совет Социалист Республика) on 18 November 1990 (renamed '''Karachay Republic''' Карачаевская Республика; Къарачай Республика on October 17, 1991) *'''Batalpashinsk Cossack Republic''' (Баталпашинская Казачья Республика


Karachay-Cherkessia

%B2%D0%9E%D1%86%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%BA%D0%B01.01.14.doc Оценка численности постоянного населения КЧР на 1 января 2014 года area_km2 14100 area_km2_rank 77th established_date July 3, 1991 established_date_ref Law #1539-I license_plates 09 ISO RU-KC gov_as_of June 2012 leader_title Head (Head of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic) leader_title_ref Constitution

; in its former borders due to the rehabilitation of the Karachay. On July 3, 1991, the autonomous oblast was elevated to the status of the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic of Karachay–Cherkessia (under the jurisdiction of the Russian SFSR). With the dissolution of the Soviet Union, congresses of deputies of various nationalities proclaimed: *'''Karachay Soviet Socialist Republic''' (Карачаевская Советская Социалистическая Республика; Къарачай Совет Социалист Республика

) on 18 November 1990 (renamed '''Karachay Republic''' Карачаевская Республика; Къарачай Республика on October 17, 1991) *'''Batalpashinsk Cossack Republic''' (Баталпашинская Казачья Республика) and '''Zelenchuk-Urup Cossack Soviet Socialist Republic''' (Зеленчукско-Урупская Казачья Советская Социалистическая Республика) on August 19, 1991 (united as the '''Upper Kuban Cossack (Kuban Cossacks) Republic''' Верхне-Кубанская Казачья Республика on November 30, 1991


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