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  1. Sarajevo - Wikipedia

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    Sarajevo is near the geometric center of the triangular-shaped Bosnia and Herzegovina and within the historical region of Bosnia proper. It is situated 518 meters (1,699 ft) above sea level and lies in the Sarajevo valley, in the middle of the Dinaric Alps.

    • 550 m (1,800 ft)
    • BIH-71 000
  2. Siege of Sarajevo - Wikipedia

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    Siege of Sarajevo. The siege of Sarajevo – the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina – was the longest siege of a capital city in the history of modern warfare. After being initially besieged by the forces of the Yugoslav People's Army, Sarajevo was besieged by the Army of Republika Srpska from 5 April 1992 to 29 February 1996 (1,425 days ...

    • 2 April 1992 – 29 February 1996, (3 years, 10 months, 3 weeks and 3 days)
    • Dayton Agreement, War ended and siege lifted, Numerous civilian casualties
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  4. Sarajevo (2014 film) - Wikipedia

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    Some of this article's listed sources may not be reliable. Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted. Sarajevo Written by Martin Ambrosch Kurt Mündl Directed by Andreas Prochaska Production Running time98 minutes Release Original release April 28, 2014 Sarajevo is a 2014 German-Austrian biographical television film that depicts the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.

    On 28 June 1914, the Austro-Hungarian heir presumptive Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg are travelling through Sarajevo on the 525th anniversary of the Battle of Kosovo. As a result of the first attack on the Archduke's life, the Austrian examining magistrate Leo Pfeffer is given the task of capturing the person responsible for the attack. Whilst interrogating the assassin, Pfeffer finds out there has been a second attack on the Archduke and his

    The film is a German-Austrian cooperation between German television channel ZDF and Austrian channel ORF. It was commissioned as part of the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.

    The film received the following awards and nominations: 1. Baden-Baden TV Film Festival 2014 3Sat Zuschauerpreis: Andreas Prochaska 2. German Television Academy Award 2014 Best Leading Actor: Florian Teichmeister Best Script: Martin Ambrosch Best Casting: Nicole Schmied 3. Jupiter Award 2015 Best German TV Actor: Heino Ferch

    " An oppressive storyline" - TV Spielfilm "The ZDF / ORF co-production defies the assassination attempt of Sarajevo, whose sequence and its consequences are generally known, yet still of value compared to a documentary on the topic" - tittelbach.tv The Hollywood Reporter called it a "handsome-looking and well-acted feature"

    • April 28, 2014 (Germany)
    • Martin Ambrosch, Kurt Mündl
  5. Sarajevo - Wikipedia

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    Sarajevo se nalazi u središnjem dijelu Bosne i Hercegovine i zauzima površinu od 141,5 km 2.Centralni dijelovi grada smješteni su u kompozitnoj Sarajevskoj kotlini, koja se pruža od istoka prema zapadu i završava u Sarajevskom polju, okruženo planinama Bjelašnicom i Igmanom na jugozapadu, Trebevićem na jugoistoku, te srednjim planinama i međudolinskim rtovima na sjeveru i sjeverozapadu.

  6. Sarajeva - Wikipedia

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    Arkeologët kanë gjetur se rajoni Sarajeva ka qenë i banuar vazhdimisht nga njerëzit që nga mosha neolitike. Shembulli më i mirë i një zgjidhjeje neolitike në zonën e Sarajevës është Kultura e Butmirit. Zbulimet në Butmir janë bërë në bazë të Ilixhave moderne, ditore në Sarajevë në vitin 1893 nga rrethinat nga utoritetet austro-hungareze gjatë ndërtimit të një shkolle bujqësore. Pasuria e zonës në strall ishte pa dyshim tërheqëse për njeriun e Neolitit, dhe zgjidhja duket të ketë lulëzuar. Përpunimi i përparuar i qeramikës unike, të cilat e karakterizojnë kulturën e Butmiritsi një kulturë unike. Kjo ishte kryesisht përgjegjëse për Kongresin Ndërkombëtar të arkeologëve dhe antropologëve në Sarajevë në vitin 1894. Kultura e radhës në Sarajevë ishin Ilirët. Njerëz të lashtë, të cilët konsiderohet se banonin në pjesën më të madhe të Ballkanit Perëndimor, dhe që konsiderohet si atdheu i tyre. Në këtë periudhë kishte disa vendbanime kyçe në rajon, kryesisht përreth lumit Milacka dhe në lug...

