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  1. Her eyes were the eyes of one who can remember; one whose childhood does not fade like a dream, nor whose youth vanish like a sunbeam. She would not take life loosely and incoherently, in parts, and let one season slip as she entered on another: she would retain and add; often review from the commencement, and so grow in harmony and consistency as she grew in years.

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  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › PodgoricaPodgorica - Wikipedia

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    Podgorica is written in Cyrillic as Подгорица, pronounced [pǒdɡoritsa]; UK: /ˈpɒdɡɒrɪtsə,pɒdˈɡɔːr-/, US: /ˈpɒdɡəriːtsə,ˈpɔːdɡɒr-/; Podgorica literally means "area below Gorica". Gorica (Cyrillic: Горица), meaning "little hill", is the name of one of the cypress-covered hillocks that overlooks the city center. Some three kilometres (1.9 miles) north...

    Early history

    Podgorica is at the crossroads of several historically important routes, near the rivers Zeta, Morača, Cijevna, Ribnica, Sitnica and Mareza in the valley of Lake Skadar and near the Adriatic Sea, in fertile lowlands with favourable climate. The earliest human settlements were in prehistory: the oldest physical remains are from the late Stone Age. In the Iron Age, the area between the Zeta and Bjelopavlići valleys was occupied by two Illyrian tribes, the Labeates and the Docleatae. The populat...

    Middle Ages

    From the 5th century AD, with the arrival of the first Slavic and Avar tribes and the beginning of the break-up of the Roman Empire, the area bore witness to many noteworthy events.[citation needed] With time, the fortifications ceased their function, and new towns were built; a new settlement probably named after the Ribnica river, on whose banks it was built, Ribnica, was established. It was first mentioned during the reign of the Nemanjić dynasty, as part of the Serbian kingdom. The import...

    Ottoman Empire

    The Ottoman Empire captured Podgorica in 1474. Podgorica became a kaza of the Sanjak of Scutari (which was historically led by Albanian Pashas). In 1479, The Ottomans built a large fortress in Podgorica, and the existing settlement, with its highly developed merchant connections, became the main Ottoman defensive and attacking bastion in the region. At the beginning of 1474 the Ottoman sultan intended to rebuild Podgorica and Baleč and settle them with 5,000 Muslim families (most of them of A...

    Podgorica is located in central Montenegro. The area is crossed with rivers and the city itself is only 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Lake Skadar. The Morača and Ribnica rivers flow through the city, while the Zeta, Cijevna, Sitnica and Mareza flow nearby. Morača is the largest river in the city, being 70 m or 230 ft wide near downtown, and havin...

    Podgorica's mixture of architectural styles reflects the turbulent history of the city and country: as one régime replaced another, the corresponding style was introduced. As part of the Ottoman Empire until 1878, Podgorica has some examples of Ottoman architecture.[citation needed] The oldest parts of the city, Stara Varoš (Old town) and Drač is t...

    Podgorica is home to many Montenegrin cultural institutions and events. It hosts the Montenegrin National Theatre and a number of museums and galleries. The Montenegrin National Theatre is the most significant theatre not only in Podgorica but in all of Montenegro. Podgorica is also host to the City Theatre (Gradsko pozorište), which includes the C...

    Podgorica is the media hub of Montenegro. It is home to the headquarters of the state-owned public television broadcaster RTCG. Commercial broadcasters in Podgorica include RTV A1, TV Vijesti, Nova M and Prva TV. It was announced that the city's local television will be launched soon.Their programmes can be received in much of Montenegro. All Monte...

    The most popular sports by far are football and basketball. Basketball became especially popular with the success in the late 20th and early 21st centuries of KK Budućnost, both in Regionaland European competitions. Football in Podgorica has a long tradition associated with Budućnost. World-famous players Predrag Mijatović and Dejan Savićević were ...

    Podgorica is not only the administrative center of Montenegro but also its main economic engine. Most of Montenegro's industrial, financial, and commercial base is in Podgorica.[citation needed] Before World War I, most of Podgorica's economy was in trade and small-scale manufacturing, which was an economic model established during the long rule of...

    In the Ottoman defter of 1485, 40 households were listed.In 1614, there was over 900 households. Although medium-sized by European standards, Podgorica is by far the largest city in Montenegro: almost a quarter of Montenegrin citizens live there. According to the 2011 census, there are 185,937 people in Podgorica Capital City, which is analogous to...

    Podgorica is home to three main religious groups: Orthodox Christians, Sunni Muslims and Catholic Christians. The Orthodox Christian population mostly originates from the local Montenegrin and Serb population, which accepted Orthodox Christianity in Middle Ages after a major split during The Great Schism. They represent the major religious group. T...

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  6. Boys Over Flowers ( Korean : 꽃보다 남자; Hanja : 꽃보다 男子; RR : Kkotboda Namja; MR : Kkotpoda Namja) is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Ku Hye-sun, Lee Min-ho, Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Bum, Kim Joon and Kim So-eun. Based on the Japanese shōjo manga series Boys Over Flowers (花より男子, Hana Yori Dango) written by ...

  7. Gals! Ang Super Gals! ( Super Gals! Kotobuki Ran |超GALS!寿蘭|Sūpā Gyaruzu! Kotobuki Ran) ay isang anime na nagmula sa isang shōjo manga na Gals! na sinulat ni mangaka Mihona Fujii. Ipinalabas ito sa bansang Hapon sa TV Tokyo sa pagitan ng 2001 at 2003 sa 52 mga kabanata.

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