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  Nikola, Prince of Montenegro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prince Nicholas of Montenegro (born 7 July 1944) is the pretender to the throne of Montenegro.
The prince is an architect and the founder and president of the Cetinje Biennale of Contemporary Art and fully recognises the independence of Montenegro and the dynastic right to the throne, refusing to recognise any annexation or claims by alien dynasties.
Prince Nikola married at Trebeurden, Côtes-du-Nord on 27 November 1976, Francine who was born at Casablanca, Morocco 27 January 1950), D. Gd Cross Order of Danilo I, House Order of St Peter, fashion Designer and daughter of Antoine Navarro and Rachel Wazana.
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 Nicholas I of Montenegro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nikola was born at the village of Njeguši, the ancient home of the reigning House of Petrović.
Prince Nikola, who had been trained from infancy in martial and athletic exercises, spent a portion of his early boyhood at Trieste in the household of the Kustic family, to which his aunt, the princess Darinka, wife of Danilo II, belonged.
In 1869 Prince Nikola, whose authority was now firmly established, succeeded in preventing the impetuous highlanders from aiding the Krivosians in their revolt against the Austrian government; similarly in 1897 he checked the martial excitement caused by the outbreak of the Greco-Turkish War.
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 Montenegro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Between 1945 and 2003, Montenegro was a Republic of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia respectively.
The principal cities and towns of Montenegro are: the capital Podgorica (139,100 inhabitants), Nikšić (61,700), Pljevlja (18,800), and Bijelo Polje (17,100).
Montenegro formed its own economic policy and switched to the Deutsche Mark as its currency as proposed by foreign economic advisors at the time.
www.worldslastchance.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Montenegro   (1667 words)

  
 Montenegro - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
In the constitution of Montenegro adopted in 1992, the official language of the republic was changed from Serbo-Croat to Serbian of the Ijekavian standard.
Montenegro's parliament on July 12, 2004, adopted a new flag, national day, and anthem, as part of a push for the republic's independence from the state union of Serbia and Montenegro.
The decision was unsuccessfully opposed by the Serb opposition parties in Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Church in Belgrade - on the basis that two verses of the specific version chosen by the Montenegrin government were originally arranged by Nazi collaborator Drljević in the early 20th century.
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 Pretender: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
"crown prince shwebomin" (meaning prince of schwebo, born in 1942) is a pretender to the throne of burma....
Prince james francis edward stuart or stewart (june 10, 1688 - january 1, 1766) was a claimant of the thrones of scotland and england...
Michel lafosse (born in brussels in 1958) claims to be a descendant of charles edward stuart ("bonnie prince charlie") and thus the legitimate jacobite...
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 Pretender - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Archduke Otto, Crown Prince of Austria and Hungary
Prince Gu's adopted son from one of the descendant of Prince Gang of Korea
He was indeed proclaimed Prince of Wales by his supporters on 16 September 1400, and his revolt in quest of Welsh independence was not quashed by Henry IV until 1409.
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 Montenegro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Republic of Montenegro (Serbian: Црна Гора, Crna Gora) is a constituent republic within the state union (political union) of Serbia and Montenegro in the Balkans, on the Adriatic Sea.
In 1516, the secular prince Đurađ Crnojević abdicated in favor of the Archbishop Vavil, who then formed Montenegro into a theocratic state under the rule of the prince-bishop (vladika) of Cetinje, a position held from 1697 by the Petrović-Njegoš family of the Riđani clan.
Montenegro formed its own economic policy and switched to using the Deutsche Mark as its currency as proposed by foreign economic advisors at the time.
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 King Nikola I of Montenegro
The territory of Montenegro was doubled and consolidated under Nikola's central authority in Cetinje.
In 1910, the parliament proclaimed Montenegro a constitutional monarchy with Nikola as king.
Particularly costly was the Montenegro's capture of the Turkish stronghold in the Albanian town of Scutari.
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 Early Montenegro Stamps
Nikola I Petrovic Njegos (1841-1921) was the only king of Montenegro, reigning as a king from 1910 to 1918 and as a prince from 1860 to 1910.
Nikola became sovereign prince of Montenegro on the assassination of his uncle Danilo II in 1860.
However, the independence of Montenegro was recognized by all other countries at the Congress of Berlin in 1878 and in the succeeding decades Montenegro enjoyed considerable prosperity and stability.
