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He first went to Zagreb, to his sister Katarina who was a wife of Ulrich II, Count of Celje. Then he arrived to Dubrovnik at the end of July 1440 and after several days continued his journey toward his coastal towns of Budva and Bar which became new capitol of the remaining part of his despotate. In August 1441 Branković arrived to Bar where ...
The Counts of Celje, Slovenia’s own family of nobles, shaped the country’s history in many of ways during their long time in power. But one story has captured the imagination of countless generations - the sad tale of a 15th century countess known as Veronica of Desenice. Little is known of Veronica’s early life.
Serbs in Slovenia are, by large, first or second generation immigrants from other republics of former Yugoslavia. In the 2002 census, 38,964 people of Slovenia declared Serb ethnicity, corresponding to 2% of the total population, making them the largest ethnic minority in the country.
Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts. searching for Celje 233 found (2207 total) alternate case: celje. NK Krško (254 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article 2016. "Nogomet - MNZ Celje (page 25)" (in Slovenian). Novi Tednik NT&RC. 4 June 1992. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
2016/11/06 [Slavic Provinces] On October 20, the members of the provincial councils of the Slavic Provinces of the Daughters of Charity held joint meetings at Saint Joseph’s House in Celje, Slovenia.
Brankovic Stock Photos and Images (53) ... Portree of Catharina Cilli, The Countess of Celje (1418/19–1492) ... 12 NOVEMBER 2016: ...
Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts. searching for Celje 223 found (2221 total) alternate case: celje. NK Krško (254 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article 2016. "Nogomet - MNZ Celje (page 25)" (in Slovenian). Novi Tednik NT&RC. 4 June 1992. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
deputies of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, excellencies, dear friends. Ten years ago, in 2009, I was the first Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia to officially visit Serbia after years of poor relations between the two countries. I was received by then Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković and President Boris Tadić.