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      • Dinara is a 100 km long mountain range in the Dinaric Alps, located on the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. It has four major mountains or peaks, from north-west to south-east: Ilica or Ujilica (1654 m) Sinjal or Dinara (1831 m), eponym to the range, highest mountain in Croatia
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  2. Dinara - Wikipedia

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    Dinara is a 100 km long mountain range in the Dinaric Alps, located on the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. It has four major mountains or peaks, from north-west to south-east: Ilica or Ujilica (1654 m) Sinjal or Dinara (1831 m), eponym to the range, highest mountain in Croatia

    • Etymology

      Its Latin name is Adrian oros while the current name is...

    • Dinara Mountain

      Sinjal, often marked as Dinara on maps, is the highest...

    • Climate

      Dinara is located only a few dozen kilometers away from the...

    • Tourism

      One of the most fascinating massifs is on the southwestern...

    • Flora and fauna

      Native vegetation of the Dinara region comprises a large...

  3. Dinarra - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Dinarra La dinarra o guitarra dinámica es una guitarra microtonal. El nombre del instrumento es un sustantivo compuesto, derivado de las palabras " dinámica " y " guitarra ". La diferencia con la guitarra está en la cantidad y disposición de los espacios entre los trastes.

  4. Yugoslav dinar - Wikipedia

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    From 1931, coins were minted in the name of Yugoslavia, starting with silver 10 and 20 dinara, followed by silver 50 dinara in 1932. In 1938, aluminium-bronze 50 para, 1 and 2 dinara, nickel 10 dinara and reduced size, silver 20 and 50 dinara were introduced. These were the last coins issued before the Second World War. 1944 dinar

  5. Dinara Safina - Wikipedia

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    Dinara Mubinovna Safina is a Russian former world No. 1 tennis player. Safina was runner-up in singles at the 2008 French Open, 2009 Australian Open, and the 2009 French Open, falling to Ana Ivanovic, Serena Williams, and Svetlana Kuznetsova, respectively. She had success at Grand Slam events in women's doubles by winning the 2007 US Open with Nathalie Dechy. She also won the Olympic silver medal in women's singles at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Safina retired in 2014 after a lengthy ab

    • 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
    • 11 May 2014 (last match 2011)
    • Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
    • 2000
  6. Serbian dinar - Wikipedia

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    2 dinara 22 mm 5.24g 70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn reeded Gračanica monastery: Issuer's symbols, logo of the National Bank of Serbia 2003 2 July 2003 2 dinara 22 mm 5.15g 75% Cu, 0,5% Ni, 24,5% Zn reeded Coat of arms of Serbia, issuer's symbols 2006~2010 27 December 2006 2 dinara* 5.05g

    Coins of the Serbian dinar (2003–present)(Value)
    Coins of the Serbian dinar (2003–present)(Technical parameters)(Diameter)
    Coins of the Serbian dinar (2003–present)(Technical parameters)(Mass)
    Coins of the Serbian dinar (2003–present)(Technical parameters)(Composition)
    1 dinar
    20 mm
    4.34g
    70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn
    1 dinar
    20 mm
    4.26g
    75% Cu, 0,5% Ni, 24,5% Zn
    1 dinar*
    20 mm
    4.2g
    Multilayer; low carbon steel core coated with a layer of copper on both sides/electroplated with a layer of copper and a layer of brass
    2 dinara
    22 mm
    5.24g
    70% Cu, 12% Ni, 18% Zn
  7. Banknotes of the Yugoslav dinar - Wikipedia

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    The banknotes of the Yugoslav dinar are the several series of paper money emitted by the central bank of the different consecutive states named Yugoslavia (Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Federal Republic of Yugoslavia).

  8. Dinar - Wikipedia

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    The dinar (/ dɪˈnɑːr /) is the principal currency unit in several countries near the Mediterranean Sea, and its historical use is even more widespread. The modern dinar's historical antecedents are the gold dinar, the main coin of the medieval Islamic empires, first issued in AH 77 (696–697 CE) by Caliph Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan.

  9. Dinara – Wikipedija

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    Dinara dijeli Livanjsko polje od Sinjskoga, te čini prirodnu granicu između Bosne i Hercegovine i Hrvatske. Zapadni greben Dinare. Pruža se u smjeru sjeverozapad-jugoistok u duljini od 84 km (druga po duljini planina u Dinarskom gorju nakon Velebita ), između rijeke Cetine na jugozapadu i Livanjskog polja na sjeveroistoku.

  10. Dinar - Wikipedia, entziklopedia askea.

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    Dinarra munduko Estatu zenbaiten diru-unitatea da. Estatu horietako gehienak arabiar hizkuntzakoak edo noizbait Otomandar Inperioaren parte izandako lurraldeak dira. Dinar izenak (zenbait hizkuntzatan, denar ) diru izenaren jatorri bera du: latinezko denario ( Antzinako Erroman erabilitako txanpon baten izena).

  11. Frank Sinatra Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Francis Wayne Sinatra was born January 10, 1944, in Jersey City, New Jersey, into the household of one of the most popular singers in the world, Frank Sinatra.The younger Sinatra was technically not a "junior" (his father's middle name was Albert) but was nonetheless known as Frank Jr. throughout his life.