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 Yugoslavia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Montenegro officially declared its independence on June 3, 2006, effectively dissolving the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Prince Paul submitted to the fascist pressure and signed the Tripartite Treaty in Vienna on March 25, 1941, hoping to still keep Yugoslavia out of the war.
In March 2002, the Governments of Serbia and Montenegro agreed to reform FRY in favour of a new, much weaker form of cooperation called Serbia and Montenegro.
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 pretender - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
There is also a pretender to the imperial throne of France, in the person of Charles Bonaparte, descendant of the Prince Napolon.
The son of the deposed James II, James Francis Edward Stuart, was a pretender to the throne of Great Britain, and was commonly referred to as The Old Pretender.
Prince Michael of Albany, who claims to be the jacobite heir to the Scottish throne
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 Montenegro Royal Family
Montenegro was ruled by prince-bishops from 1515 until 1851 when Daniel I (1826-1860) established himself as secular ruler.
He became King of Montenegro on 28 August 1910, on the occasion of his Golden Jubilee, when the Kingdom of Montenegro was proclaimed and accorded International recognition as a Sovereign Kingdom.
Montenegro was annexed to the new Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia) on 13 November 1918 but was not recognised by King Nicholas I and he was forced into exile.
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 Montenegro Travel
I doubt Germany and the EU formally allow Montenegro to use Euro as an official curency :*currency: euro - even though Montenegro is not part of the Eurozone, it uses the euro after Germany and the EU allowed it to use the German mark years ago.
Serbia and Montenegro (Serbian: Србија и Црна Гора, ''Srbija i Crna Gora'', often abbreviated as "SCG") is the name of the union of Serbia and Montenegro, two former Yugoslav republics united since 2003 in a loose confederation.
In 1516, the secular prince Djuradj Crnojevic abdicated in favor of the Archbishop Vavil, who then formed Montenegro into a theocratic state, under the rule of the prince-bishop (''vladika'') of Cetinje, a position held from 1697 by the Petrović-Njegoš family of the Riđani clan.
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 Rodoslovlje / Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Crown Prince Karadjordjevic requests that the State of Montenegro returns what belongs to him by the right of inheritance and that was confiscated by the Communists in 1947- among other, two Palaces and 200 land pieces.
The Crown Prince has addresses the Commission for restitution of the Government of Montenegro, through his representatives, requesting the return of the property belonging to Him by the right of inheritance, and confiscated by the Communists after the WW 2.
Beside criticism, Prince Nikola also told us his proposal of compromise: ?I am not a lawyer and I can?t comment that side of the story, but from the ethical point of view, in my opinion this request is shocking.
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 Montenegro
The Republic of Montenegro (Serbian: Crna Gora, Црна Гора) is a constituent republic within the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro in the Balkans, on the Adriatic Sea.
From 1945 to 1992, Montenegro was a constituent republic of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Montenegro is currently a part of the state union of Serbia-Montenegro.
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 PCNEN - NEWS FROM MONTENEGRO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
She was renamed, apparently immediately after the purchase, at the request of the prince Nikola, who previously had another, but smaller yacht with such name.
Franetovic explains that prince Nikola was obviously informed in advance that Jules Vern wanted to sell the yacht, so he dispatched to Nantes the captains Savo Djurkovic and Ilija Mihajlovic to arrange the purchase.
At that time Bijela was part of Austro-Hungary (today Bijela is in Montenegro), and according to Franetovic, the local police did not allow the crew to wear in the town the Montenegrin caps bearing the initials of prince Nikola.
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 Nikola I Petrovic Njegos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Nikola I Petrovic Njegos (Njegusi 1841-Cap d’Antibes, France 1921), the Prince of Montenegro from 1860 to 1910 and the King from 1910 to 1918, ruled Montenegro for nearly sixty years.
As far as foreign affairs are concerned, Prince Nikola established diplomatic relations with a great number of European countries that established their consulates at Cetinje.
The relics of King Nikola and Queen Milena were moved from San Remo to Cetinje and now they rest in the Church to the Birth of the Virgin that was built as a court chapel by the order of Prince Nikola himself.
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 Montenegro - free online encyclopedia - WEB01.DE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Montenegro's native name, Crna Gora, translates literally to "fl mountain", a reference to the dark forests that once covered the slopes of the Dinaric Alps as seen from the coast [2].
