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  Celje tekst
Vendar sta pospešena industrializacija in urbanizacija rušila nacrte mešcanov, da bi Celje ostalo turisticno mesto.
It was clear that Counts of Celje raised to the rank of princes, needed their own town for the center of principality, which required all city administration of the time, including the mayor.
Celje is situated on the juncture of the highway and the railway
www.celje.si /zemljevid/eng/web-content/celjetekst.html   (1528 words)

  
  Celje - Wikipedia
It is located under the Upper Celje Castle (407 m) at the confluence of the rivers Savinja (also in some older English texts Sann), Ložnica[?] and Voglajna[?] (with its tributary Hudinja[?]) in the lowest part of the Savinja valley.
Celje acquired market-town status in the first half of the 14th century and town rights on April 11, 1451 by orders from Celje count Frederic II (Friderik II).
In the end of the 19th century and in the early 1900s, Celje was a strong center of German denationalization.
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  tScholars.com | Counts of Celje   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the Middle Ages, the town of Celje was the property of the Counts of Celje (Slovene Celjski grofje, German Grafen von Cilli).
When the last count of Celje died without an heir, all of their domains were passed on to the Habsburgs, their biggest rivals (the Counts of Celje and the Habsburgs had an agreement, that the family which died out first, would leave all its' possessions to the other one).
Margaret of Celje d 1480, heiress of the dynasty, married (1) Count Herman of Montfort and (2) Duke Vladislav of Teschen
www.tscholars.com /encyclopedia/Counts_of_Celje   (304 words)

  
 Top Literature - Counts of Celje
Counts of Cilli, also Counts of Celje (Slovene Celjski grofje, German Grafen von Cilli) represent the most important medieval aristocratic and ruling house with roots and territory in present-day Slovenia.
The name "Counts of Cilli" was given to the house by emperor Louis IV of Bavaria in 1341 and derived from the medieval name Cilli of town Celje at Savinja river in present Slovenia.
With the death of Ulrich II the male line of the Counts of Cilli died out, and after the war of succession all of their estates and property were handed over to the Habsburgs on the basis of the inheritance agreement.
encyclopedia.topliterature.com /?title=Counts_of_Celje   (697 words)

  
 Heraldry and vexillology of Slovenia
The Slovenian coat of arms is a heraldic composite, combining elements from the coats of arms of the Counts of Celje (golden stars), the Duchy of Carniola (colors) and the Socialist Republic of Slovenia (Mountain Triglav).
The assassination of the last male descendant of the Celje dynasty in 1456 brought to an end the period of native rule in the Slovenian lands.
The coat of arms of the present-day Republic of Slovenia is a heraldic composite, incorporating the stars of the Counts of Celje, the Slovenian national colors and the image of Triglav.
www.un.int /slovenia/insignia.html   (810 words)

  
 Virtualna Slovenija - Štajerska - Celje - mesto town
During the last Counts of Celje, the town was the only genuine center of humanism and renaissance in the Slovenian land and one of the most important political centres in Europe of that time.
In fact, in the late period of the Principate, during the last Counts of Celje, the town was the only genuine center of humanism and renaissance in the Slovenian land and one of the most important political centres in Europe of that time.
Celje steadily and persistently began to transform into a holiday resort town, known wide and around for its attention and domestic atmosphere, wonderful surroundings, curative treatment baths in the crystal clear waters of the river Savinja, gracious cultural life and numerous preserved remnants of its opulent history.
www.burger.si /Celje/CeljeENG_Opis.html   (2877 words)

  
 Sloveniancoast.com Slovenia, Slovenia Holidays SLOVENIA, slovenia, Hotels Slovenia, Ski Europe
Celje became the capital of a principality when the Counts of Celje were elevated to the status of princes in 1436.
When Count Ulrik II was assassinated in Belgrade by his Hungarian rivals In 1456, the cry "the Counts of Celje today and never again" marked the end of their dynasty and the city came under Hapsburg rule.
Celje defied natural disasters and enemies such as floods and the Turks and continued to develop its flourishing trade and commerce to strengthen its position as one of the most important cities in Lower Styria.
www.sloveniancoast.com /map/celje.htm   (240 words)

