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Belgrade (Serbian, Београд, Beograd), (population 1.2 million, 1,717,800 including the suburbs by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia (since 1404) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
Belgrade is in northern central Serbia, on the outfall of the Sava river to the Danube, surrounded from three sides by autonomous province of Vojvodina.
Various parts of Belgrade have wildly variying architecture, from the center of Zemun, which is a typical one for a Vojvodina town, via still remaining Turkish-styled buildings and street layout of the centre of Belgrade, to modern architecture and layout of New Belgrade.
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 Belgrade
Belgrade (Serbo-Croatian, Beograd, German Belgrad), (population 1.2 million, 1.6 including the suburbs) is the capital of Serbia (since 1817) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
Thrice occupied by Austria (1688-1690, 1717-1739, 1789-1791), the city was briefly held (1806-1813) by Serbian forces during the first national uprising against Ottoman rule, and in 1817 became the capital of an autonomous principality of Serbia (except in the period from 1818-1839, when Kragujevac was the country's capital city).
Belgrade was bombed by NATO aviation during the Kosovo War in 1999 which caused substantial damage.
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The government in Belgrade and the much-reduced Serbian community in Kosovo have argued that such sal...
Belgrade (Serbo-Croatian, Београд, Beograd, German Belgrad), (population 1.2 million, 1,717,800 including the suburbs by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia (since 1817) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
The first Serbian king to rule Belgrade was Dragutin (1276-1282), who received it as a present from the Hungarian king.
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 Belgrade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Belgrade was subsequently occupied by the Kingdom of Hungary, whose forces under John Hunyadi defended it in the siege of Nándorfehérvár of 1456.
In 1521, the fort was captured by the Ottoman Turks, and Belgrade remained under Ottoman rule for nearly three centuries.
Various parts of Belgrade have wildly varying architecture, from the center of Zemun, which is a typical one for a Vojvodina town, via still remaining Turkish-styled buildings and street layout of the centre of Belgrade, to modern architecture and layout of Novi Beograd.
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Sava river to the Danube river in northern central Serbia, at 44.83° N 20.50° E. Population in Belgrade region 1,711,800 (2002 census.)
Belgrade was under some form of attack some 54 times since AD 1, or every 37 years on average.
Belgrade is in northern central Serbia, on the outfall of the Sava river to the Danube, surrounded from three sides by autonomous province of
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 Belgrade -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Belgrade ((A member of a Slavic people who settled in Serbia and neighboring areas in the 6th and 7th centuries) Serbian, Београд, Beograd), is the (A seat of government) capital (2003–) of (A mountainous republic in southeastern Europe) Serbia and Montenegro and (A mountainous republic in southeastern Europe) Yugoslavia (1918–2003).
Belgrade was subsequently occupied by the (Click link for more info and facts about Kingdom of Hungary) Kingdom of Hungary, whose forces under (Click link for more info and facts about John Hunyadi) John Hunyadi defended it in the (Click link for more info and facts about siege of Nándorfehérvár) siege of Nándorfehérvár of 1456.
In March 1972, Belgrade was at the centre of the last major outbreak of (A highly contagious viral disease characterized by fever and weakness and skin eruption with pustules that form scabs that slough off leaving scars) smallpox in Europe.
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Belgrade was bombed by NATO NATO aviation during the Kosovo War Kosovo War in 1999 1999 which caused substantial damage.
Belgrade is in northern central Serbia, on the outfall of the Sava Sava river to the Danube Danube, surrounded from three sides by autonomous province of Vojvodina Vojvodina.
Various parts of Belgrade have wildly variying architecture architecture, from the center of Zemun Zemun, which is a typical one for a Vojvodina Vojvodina town, via still remaining Turkish-styled buildings and street layout of the centre of Belgrade, to modern architecture and layout of New Belgrade New Belgrade.
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 Belgrade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The city lies on the outfall of the Sava river to the Danube river in northern central Serbia, at 44.83° N 20.50° E. The population of the Belgrade region 1,711,800 (2002 census.)
(Belgrade could also mean "East Town" because the Slavic word "beli" means "east" too.) It passed again through Byzantine and Bulgarian rule before emerging as a city of the medieval Serbian kingdom.
After elections in 2000 Belgrade was the site of major demonstrations which caused the ousting of president Milošević.
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Belgrade (Serbian, Београд, Beograd), (population 1,717,800 by census of 2002) is the capital of
World War I, Belgrade experienced faster growth and significant modernisation as the capital of the new kingdom of Yugoslavia during the 1920s and 1930s, growing in population to 239,000 by 1931 with the incorporation of the northern suburb of
Various parts of Belgrade have wildly varying architecture, from the center of Zemun, which is a typical one for a
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The first Serbian king to rule Belgrade was Dragutin (1276 - 1282), who received it as a present from the Hungarian king.