    Sarajeva ka një industri të fortë turistik dhe u emërua nga një Lonely Planet nga top 50 "Qytetet më të mirë në Botë" në lidhje me turizmin 2006. Sports përdor objektet trashëgiminë e Olimpiadës Dimëroretë vitit 1984, sidomos objektet ski në malet aty pranë e Bjelashnica, Igman, Jahorina, Trebeviç, dhe Treskavica. 600 vjet të historisë së Sarajevës, ndikuar nga të dy perandorive perëndimore dhe lindore, është edhe një tërheqje të fortë turistike. Sarajeva ka pritur udhëtarët për shekuj me radhë, sepse ajo ishte një qendër e rëndësishme tregtare gjatë osmane dhe Austro-hungareze perandorive. Shembuj të destinacione popullore në Sarajevë përfshijnë Bosne Vrelo park, katedralja Sarajevë, dhe Xhamia e Gazi Husrev-lutem-së. Turizmi në Sarajevë është e fokusuar kryesisht në aspektet historike fetare dhe kulturore. Në vitin 1981 GDP për frymë të Sarajevës ishte 133% të mesatares jugosllave.

    Sipas regjistrimit të vitit 1991Sarajeva ka pasurgjithsejtë: 527.049 1. Boshnjakë- 259.470 (49,23%); 2. Serbë- 157.143 (29,81%); 3. Kroatë- 34.873 (6,61%); 4. Jugosllavë- 56.470 (10,71%); 5. të tjerë, të pa përcaktuar dhe të panjohur - 19.093 (3,62%).

  7. Sarajevo – Wikipedija

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    Sarajevo je smješteno u središnjoj Bosni i Hercegovini. Obuhvaća više reljefnih tipova: ravnicu u jugozapadnom dijelu grada, blago brežuljkasto zemljište, te visoke planinske predjele. Nadmorska visina se kreće od blizu 500 metara u središtu Sarajeva do više od 2000 metara u Istočnom Sarajevu. Rijeke i manji vodotoci u Sarajevu su: Miljacka, Bosna, Željeznica i Zujevina.

    Povijest Sarajeva u velikoj je mjeri uvjetovana zemljopisnim položajem grada. Plodna ravnica uz obale rijeka Miljacke, Željeznice, Bosne i pritoka, okružena s tri strane visokim i do modernih vremena praktično neprohodnim planinama, bila je idealno mjesto za formiranje utvrđenih naselja, što je u nekim razdobljima bilo itekako bitno. Fortifikacijski, obrambeni objekti i naselja oko njih nastajali su na obroncima tih planina, što potvrđuju i arheološki nalazi iz neolita, brončanog i željeznog doba. Najznačajniji su pronađeni na lokalitetima Debelo brdo i Butmir. U srednjem vijeku formiraju se, uz postojeća, i naselja u samoj dolini, sa svrhom brže i učinkovitije trgovine. U tom je smislu veoma važna uloga dubrovačkih trgovaca, odnosno pogodnosti koje je za obje strane donio trgovački sporazum s ondašnjim Dubrovnikom. Biskup Ponza je 1238. godine sagradio u mjestu Brdu kod Vrhbosne katedralu sv. Petra i Pavla i uz katedralu kaptol. Time je naselje na mjestu današnjeg Sarajeva tri stol...

    Prema popisu stanovništva 2013. godine, Grad Sarajevo ima 275.524 stanovnika, od toga 271.194 stanovnika u naseljenom mjestu Sarajevo.

