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Srpski junaci srednjeg veka: Lazar Hrebeljanović

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Published on 11 Jan 2018
Knez Lazar - neobično je koliko svi imamo utisak da znamo dosta o Lazaru, a da zapravo postoji toliko toga što o njemu nikada nećemo otkriti.

Znamo da mu je prestoni grad bio Kruševac. Znamo da je kneginja bila Milica, znamo za Kosovski boj i njegovu smrt. Znamo, reklo bi se, dosta - a u stvari o njegovom životu znamo tako malo.Gde je i kad rođen? Kako je uopšte došao u priliku da bude naslednik Nemanjićke države? Da li je možda mogao da povrati slavu Dušanovog carstva? I kako je simbol Kosova postao osnova novog morala, a Lazarev izbor "carstva nebeskog" baza novog kulta?"

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Srpski junaci srednjeg veka: Zmaj Ognjeni Vuk

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Published on 8 Feb 2018
Despot bez despotovine. Čovek sa mnogo imena. Vitez reda Zmaja, saborac Janka Hunjadija i Vlada Cepeša - Drakule, a večni protivnik Alije Đerzeleza.Ličnost koja se vekovima iznenada pojavljuje u teškim trenucima po narod Srema i Mačve. Poslednji srpski srednjevekovni vladar.

Ovo je priča o Vuku Grgureviću Brankoviću i legenda o Zmaj Ognjenom Vuku...

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Srpski junaci srednjeg veka: Mrnjavčevići

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Published on 25 Dec 2017
"Marička bitka, jedan od najznačajnijih poraza u našoj istoriji i događaj koji je označio dolazak Turaka na Balkan dogodila se 1371. Učesnici ove bitke su istorijske ličnosti koje su se na veoma čudan način zadržale u sećanju naroda Balkana. Mnogo je nejasnih pitanja koja su vezana za Vukašina i Uglješu Mrnjavčević, oca i strica Marka Kraljevića:Zašto epska poezija i pripovedanje Uglješu i Vukašina Mrnjavčevića uglavnom vide kao negativne likove?

Da li je porodicu Nemanjić, trebalo da zameni na srpskom prestolu upravo porodica Mrnjavčević?

I da li je poslednji Nemanjić stradao baš od ruke Vukašina?

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Srpski junaci srednjeg veka: Marko Kraljević


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Published on 28 Dec 2017
Od Istre do Carigrada i od Janjine do Varne, teško se može naći čovek kome bi ime Marka Kraljevića bilo nepoznato. On je jedna od najneverovatnijih, najinteresantnijih i najpopularijih ličnosti u našoj istoriji i književnosti. O njemu pevaju i pripovedaju svi narodi na Balkanu: Srbi, Bugari, Makedonci, Hrvati, Slovenci...Zbog čega se oko lika Kraljevića Marka razvila tako kompleksna epska biografija? Zašto je baš on privukao pažnju narodnog pevača? Koji su to momenti u kojima se ukrštaju istorijsko i mitsko o ovom slavnom junaku? Ko je u stvari Kraljević Marko?"

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Srpski junaci srednjeg veka: Miloš Obilić

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Published on 25 Jan 2018
Jedna od najmističnijih ličnosti naše istorije. Njegova biografija staje u jedan dan! U jedan čin! Njegovo ime pominje se prvi put skoro vek nakon njegovog dela. Njegovo prezime i značenje se tokom vremena menja i različito tumači!Kako i zašto je dugo ostao bezimeni junak? Ko je zapravo Miloš Obilić?

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Serbian Warriors

a bit heavy on the imagery and nationalism but worth a watch

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Pirot Fortress is a small fortress with towers and curtain walls. It consists of three parts: the Upper Town with a tower, the middle part with a defensive wall and two towers, and the Lower Town with a defensive wall and a moat. Thanks to archaeological research of the central part of the fortress we now know that there was a settlement established 5000 years ago, but there are also traces from the Eneolithic period and Iron Age, then the Antiquity, early Byzantine and medieval times. Since it is related to the Duke Momčilo, it is also called Momčilo's Town (Momčilov Grad) and it was built during the reign of Prince Lazar in the late 14th century. The fortress was in military use until the first half of the 20th century.
 

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Milutin Milanković was a Serbian geophysicist and civil engineer, best known for his theory of ice ages, suggesting a relationship between Earth's long-term climate changes and periodic changes in its orbit, now known as Milankovitch cycles. Milanković gave two fundamental contributions to global science. The first contribution is the "Canon of the Earth’s Insolation”, which characterizes the climates of all the planets of the Solar system. The second contribution is the explanation of climate change on the Earth caused by changes in the position of the Earth in comparison to the Sun. This explained the ice ages occurring in the geological past of the Earth, as well as the climate changes on the Earth which can be expected in the future. He founded cosmic climatology by calculating temperatures of the upper layers of the Earth's atmosphere as well as the temperature conditions on planets of the inner Solar system, Mercury, Venus, Mars, and the Moon, as well as the depth of the atmosphere of the outer planets. He demonstrated the interrelatedness of celestial mechanics and the Earth sciences, and enabled consistent transition from celestial mechanics to the Earth sciences and transformation of descriptive sciences into exact ones.
 