  
 Samobor - Heritage - Croatian National Tourist Board
The burg was owned by a number of eminent families and persons (the Babonics, Counts Celjski, the Frankopans, the Ungnads, the ErdÂdys, the Kulmers, the Kiepachs, the Allnochs).
Below the burg Stari Grad is the historical core of Samobor, Taborec, with wooden houses and the Gothic church of St. Michael, restored in Baroque style.
It is a spacious one-nave structure with three side chapels on each of the sides and the polygonal sanctuary supported by pillars; the high belfry rises next to the main front with the Renaissance portal; the belfry has a Baroque cap (the bell was made by J. Friedmann in Zagreb, 1761).
www.croatia.hr /English/Destinacije/Opcenito.aspx?idDestination=451&idProperty=55   (513 words)

  
 Posta Slovenije d.o.o. : Stamp Land : Philately : Postal Stationery : 2005 Postal Stationery :
Celje — Slovenia's third largest city — is situated in the southeastern part of the Celje Basin at the confluence of the Savinja and Voglajna rivers.
The first mention of Celje in the Middle Ages was under the name of Cylie in Admont's Chronicle.
In 1333, when Celje was already a market town, it was taken over by the Žovnek family, which later assumed the title of the Counts of Celje (also known as Counts of Cilli).
www.posta.si /Namizje.aspx?tabid=619&artikelid=8342   (346 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Friderik II, the count of Celje who lived in the 15th century, married to a Croat princess Elizabeta Frankopanska, fell in love with Veronika Deseniška, whose origins are unknown; supposedly she was a chambermaid, surely of lower rank than her beloved.
The decline of the majestic Counts of Celje came in 1456, when the last of the counts, Ulrik II, was stabbed in his back in Belgrade by one of his opponents.
Under the Habsburg reign, Celje was quickly developing into a strong centre of commerce and crafts and, thanks to its strong city walls, which are still seen in certain parts of Celje, resisted successfully the attacks of the Turks.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Counts of Celje   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hermann II, Count of Celje (Count of Cilli) (about 1365 - 13 October 1435), Ban of Croatia, Slovenia and Dalmatia, was son of Herman I, Count of Celje and his wife Katerina of Bosnia.
Anna of Celje (1386-1416) was Queen consort of Poland and grand duchess of Lithuania, 1402-16 as second wife of Jogaila Władysław Jagiełło of Poland and Lithuania (reigned 1377-1434).
Celje acquired market-town status in the first half of the 14th century and town rights on April 11 1451 by orders from the Count of Celje Frederic II (Friderik II).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Counts-of-Celje   (805 words)

  
 Celje - RecipeFacts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Celje is a charasteristic Central European town and a regional center of the Southwestern Lower Styria (Jugozahodna Spodnja Štajerska) and the administrative seat of the municipality of the same name.
The first mention of Celje in the Middle Ages was under the name of Cylie in Admont's Chronicle, which was written between the years 1122 and 1137.
In the end of the 19th century and in the early 1900s, Celje was a strong center of German denationalization.
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 Short history
It was under the ownership of the counts of Gorica until 1374, when it was sold to the counts of Celje.
Count Ulrik II of Celje died in 1456 without an heir and the family died out with him.
By a hereditary contract of the counts of Habsburg, the castle of Žužemberk, among others, became the property of the Habsburg counts.
geocities.com /zuzemberk/history.htm   (528 words)

  
 Celje - Wikipedia Mirror
Celje is a charasteristic Central European town and a regional center of the Southwestern Lower Styria (Jugozahodna Spodnja Štajerska) and the administrative seat of the municipality of the same name.
The escutcheon of Celje originates from the Counts of Celje.
Celje's region is frequently shaken by minor earthquakes.
www.wiki-mirror.be /index.php/Celje   (1312 words)