Belgrade was under some form of attack around 54 times since 1, or every 37 years on average.
The center of Belgrade lies on the right bank of Danube, and on the left bank begins Banat plain with not too dense inhabited suburb s.
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 Belgrade at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Belgrade (Serbo-Croatian, Београд, Beograd, German Belgrad), (population 1.2 million, 1,717,800 including the suburbs by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia (since 1404) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and Montenegro.
The Belgrade Lakes include the towns of Belgrade and parts of Rome, Sidney, and Belgrade; and, as it was some eighty years ago, it is still a most popular place to visit, vacation, or live.
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 Belgorod - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Belgorod   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
See Belgorod (disambiguation) for several other historical towns in Russia and Ukraine also named Belgorod.
The name Belgorod (like Belgrade in Serbia) is the Slavic for "white city", the vicinity being rich in limestone.
The settlement is first mentioned in 1237, when it was ravaged by the hordes of Batu Khan.
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 Belgrade article - Belgrade Serbian 2002 capital Serbia 1404 Yugoslavia 1918 2003 Sava Danube - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Belgrade article - Belgrade Serbian 2002 capital Serbia 1404 Yugoslavia 1918 2003 Sava Danube - What-Means.com
Various parts of Belgrade have wildly variying architecture, from the center of Zemun, which is a typical one for a Vojvodina town, via still remaining Turkish-styled buildings and street layout of the centre of Belgrade, to modern architecture and layout of Novi Beograd.
Belgrade article - Belgrade definition - what means Belgrade
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 Belgrade disambiguation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Belgrade (disambiguation) - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Belgrade (disambiguation).
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 Belgrade Montana
Belgrade (Serbian,Београд, Beograd), (population in Belgrade region 1,711,800 by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia and Montenegro (since 2003) and Yugoslavia (1918 - 2003).
Belgrade (Flag) (Coat of Arms) Mayor Nenad Bogdanović Area 359.96 km² Population  - city  - urban  - density 1.273.651 1.576.124 3538(4378)/km² Time zone UTC +1 founded became capital last independence 878 1403 1867 Latitude Longitude 44°83' N 20°50' E Area code +381 11 Car plates BG Official Website  (http: www.beograd.org.yu/)
Where the Vinca culture existed and dominated the Balkans about 8000years ago, Belgrade counts as the one of the oldest European and maybe world cities.
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 Encyclopedia: 2003
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Human shield is a military term describing the use of civilians to deter an enemy from attacking certain targets—in particular military targets.
April 3 is the 93rd day of the year (94th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar, with 272 days remaining.
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 ICC Help: PGN-spec
Note that the above disambiguation is needed only to distinguish among moves of the same piece type to the same square; it is not used to distinguish among attacks of the same piece type to the same square.
An example of this would be a position with two white knights, one on square c3 and one on square g1 and a vacant square e2 with White to move.
However, if the white king were at square e1 and a fl bishop were at square b4 with a vacant square d2 (thus an absolute pin of the white knight at square c3), then only one white knight (the one at square g1) could move to square e2: "Ne2".
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 Belgrade - InformationBlast
Belgrade (Serbo-Croatian, Београand#1076, Beograd), (population 1.2 million, 1,717,800 including the suburbs by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia (since 1404) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
This means that, statistically, every citizen of Belgrade can expect to see two attacks on the city in his/her life; most of the current citizens will see one more.
Mitrovića prolaz - the shortest street in Belgrade
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 Belgrade News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
1) " Belgrade" -- in the term Belgrade News
It passed again through Byzantine and Bulgarian rule beforeemerging as a city of the medieval Se...
News is the reporting of current events usually by local,regional or mass media in the form of newspapers, television and radio programs, or sites on the World Wide Web.
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 Belgrade Details, Meaning Belgrade Article and Explanation Guide
Belgrade Details, Meaning Belgrade Article and Explanation Guide
Belgrade (Serbian, Београд, Beograd), (population 1,717,800 by census of 2002) is the capital of Serbia (since 1403) and Serbia and Montenegro (since 2003) and Yugoslavia (1918-2003).
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 Winston Churchill
Behind that line lie all the capitals of the ancient states of Central and Eastern Europe.
Warsaw, Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest and Sofia, all these famous cities and the populations around them lie in what I must call the Soviet sphere."
Following Labour's defeat in the General Election of 1951, Churchill again became Prime Minister.
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 Belgrade Maine
1) " Belgrade" -- As to Belgrade Maine
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2) " Mt" -- in the term Belgrade Mt or mt may stand for:
Abbreviation for empty, especially in use with compressed gas tanks
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 Belgrade (disambiguation)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Belgrade (disambiguation)
Belgrade (disambiguation)
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It uses material from the wikipedia article Belgrade (disambiguation).
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