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Prigorje (Croatian pronunciation: [prǐgorje]) is a geographical subdivision of Croatia, the region around its capital Zagreb, which stretches along the southern slope of Medvednica mountain (colloquially known as "Zagreb's mountain") roughly between Žumberak mountain range and Moslavina region. The term literally means "land by the mountain(s)", "foothills".[1]

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Prigorje

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Prigorje (Croatian pronunciation: [prǐgorje]) is a geographical subdivision of Croatia, the region around its capital Zagreb, which stretches along the...

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Zagreb

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industrial zones on the eastern outskirts of the city, between the Sava and the Prigorje region. Zagreb hosted the Summer Universiade in 1987. This event initiated...

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Independent State of Croatia

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16 Prigorje 17 Sana-Luka 18 Usora-Soli 19 Vinodol-Podgorje 20 Vrhbosna 21 Vuka 22 Zagorje 23 Sidraga-Ravni Kotari...

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Regions of Croatia

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Croatia and then along the Croato-Bosnian border in southern Slavonia. Prigorje the region around Zagreb, roughly between Žumberak and Moslavina. Syrmia...

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Croatian wine

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especially Korčula, Mljet, and Pelješac Kraljevina Origin: Zeline, Prigorje Moslavina, Prigorje–Bilogora, Zagorje-Međimurje Kujundžuša Origin: Imotsko Polje...

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NK Croatia Sesvete

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dissolved in 2012 due to financial irregularities. Newly formed NK Croatia Prigorje is seen as club's spiritual successor. In June 2010 Croatian Police started...

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Counties of the Independent State of Croatia

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Modruš Ogulin Pliva and Rama Jajce Pokupje Karlovac Posavje Slavonski Brod Prigorje Zagreb Sana and Luka Banja Luka Usora and Soli Tuzla Vinodol and Podgorje...

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Vjekoslav Servatzy

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of colonel in June 1941. In November 1944 he became a prefect of Gora-Prigorje County. In 1945 he was promoted to the rank of general. He was captured...

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Moslavina

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Moslavina borders Banovina and Turopolje to the south-west, Kalničko Prigorje and Bilogora to the north and Slavonia to the east. The region has a significant...

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Administrative divisions of Croatia

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Lika and Gacka Livac and Zapolje Modruš Pliva and Rama Pokupje Posavje Prigorje Sana and Luka Usora and Soli Vinodol and Podgorje Vrhbosna Vuka Zagorje...

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Central Croatia

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Međimurje, the Croatian Littoral, Podravina, Posavina, Kordun, Banovina, Prigorje, Turopolje, Moslavina, and Žumberak. The region covers 28,337 square kilometres...

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Patrick Rembert

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Playing career 2011–present Career history 2011–2012 Šentjur 2012–2013 Prigorje Financije Krizevci 2013 MARSO Nyíregyháza 2014 Al-Ahli Benghazi 2014–2015...

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Nikola VI Zrinski

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Međimurje in the north, then Vrbovec, Rakovec, Lonjica and Božjakovina in Prigorje, Medvedgrad, Šestine, Lukavec and Brezovica at Zagreb, Ozalj, Ribnik, Dubovac...

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South White Carniolan dialect

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The dialect borders the North White Carniolan dialect to the north, the Prigorje dialect to the east, Central Chakavian to southeast, the Eastern Goran...

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First League of Zagreb

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Prečko Ivanja Reka Sesvetski Kraljevec Špansko Odra Sava (Z) Nur Croatia Prigorje Mladost - Buzin ZET Botinec Ponikve Sloga-Gredelj Šparta-Elektra Dinamo...

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2015 Croatian parliamentary election

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Democratic Centre-left Ljubo Jurčić Did not exist 1 Democratic Party of Prigorje and Zagreb, Democratic Women's Party, European Party of Croatia, Croatian...

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List of noble families of Croatia

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century–present Old noble family from Hrastje and Sveti Ivan Zelina, Hrvatsko prigorje region. The whole villages were given freedom and nobility by King Béla...

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History of Zagreb

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industrial zones on the eastern outskirts of the city between the Sava and Prigorje. In 1987, Zagreb hosted the Summer Universiade. Urbanized lines of settlements...

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1996 Croatian local advisory referendums

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Zagreb (Zagreb ring) constitutes a separate county that includes the area Prigorje, Turopolje and part of Moslavina, while acceptance of the second proposal...

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Architecture of Croatia

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Januševec Castle in Prigorje Brdovečko....

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