Vojvodina

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poetry published

society in Vojvodina, in the first half of the 19th century and they bring a very rich gallery of characters. Sterija's comedies have passed the framework of their time, got the everlasting value and became a part of the Serbian cultural inheritance. Diverse as a writer, Sterija also wrote satires, novels, dissertations about literature and language and reflexive poetry, published in the book ''Davorje'', considered one of the best books of reflexive poetry in the Serbian literature. Living in Serbia as minister of education, Sterija founded The Society of Serbian Letters (now Serbian Academy of Science and Art) and the National Museum of Serbia. He laid the foundation of the modern Serbian school system and he was the author of many textbooks. Life Bećković was born on November 29, 1939, in Senta, in the Serbian province of Vojvodina (then Danube Banate (Danube Banovina), Kingdom of Yugoslavia), to a family of Montenegrin Serbs (Serbs of Montenegro). He graduated from the Valjevo Gymnasium in Valjevo in 1958. It was during his gymnasium years in Valjevo that he published his first poem, in the journal 'Mlada Kultura'. Furthermore, it was also in Valjevo that Bećković met Vera Pavladoljska, to whom the poem of the same name, published in 1960, was dedicated. This poem remains one of his most widely known and read poems. Beckovic went on to marry Pavladoljska, and he remained married to her until her death. '''Bácsalmás''' (Croatian (Croatian language): ''Aljmaš'' and ''Bačaljmaš'', Serbian (Serbian language): ''Aljmaš'' or Аљмаш, German (German language): ''Almasch'') is a small town in southern Hungary in the region of Bácska (Bács-Kiskun County) close to the border with the Vojvodina region of Serbia, with a population of 7,694 people. right 180px Janika Balaž's record ''Zvuci tamburice'' (Image:Janika Balaz.jpg) '''Janika Balázs''' (Serbian (Serbian language), Croatian (Croatian language) and Romani (Romani language): '''Јаника Балаж''' or '''Janika Balaž'''; December 23, 1925 in Lukino Selo in Zrenjanin municipality – November 12, 1988 in Novi Sad) was a famous tamburitza musician and band leader from Vojvodina, Serbia. right thumb 250px The village of Srpski Krstur (Image:Panoramic view of Srpski Krstur.jpg) '''Srpski Krstur''' (Српски Крстур), also known as '''Krstur''' (Крстур), is a village located in Serbia, in the Novi Kneževac municipality of the North Banat District, in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village has a Serb (Serbs) ethnic majority and its population numbering 1,620 people (2002 census). '''Vuk Grgurević Branković''' ( WikiPedia:Vojvodina Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia Vojvodina


education showing

, Jelačić was born in the town of Petrovaradin, at the time part of the Slavonian Krajina in the Military Frontier of the Habsburg Empire, which encompasses present Vojvodina, in Serbia. He was educated in Vienna at the Theresian Military Academy, where he received a versatile education, showing particular interest in history and foreign languages. He entrained in the Austrian army on 11 March 1819 with the rank of lieutenant Vinko Freiherr von Knežević


main period

from Andrásfalva, for example, belonged to the Reformed Church (Reformed Church in Hungary ), while the others were Roman Catholics.) The SGS has different branches in Belgrade, Krusevac, Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Vojvodina, the Netherlands, and the United States. All branches have their own commissions. File:Hungarian 1849 bank note.jpg thumb 250px This is a Austro-Hungarian bill from 1849, before the main period of Magyarization. Note the multilingual


great opening

are offered a pleasant shopping. The great opening of the biggest store on the Balkans was organized on December 22 in Belgrade. Tempo centre at Block 53 Autoput I, industrial zone of New Belgarde, occupies an area of 18000 square meters and was finished in only 93 days. An offer of 50 000 consumer articles as well as many actions of discount goods guarantee the lowest prices. In front of the store there is a large parking lot for 700 vehicles and inside the building there is a bank, a coffee bar and a playroom for children.Tempo centres are of recognizable visual identity. The characterized outlook of the store is done by positioning the goods after the world standards, promo-islands with discount goods as well as hanging signs that ease one's way in the store. The existing Hungarian nationality law dates from 1993. Prior to this date, rules for acquisition and loss of Hungarian citizenship may have been different. With the new Hungarian nationality law, by January 2011, every person who was a Hungarian citizen or is a descendant of a person who was a Hungarian citizen before 1920, and speaks Hungarian (Hungarian language) may apply to become a Hungarian citizen even if he or she does not live in Hungary. As of July 22, 2011, more than 120,000 applications have been filed and 20,000 people have been granted citizenship thanks to the new nationality law. These people are mostly from Transylvania (Romania), Vojvodina (Serbia) and Ukraine - WikiPedia:Vojvodina Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia Vojvodina