  
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Count Frederic I was married to Ann of Walsee.
Count Herman I married in 1361 the daughter of Stephen II Kotromanic, the Ban (sovereign) of Bosnia.
In this sense, the Counts of Celje were suitable to represent Great-Serbia as forerunners of the Yugoslav idea (ideology) because of their one-time relationship with Kotromanic in Bosnia and Brankovic in Serbia, as well as their position as Bans (regents) of Croatia.
www.carantha.net /slovenian_nobility_m.htm   (8463 words)

  
 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The house should be referred to in English by the original historic name "of Cilli", although the name "of Celje" is widely used.
Image:Ordines_Sacri_Romani_Imperii.jpgCounts of Cilli in the structure of the Holy Roman Empire Image:Quaterionenadler_David_de_Negker.jpgCounts of Cilli in the structure of the Holy Roman Empire Image:Meister der Chronik des Konzils von Konstanz 001.jpgSigismund and Barbara on konzilum in Kostanz Image:Wappen_Celje_si.pngCoat of arms of Celje Image:Slovenia_Coat_of_Arms.pngSlovenian coat of arms
Frederick I of Cilli (+ 1360), from 1341 count of Celje
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 Counts of Celje
In the Middle Ages, the town of Celje was the property of the Counts of Celje (Slovenian Celjski grofje, German Grafen von Cilli).
They were a well-known noble family of Slovenia and the only true counts of Slovenian ethnicity.
They began their glory in a small castle in Žovnek (German Sannegg), Braslovče (Upper Savinja valley), but in a short period of time they owned more than 20 castles all over Slovenia and beyond through the marriages of their daughters.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/co/counts_of_celje.html   (129 words)

  
 Counts of Celje - Definition, explanation
In the Middle Ages, the town of Celje was the property of the Counts of Celje (Slovene Celjski grofje, German Grafen von Cilli).
They were a well-known noble family of Slovenia and the only true counts of Slovene ethnicity.
Margaret of Celje d 1480, heiress of the dynasty, married (1) Count Herman of Montfort and (2) Duke Vladislav of Teschen
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/c/co/counts_of_celje.php   (206 words)

  
 Celje: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
...Slovenia, e-mail: valentina.brecko@ff.uni-lj.si A native of Celje (Slovenia), she graduated in 1991 at the Geography Department...Ljubljana, Slovenia, e-mail: Metka.Spes@UniLj.si A native of Celje (Slovenia), she was awarded an M. Sc.
...575,904 5.8 Banka Celje 538,538 5...477,441 5.6 Banka Celje 436,445 5...31.) Ibid.
Ljubljana, Maribor and Celje are the chief cities.
www.questia.com /library/encyclopedia/celje.jsp   (930 words)

  
 Celje, Slovenia
Because of Celje and Celje citizens and Slovenian parallel classes at Celje gymnasium 1895 even fell Austrian government of Alfred Windischgrätz.
They were filled with the Croatian, Serbian and Slovenian armies as well as the civilians, who opposed the communist revolution during the war; this meant physically eliminating the potential political opposition.
The bodies were buried in hidden mass graves in Celje; the exact numbers are still not known.
www.creekin.net /c6534-n168-celje-slovenia.html   (1318 words)

  
 Celje - Slovenia - the third largest town in Slovenia
Celje is the third largest town in Slovenia and is the administrative, business, economic, commercial, cultural, educational, medical, sports, and market center of the region.
The name Celje is the final derivation of the original name Kelleia, a major Celtic settlement in the 3rd and 2nd centuries B.C. The name changed to Celeia (Latin) in Roman times when the town flourished as a Roman administrative center.
As a regional center, Celje is the seat of many regional and intermunicipal institutions including several secondary schools, an art academy, and a university department, while in the field of culture, the Celje Theatre and numerous music groups, choirs, and ensembles are active year round.
www.randburg.com /si/celje.html   (935 words)

