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Vladimir Kecmanovic – Serbian writer, born 1972.

Vladimir Kecmanovic – Serbian writer, born 1972.

Helen of Anjou (c.1236 – 8 February 1314) was the queen consort of the Serbian Kingdom, wife of Stephen Uroš I and mother of kings Dragutin and Milutin. Her origins are not known for certain. The biography of Archbishop Danilo states that "she was of a French family" and a continuator of the work that "the family was of royal or imperial blood.

Helen of Anjou (c.1236 – 8 February 1314) was the queen consort of the Serbian Kingdom, wife of Stephen Uroš I and mother of kings Dragutin and Milutin. Her origins are not known for certain. The biography of Archbishop Danilo states that "she was of a French family" and a continuator of the work that "the family was of royal or imperial blood.

Dragan Velikic was born in Belgrade (Serbia) in 1953. He grew up in Pula, where he finished high school. He majored in General Literature and Literary Theory at the Belgrade University's School of Philology. He was editor in chief of Radio B92's publishing house from 1994 to 1999. From 1999 to 2002, he lived in Budapest, Vienna, Munich, Bremen, and Berlin, and served as Serbian ambassador to Austria from mid 2005 to the end of 2009.

Dragan Velikic was born in Belgrade (Serbia) in 1953. He grew up in Pula, where he finished high school. He majored in General Literature and Literary Theory at the Belgrade University's School of Philology. He was editor in chief of Radio B92's publishing house from 1994 to 1999. From 1999 to 2002, he lived in Budapest, Vienna, Munich, Bremen, and Berlin, and served as Serbian ambassador to Austria from mid 2005 to the end of 2009.

Dusan Kovacevic (born 1948) is a Serbian playwright and director, best known for his theater plays and movie scripts. He also served as the ambassador of Serbia in Lisbon, Portugal.

Dusan Kovacevic (born 1948) is a Serbian playwright and director, best known for his theater plays and movie scripts. He also served as the ambassador of Serbia in Lisbon, Portugal.

Matija Beckovic (born 29 November 1939) is a Serbian writer and poet. He is a full member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. - Beckovic was born in Senta, in the Serbian province of Vojvodina (then Danube Banate, Kingdom of Yugoslavia), to a family of Montenegrin Serbs. He graduated from the Valjevo Gymnasium in Valjevo in 1958. It was during his gymnasium years in Valjevo that he published his first poem, in the journal 'Mlada Kultura'.

Matija Beckovic (born 29 November 1939) is a Serbian writer and poet. He is a full member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. - Beckovic was born in Senta, in the Serbian province of Vojvodina (then Danube Banate, Kingdom of Yugoslavia), to a family of Montenegrin Serbs. He graduated from the Valjevo Gymnasium in Valjevo in 1958. It was during his gymnasium years in Valjevo that he published his first poem, in the journal 'Mlada Kultura'.

Svetlana Velmar-Jankovic (1933-2014) was a Serbian novelist, essayist and chronicler of Belgrade. She was born and educated in Belgrade, in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, where she continued to live with her mother and sister after her father Vladimir Velmar-Janković went to exile in Spain at the end of the Second World War. In her second year at university, she became a journalist. In 1959 she became an editor of contemporary Yugoslav prose and essay compositions at the Prosveta Publishing…

Svetlana Velmar-Jankovic (1933-2014) was a Serbian novelist, essayist and chronicler of Belgrade. She was born and educated in Belgrade, in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, where she continued to live with her mother and sister after her father Vladimir Velmar-Janković went to exile in Spain at the end of the Second World War. In her second year at university, she became a journalist. In 1959 she became an editor of contemporary Yugoslav prose and essay compositions at the Prosveta Publishing…

"Bože pravde" (Serbian Cyrillic: „Боже правде”, meaning "God of Justice"[1] or "Lord, Give Us Justice"[citation needed]) is the official anthem of Serbia, as defined by the Article 7 of the Constitution of Serbia.[2] "Bože pravde" was the anthem of the Principality of Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbia until 1918 when the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was formed. It was recommended by the Parliament of Serbia on August 17, 2004[1] and constitutionally adopted on November 8, 2006.

"Bože pravde" (Serbian Cyrillic: „Боже правде”, meaning "God of Justice"[1] or "Lord, Give Us Justice"[citation needed]) is the official anthem of Serbia, as defined by the Article 7 of the Constitution of Serbia.[2] "Bože pravde" was the anthem of the Principality of Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbia until 1918 when the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was formed. It was recommended by the Parliament of Serbia on August 17, 2004[1] and constitutionally adopted on November 8, 2006.

Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic (1787-1864) was a Serbian philologist, reformer of the Serbian language, ...

Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic (1787-1864) was a Serbian philologist, reformer of the Serbian language, ...

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