Synonyms for pozarevac or Related words with pozarevac

lazarevac              kladovo              mladenovac              negotin              sombor              viljevo              vranje              zmajevo              lebane              aleksinac              travnik              jakovo              prokuplje              gnjilane              chernovtsy              kosovska              belgrad              loznica              petrinja              nakovo              zrenjanin              banatska              krupanj              karaorman              kratovo              strumica              ristovac              palanka              kostajnica              maglaj              vlasotince              gevgelija              prijepolje              skoplje              kiseljak              berovo              glina              srbac              zombor              bosanski              tomislavgrad              ljig              priboj              kriva              dubica              valjevo              bogojevo              koceljeva              vlaznimi              kicevo             

Examples of "pozarevac"
Nikola Prsendic (born February 7, 1979, in Pozarevac, Serbia) is a contemporary artist and painter, currently based in Rome, Italy.
Milica Janković (Pozarevac, 23 November 1881-Niska Banja, 27 June 1939) was a Serbian writer of prose and verse.
The Monastery treasury, which had been relatively rich even before, got additionally enriched at that time. As Vitovnica Monastery near Pozarevac was looted by the Turks, its monks took the most valuable liturgy objects to Besenovo. These included, also, a Four-Gospel, plated by Vuk Kondo, as well as silver glass by the famous silversmith Luka.
Krnjevo is a small town in the municipality of Velika Plana, Serbia. By road it is southeast of the Belgrade. According to the 2002 census, the town has a population of 4,253 people. The area, with its rich black soils, belongs to the Smederevo wine region which also includes Smederevo, Grocka, and Pozarevac. In 1975, a three-nave early Christian basilica was found here near the banks of the Bashovitsa River.
The Serbian Guard Unit is an elite unit within the Serbian Army, of brigade size, under the direct command of Serbian Armed Forces Chief of Staff. Its purpose to secure vital facilities of the defense system and performing military honors to highest foreign, domestic and military officials. For the needs of Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Army General Staff, the Guard Unit performs tasks within the scope of the military police work and the tasks in the field of logistics and security. Guard continues the tradition of Serbian Guard units which is now almost two centuries long. The first Guard unit formed in Serbia was created on the order of Prince Milos Obrenovic on St. George Day in 1830 in Pozarevac. The Guard Unit also sports the official military band of the Serbian Armed Forces - the Guards Band.
In Serbian mythology there is a legend concerning an ala (demon) (a female entity associated with hailstorms,madness and disease ) fabled to have died in a cave near the town of Golubac in the Pozarevac District in Eastern Serbia.The rotting corpse of this being is said to send forth each Spring a swarm of Golubatz flies - individuals of the species Simulium colombaschense. The fact that the Golubatz fly is a voracious bloodsucker and disease vector (epidemiology) accords well with the functions attributed to the ala, emphasising her malign potency - even in death - while the legend provides, reciprocally, a folkloric explanation for the genesis of so unpleasant an insect.The specific name "colombaschense" signifies 'of Golubac' (Serbian pronunciation: 'Golubatz' ) - the name of the village (signifying "dovecote" from Slavic "golub" a dove/pigeon (see Columbidae), cognate with Latin (language) "columba",having the same meaning)."S.colombaschense" was a notorious insect pest of the Banat (part of the Pannonian Basin,bordered to the south by the Danube),during the 18th century.
His first professional club was Serbian Mladi Radnik Pozarevac. In 2011 he moved to Polish Champion, one of the most successful Polish team of PlusLiga, PGE Skra Bełchatów. With PGE Skra Belchatów he won silver medal of Polish Championship in 2011/2012. He has silver medal of Club World Championships from 2012. He won with the club from Bełchatów the Polish Cup in 2012. In 2012 PGE Skra Belchatów, with Konstantin, gained the silver medal of CEV Champions League after the match against Zenit Kazan on Final Four in Łódź, Poland. The match ended controversially, because the judge didn't see an error by a Russian player and ended the match despite the fact that the audience and the players saw the error on screen. He was a player of Sir Safety Perugia in season 2013/2014. On May 4, 2014, he won silver medal of Italian Championship 2013/2014. On May 8, 2014 was announced officially that Cupković moved to the Polish club Transfer Bydgoszcz. In 2015 went to Tours VB. On May 25, 2016, his transfer to Olympiacos was announced officially.