political program

, Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević sent Serbian volunteers under the command of Stevan Knićanin to help the Serbs’ struggle for autonomy. As a follow-up of the national-political movements of 1848 (Revolutions of 1848), the pan-slavistic idea of a Yugoslav Monarchy (Kingdom of Yugoslavia) emerged. The "Načertanije" (the "Draft") document, written as a Serbian political program by Ilija Garašanin four years earlier, made the mission of replacing the Austrian

or ''Mađarska regionalna samouprava'') is the name of a proposed new administrative unit in the northern part of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It is a part of the political program of Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians, but the idea is also supported by several other ethnic Hungarian political parties in Serbia. Proposal The creation of this new administrative unit was proposed by the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians political party and was supported


great strength

, formerly Austro-Hungarian (Austria–Hungary) crown land, proclaims its secession from Austria–Hungary to join the Kingdom of Serbia. *1926 – The deadliest November tornado outbreak in U.S. history strikes on Thanksgiving day. 27 twisters of great strength are reported in the Midwest, including the strongest November tornado, an estimated F4, that devastates Heber Springs, Arkansas. There are 51 deaths in Arkansas alone, 76 deaths and over 400 injuries in all


field study

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original population

municipality, and the village of Ostrovo (Ostrovo (Požarevac)), which is located in the urban municipality of Kostolac of Požarevac city. Origins Before the Roman (Ancient Rome) conquest in the 1st century BC, Illyrian, Thracian and Celtic tribes inhabited the territory of present day Vojvodina region. During the Roman rule, original inhabitants were heavily Romanized, and latter they are known under name of Vlachs. It is thought that this original population had not entirely disappeared, leaving certain genetic traces among the modern Serb (Serbs) population of the region. Image:Occupation of vojvodina.png Occupation of Vojvodina, 1941-1944 Image:Serbia01.png Autonomous Province of Vojvodina within Serbia in 1945, a political goal which Serbs in Vojvodina aimed for several centuries * Đorđe Balašević, a prominent Serbian songwriter and singer. He was born in 1953 in Novi Sad. * Vojislav Despotov (1950-2000), one of the most known writers of Vojvodina. He was born in Zrenjanin and he lived in Novi Sad. * Jovan Đorđević (1826-1900), theatrical and public worker. He lived in Novi Sad. '''Nakovo''' ( WikiPedia:Vojvodina Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia Vojvodina


