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  Janjevci
Janjevci are inhabitants of the Kosovo town of Janjevo and surrounding villages, located near Pristina as well as villages centered around Letnica near Vitina.
The Janjevci as a specific group are one of two Roman Catholic South Slavic regional subgroups in Kosovo.
The Janjevci developed Croatian national identification during the 20th century as they are believed to be descended from traders that came from the Dubrovnik Republic in the late middle ages.
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 Janjevci Information
Janjevci are the inhabitants of the Kosovo town of Janjevo and surrounding villages, located near Pristina as well as villages centered on Letnica near Vitina (Papare, Vrmez, Vrnavo Kolo).
The Janjevci as a specific group are one of two Croatian regional subgroups in Kosovo, belonging to the Slavic ethnic.
The present sitation is as described: 'With the downfall of Milosevic's policy in Kosovo and with the exodus of most of the Serb population, the survival of the remaining Croat population also became uncertain.
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 Janjevci - guideofcasinos.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Janjevci are inhabitants of the Kosovo town of Janjevo and surrounding villages, located near Pristina as well as villages centered around Letnica near Vitina (Papare, Vrmez, Vrnavo Kolo).
The Janjevci are descended from traders who came to Kosovo in 14th century (earliest recorded date is 1303) from the Dubrovnik Republic, modern-day Croatia.
The Janjevci have since returned the Serbian houses to their owners and instead had houses built for themselves in a new part of Kistanje caled Novo Naselje (lit.
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The Janjevci as a specific group are one of two regional subgroups in Kosovo with strong links to the Croats.
They belong to the Slavic ethnicities and are believed to be mostly descended from traders who settled in Kosovo during the 14th century from the Republic of Dubrovnik, modern-day Croatia, and nearby Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to records in 2002, there are 966 families of Janjevci on Croatia, with the majority of them residing in the capital Zagreb (669 families), and the rest in other parts of Croatia (297 families).
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Janjevci (Janjevs) are inhabitants of the Kosovo town of Janjevo and surrounding villages, located near Pristina as well as villages centered on Letnica near Vitina (Papare, Vrmez, Vrnavo Kolo).
The Janjevs as a specific group are one of two Croatian regional subgroups in Kosovo, belonging to the Slavic ethnic.
The Janjevci were also sutiable for this plan cause they had big birth rate and counted that they will overnumber aboriginal Serbs in short time.
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The Janjevci developed Croatian national identification during the20th century as they are believed to be descended from traders that came from the Dubrovnik Republic in the late middle ages.
Ever since 1974, they have been migrating from Kosovo to Croatia, during the process of Yugoslavia 's disintegration and the Yugoslav wars.
Many of the Janjevci settled in Serb homes in inner Dalmatia in 1996, particularly thevillage of Kistanje which was abandonedin 1995 following OperationStorm.
www.anoca.org /kosovo/croatia/janjevci.html   (266 words)

  
 Torlakian Information
Torlakian is now seen in Serbia—and to a degree in Macedonia and Bulgaria—as an uneducated and provincial dialect of the dominant language, and most Torlakian speakers have accepted Serbian, Macedonian, and Bulgarian as their cultural identities, supplanting Torlakian culture.
Also, among the traditional speakers of Torlakian are the non-Serb Slavs of Kosovo such as the Muslim Gorani and Catholic Janjevci, whose ethnic affiliations are appropriated by neighboring nations.
Literature written in Torlakian is rather sparse, as the dialect has never been an official state language, and for the most part of the history literacy in the region was limited to Eastern Orthodox clergy, which chiefly used Old Church Slavonic in writing.
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 US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : Croat
The influx was increased by the arrival of Croatian refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina and from Vojvodina (Bačka and especially Srijem).
After the war's end in 1995, most Croatian refugees returned to their previous homes, while some (mostly Croat refugees from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Janjevci from Kosovo) moved into the formerly-held Serb apartments.
The area settled by Croats has a large diversity of historical and cultural influences, as well as diversity of terrain and geography.
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 Janjevci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
The Janjevs as a specific group are one of two Roman Catholic South Slavic regional subgroups in Kosovo.
Following the return of Serbian refugees, the village became divided between two hostile communities.
The Janjevci have since returned the Serbian houses to their owners and instead built properties for themselves in a new part of Kistanje caled Novo Naselje (lit.
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 Geoadria 9/1
Janjevci, one of the oldest ethnic groups of Croats, have lived in Kosovo for seven centuries, outside their mother country, among the majority of Serbs and Albanians.
Janjevci su kao jedna od najstarijih etničkih grupa Hrvata izvan matične zemlje živjeli tijekom sedam stoljeća na Kosovu, u okruženju većinskih naroda Srba i Albanaca.
