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20210306 MOK RIJEKA – OK KITRO VARAŽDIN
20210306 MOK RIJEKA – OK KITRO VARAŽDIN

MOK RIJEKA – OK KITRO VARAŽDIN Natjecanje: SUPERLIGA – Prvi dio natjecanja, 20. kolo Vrijeme početka: subota, 20. ožujka 2021. u 17,00 Dvorana: ...



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Hrvatska. 1. HNL. 21 Mart 2021 y 15:00. LINK ZA PRISTUPI - CLANSTVO : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiTyHir2g-X-P_HdufFv1Ag/join Svakoga dana ...



The #GlobalGreening initiative was joined by a record nine cities/municipalities, making last night a truly special evening for those of us in the Embassy. 🇮🇪🇭🇷 #StPatricksDay2021 #Varaždin #Zagreb #Pula #Rijeka #Oriovac #Split #Zadar #Hvar #Dubrovnik @TourismIreland



I ove godine @Grad_Pula priključio se inicijativi "Globalno ozelenjivanje" kako bi proslavio irski nacionalni Dan sv. Patrika: pulski rotor sinoć osvijetljen zelenom bojom. U 12. Global Greeningu ove godine Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik i Varaždin, Hvar i Oriovac.



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UZIVO VARAZDIN - HAJUDK SPLIT LIVE 100% 12 12 2020

Hrvatska. 1. HNL. 12 Decembar 2020 y 17:05. LINK ZA PRISTUPI - CLANSTVO : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiTyHir2g-X-P_HdufFv1Ag/join Svakoga ...



Team, Place & City Details

Varaždin Arena
Varaždin Arena

Varaždin Arena is a multi-use indoor arena in Varaždin, Croatia. It is used mostly for team handball and basketball matches.

NK Trnje

NK Trnje is a Croatian football club based in the city of Zagreb.

Varaždin County
Varaždin County

Varaždin County is a county in northern Croatia. It is named after its county seat, the city of Varaždin.

Varaždin
Varaždin

Varaždin is a city in Northern Croatia, 81 km (50 mi) north of Zagreb. The total population is 46,946, with 38,839 on 34.22 km2 (13.21 sq mi) of the city settlement itself (2011).

Varaždin County (former)
Varaždin County (former)

Varaždin County was an administrative subdivision (županija) of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia. Croatia-Slavonia was an autonomous kingdom within the Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen (Transleithania), the Hungarian part of the dual Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Varaždin Stock Exchange

The Varaždin Stock Exchange or VSE was a stock exchange which operated in Varaždin, Croatia. It was established in 1993 as an OTC market, and became a stock exchange in 2002.

Varaždinske Toplice
Varaždinske Toplice

Varaždinske Toplice is a small town in northern part of Croatia in Varaždin County. The town has been well known throughout the centuries for its hot springs as well as a medical center.

Varaždin Hydroelectric Power Plant

Varaždin Hydroelectric Power Plant is a hydroelectric power plant on river Drava, near the city of Varaždin located in the Varaždin County, in the northwest part of Croatia. The Varaždin Hydroelectric Power Plant is a multipurpose hydroelectric plant harnessing the Drava River water power on a 28.5 km long stretch, providing flood and erosion control for the land and settlements, enabling water supply, draining excessive soil moisture content and offering the possibilities for gravity drainage of the valley and gravity land irrigation.

Varaždin Baroque Evenings

The Varaždin Baroque Evenings is a classical music festival held annually in the city of Varaždin, Croatia. The festival, first held in 1971, showcases Baroque music and is usually held in late September and early October.

Varaždin Apostol

The Varaždin Apostol is a hand-written Orthodox liturgical book written in 1454. It is named after the northern Croatian city of Varaždin.

Varaždin literary circle

The Varaždin literary circle or Croatian-Kajkavian literary circle was a literary group which emerged at the end of the 16th century in Varaždin. The framework of the Varaždin literary circle had four members.

NK Varteks

NK Varteks may refer to:

Varaždin Generalate

The Varaždin Generalate , also known as the Windische Grenze ("Wendian/Wendish [Slavic] Border") in German, was a Habsburg Monarchy Military Frontier province centred in Warasdin (Varaždin), Kingdom of Croatia within Habsburg Monarchy, that existed between 1531 and the 19th century. The border command was established by Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor in 1531.