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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › VersecVršac - Wikipedia

    Vršac ( Serbian Cyrillic: Вршац, pronounced [ʋr̩̂ʃat͡s]) is a city and the administrative center of the South Banat District in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. As of 2011, the city urban area has a population of 35,701, while the city administrative area has 52,026 inhabitants. It is located in the geographical region ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Subotica_City_HallSubotica - Wikipedia

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    The earliest known written name of the city was Zabotka or Zabatka, which dates from 1391. It is the origin of the current Hungarian name for the city "Szabadka". According to one opinion,[whose?] the Name "Szabadka" comes from the adjective szabad, which derived from the Slavic word for "free"– svobod.According to this view, Subotica's earliest designation would mean, therefore, something like a "free place". The origin of the earliest form of the name (Zabotka or Zabatka) is obscure. However, according to a local Bunjevci newspaper, Zabatka could have derived from the South Slavic word "zabat" (Gable), which describe parts of Pannonian Slavic houses.[unreliable source?] The town was named in the 1740s after Maria Theresa of Austria, Archduchess of Austria. It was officially called Sent-Maria in 1743, but was renamed in 1779 as Maria-Theresiapolis. These two official names were also spelled in several different ways (most commonly the German Maria-Theresiopel or Theresiopel), and w...

    It is located in the Pannonian Basin at 46.07° North, 19.68° East, about 10 kilometres (6 miles) from the border with Hungary, and is the northernmost city in Serbia. It is located in the vicinity of lake Palić.[citation needed]

    Prehistory and antiquity

    In Neolithic and Eneolithic period, several important archaeological cultures flourished in this area, including the Starčevo culture, the Vinča culture, and the Tiszapolgár culture. The first Indo-European[citation needed] peoples settled in the territory of present-day Subotica in 4200 BC. During the Eneolithic period, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age, several Indo-European archaeological cultures included areas around Subotica - the Baden culture, the Vučedol culture, the Urnfield culture a...

    Early Middle Ages and Slavic settlement

    In the Early Middle Ages various Indo-European and Turkic peoples and states ruled in the area of Subotica. These peoples included Huns, Gepids, Avars, Slavs and Bulgarians. Slavs settled today's Subotica in the 6th and 7th centuries, before some of them crossed the rivers Sava and Danube and settled in the Balkans. The Slavic tribe living in the territory of present-day Subotica were the Obotrites, a subgroup of the Serbs. In the 9th century, after the fall of the Avar state, the first forms...

    Late-Middle Ages

    Subotica probably first became a settlement of note when people poured into it from nearby villages destroyed during the Tatar invasions of 1241–42. However the settlement has surely been older. It has been established that people inhabited these territories even 3000 years ago.[citation needed] When Zabadka/Zabatka was first recorded in 1391, it was a tiny town in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. Later, the city belonged to the Hunyadis, one of the most influential aristocratic families in t...

    Unique in Serbia, Subotica has the most buildings built in the art nouveau style. The City Hall (built in 1908-1910) and the Synagogue (1902) are of especially outstanding beauty. These were built by the same architects, Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab, from Budapest, Hungary. Another exceptional example of art nouveau architecture is the actual Artistic Encounter building, which was built in 1904 by Ferenc J. Raichle. Church buildings include the Cathedral of St. Theresa of Avila dating from 1797, the Franciscan friary dating from 1723, the Orthodox churches also from the 18th century, and the Hungarian Art Nouveau Subotica Synagoguefrom the early 20th century and its renovation was completed in the summer of 2019. The historic National Theatre in Subotica, which was built in 1854 as the first monumental public building in Subotica, was demolished in 2007, although it was declared a historic monument under state protection in 1983, and in 1991 it was added to the National Register as...

    According to the 2011 census results, the city administrative area of Subotica had 141,554 inhabitants.