  
 Nacionalno Turistično Združenje - National Tourist Association [Pleterje - Church of the Holy Trinity]
Thus the monastery, after those in Žiče, Jurklošter and Bistra the youngest Carthusian monastery in Slovenia, was an institution of the Counts of Celje, supporters of the order even prior to that time.
In the beginning of the 15th century, the regulations of the Carthusian order that originated in France were already loose to that extent that only one monastery was built in Pleterje and not two, one for the monastic brothers and a completely separate one for the lay brothers.
The count died in 1435 and is buried in the monastery.
www.ntz-nta.si /content.asp?id=5838   (720 words)

  
 Savinjska - Regions - Slovenia - Official Travel Guide -
From one of the most beautiful alpine valleys past the medieval castle inspirations of the Celje Counts to mysterious Kozjansko, the Savinjska region offers secret corners of unspoiled nature, thermal and climatic health resorts, towns and cities with interesting pasts and lively presents, hospitable farms, places with sporting challenges.
The Lower Savinja valley is primarily renowned as the “valley of hops,” but also as the home territory of the famous Counts of Celje, originally the lords of Žovnek Castle near today’s Braslovče and its three attractive lakes.
The center of the basin is Celje, the “City of Princes” below the renovated Celje Castle.
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 A walk through the town's old centre
Celje is a very old or, better to say, an ancient town.
The Celje Theatre building used to be one of the corner defence towers of the town's city walls.
The Princes of Celje Square is surrounded by the Prothasi Mansion, the Municipal Hall and the Lower Castle.
www.o-4os.ce.edus.si /projekti/celje-mojemesto/nasemesto/en-potpostarem.htm   (194 words)

  
 Celje (Civic Municipality, Slovenia)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The coat of arms of Celje is a blue shield with three yellow six-pointed stars two over one (azure, three mullets or).
This is the coat of arms of the Counts of Celje, and the origin of the three stars on the national coat of arms of Slovenia.
According to Zalokar [zal90], the municipal flag used in Celje until 1995 is prescribed by the municipal statutes Status občine Celje, adopted on 19 February 1982 and published in the official Slovene gazette Uradni list Republike Slovenije, amended in 1990 (Uradni list 23/90 and 37/90) and in 1991 (Uradni list 23/91).
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 Counts of Celje . Slovenians . Ulrich III of Celje . 1406 . Slovenian language . Savinja . 1456
Ulrich III Slovene language Slovene Ulrik Celjski 1406 1456, also known as Ulrich Cillei was Counts of Celje Count of Celje Ulrich Cillei was the son of Frederick II of Cilli Frederick II, Count of Celje, and Elizabeth Frankopan.
His influence in the troubled affairs of Kingdom of Hungary Hungary and the Holy Roman Empire Empire early overshadowed that...
Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset approximate date Ulrich Cillei, count of Cillei Laurentius Valla, Italian humanist...
www.uk.knowledge-info.org /Counts_of_Celje-UK-9737997-rz   (535 words)

  
 TrekLens | Dark Ages Return Photo
Celje had nearly become the ruler of Europe in 1450.
In the Middle Ages, the town of Celje was the property of the Counts of Celje (Slovene Celjski grofje, German Grafen von Cilli).
When the last count of Celje died without an heir, all of their domains were passed on to the Habsburgs, their biggest rivals (the Counts of Celje and the Habsburgs had an agreement, that the family which died out first, would leave all its' possessions to the other one).
www.treklens.com /gallery/Europe/Slovenia/photo244312.htm   (297 words)

  
 Welcome to Celje
The town of Celje expends over the banks of the Savinja river.
Celje is the third biggest town in Slovenia.
It has always been known for its thriving trade, but nowadays industry is also a very important activity.
www2.arnes.si /~osljledina3s/dobren/celjeang.html   (106 words)

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