Srebrenica

Srȅbrenica ž
DEFINICIJA
naselje u I Bosni (BiH), 5800 stan.; za vrijeme rata između SR Jugoslavije i BiH (1992—1995), mjesto gdje se usprkos međunarodnoj zaštiti dogodio najveći genocid nad Bošnjacima
ONOMASTIKA
v. srebro

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  • Srebrenica — Сребреница …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Srebrenica — Сребреница Sello de Srebrenica Sello …   Wikipedia Español

  • Srebrenica — (Szrebrenica, spr. nīza), Dorf im bosn. Bezirk Zvornik, 3 Stunden von der serbischen Grenze und der Drina, mit der heilkräftigen Guberquelle (s. d.) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Srebrenica — Infobox Settlement settlement type = subdivision type = Country subdivision name =Bosnia and Herzegovinasubdivision type1 = subdivision name1 = subdivision type2 = subdivision name2 = timezone=CET utc offset=+1 timezone DST = CEST utc offset DST …   Wikipedia

  • Srebrenica — 44° 06′ 23″ N 19° 17′ 49″ E / 44.1064, 19.2969 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Srebrenica — ▪ Bosnia and Herzegovina       town, eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town s name is derived from the Serbo Croatian word srebro, meaning “silver.” Rich deposits of silver and lead discovered in the surrounding mountains led to the town s… …   Universalium

  • Srebrenica — Original name in latin Srebrenica Name in other language Argentaria, Srebrenica, Srebrenicja, Srebrenitsa, Srebrnica, seulebeulenicha, si lei bu lei ni cha, srbnytsa, srbrnytsa, srybrynytsa, sureburenitsuSrebrenicaa, Сребреница, Сребрениця State… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Srebrenica — noun /srêbrenit͡sa/lang=sh a) A town in the east of Bosnia. b) Srebrenica …   Wiktionary

  • Srebrenica — Srẹbrenica   [ tsa], Stadt in Ostbosnien, Bosnien und Herzegowina (Serbische Republik), 5 800 Einwohner, überwiegend Bosniaken. 1995 befanden sich einschließlich der Flüchtlinge rd. 40 000 Menschen in der Stadt.   Die im Segregationskrieg seit… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Srebrenica —  Bosnia and Herzegovina; site of infamous massacre of 8,000 citizens by Serbian forces in 1995 …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

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