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  1. hr.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Novi_SadNovi Sad – Wikipedija

    Novi Sad se prvi put spominje u pisanim dokumentima 1640. godine, kao naselje oko mostobrana na bačkoj strani Dunava, preko puta znamenite Petrovaradinske tvrđave, pod nazivom Racka varoš odnosno Ratzenstadt (od mađarskog imena za južne Slavene Rasi ili Raci prema staroj srpskoj srednjovjekovnoj državi i gradu Ras).

  2. bs.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Novi_SadNovi Sad - Wikipedia

    Novi Sad se prvi put spominje u pisanim dokumentima 1640. godine, kao naselje oko mostobrana na bačkoj strani Dunava, preko puta znamenite Petrovaradinske tvrđave, pod nazivom Racka varoš odnosno Ratzenstadt (od mađarskog imena za Srbe Rasi ili Raci prema staroj srpskoj srednjovjekovnoj državi i gradu Ras).

  3. Нови Сад је економски центар Војводине, најплодније пољопривредне регије у Србији. Град је један од највећих економских и културних центара Србије и бивше Југославије. Град је током ’90—их ...

  4. RFK Novi Sad 1921 - Wikipedia RFK Novi Sad 1921 RFK Novi Sad 1921 ( Serbian Cyrillic: РФК Нови Сад 1921) is a professional football club from Novi Sad, Serbia. The club is currently playing in the Serbian First League . Contents 1 History 2 Stadium 3 Supporters 4 Honours and achievements 5 Notable players 6 Coaches 7 References 8 External links

  5. en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Novi_Sad_raidNovi Sad raid - Wikipedia

    The Novi Sad raid, also known as the Raid in southern Bačka, the Novi Sad massacre, the Újvidék massacre, or simply The Raid ( Рација / Racija ), was a military operation carried out by the Királyi Honvédség, the armed forces of Hungary, during World War II, after the Hungarian occupation and annexation of former Yugoslav territories.

  6. The bombing of Novi Sad's refinery caused fires which burned 50,000 tons of crude oil, sending toxins and carcinogens into the air and contaminating groundwater. The BTF study was complicated by the heavy pollution that existed before the bombing, with the group noting that "the enforced shutdown of the refinery may even have led to local ...

  7. en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › FK_VojvodinaFK Vojvodina - Wikipedia

    Main article: History of FK Vojvodina. On 6 March 1914, in Sava Šijakov's weaving mill in the Temerinska Street 12, a group of students of the Serbian Orthodox high school established with the help of intellectuals and craftsman a football club in Novi Sad. The club was founded in secrecy, because the former Austro-Hungarian authorities banned ...

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