Miroslav Vašut byl trenérem Přední Kopaniny v sezóně 2016/2017, tehdy v divizi. Nyní přijel k letišti na lavičce FC Zličín. Ani znalost prostředí mu úspěch ...
Fotbalisté Přední Kopaniny se s domácím stadiónem v roce 2019 rozloučili výhrou. Ve 14.kole Pražská teplárenská přeboru Prahy porazili Zličín 3:2. Dvě branky ...
Zličín is a Prague Metro station and terminus of Line B. The station was open on 11 November 1994 as the western terminus of the extension of Line B from Nové Butovice. Zličín metro station gives direct pedestrian access to the 2004 constructed Metropolis shopping mall, and has zero-fare bus links to the nearby Globus, Tesco and Ikea hypermarkets.
Zličín is a district and cadastral area in the west of Prague, located in an administrative district of the same name, which is part of Prague 5 in the old system and governs the cadastral areas Zličín, Sobín and the northern part of Třebonice. The name is best known among Praguers as the site for a large bus station, Metro terminus and depot and a number of shopping centres and hypermarkets, all of which are named after Zličín, despite belonging to the neighbouring district Třebonice.
The Zliczans was a Slavic tribe in early medieval Bohemia, divided by a river from the tribe of the Bohemians. They are mentioned in the Chronicle of Dalimil.
Žlibinai eldership is an eldership in Plungė District Municipality to the east from Plungė. The administrative center is Žlibinai.
Zlín Film Festival, also known as the International Film Festival for Children and Youth is an annual festival of children's film in Zlín in the Czech Republic. Founded in 1961 in the former Czechoslovakia, the festival gradually gained international attention.
Crime in a Music Hall is a 1968 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel.
Zločin a trik II. is a 1967 Czechoslovak film. The film starred Josef Kemr.
A Crime in a School is a 1982 Croatian film directed by Branko Ivanda, starring Zlatko Vitez. It is based on Stroj za maglu, a novel by Pavao Pavličić.
The Šahovići massacre was a massacre of the Muslim population of the Yugoslav village of Šahovići and neighbouring villages in the region of the Lower Kolašin. It was committed on 9 and 10 November 1924 by a mob of 2,000 Orthodox Christian men from Kolašin and Bijelo Polje that sought revenge for the earlier murder of Boško Bošković, governor of the area.
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