sports quot

assimilation should be given due weight in any analysis relating to the demographic tendencies of the Kingdom of Hungary in the 19th century. Novi Sad Novi Sad, nicknamed "The City of Sports", is the capital of province of Vojvodina and home to the Spens Sports Center. The six Group D games were played there. The very first competition under the newly formed Yugoslav Basketball League in 1945, drawing parallel to the Yugoslav First League (of football), was more or less a nationwide affirmation of unity. Instead of individual clubs competing in the usual fashion, there were only eight teams. Six representing each state within Yugoslavia, one representing the province of Vojvodina, and the last representing the Yugoslav People's Army. 1804–1867 Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine (Galicia (eastern Europe)), Romania (Transylvania), Serbia (Vojvodina), Italy, Slovenia, Croatia the first unified empire under the Habsburg Monarchy until Hungarian uprisings in 1848 and the Hungarian Compromise of 1867 1867–1918 Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine (Galicia (eastern Europe)), Romania (Transylvania), Serbia (Vojvodina), Italy (Trentino-Alto Adige Südtirol), Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina successor state of the Austrian Empire with Hungarian self government within the Habsburg empire 1905 Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine (Galicia (eastern Europe)), Romania (Transylvania), Serbia (Vojvodina), Italy, Slovenia, Croatia concept brought forth by the Habsburgs in reaction to tensions within the empire of autonomy; the autocratic empire would be changed into a united autonomous country where each nation governed itself with some support from a much weaker Habsburg monarchy right thumb 250px Local community office (Image:Зграда Месне заједнице.jpg) '''Tovariševo''' (Товаришево) is a village in Serbia, in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village has a Serb ethnic majority and its population numbering 3,102 people (2002 census). History Tovariševo is one of the old Serb (Serbs) communities of Vojvodina, first mentioned in 1543, during Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) administration. It administratively was part of the Ottoman Sanjak of Segedin. In the end of the 17th century, the village was abandoned, but was repopulated in the beginning of the 18th century, during Habsburg (Habsburg Monarchy) administration. A description from the end of the 18th century (by András Vályi) states that ''"Tovarisova is a Rac (Raci (ethnonym))'' (Serb (Serbs)) ''village in Bács county (Bács-Bodrog County). The landowner is the Royal Hungarian Chamber and the population follows the old faith'' (i.e. Orthodox (Serbian Orthodoxy)). ''The black soil gives wheat, barley and oats, the village has an oak forest and a bad vineyard; it hasn't any water, but after the long autumn rains the soil became sodden; it lacks reed but it has silk-beetles. The nearest market-town is Újvidék ''(Novi Sad)'', where people can earn money from the sale of cattle."'' In 1944, Soviet (Soviet Union) Red Army and Yugoslav partisans expelled Axis troops from the region and village became part of the new socialist Yugoslavia (SFRY). Local German population mostly fled from the area together with defeated German army. Since 1944, the village is part of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, which in 1945 was included into People's Republic of Serbia within Yugoslavia. thumb 250px Map showing all cities and towns in Vojvodina. (Image:Vojvodina gradovi.png) This is a list of cities, towns and villages in Vojvodina, a province of Serbia. File:Serbia1913.png Serbia in 1913. File:Serbia1918.png Serbia in 1918 (27 November - 1 December), following its unification with Syrmia (24 November), Vojvodina (25 November) and the Kingdom of Montenegro (27 November). File:Europe_1914.jpg The Kingdom of Serbia in Europe in 1914. '''Bočar''' (Бочар) is a village located in the Novi Bečej municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village has a Serb ethnic majority and its population numbering 1,895 people (2002 census). * Rusyn (Rusyn language), or Carpatho-Ruthenian, spoken in Transcarpathia (Carpathian Ruthenia). * Pannonian Rusyn (Pannonian Rusyn language), or Pannonian-Ruthenian, spoken in Bačka and Syrmia, and an official language of Vojvodina along with Serbian (Serbian language), Hungarian (Hungarian language), Romanian (Romanian language), Slovak (Slovak language), and Croatian (Croatian language). right thumb 250px The Orthodox church (Image:Banatsko Novo Selo Orthodox church.jpg) '''Banatsko Novo Selo''' ( WikiPedia:Vojvodina Dmoz:Regional Europe Serbia Vojvodina


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)), is an autonomous province (Autonomous administrative division) of Serbia, located in the northern part of the country, in the Pannonian Plain. Novi Sad is the largest city and administrative center of Vojvodina and the second-largest city in Serbia. Vojvodina has a population of approximately 2 million (approximately 26.88% of Serbia excluding Kosovo and 21.56% including Kosovo (Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija)). It has a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural identity, http

: ''Provincia Autonomă Voivodina'' *Croatian (Croatian language): ''Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina'' *Pannonian Rusyn (Pannonian Rusyn language): Автономна Покраїна Войводина (''Avtonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina'') Geography thumb left Vršac Mountains (File:Vrsacki bregovi.jpg) with Gudurica peak , highest peak in Vojvodina Vojvodina occupies the northern quarter of Serbia, in the southeast part of the Pannonian Plain, the plain

that remained when the Pliocene ''Pannonian Sea'' dried out. As a consequence of this, Vojvodina is rich in fertile loamy loess soil. It has a population of about 2 million (about 27% of Serbia's total). The region is divided by the Danube and Tisa (Tisza) rivers into: Bačka in the northwest, Banat in the east and Syrmia (Srem) in the southwest. A small part of the Mačva region is also located in Vojvodina, in the Srem District. Today, the western part

Vojvodina

'''Vojvodina''', officially the '''Autonomous Province of Vojvodina''' ( (see Names in other languages (#Name))), is an autonomous province (Autonomous administrative division) of Serbia, located in the northern part of the country, in the Pannonian Plain. Novi Sad is the largest city and administrative center of Vojvodina and the second-largest city in Serbia. Vojvodina has a population of approximately 2 million (approximately 26.88% of Serbia excluding Kosovo and 21.56% including Kosovo (Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija)). It has a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural identity, http: www.vojvodina.gov.rs index.php?option com_content&task view&id 174&Itemid 83 there are more than 26 ethnic groups in the province, http: www.arhiva.serbia.gov.rs cms view.php 1045.print.html http: www.vip.org.rs index.aspx?tabId 62&menutabid 10 which has six official languages. http: www.bgcentar.org.rs index.php?option com_phocadownload&view category&id 22:podzakonska-akta&download 250:statut-autonomne-pokrajine-vojvodine&Itemid 54 http: www.viplc-backatopola.com invenve.html

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