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On July 9th in 1875, began the Serbian uprising against the Ottoman rule in Herzegovina, known as the "Nevesinje rifle" or the Herzegovina Uprising. The Serbs in Herzegovina were aided with weapons and volunteers from the Principalities of Serbia and Montenegro, which eventually led to the Serbo-Turkish War (1876–78) and the so-called "Great Eastern Crisis". The result of the uprisings and wars was the Berlin Congress in 1878, which gave Serbia and Montenegro independence and territorial expansion, while the Austro-Hungarian Empire occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina. Some of the most important figures from this uprising were: Tripko Vukalović, Mićo Ljubibratić, Maksim Baćović, Lazar Sočica, Pero Tunguz, Pecija Petrović, Golub Babić, Stojan Kovačević and Bogdan Zimonjić. The fighting lasted for two years, and at the end the uprising failed and Austria-Hungary occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1878, according to the agreement made by the great powers at the Berlin Congress.

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Petar Dobrović



Petar Dobrović (14 January 1890 – 27 January 1942) was a Serbian painter and politician born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Dobrović was born in Pécs. A proponent of Serbian colorism, he was known for portraits and landscapes. He had earlier worked in impressionism and cubism.

He was briefly the President of a short-lived, small Serbo-Hungarian Baranya-Baja Republic in 1921, and later lived in Kingdom of Yugoslavia. He died during the German occupation of Belgrade in Second World War and was buried in Novo groblje in Belgrade.



 

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Petar Dobrović


Petar Dobrović (14 January 1890 – 27 January 1942) was a Serbian painter and politician born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

...He died during the German occupation of Belgrade in Second World War and was buried in Novo groblje in Belgrade.
Was he killed by the Germans? He would have just turned 52.
 

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actually, i do not know... i just saw a link to him when reading up on something else
 

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Banja Koviljača

Banja Koviljača is a popular tourist town and spa situated in the Loznica municipality, Serbia.[1] It is the oldest spa in Serbia. Banja Koviljača is located on the west border of Serbia by the Drina river, 137 kilometres from Belgrade. The population of the town is 6,340 people (2002 census).

It is also known as Kraljevska Banja ("The Royal Spa").

Banja Koviljača has a number of sulphuric and iron-bearing thermal mineral springs, ranging in temperature from 21 to 38 degrees Celsius. Patients drink and bathe in these waters, which are also used for the preparation of mud packs.

The location of the spa was chosen for its useful natural elements: the Drina river, which could be forded; the wooded mountain Gučevo, which served as shelter from enemies; the plains, which supplied food; and the water, which was (and still is) considered to have medicinal properties.

Originally Town of Koviljka or Koviljkin grad was built by the Romans, and there are some claims that the name of this Roman settlement is "Genzis", but it was never confirmed. The first document mentioning the spa was written in 1533.

In the 18th century, Turks from Mačva and Podrinje came to visit this region. Some documents state that in 1720 Turks from the city of Zvornik built a medical bathroom for women named the "Stinking Spa", due to the sulphuric water from the springs. A legend states that a caravan had been passing in the area and had to leave its horse behind, collapsed from exhaustion, rolling in the mud. It is said that when the caravan returned, the horse had been cured.

Vuk Stefanović Karadžić, describing this region in 1827, wrote about the sulfuric puddle and cold mineral springs. According to Karadžic, its real name, Spa, was derived from the old town, fortress, which had been built on the hill above the current Spa. According to Kanić, Spa received its name from a very popular plant kovilja (Stipa pennata) which grows on nearby slopes and hills.

The first chemical analysis of the water was performed by the chemist Pavle Ilić in the year 1855. The first guest house was built in 1858 with ten rooms. In 1867, under the order of the duchy Mihailo Obrenović, the spa won state protection.

Development of Banja Koviljača began on August 1, 1898, when a law was passed opening it to the people of the Podrinje district for exploration. Intensive development occurred until 1930, when Koviljača's jurisdiction was changed to Drinska Banovina, the capital in Sarajevo.

Until 1970 this sanatorium operated under the name “Natural Sanatorium Spa Koviljača”. From 1970 to 1998, it was known as the “Institute for dissipated and post-traumatic conditions”.

In 1980, a facility for therapy and amenities was added. Since 1998 it has been called the “Special hospital for rehabilitation Spa Koviljača”. Medical services are provided by physicians of the Institute of Discopathy.

Koviljača Spa is one of the locations where Republic of Serbia has a Centre for Asylum Seekers. The center is a dedicated organization within the Commissariat for Refugees of Serbia. The centre was opened in 1965. and was used for accommodation of asylum seekers from South America and Eastern Europe until 1991. Between 1991. and 2006. it was used for accommodation of refugees from Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia. The centre was renovated in 2006, and since 2007. was used to accommodate asylum seekers under the auspices of the UNHCR.







 

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Gitarijada

Gitarijada is a musical festival held in Zaječar, Serbia.

Held since 1966, Gitarijada is one of the longest lasting festivals in Serbia and in South Eastern Europe and the largest festival of young and unaffirmed bands in South Eastern Europe. Apart from the competition of unaffirmed bands from the region of former Yugoslavia, the festival program includes performances of established acts.







 

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Miodrag Petrović Čkalja



Miodrag Petrović (1 April 1924 – 20 October 2003), known by his stage name Čkalja, was a Serbian actor and one of the most popular comedians of former Yugoslavia.

He performed in the theatre, where he displayed a talent for comedy, especially in plays by Branislav Nušić, his favourite author. However, it was the new medium of television that made him famous. From 1959 until the 1980s, he appeared in many TV comedy shows: Servisna stanica, Dežurna ulica, Spavajte mirno, Sačulatac, Crni sneg, Ljudi i papagaji, Ljubav na seoski način, Kamiondžije and Vruć vetar.

Čkalja retired in the late 1980s and spent his last years peacefully. His last public appearance was during the DOS election campaign in 2000 in the overthrow of Slobodan Milošević.

In 2005, a statue of Čkalja was placed in front of his birth house in Kruševac. In 2006, a street in the Zvezdara neighborhood in Belgrade was named after him.




 
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