Celje

What is Celje known for?


shooting range

served as a shooting range for the Austro-Hungarian Army. WikiPedia: Celje Commons:Celje


period early

on above mean sea level (MSL). Celje municipal site The Celje region is frequently shaken by minor earthquakes. Name Celje was known as ''Celeia'' during the Roman period (Roman Empire). Early attestations of the name during or following Slavic settlement include ''Cylia'' in 452, ''ecclesiae Celejanae'' in 579, ''Zellia'' in 824, ''in Cilia'' in 1310, ''Cilli'' in 1311, and ''Celee'' in 1575. The proto-Slovene name ''*Ceľe'' or ''*Celьje'', from which modern Slovene ''Celje'' developed, was borrowed from Vulgar Latin ''Celeae''. The name is of pre-Roman origin and its further etymology is unclear. Snoj, Marko. 2009. ''Etimološki slovar slovenskih zemljepisnih imen''. Ljubljana: Modrijan and Založba ZRC, p. 87. In the local Slovene (Slovene language) dialect, Celje is called ''Cjele'' or ''Cele''. History Early history The first settlement in the area of Celje appeared during the Hallstatt (Hallstatt culture) era. The settlement was known in the Celtic times and to Ancient Greek historians as ''Kelea''; WikiPedia: Celje Commons:Celje


international career

, Xemxija, Zaprešić, Šmartno ob Paki, Šmartno pri Litiji, Šoštanj, Štore, Žalec, Železniki, Žetale, Žiri * Expansion needed (updated by bot) International career He debuted for the Slovenia national team (Slovenia national football team) on 22 April 1998 in Murska Sobota against the Czech Republic (Czech Republic national football team). He gave many notable performances for the national team, including a spectacular goal scored from


international home

.jpg thumb 250px Main stand – built in 1962 thumb right 250px Stadium in 2008 (Image:Celje Arena Petrol 001.jpg) '''Arena Petrol''' is a football (football (soccer)) stadium in Celje, Slovenia. It is the home ground of NK Celje (NK MIK CM Celje) and was also the home ground for Slovenian national football team (Slovenia national football team) for their international home matches from 2004 until 2008. Other badly affected areas include those along the rivers w:Sava Sava


major football

in 1988. They are one of two major football Ultras groups in Slovenia, the other being their traditional enemy, the Viole. In 2003, one of the largest incidents in Slovenian history took place on the way to Maribor, at the train station in Štore, near Celje, 74 Green Dragons were arrested. Up to 1500 Green Dragons come to important football matches, as well as to games of the basketball club KK Union Olimpija and ice-hockey club HDD Olimpija Ljubljana. The popular slogan fans use


work place

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. In the latter year he became the priest of Saldenhofen an der Drau. In 1844 Slomšek moved to Sankt Andrä and headed the school of the Diocese of Lavant. He became a priest in Celje in 1846, and in the same year he was ordained Bishop of Lavant. Šavli, Jožko, Slovenski svetniki - 4. 28 March 2007 Celje, Slovenia 01 01 Euro 2008 qualifier (UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying) - File:Jelko Kacin.jpg thumb Jelko Kacin

01 0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying (2006 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA)) - '''NK Celje''' is an association football club from Slovenia. They are based in Celje, Slovenia's third largest city. They play in First Slovenian League, 1.SNL (Slovenian PrvaLiga). Together with NK Maribor and ND Gorica they are the only club that have participated in every season of 1.SNL (Slovenian PrvaLiga) since its formation in 1991. : What do you mean


team including

, Xemxija, Zaprešić, Šmartno ob Paki, Šmartno pri Litiji, Šoštanj, Štore, Žalec, Železniki, Žetale, Žiri * Expansion needed (updated by bot) International career He debuted for the Slovenia national team (Slovenia national football team) on 22 April 1998 in Murska Sobota against the Czech Republic (Czech Republic national football team). He gave many notable performances for the national team, including a spectacular goal scored from


title personal

-lj.si English Teacher Teacher.asp?id 178 title Personal section publisher Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana. Present statistics In 2004, the diocese of Maribor had 704,384 Catholics of 826,229 people ( 85.3 % of inhabitants), 311 diocesan and 93 regular priests, 4 permanent deacons, 109 male ''134?'' and 290 female members of religious orders. On April 7, 2006 Pope Benedict XVI. elevated the diocese


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Celje

'''Celje''' ( above mean sea level (MSL). Celje municipal site The Celje region is frequently shaken by minor earthquakes.

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