Borovo


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Borovo

 

a city in Yugoslavia, located in eastern Croatia, on the right bank of the Danube River. Population, 6,000 (1967). The country’s largest rubber and shoe combine, Borovo, is located there and employs about 13,000 people. The annual production of this enterprise is about 17 million pairs of shoes, as well as automobile tires and other products.

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"Borovo", to the Hipodruma automatic station and to St.
Still, most of its connections are distributed in a limited geographical cross-border Bulgaria-Romania area: Borovo (IC=1.0), Veliko Tarnovo (IC=1.0), Slivo Pole (IC=1.0), Razgrad (IC=1.0), Fundulea (IC=1.0), Voluntari (IC=1.0).
This is the danger faced today by my crucified people, to a lesser extent here in Banat, but every Orthodox Serb is co-crucified together with the crucified people from Kosovo to Jadovna, especially from Krajina to Borovo [in B&H and Croatia] ...
Another metal vessel from the fourth century is a splendid egg-shaped vase of gilded silver that was found in a burial deposit at Borovo near Rousse in a context immediately below burials dated by coin evidence to c.
In March, a Serbian Orthodox cross marking the sight of a future church and parish house in Borovo Naselje was cut down and demolished.
The protesters had gathered in a parking lot in the Borovo Eye area and before they started their procession on the streets of the city they listened to the Bulgarian anthem.
However, from Saturday, the tram number 7 from the National Palace of Culture to Borovo was restored.
On April 22, the company opened a shop in the "Borovo" district of Sofia, created by a "new model for densely populated urban areas".