Besides horse racing, the riders of Dunavsko kolo "Knez Mihajlo" from Požarevac also organized a horse exhibit. The horse exhibit was located in the area of the barracks of the Ninth Infantry regiment at nine o'clock in the morning. The exhibit was divided into 7 competitive classes depending on age and fertility. The main sponsor of the exhibit was the Ministry of Agriculture which donated to the riders of Dunavsko kolo an aid of 2000 dinars. The riders from its own resources acquire urale, zobnice and četke so that all the exhibit horses can get one of those items. During the exhibit they gave awards for each category, 1st place 300 dinars, 2nd place 200 dinars and 3rd 100 dinars. The panel of judges which evaluated horses consisted of the most competent people of Požarevac, who worked on the horse breeding plan. Members of the panel were: director of Public stable"Ljubičevo" Miloš Radosavljević, headmaster of agricultural school Jovan Dulić, veterinarian consultment Petar Savić and Živojin Perić from Pozarevac. Along with participation of over 100 horses from Požarevac and the whole country, couple of breed horses from Požarevac took the awards from all categories.
In October 1912, Serbian authorities arrested sh in Prilep, after questioning was released and immediately went illegally to Bulgaria and joined the military, his royal Majesty Ferdinand I school. On August 25, 1915 was promoted to podporuchnik and then participated in the First World War battlefields of the whole of Macedonia to strengthen its locality Pleven Division of Tumba of Belasitza to end the war. It was awarded a medal for bravery - IV degree. Demobilized as a lieutenant of the Bulgarian Army and soon, 1919 is recorded as a student of the Law Faculty in Sofia. After two years training he moved to Belgrade where to continue his education by working simultaneously to graduating from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade on March 14, 1923. After graduation worked as secretary of the Appeals Court in Belgrade, secretary of the Cassation Court in Belgrade, examining judge, then as a judge in Obrenovac, Uzice, Kraljevo, Ub and Pozarevac, and in 1939 he was appointed chairman of the court in Dubrovnik. In Dubrovnik remains only a few months, being retired with pension administration. His retirement was at the command of the Serbian authorities because of its proximity to Croatian nationalists and politicians, especially because of friendly relations with the leader of the Croatian Peasant Party Vladko Macek, who throughout his career in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, it supports and provides for higher positions justice system. At the end of 1939 returns to bat and opened a law practice. Here he finds WWII.
One of the more known cases was that of Boban Petković and Đorđe Simić, due to the controversial stalling, both of whom are Serbian police reservists; Petković was suspect of murder of 3 Albanian civilians in the village of Rija near Orahovac and Simić as an accomplice. Although the investigation was opened in June 1999 at the Prizren District Court, due to the withdrawal of Serbia's judiciary in favor of UNMIK it had opened up in the District Court of Požarevac in late '99. A judgement was issued in mid 2000 and Petković was found guilty in two counts of murder and sentenced to 4 years and 10 months of prison, while Simić to 1 year as an accomplice. Serbia's Supreme Court had abolished the judgements in 2001 and ordered for a retrial. In a new trial, in which according to the new procedure the individuals were indicted for a "war crime", the District Court of Pozarevac had sentenced Petkovic to 5 years of prison with obligatory psychiatric assistance, while acquitting Simic of all charges. The Supreme Court had considering both the Defense and the Prosecution again abolished the judgements in 2006. The judicial reforms and new organization of Serbia's judicial system had caught up with the case, so it finally began in 2008, under the High Court of Požarevac. However, due to heavy procedural difficulties, demanding cooperation with the EULEX for evidence from the ground, as well as the indicteds' lack of appearance in front of the court, the trial had reached a stalemate in 2011 and 2012. In March 2013 Petković was found guilty by the Požarevac High Court for committing a war crime against civilian population and sentenced to 5 years. The process is currently as of 2014 in its appeal stadium.
Zorica was introduced to fame by Bora Spužić Kvaka, a well known folk singer in the former Yugoslavia . After 5 years of singing in pubs and restaurants, performing at the Hotel "Danube" in Pozarevac she meets the then unknown singer and composer Novica Urosevic with whom she builds a musical career . He had performed with the orchestra of Tihomir Paunovića Tike who was at that time looking for new singers so this was Zorica's opportunity to record a song for Radio Television Belgrade. The first song was recorded for PGP Radio Television Belgrade 20 January 1975 and it was a single with the title track, " Ne daj da nas rastave" (Don't let them break us apart). This song was a big success and the single was issued with a circulation of 300 000 copies. After that success Zorica's songs were often the most listened to on radio stations. She has worked with the orchestra of Branimir Djokic, she later continued collaboration with accordionist Ljuba Kešelj who was her former husband, and in 1985 she marries accordion player and arranger Miroljub Aranđelović Kemiš, after which she achieved even greater success. She has recorded for PGP RTB (later PGP RTS) in Belgrade, and Diskoton in Sarajevo, and Diskos in Aleksandrovac. She achieved artistic collaborations with many of her colleagues by recording duets or being a guest at their concerts . After 5 October revolution she took a break from singing for two years, and then went on to record for the production companys Gold, Grand and VIP . From her early career an interesting fact is that in the restaurants and hotels, among others, she has performed with the Orchestra of the Karic Brothers браће Карић.