Kikinda


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Kikinda

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Serbia, in Vojvodina Autonomous Province. Population, 38,000 (1971). Kikinda is a railroad junction. Industries include the processing of agricultural raw materials, a foundry, and ceramic production. There are oil fields near the city.

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According to the Statute of the Federation of Jewish Municipalities, those municipalities are Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kikinda, Nis, Pancevo, Sombor, Subotica, Zemun, Zrenjanin and Pristina.
Helped unemployed youth start their own agribusinesses in 31 greenhouses, located in Novi Becej (4), Kikinda (12), and Zrenjanin (15).
Ervin Balo, age 26, a father of two from Kikinda in northeastern Serbia, had been unemployed for more than a year when he decided to go on a local television news program, accompanied by his 4-year-old daughter, and make a plea for someone to buy his kidney.
The first such Serbian female organization, the Serbian Women's Charitable Cooperative, formed in 1873 in Velika Kikinda, was followed by 22 Serbian women's cooperatives in Hungary by the beginning of the 20th century.
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85 km long route from Kikinda to Basaid (Vojvodina, Serbia).
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Around 1,500 people gathered in a central square in the town of Kikinda near Yugoslavia's border with Romania shouting "Down with Milosevic
The scope of this project implies drafting of documentation for 25 (twenty-five) apartment buildings located in the following towns and cities: Poarevac, Malo Crnice, abari, Svilajnac, Kruevac, Ni, Loznica, Krupanj, Ub, Valjevo, Mionica, Uice, Lucani, Cajetina, Novi Pazar, Kikinda, Backi Petrovac, Temerin, Zrenjanin, Backa Palanka, Sremska Mitrovica, Irig, Sremski Karlovci, Pancevo, Novi Sad.
In some towns of Vojvodina Jewish communities still exist in Novi Sad (129 people), Subotica (89), Pancevo (42), Zrenjanin (15), Sombor (17), Senta (6) and Kikinda (7), but their number is very small.
56) Danica Bandic (1871-1950) was a teacher at an elementary school in Kikinda, a town in Austria-Hungary, but after some twenty years she moved to Belgrade.
Two of the proposed sites, Sombor and Kikinda, are both green field construction