Županja

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i led'' Colonia was founded in 1996 by Boris Đurđević and Tomislav Jelić, two DJs from Vinkovci, Croatia. As the two of them did not sing, they later hired Indira "Ira" Vladić Mujkić (from Županja) to become their vocalist. The name of the group comes from the ancient Latin name of the Croatian town Vinkovci which was "Colonia Aurelia Cibalae".


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for the building of a church in the Jug parish After Nova Gradiška the band proceeded with shows in Varaždin, Karlovac, and Županja. Local authorities threatened to block the band's May 21 concert in Stuttgart.index.do Marseillaise decides that Thompson's concert will go on after all, Večernji list, May 14, 2008. Retrieved on May 14, 2008. However, they backed down

people attended the concert by the official police estimates,index.do;jsessionid 473A53CD37FA0781A2447E211058F0E5.1 Thompson greated the full Square, as well as generals Norac and Gotovina, Večernji list some figures placing the number at 100,000. http: www.jutarnji.hr dogadjaji_dana clanak art-2008,5,30,,121416.jlm Jutarnji list Thompson played in Kupres on July 19


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at the Croatian Defenders Stadium as part of the town's Saint Elijah celebrations. Thompson ignited Kiseljak The band played in Livno on July 27 to end Canton 10's international ''Tera'' conference in front of a crowd of 15-20,000 people. Ranch "Lištanac": Thompson held


attacks

accessdate 16 December 2010 but intermittent artillery and rocket attacks, launched from Serb-held areas of Bosnia (Republika Srpska), continued in several areas of Slavonia, especially in Slavonski Brod and Županja.

and their neighbours from Yugoslav army plane attacks. According to the 1931 Constitution of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, :''The Sava Banovina is bounded on the north, as far as the river Mura (Mur River), by the ... boundary of the Drava Banovina. Thereafter the boundary of this Banovina follows the river Mura, then the State frontier with Hungary to the point where this leaves the Drava; from this point the boundary of the Banovina follows the course of the Drava, then that of the Danube

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a concert in front of 20,000 fans . June 28, 2008. In 2008, in celebration of Victory Day (Victory Day (Croatia)) in Čavoglave, Thompson drew a crowd between 60,000 and 100,000. Whole Croatia with Thompson in Čavoglave Guests included musicians Mate Bulić and Dražen Zečić, former Croatian international footballers Ardian Kozniku and Ivica Mornar, and international basketball player Dino Rađa.<


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Županja

'''Županja''' ( ) is a city in eastern Slavonia, Croatia, located 254&nbsp;km east of Zagreb. It is administratively part of the Vukovar-Syrmia County. It is inhabited by 12,090 people (2011).

Županja lies on the Sava river opposite Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is the site of a border-crossing bridge with the mostly Croat town of Orašje in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The A3 highway (A3 (Croatia)) Zagreb-Slavonski Brod-Belgrade passes north of it, and the city is also reachable by a local railroad from Vinkovci as well as the state road D55 (D55 (Croatia)).

thumb right 150px Map of Županja municipality within the Vukovar-Srijem county (as of 2001) (Image:ZupanjaMunicipality.PNG)

The 2011 census recorded 96.72% Croats in the municipality.

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