    Do rata 1992. - 95., Grad Sarajevo pokrivao je ozemlje gradskih općina: Centar, Ilidža, Novi Grad, Novo Sarajevo i Stari Grad, te prigradskih općina: Hadžići, Ilijaš, Pale, Trnovo i Vogošća (cijelo područje 527.049 stanovnika). Nakon rata Grad Sarajevo dobiva status jedinice lokalne samouprave i ulazi u sastav entiteta Federacija BiH. Obuhvatio je općine Centar, Hadžići, Ilidža, Ilijaš, Novi Grad, Novo Sarajevo, Stari Grad i federalni dio bivše općine Trnovo. Čelna tijela vlasti u Gradu Sarajevo su Gradonačelnik, u čijem je djelokrugu rad gradskih službi, te Gradsko vijeće. Od dijelova predratnih općina Novi Grad, Novo Sarajevo, Stari Grad, Trnovo, Pale i cijelog teritorija općine Sokolac 1993. formiran je Grad Istočno Sarajevo, koji je pripao entitetu Republici Srpskoj.Izvršna i zakonodavna tijela vlasti u Istočnom Sarajevu su Gradonačelnik i Skupština grada Istočno Sarajevo.

    Sarajevo je središte cestovnog prometa u BiH. Sedam magistralnih cesta povezuje grad s ostalim dijelovima zemlje. Na sjever vodi M5 u pravcu Travnika, Banje Luke i Bihaća, M17 ka Zenici i Doboju, kao i M18 prema Tuzli. Na istok vode M5 prema Višegradu i Goraždu, kao i M19 ka Zvorniku. Na jug vodi M18 preko Foče za Dubrovnik, a na zapad M17 u pravcu Mostara. Od 2003. Sarajevo je povezano autocestom A1 s mjestima Ilijaš, Visoko, Kakanj i Zenica. Planirana europska autocesta, koridor 5c, prolazi kraj Sarajeva povezujući ga s Budimpeštom na sjeveru i s Pločamana jugu. Položaj Sarajeva, uske gradske ulice i nedostatak parkinga ograničavaju automobilski promet u gradu, te su podzemne garaže dosta česta pojava. U vrijeme Olimpijskih igara grad je dobio dio zaobilaznice što je djelomice olakšalo prometnu situaciju, no 2,6 km i dva tunela koja su trebala povezati naselja Ciglane i Pofalići, zbog nedostatka novca, još nisu u potpunosti završeni. Sam centar grada pretvoren je 1970-ih u pješačk...

    Kao glavni i najveći grad Bosne i Hercegovine, Sarajevo je medijski centar u zemlji. Većina komunikacijskih i medijskih infrastruktura je uništena tijekom rata, ali rekonstrukcija je pomogla modernizaciji medija. Internet je ponovo postao dostupan u gradu 1995. Oslobođenje, osnovano 1943., su najstarije sarajevske dnevne novine i jedine koje su preživjele rat. Ipak tiražem su ove novine iza Dnevnog Avaza, osnovanog 1995. i Jutarnjih novina. U druge lokalne periodične novine spadaju novine Hrvatska riječ na hrvatskom jeziku i magazin Start, kao i tjednici Slobodna Bosna i BH dani. Bosanskohercegovačka televizija je državna TV stanica, jedna od tri u Bosni i Hercegovini. Druge stanice u gradu su NRTV "Studio 99", NTV Hayat, Open Broadcast Network, TV Kantona Sarajevo i TV Alfa. Postoje nezavisne, privatne i institucionalne radio stanice, poput Radija M, RSG, eFM studentskog radija, Radija 202 (do prve polovice 2010.) i Radija BIR. Pored ovih, i Radio Slobodna Europa, kao i nekoliko am...

