Gavrilović made a cover of the song and called it "200 na sat" mixing the original with folk sounds. His first act was the publication of the constitution by which the whole of the empire was to be organized as a single state with a parliamentary government. The experiment failed, chiefly because of the opposition of the Croatians and Magyars, whom he bitterly offended by his celebrated saying that Hungary could wait. Faults of manner, natural in a man whose life had been
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political side last Deniz first Jose Miguel Galvan date 14 March 2005 work BBC News accessdate 26 August 2008 '''''Slagalica''''' is an album of Croatian singer Miroslav Škoro. It was released in 2001 by Menart Records. Guo Yue won the 2007 World Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, by defeating her compatriot Li Xiaoxia in the women's singles final.
of the Higher Technical School in Prague (Czech Technical University in Prague) (1884–1916). He served as the rector of the Higher Technical School in Prague (Czech Technical University in Prague) (German part) in 1888-1889. Pulyui also worked as a state adviser on electrical engineering for Bohemian and Moravian local governments. Nectar source It is an important nectar source plant for honeybees as well as the large blue butterfly which feeds exclusively on wild thyme. All
Cypriot team to advance to the third round of the Intertoto Cup. They exceeded this achievement by beating Maccabi Petah Tikva FC with a 2–0 victory away and a 2–3 loss at home, becoming one of eleven competition winners and progressing to the UEFA Cup second qualifying round. '''''Borovnica''''' is a short comic strip published in Croatian children's magazine ''Modra Lasta''. Created in 1992 by Darko Macan, ''Borovnica'' was originally printed in black and white
accessdate 2011-06-01 In 1995, the southern Tel Aviv school's team made a sensation by winning the first place on the team competition in Mathematics, hosted by Technion. Later, A Shevah student won a silver medal at an international junior software engineering olympics in Zagreb, Croatia on August 21, 2007,
international game was played on December, 30th, 1961 in Ufa with Wismuth (GDR). '''Slaven Bilić''' ( ; born 11 September 1968) is a former Croatian football (football (soccer))er and is head coach of the Croatia national team (Croatia national football team). His playing tenure predominantly comprised extended vocations in his hometown with Hajduk Split and a combination of foreign spells in Germany and England. At national level, Bilić served as one
with humanitarian aid projects in the United Kingdom, Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Croatia, Serbia, Albania, India and Sweden. These projects included health projects, supplying emergency food and medicine; educational projects, starting schools and day care centers; and repatriation projects, helping people home to their families. In Sarajevo, he evaluated a medical centre and starting a missing children project. While working on a large scale with people from
; Džamonja's work shows a tendency towards technical and formative experiments, reducing form to the dynamic and intense shapes of symbolical meaning. This study of new forms led him to use new materials, especially steel and glass, in his sculptures. Early Life and Entrepreneurship Although born in New York, Maglica grew up on the island of Zlarin, which is off the coast of Croatia (then Yugoslavia). During the Great Depression, his family returned to their homeland. World War II ravaged Croatia, and in 1950 he returned to the United States, settling in Ontario, California. Speaking little English (English language), he obtained work as a machinist. While working there, he learned that one of his bosses operated a side business machining hydraulic parts. Tony learned of a metal lathe for sale for $1000 and convinced the seller to accept a $125 down payment, most of his money at the time, with the remainder being paid off with monthly payments. '''Branko Lustig''' (born June 10, 1932) is a prominent Croatian Jewish film producer. He is the only person born in Croatia (at the time Kingdom of Yugoslavia) to have won two Academy Awards. '''Branko Lustig''' (born June 10, 1932) is a prominent Croatian Jewish film producer. He is the only person born in Croatia (at the time Kingdom of Yugoslavia) to have won two Academy Awards. Early life Lustig was born in Osijek, Croatia, (at that time Kingdom of Yugoslavia), to a Croatian Jewish (History of the Jews in Croatia) family. His father, Mirko, was head-waiter at a Osijek Café Central, and his mother, Vilma, was a housewife. Lustig grandparents, unlike his parents, were religious and he regularly attended town Synagogue with them.
Köln . During his playing career, he mostly played in defensive (defender (association football)) roles, as sweeper or centre back, but occasionally also in defensive midfield (midfielder). '''Jurica Vranješ''' ( ; born 31 January 1980 in Osijek) is a Croatian footballer (Association football) who is currently a free agent. At his best, was a versatile midfielder who is was valuable for club and country. Comfortable on the ball, Vranjes has
against Slobodan Milošević on the upcoming elections. On October of the same year band went on a Croatian tour, playing at Močvara (Zagreb), Uljanik (Pula) and Palah (Rijeka). In the meantime, Hi-Fi Centar released a various artists compilation ''YU Rock 2000'' featuring two of the band's songs, "Atheist Rap II" and "Letnji hit" (Summer Hit").
Tourism (Tourism in Croatia) dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP. Annual tourist industry income for 2011 was estimated at €6.61 billion. Its positive effects are felt throughout the economy of Croatia in terms of increased business volume observed in retail business, processing industry orders and summer seasonal employment. The industry is considered an export business, because it significantly reduces the country's external trade imbalance.
The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic Sea coast. Opatija was the first holiday resort since the middle of the 19th century. By the 1890s, it became one of the most significant European health resorts.
Croatia has unpolluted marine areas reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.