    Results of 2016 local elections in Subotica municipality: 1. SNS coalition: 35.6% 2. Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians: 15% 3. Movement for Civic Subotica: 12.9% 4. Democratic Party: 8.5% 5. League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina: 5.7% After the elections, a coalition led by Serbian Progressive Party and Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians formed the local municipal government. Bogdan Laban, from Serbian Progressive Party, was elected mayor.[citation needed] Coat of arms The original coat of arms and current medium coat of arms have an outlining latin inscription of Civitatis Maria Theresiopolis, Sigillum Liberæque Et Regiæ, translated as Seal of the Free and Royal City of Maria Theresiopolis.

    The area around Subotica is mainly farmland but the city itself is an important industrial and transportation centre in Serbia. Due to the surrounding farmlands Subotica has famous food producer industries in the country, including such brands as the confectionery factory "Pionir", "Fidelinka" the cereal manufacturer, "Mlekara Subotica" a milk producer and "Simex" producer of strong alcohol drinks. There are a number of old socialistic industries that survived the transition period in Serbia. The biggest one is the chemical fertilizer factory "Azotara" and the rail wagon factory "Bratstvo". Currently the biggest export industry in town is the "Siemens Subotica" wind generators factory and it is the biggest brownfield investment so far. The other big companies in Subotica are: Fornetti, ATB Sever and Masterplast. More recent companies to come to Subotica include Dunkermotoren and NORMA Group. Tourism is important. In the past few years, Palić has been famous for the Palić Film Festiv...

    Secondary schools

    1. Polytechnic school, Surveying and Construction, Typography, Forestry and Wood Processing 2. Teachers' College, founded in 1689, the oldest college in the country and region 3. "Svetozar Marković" grammar school 4. "Dezső Kosztolányi" Philological grammar school 5. "MEŠC" Electro-mechanical school, recently renamed to "Tehnička Škola - Subotica" (en. "Technical School") 6. "Bosa Milićević" School of Economics 7. "Lazar Nešić" School of Chemistry 8. "Medicinska Škola" Medical School

    Historical schools

    1. Subotica Law School

    Subotica has one major football stadium, the Subotica City Stadium, indoor arena and indoor swimming pool. The local football team is Spartak and plays in the Serbian SuperLiga, the country's primary football competition.

    Newspapers and magazines published in Subotica: 1. Magyar Szó, daily newspaper in Hungarian, founded 1944, published in Subotica since 2006. 2. Subotičke novine, main weekly newspaper in Serbian. 3. Bunjevačke novine, in Bunjevac. 4. Hrvatska riječ, in Croatian. 5. Zvonik, in Croatian

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › LeskovatzLeskovac - Wikipedia

    Website. www .gradleskovac .org. Leskovac ( Serbian Cyrillic: Лесковац, pronounced [lě̞skɔ̝v̞at͡s]) is a city and the administrative center of the Jablanica District in southern Serbia. According to the 2016 census, the city urban area has 63,964 inhabitants, while the city administrative area has 144,632.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › IenibazarNovi Pazar - Wikipedia

    Novi Pazar is located in the valleys of the Jošanica, Raška, Deževska, and Ljudska rivers. It lies at an elevation of 496m, in the southeast Raška region. The city is surrounded by the Golija and Rogozna mountains, and the Pešter plateau lies to the west. The total area of the city administrative area is 742 km².

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

    Kruševac ( Serbian Cyrillic: Крушевац, pronounced [krûʃeʋats] ( listen)) is a city and the administrative center of the Rasina District in central Serbia. It is located in the valley of West Morava, on Rasina river. According to the 2011 census, the city administrative area has a population of 128,752, while the urban area has ...

  6. Urban area (sq. km) površina_urban: Area of the place's urban area in square kilometers. Broj: neobavezno: Urban area footnotes: površina_urban_fusnote: Reference(s) for the urban area, placed within tags, possibly using the citing format at {Cite web} Tekst: neobavezno: Rural area (sq. km) površina_rural: Area of the place's rural area in ...

  7. This is a list of cities in the United Kingdom that are officially designated such as of 2015. It lists those places that have been granted city status by letters patent or royal charter . There are currently a total of 69 such cities in the United Kingdom : 51 in England, seven in Scotland, six in Wales, and five in Northern Ireland. [1]

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