Cavtat

What is Cavtat known for?


national temple

: www.destinacije.com datum_nav.asp?lang en&pg 2&datum 28.03.2005.&cp 63&s Next Photo - Mauzolej Obitelji Račić at ''www.destinacije.com'' and he also created a set of statues for a never-built Yugoslav national temple that would be erected in Kosovo to commemorate the battle (Battle of Kosovo) that happened there in 1389. Mestrovic's Chapel,'' Time


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0CCwQ6AEwAA#v onepage&q Zaptal%20Illyrian%20town&f false Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography: Abacaenum-Hytanis. 1854 by Sir William Smith The town changed its name to Epidaurum when it came under Roman rule in 228 BC. Justinian I the Emperor of the Byzantine Empire sent his fleet to Cavtat during the Gothic War (535–554) Ostrogoths were at war with Byzantine Empire in the 6th century. and occupied the town. The city was sacked

''' is a Croatian (Croatia) city with a long history. Founded by the Greeks in the fourth century BC under the name of ''Epidauros'', after the city of the Peloponnese. Understand The town changed its name to Epidaurum when it came under Roman rule in 228 BC. During the civil war between Julius Caesar and Pompey lined up in favor of the first and was besieged by Octavius, but was saved by the arrival of the consul. Later became a Roman colony and was occupied during the Gothic Wars from the fleet


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and destroyed by the Avars (Eurasian Avars) and Slavs in the 7th century.safari&cd 5#v onepage&q Epidaurus%20dalmatia&f false Researches on the Danube and the Adriatic by Andrew Archibald Paton (1861). Contributions to the Modern History of Hungary and Transylvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Servia and Bulgaria- page 247 Refugees from Epidaurum fled

to the nearby island, Laus (Ragusa) which over time evolved into the city of Dubrovnik.safari&cd 14#v onepage&q Epidaurus%20dalmatia&f false Dalmatia and Montenegro by Sir John Gardner Wilkinson Middle Ages The town was re-established in the Middle Ages (Ragusa-Vecchia). Notizie Istorico-Critiche Sulla Antichita, Storia, e Letteratura de' Ragusei

(published in two vols) by Francesco Maria Appendini. safari&cd 1#v onepage&q Ragusa-Vecchia&f false The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge Volume 3, Part 1. 1843. Great Britain After a short while it came under the control of its powerful neighbor


achievements

. In 1587 he married Mara, the daughter of Pero Gomović. He shared his time between writing and running his estates in Cavtat and Konavle. He had friends among poets from Italy and Dubrovnik and admired the famous Renaissance beauty Cvijeta Zuzorić. Zlatarić wrote in Croatian (Croatian language) and Italian (Italian language) – love poems, epitaphs and poetic meditations – but his greatest achievements are his translations. br>


huge success

Festival in Ljubljana, where they were announced as "the new hopes". The band spent the summer performing in Cavtat and preparing songs for their first album. The band soon released their third single (also produced by Borota but recorded at Jugoton's Zagreb "Jadran film" 4 track studio facility) with songs "Da sam pekar" (''"If I Was a Baker"'') and "Selma" (with lyrics written by poet Vlado Dijak). This single saw huge success.


rich scientific

considered establishing a foundation in Belgrade which would, after his death, take care of his legacy especially the scientific library and archive, and give scholarships to prosperous young lawyers for studying abroad. Bogišić chose the Serbian capital Belgrade, fearing that his rich scientific collection might otherwise end up in Austrian hands, who had a hostile attitude toward Slavic culture back in the days before the First World War. Viktor Novak, Testamentarni planovi


scientific

considered establishing a foundation in Belgrade which would, after his death, take care of his legacy especially the scientific library and archive, and give scholarships to prosperous young lawyers for studying abroad. Bogišić chose the Serbian capital Belgrade, fearing that his rich scientific collection might otherwise end up in Austrian hands, who had a hostile attitude toward Slavic culture back in the days before the First World War. Viktor Novak, Testamentarni planovi

Valtazara Bogišića, Zbornik Filozofsko fakulteta, 1964, 653 At that time, his hometown Cavtat was a part of Austro-Hungary. Since he eventually died with no last will, his sister Marija, who lived in Cavtat, inherited the whole estate including his scientific library and archive. 18 000 books including many rare antiques; 10 000 letters; various notes; ethnological and numismatic collections were kept in Cavtat in inadequate conditions for years. After the World War II

, the scientific library and archive was incorporated into Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts. It was then officially named - Baltazar Bogišić Collection ('' DATE


artistic quot

;, and 1937 "Galerie Mouradian-Vallotton." He participated in several Paris Salon exhibitions, marked the beginning of his artistic "blue phase," which lasted from 1929 to 1933. In the later years, he devoted himself to painting his hometown Sombor, its landscape, people and milieu. In summertime he painted in the cities of Dalmatia, including Mlini, Cavtat, and Dubrovnik. In 1399, the city acquired the area between Ragusa and Pelješac, called


single featuring

have to wait for at least six months for the single to be released. This is widely considered the greatest business mistake in the history of Yugoslav record publishing. On the same day the band were refused by Diskoton, they signed for Zagreb-based Jugoton. It the beginning the band performed mostly in smaller towns. Soon after Stanković was excluded from the band and Redžić was invited to return to Bijelo dugme. The following 7-inch single, featuring songs "


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;Glavni junak jedne knjige" (''"The Main Character of A Book"''), with lyrics written by poet Duško Trifunović, and "Bila mama Kukunka, bio tata Taranta" (''"There Was Mommy Kukunka, There Was Daddy Taranta"''), was almost at the same time released by both Jugoton and Diskoton, as Bregović signed contracts with both of the labels. This brought huge press covering and helped the record sell. The band had their first bigger performance at the 1974 BOOM

Festival in Ljubljana, where they were announced as "the new hopes". The band spent the summer performing in Cavtat and preparing songs for their first album. The band soon released their third single (also produced by Borota but recorded at Jugoton's Zagreb "Jadran film" 4 track studio facility) with songs "Da sam pekar" (''"If I Was a Baker"'') and "Selma" (with lyrics written by poet Vlado Dijak). This single saw huge success

Cavtat

'''Cavtat''' ( ) url http: forvo.com word cavtat title Cavtat pronunciation: How to pronounce Cavtat in Croatian (Hrvatski) accessdate 2009-09-18 is a town in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County of Croatia. It is on the Adriatic Sea coast south of Dubrovnik and is the centre of the Konavle municipality.

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