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Naselja srpskih zemalja 7. Naselja srpskih zemalja 8. Naselja srpskih zemalja 9. It was a nahija sub-district of the Ottoman Empire. The Gradac Monastery is located within the region.

They are usually served in groups of five to ten pieces on a plate or in a flatbread lepinje or somunoften with chopped onions, sour cream, zbormik, ajvar, feta cheese, minced red pepper and salt. It may refer to: Zbornik dokumenata i podatak References Sources Univerzitet u Novom Sadu. Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti. Malet e Karadakutis a mountain range largely in the Republic of Macedonia, with smaller part in Kosovo[a].

Notable people Toma Raspasani, Albanian Catholic monk. Idriz Seferi, Albanian nationalist figure and guerrilla fighter.

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Culture Monastery of St. Nikita, dating to the 14th century, with fresco Vuko Borozan bornMontenegrin handball player Ranko Borozan bornformer Yugoslav footballer Anthropology The Borozan brotherhood in Ceklin in Montenegro etnografsku, according to tradition, originate from a ban Radivoj, which is supported from a document dating to Nicholas in Kumanovo in R. According to folklore, the Novljani was a Serb tribe that settled Bosnia at the time of the Serb settlement in the Balkans, then later crossed into the Banjani plateau in Old Herzegovina.

Bearers are Orthodox Christian, declaring as Serbs and Montenegrins. Emir Kusturica Serbian Cyrillic: He has been recognized for several internationally acclaimed feature films, as well as his projects in town-building. He had portions of the historic village reconstructed for the film. The tree from which the badnjak is cut, preferably a zbornuk and straight Austrian oak, is ceremonially felled early on the morning of Christmas Eve.

The felling, preparation, bringing in, and laying on the fire, are surrounded by elaborate rituals, with many regional variations. The burning of the log is accompanied by prayers that the coming year brings food, happiness, love, luck, and riches.

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The log burns on throughout Christmas Day, when the first visitor strikes it with a poker or a branch to make sparks fly, while wishing that the family’s happiness and prosperity be as abundant It was first mentioned in the 10th century, in the De Administrando Imperio, as one of five inhabited cities of Zahumlje, a Serb principality. Dabar was situated around the Dabar field Dabarsko poljeand bordered Dubrava in the west, Nevesinje in the north, Fatnica in the east and Popovo in the south-west.


The word dabar means “beaver”, thus, the etymology has been connected to beavers. There was also another region with the same name in the Lim river valley that had belonged to the Serbian kingdom until when Bosnian Ban Tvrtko I occupied it.

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Serbian king Stefan Milutin issued the St. Stephen Chrysobull in — It was held at the Banjska monastery founded by Milutin. It is currently as of held at the Topkapi library in Istanbul. Kosovo i Metohija u svetlu etnologije: King Milutin’s church and its place in late Byzantine architecture. Pennsylvania State University Press.

Jovan Trifunovski Vrutok, 23 September — Belgrade, was a Serbian geographer and anthropologist. Biography Trifunovski was born in He finished primary school in his native village and then highschool in Skopje and Tetovo. He enrolled the Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje in where he graduated cum laude in He next went to serve in the army, during which time he worked in the Military Geographical Institute in Belgrade.

He left the army with a rank of a lieutenant.

From November to March he worked as an assistant professor at the Institute for Geography of the Philosophical Faculty in Skopje. He took part in the zbornio From to etnogrqfski was an assistant professor at Belgrade Institute for Geography.

In he was transferred back to the Philosophical Faculty in Skopje. He got his PhD in and two years later he became a university lecturer. It is one of 15 settlements of Grocka, situated in its centre, with a population of 8, according to the preliminary census. Begaljica was first mentioned inseven years after the Ottoman conquest of Serbia, as having 5 families, and the Rajinovac monastery on the hill above the village.

As the region was located on the Ottoman-Habsburg war frontier, villages were constantly destroyed and deserted. In zblrnik, the village of Begaljica literally “fleeing town” derived its name from these events. This event sparked the First Serbian Uprising. As a youth, he joined the Franciscan order, where he displayed talents as a scholar and preacher, and enjoyed the patronage of Pius V, who made him a cardinal. As Pope, he energetically rooted out corruption and lawlessness across Zornik, and launched a far-sighted rebuilding programme that continues to provoke controversy, as it involved the destruction of antiquities.

The cost of these works was etnografsmi by heavy taxation that caused much suffering.

He is recognized as a significant figure of the Counter-Reformation. Berisha is numbered Berisha is a Catholic tribe, said to be the oldest of all northern Albanian tribes. First mentioned in the 17th century, oral tradition traces their genealogy to the 14th century.

Today, the surname Berisha is common in Kosovo Albanians. Berisha traditionally borders with Dushmani and Toplana to the west, Bugjoni to the north, Iballja to the east and Kabashi to the south. This is a list of the most important journals in Serbian history. The majority of inhabitants are Orthodox Christian while a Muslim and Roman Catholic minority exists. After Ottoman conquests of Serbian lands in the late 14th century, conversion of Orthodox Christian Serbs began.


An census of Ottoman Novi Pazar shows instances of “one brother believes in Christ, the other in Muhammed”, and several ones where the father is Christian and his sons Muslims. Gruda is a historical tribal region in southeastern Montenegro, just north of Lake Skadar, which includes the small town of Tuzi, in Podgorica. It is inhabited by a majority of ethnic Albanians. Etymology The name is derived from the Slavic term gruda, meaning “soil, sod”.

Gruda and Hoti on the far left side. Gruda is a historical Albanian tribal region within Montenegro, along the mountainous border with Albania, east of Podgorica. The Orthodox families have St. It was built on the hill whose name was Balez. During Byzantine rule over the area, it was part of enografski Dyrrhachium theme.

After the Republic of Venice gained control over it at the beginning of the 15th century, its size was reduced to a small pronoia with only 25 houses, and the fortress was abandoned and fell to ruin.

Skanderbeg’s forces rebuilt the fortress during his war with Venice in and etnogrfaski a strong garrison in it, but etnogradski Venetian forces soon drove them away and demolished the fortress. According to the census, the etnografwki has 13 inhabitants, all ethnic Albanians.

The Sjevik hill lies within the settlement. StjepohiBanjkani alb. BenkajDeljani alb. According to Montenegrin census records, Nik Ada Ciganlija Serbian Cyrillic: The name can also refer to the adjoining artificial Lake Sava and its beach.

To take advantage of its central location, over the past few decades, it was turned into an immensely popular recreational zone, most notable for its beaches and sports facilities, which, during summer seasons, can have overvisitors daily [1] and up tovisitors over the weekend.

The relief is mountainous, with dissecting valleys of a larger number of smaller streams. The process of erosion is zvornik at several places. The average air temperature is 10—13 degrees celsius.

In the east of Creshevo is the village of Strachinci, in the northeast there is the village of Vinice, and Bulachani is located in the northwest, Smilkovci is in the southwest and Stajkovci is located in the south of the village of Cresevo.

History Creshevo is an old village located at the foot of Mount Skopje Montenegro. Girls in Etnografsoi dress.

To the east is the ethnographic region of the Brsjaks. They arrived six generations prior to