Istočni dio Zagreba, s dominacijom malih obiteljskih kuća od 1970-ih godina postaje glavna gradska četvrt u kojoj Janjevci grade kuće, otvaraju trgovine i radionice.
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 Serbian Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
On Sunday, October 9, 2005, a group of some twenty young men, Janjevci* from Kistanje, stopped a group of students of the seminary of the Holy Three Hierarchs in the monastery of Krka, who were returning from Kistanje to the monastery.
On that occasion the seminarians were insulted with regard to their religion and nationality without any provocation on their part.
The administration of the seminary of the Holy Three Hierarchs informed the police regarding the incident and an investigation is in progress.
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 Dis 339
U znak zahvalnosti za brigu o Hrvatima na Kosovu, Janjevci su nadbiskupu tijekom misnog slavlja, koje je predvodio u zajedništvu s prizrenskim biskupom mons.
Unatoč kišovitom vremenu i blatu, koje je svojstveno ne samo Janjevu već i središtu Prištine, Janjevci su "najznačajnijeg gosta iz Hrvatske u zadnjih trideset godina" dočekali u svečanoj odjeći.
Zahvaljujući svome umijeću, proizvodnim i trgovačkim poslovima, Janjevci su pristojno živjeli.
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 Claensing Serbs from Western Slavonia
This has to a large extent been the culmination of a grand project to create an ethnically pure Croat state in which, as formulated by the Croat state project from XIX century, there is no place for ethnic Serbian, orthodox population.
For it to be completely realized, in preparation is the final stage of ethnic cleatization of Western Slavonia: certain ethnically completely cleansed but little damaged ethnic Serb settlements are being settled these days by ethnic Croats from Janjevci (Kosovo and Metohija, Republic of Serbia).
Several hundred of them, who sold out their properties on Kosovo or have left it to family member use, have already settled in Miokovicevo, Katinac, Nova Krivaja and Puklica, recently ethnic Serb settlements.
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 August 28, 1995 Vreme News Digest Agency No 204
As far as the most recent peace plan is concerned, which could include a solution to the problem of Krajina refugees, Vejinovic says that international factors must first resolve their own misunderstandings and the conflict of interests in Yugoslavia, and must insure means by which they would guarantee the provisions of the plan.
Dusan Ecimovic, on the other hand, reminds of the fate of 20,000 or so refugees who fled Western Slavonija in May. Their property is now being inhabited by Croats who fled in 1991, but also by "new" Croats from Vukovar, Banja Luka, Posavina in Bosnia, and the second wave of Janjevci from Kosovo.
It must also be noted that in 1992 a plan had been drawn aimed at the return of refugees to Western Slavonija.
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 ۞ Janjevci - Infos und Erklärungen auf www.technikToday.de   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Die Janjevci (deutsch: Janjever) sind eine regionale kroatische Minderheit im Kosovo.
Ihren Namen haben sie von der Stadt Janjevo in der Nähe von Prishtina, in der auch heute die meisten von ihnen leben.
Vor 1991 gab es rund 5.000 Janjevci im Kosovo, 1998 waren es noch 1.800.
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 Janjevci Did You Mean janjevci?
After the Kosovo War had ended, the remaining Croats started emigrating due to disorder and harassment by ethnic Albanians.
Article on Janjevci, category, different spelling or sense
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 Kosovo population data-points
1991 359,346 Total population - 214,555 Orthodox Serbs (194,190 Serbians and 20,365 Montenegrins) - 9,091 Albanians (most boycotted) - 57,758 (Slavic) Muslims - 44,307 Roma - 10,445 Turks - 8,062 Croats (Janjevci) - 3,457 Yugoslavs
Official Yugoslav statistical corrections, with the help of previous censa results (1948-81)
1,956,196 Total population (corrected from 359,346) - 214,555 Orthodox Serbs (194,190 Serbians and 20,365 Montenegrins) - 1,596,072 or 81,6 % Albanians (corrected from 9,091) - 66,189 (Slavic) Muslims (corrected from 57,758) - 45,745 Roma (corrected from 44,307) - 10,445 Turks - 8,062 Croats (Janjevci) - 3,457 Yugoslavs
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 JANJEVO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Zovem se Pasko Ivanovic i zivim u Kistanjama - Novom Janjevu kako ga volimo zvati mi janjevci.
I would like to find some information about people from Janjevo all over the world if somebody know some information pleace send it to this mail: pasko@vip.hr
: Zovem se Pasko Ivanovic i zivim u Kistanjama - Novom Janjevu kako ga volimo zvati mi janjevci.
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