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Sažetak utakmice 17. kola SuperSport Prve nogometne lige između Cibalije i Dubrave Tim Kabel (1:0).
Sažetak utakmice 17. kola SuperSport Prve nogometne lige između Hrvatskog dragovoljca i Solina (3:3).
Sažetak utakmice šestog kola SuperSport Prve nogometne lige između Dubrave Tim Kabel i Cibalije (0:2).
Sažetak utakmice šestog kola SuperSport Prve nogometne lige između Solina i Hrvatskog dragovoljca (3:1).
Dragovoljići is a village in the municipality of Nikšić, Montenegro.
Dubrava, Dúbrava, Doubrava, Dubrawa, Dąbrowa, Dabrava or Dubrave is a toponym common in Slavic regions. Terminology is derived from an old Slavic word dub and it generally means "oak grove", "dub woods".
Dubrava is the district of Zagreb, Croatia. It is located in the northeastern part of the city and divided by the Dubrava Avenue into two administrative areas: Gornja Dubrava , population 61,841 (2011) Donja Dubrava (Lower Dubrava), population 36,363The name comes from a Slavic toponym for oak forests.
Dubrava is a village and a municipality in Zagreb County, Croatia. According to the 2001 Croatian census, there are 5,478 inhabitants in the municipality, 94% which are Croats.
Dubrava Hydro Power Plant is a large power plant in Croatia that has four turbines with a nominal capacity of 21 MW each having a total capacity of 84 MW. The power plant uses Lake Dubrava as its reservoir and was completed in 1989. It is located near the village of Sveta Marija in Međimurje County, not far from Donja Dubrava municipality seat, on the county's border with Varaždin County.
Dubrava is a village on the Pelješac peninsula in Croatia. It is connected by the D414 highway.
Dubrava is a village situated in Knić municipality in Serbia.
Dubrava Prison massacre is the war time killing of at least 99 Kosovo Albanian prisoners and the wounding of around 200 prisoners in the Dubrava Prison, in north-western Kosovo between the dates of 22–24 May 1999. Targeting Yugoslav and Serb forces nearby NATO bombed the prison on May 19 and May 21, 1999.
The Dubrava Prison is a correctional facility located near Istok, Kosovo, the largest prison in the country.
Dubrava is a rural locality (a village) in Ufimsky District, Bashkortostan, Russia. The population was 180 as of 2010.
Dubrava is a rural locality (a selo) in Simskoye Rural Settlement, Yuryev-Polsky District, Vladimir Oblast, Russia. The population was 10 as of 2010.