Gorazd Hiti is a retired Slovenian professional ice hockey player.
Gorazd Mihajlov is a Macedonian football coach and former player. He has coached numerous clubs in Europe and Middle East, and has also coached the Macedonia women's national football team.
Goražde pronounced [ɡǒraʒde]) is a city and the administrative center of Bosnian-Podrinje Canton Goražde of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is situated on the banks of Drina river.
Goraždevac is a village near the city of Peć in Kosovo. It has been inhabited since at least the thirteenth century, when it was mentioned in the chrysobull of Stefan Nemanja (or his son, Stefan the First-Crowned).
Bishop Gorazd of Prague, given name Matěj Pavlík , was the hierarch of the revived Orthodox Church in Moravia, the Church of Czechoslovakia, after World War I. During World War II, having provided refuge for the assassins of SS-Obergruppenfuhrer Reinhard Heydrich, called The Hangman of Prague, in the cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Prague, Gorazd took full responsibility for protecting the patriots after the Schutzstaffel found them in the crypt of the cathedral. This act guaranteed his execution, thus his martyrdom, during the reprisals that followed.
On 13 August 2003 four ethnic Serbs were wounded and two killed as unknown assailants shot with automatic rifles at a group of mostly children that played and swam by a river in the village of Goraždevac in Kosovo.A large group of Serb children from the Serb enclave of Goraždevac, close to Peć, gathered on the banks of the river Bistrica. As the children played and swam in the river, automatic rifle shots were fired from the Albanian village of Zahač.
Gorazd Kocijančič is a freelance Slovene philosopher, poet and translator. Kocijančič is well known for his translation of the entire corpus of Plato's work into Slovene.
The Goražde printing house was one of the earliest printing houses among the Serbs, and the first in the territory of present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina (then part of the Ottoman Empire). Established in 1519 in Venice, it was soon relocated to the Serbian Orthodox Church of Saint George in the village of Sopotnica near Goražde, in the Ottoman Sanjak of Herzegovina.
The Goražde Psalter is a printed psalter published in 1521 in Church Slavonic of the Serbian recension. It is counted among the better accomplishments of early Serb printers.
Gorazd Sotler née Sottler was a Slovene academic sculptor. He lived and worked in Ljubljana.
The Gorazde's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of Gorazde's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!