Zajecar

Zaječar

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Serbia; situated in the East Serbian Mountains, on the Timok River. Population, 19,000 (1967). It has a flour mill, a brewery, a textile mill, a tannery, and a ceramic plant. Coal is mined near Zaječar.

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1) aculty of Management in Zajecar, John Naisbitt University, Goce Delceva 8, Belgrade 11070, Serbia.
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