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FK Železničar Pančevo

Fudblski klub Železničar Pančevo is a Serbian football club based in the city of Pančevo. They currently compete in the second division Serbian First League.

FK Dinamo Pančevo

FK Dinamo Pančevo is a defunct football club formerly based in Pančevo, Vojvodina, Serbia.

Pančevo Panthers

The Pančevo Panthers are an American football club from Pančevo, Serbia, founded in 2003.

RK Metaloplastika

RK Metaloplastika is a handball club from Šabac, Serbia. Founded in 1958 the club has been a regular member of the Yugoslav/Serbian top league since the late 1970s.

Darko Pančev

Darko Pančev is a Macedonian retired footballer, who played as a forward. He is the winner of the European Golden Boot award in 1991.

Pančevo
Pančevo

Pančevo is a city and the administrative center of the South Banat District in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. Pančevo is the fourth largest city in Vojvodina by population.

Pančevo Airport
Pančevo Airport

Pančevo Airport (ICAO: LYPA) is an airport near the city of Pančevo, Serbia near Belgrade. The airport is mostly used for general aviation operations.

Pančevo Bridge

Pančevo Bridge or colloquially Pančevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Панчевац) is a bridge over the Danube in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It was named after the northern city of Pančevo (in Vojvodina) which is connected to Belgrade by the road continuing from the bridge.

Panchevo

Panchevo can refer to:

Pančevački Rit
Pančevački Rit

Pančevački Rit is a small geographical area in south-western Banat, Serbia. It is situated between the rivers Danube and Tamiš, in Belgrade's municipality of Palilula.

Panchevo, Burgas Province

Panchevo is a village in Sredets Municipality, in Burgas Province, in southeastern Bulgaria.

Panchevo, Kardzhali Province

Panchevo is a village in Kardzhali Municipality, Kardzhali Province, southern Bulgaria.

Panevo
Panevo

Panevo is a rural locality (a village) in Belozersky District, Vologda Oblast, Russia. The population was 3 as of 2002.