Montenegro emerged from the Balkan Wars doubled in size, receiving half of the former Ottoman territory known as the Sanjak of Novi Pazar, but without Skutari, the country's major prize in the war.
In the constitution of Montenegro adopted in 1992, the official language of the republic was changed from Serbo-Croat to the Ijekavian standard dialect of Serbian.
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 Pretender - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Owain Glyndŵr (1349-1416) is probably the best-known Welsh pretender, though whether he was pretender or Prince of Wales depends upon your source of information.
Later, however, one of Glyndŵr's cousins, Owain Tudor, would marry the widow of Henry V, and their grandson would become Henry VII, from whom the current British monarch is descended (through his daughter Margaret Tudor, who was married off to James IV of Scotland).
Insomuch as the whole of Ireland was a province of United Kingdom in 1916, Prince Joachim would never have become King of Ireland even if he had wanted the job.
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 Montenegro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
During the C19th, the Principality of Montenegro was smaller, more isolated and less developed than the other Yugoslav territories but it managed to escape foreign occupation, separate itself from Serbia and conduct diplomatic relations with the rest of Europe.
The total population was now about 500 000, including many Serbs who objected to the autocratic rule of Prince Nikola, who had refused to recognise the election victory of the newly formed People's Party in 1905.
Montenegro had allied itself with the Serbs against the Turks in 1912 but was not in favour of political unity with Serbia.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Introduction Serbia and Montenegro Background: The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes was formed in 1918; its name was changed to Yugoslavia in 1929.
Montenegro ; the resolutions of the Congress of 1878 being unexecuted.
MONTENEGRO is a principality of Southern Europe, slightly bordering the Adriatic Sea.
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Gu, Prince of Korea Prince Gu's adopted son from one of the descendant of Gang, Prince of Korea Prince Gang of Korea
He was indeed proclaimed Prince of Wales by his supporters on 16 September 1400, and his revolt in quest of Welsh independence was not quashed by Henry IV of England Henry IV until 1409.
Later, however, one of Glyndwr's cousins, Owain Tudor, would marry the widow of Henry V of England Henry V, and their grandson would become Henry VII of England Henry VII, from whom the current British monarch is descended (through his daughter Margaret Tudor, who was married off to James IV of Scotland).
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 Pretender   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Born at Valladolid on the 30th September 1807, Don Augustin, the Prince Imperial, was educated at the famous English Roman Catholic boarding school of Ampleforth in Yorkshire.
The Prince Imperial served as an attaché in the Mexican legation in London and later as a volunteer he fought with the pontifical army.
Don Salvador de Iturbide, Prince of Mexico, was born at Mexico City, the son of the Emperor Augustin I's 8th child and third son, Don Salvador, by his wife Dona Rosario de Marzan y Guisasola.
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 The Republic of Montenegro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The principal cities and towns of Montenegro are: the capital Podgorica (139,100 inhabitants), Nikšic (61,700), Pljevlja (18,800), and Bijelo Polje (17,100).
However the number of Montenegrins does seem to be in steep decline since the introduction of the category by the Communists on the 1948 census.
The decision was unsuccessfully opposed by the Serb opposition parties in Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Church in Belgrade - on the basis that two verses of the specific version chosen by the Montenegrin government were originally arranged by Drljevic in the early 20th century.
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 January 24, 1994 Vreme News Digest Agency No 122   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
After Montenegro's recognition at the Berlin Congress, this jubilee caught the attention of the world and resulted in a general celebration.
Chroniclers recorded the ovations which followed Tsar Alexander III of Russia's message to Prince Nikola, and a book commemorating the occasion carried the toasts and speeches made by important figures and those representing Europe's cultural institutions at the time.
An insistence on the word ``Serbian'' and avoiding to mention the state of Montenegro, helped cut down the number of Montenegro's Academy of Arts and Sciences members who were prepared to attend the celebration.
www.scc.rutgers.edu /serbian_digest/122/t122-9.htm   (672 words)

  
 Montenegro It   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Nikola returned from Paris to become the Prince of Montenegro.
Montenegro is a nature lover's dream, with mountains, rivers, and a spectacular coast...
Embassy of Serbia and Montenegro in Washington DC.
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 Royalty_Links
King Alexander III of Scotland and Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffydd of Wales,
, Archduke of Austria and Crown Prince of Hungary.
The Princes / The Kings of the Bulgarians
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