    Kako su obrti i trgovina bili u vrhu gospodarskih prioriteta grada od njegova osnutka, tako se i početci školstva moraju vezati za ta područja života. Obrazovanje budućih obrtnika i trgovaca, odvijalo se kod istaknutih i dokazanih majstora, a znanja su uglavnom prenošena i testirana u praksi. No, nije zanemarivana ni vjerska poduka, o kojoj su skrb, ovisno o mogućnostima, preuzimale vjerske zajednice. Prednjačila je, po prirodi stvari, najbrojnija islamska vjerska zajednica, koja je imala institucijalno razvijen sustav vjerskog školstva sve do visokoškolskog ranga, što potvrđuje činjenica da je u šesnaestom stoljeću funkcionirala visoka teološka škola sufijske orijentacije, u kojoj je proučavano, uz teologiju i filozofiju i šerijatsko pravo. Spomenuta teološka škola obično se smatra pretečom Sveučilišta u Sarajevu, osnovanog 1949. godine.Devedesetih godina dvadesetog stoljeća Sarajevo je imalo zaokružen školski sustav, od pučkoškolske do sveučilišne razine, a demokratske promjene do...

    Zimske olimpijske igre

    Sarajevo je 1984. bilo domaćin XIV. Zimskih olimpijskih igara, za koje se smatra da su bile najbolje organizirane do tada.

    Športski klubovi

    1. nogomet 2. FK Sarajevo 3. FK Željezničar Sarajevo 4. FK Olimpic Sarajevo 5. FK Famos SAŠK Napredak Hrasnica 6. rukomet 7. RK Bosna 8. RK Željezničar 9. košarka 10. KK Bosna 11. džudo 12. Judo Klub Sarajevo 13. Umjetnicko klizanje 14. Klub sportova na ledu "Unity" 15. MMA "Pretorian"

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  8. Sarajevo Pride - Wikipedia

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    Sarajevo Pride or Bosnian-Herzegovinian Pride is the LGBT pride march in the city of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which first took place in 2019. The country's first pride event was held on 9 September 2019 in the capital Sarajevo. An estimated 2,000 people marched in the first pride parade of Bosnia and Herzegovina, making ...

  9. FK Sarajevo - Wikipedia

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    FK Sarajevo was the most successful club from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Yugoslav First League, winning two titles and finishing runners-up on two other occasions. The club is ranked 6th in that competition's All-time league table. FK Sarajevo is the record-holder for number of Bosnian Cup triumphs (7).

  10. FK Željezničar Sarajevo - Wikipedia

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    Pre-independence

    Željezničar was formed by a group of railway workers. During the early 20th century, there were several football clubs in Sarajevo. They were rich and usually backed by various organizations, most of them on an ethnic basis: Bosniaks, Serbs, Bosnian Croats, Bosnian Jews, unlike Željezničar. Since it was a financially poor club, they used to organize dance nights and all the profits made were later used to buy shoes and balls. Financial problems were not the only ones. The club's embrace of me...

    Post-independence

    After the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina, war broke out and football stopped. The game between Željezničar and FK Rad scheduled to be played on 5 April 1992 at Stadion Grbavica as part of Round 26 of the 1991–92 Yugoslav First League was abandoned 35 minutes (14:55 p.m. local time) before kick-off due to gunfire around the stadium, a result of the first attack on Sarajevo. Ultimately, the club's final completed match in the Yugoslav Championship was a 6–1 defeat on 29 March 1992 in Be...

    The club had no stadium upon its foundation as other clubs would not allow Željezničar to use the existing football grounds in Sarajevo. The club played their first matches at a military training pitch called Egzercir which wasn't actually a football ground, however, it was the best ground available and will always be remembered as the club's first pitch. Egzercir was located in a part of Sarajevo known as Čengić vila. In 1932 a new ground was built in Pofalići (yet another part of Sarajevo), close to the railway station. It wasn't much better than the last one, but it was built by the club and because of that it had a special meaning. After World War II, Željezničar played at the "6th April" Stadium in Marijin Dvor (there is a building now on the spot, behind the technical sciences secondary school) until 18 June 1950. Authorities planned to build a street, so the club made another move to military stadium in Skenderija. Club staff was tired of all that moving and they decided to b...

    Željezničar was formed as RŠD Željezničar (Radničko športsko društvo, eng. Workers' sports society). Željezničar means railwayman or railway worker. Later it was known as FK Željezničar (Fudbalski klub, eng. football club), and was a part of SD Željezničar (Sportsko društvo, eng. sports society) which includes the clubs in other sports (basketball, handball, volleyball, chess, bowling, etc.) with the same name. In 1993, initial acronym was changed to NK (Nogometni klub, eng. football club). In Bosnian, both fudbal and nogomet are equally used as a word for football. The word fudbal is dominant in eastern and nogometin western parts of the country. Since 2000, club's name is officially with initial FK again. In the modern times, there is even a restaurant named after the club's name. Such example is a ćevapi – the national dish – restaurant at the heart of Sarajevo called Ćevabdžinica "Željo".

    Blue is traditionally colour of railway workers in this part of Europe. Since the club was founded by the railway workers, blue was a logical choice. Standard navy blue colour was always on the club's crest, but it is a different story with kits. Sometimes they were light blue, sometimes regular blue, and sometimes navy blue as it is on the crest. Sometimes kits were blue and white vertical striped. For some games in 1999–00 season, kits were striped horizontally, and in 2002–03 season they were even dark grey, without any traces of blue. Away kit was always white. On the left side of the kit, by the heart, stands a crest. Since the foundation of the club, standard elements of the crest were ball and wings, also a traditional railway symbol. These standard elements were changed in design several times in the past. Some other elements were added or excluded in some periods of history. For example, circle around the original crest was added in the 1990s. From 1945. to 1992. red five-p...

    FK Željezničar main supporter group are called Manijaci(The Maniacs). There is also subgroups like Blue Tigers, Joint Union, Urban Corps, Stari Grad and Vendetta. In popular culture, Stole Anđelović (Stole iz Bora) – a passionate club supporter from Bor, is known decades (over 40 years) for traveling 450 km to attend most FK Željezničar Sarajevo home games, and was a long time supporter of Yugoslav national team as well as fan of Ivica Osim. A passionate group of fans from 1921.ba TV upload regular Željezničar league and European match reports as well as interviews with players and staff to online stream media; YouTube.

    Sarajevo derby

    Željezničar has a fierce rivalry with their city-rivals Sarajevo, which is known as the Sarajevo derby, the biggest derby in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is contested regularly since both teams are part of the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Many Željezničar supporters say that "Željo is a matter of philosophy, and Sarajevo a matter of geography". Famous Sarajevo derby, known across the Southeast Europe, is generally considered as one of few with the best atmosphere. But there is one...

    Željezničar – Borac Banja Luka rivalry

    Also another notable rivalry started to shape in recent years. Since the season 2008–09, the time when Borac started to be standard in the Premier League once again, a great rivalry started to develop between the two teams. Starting from the 2009–10 season the two teams mainly competed against each other for one of the titles (the league title or national cup) and even the attendance almost got on pair with the Sarajevo derby. The rivalry also has a root in the fact that Sarajevo and Banja Lu...

    FK Željezničar Sarajevo is the most decorated club from Bosnia and Herzegovina having won six Bosnian Cups, six Bosnian Premier League titles, three Bosnian Supercups and one Yugoslav First Leaguetitle.

    European

    1. UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League: 1.1. Semi-finalists (1): 1984–85 1.2. Quarter-finalists (1): 1971–72

    Doubles

    1. Premier League and National Cup (2): 2000–01, 2011–12 (record) Especially short competitions such as the Supercup of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Intercontinental Cup (now defunct), FIFA Club World Cup or UEFA Super Cup are not generally considered to contribute towards a Double or Treble, but they contribute to the bigger tuples.

    FK Željezničar Sarajevo has played more games in European competitions than any other football team from Bosnia and Herzegovina. 1. As of 9 September 2020 P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD= Goals difference. Defunct competitions indicated in italics.

    Biggest ever league victory:Željezničar – Barkohba 18–2 (23 March 1925, Second Sarajevo division)
    Biggest ever league defeat:1–9 on several occasions
    Biggest Yugoslav first division victory: Željezničar – Maribor8–0 (29 August 1971)
    Biggest Yugoslav first division defeat: Dinamo Zagreb– Željezničar 9–1 (29 September 1946)
    • 19 September 1921; 99 years ago
    • Plavi (The Blues)
    • Fudbalski klub Željezničar Sarajevo
    • Željo
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