|Date of birth||20 September 1937|
|1961–1964||RFK Novi Sad||66||(13)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Lazar Lemić (Serbian Cyrillic : Лазар Лемић, born 20 September 1937) is a former football player. He capped twice for Yugoslavia.
At club level, he played with RFK Novi Sad and FK Željezničar Sarajevo in Yugoslavia, and Fenerbahçe S.K. in Turkey.
Kruševac is a city and the administrative center of the Rasina District in central Serbia. It is located in the valley of West Morava, on Rasina river. According to the 2011 census, the city administrative area has a population of 128,752, while the urban area has 73,316 inhabitants.
The Kingdom of Montenegro was a monarchy in southeastern Europe, present-day Montenegro, during the tumultuous years on the Balkan Peninsula leading up to and during World War I. Legally it was a constitutional monarchy, but absolutist in practice. On 28 November 1918, following the end of World War I, with the Montenegrin government still in exile, the Podgorica Assembly proclaimed unification with the Kingdom of Serbia which itself was merged into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes three days later, on 1 December 1918. This unification with Serbia would last, through various successor states, for almost 88 years, until finally coming to an end in 2006.
Lazar is a male given name or a surname. The name is derived, as is Lazarus, from the Hebrew name אֶלְעָזָר, meaning 'God has helped'. This short form of the name is especially common in various Slavic languages.
Lazar "Laza" Ristovski is a Serbian retired actor, director, producer and writer. He has appeared on stage about 4,000 times, and starred in over 40 films, TV series and TV dramas, mostly in lead roles.
Trstenik is a town and municipality located in the Rasina District of central Serbia. As of 2011 census, the town has 15,329, while the municipality has 42,989 inhabitants. It lies on the West Morava river.
Lazarevo is a village located in the Zrenjanin municipality, in the Central Banat District of Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The village has a Serb ethnic majority (94.77%) and a total population of 3,308 people.
The Gazimestan speech was given on 28 June 1989 by Slobodan Milošević, then president of Serbia, at the Gazimestan monument on the Kosovo field. It was the centrepiece of a day-long event to mark the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Kosovo, which was fought at the site in 1389.
The Church of the Holy Prince Lazar, also known as Lazarica Church, is a Serbian Orthodox church located at Cob Lane in Bournville, Birmingham, England, and was built for political refugees from Yugoslavia after World War II, with the support of the exiled Prince Tomislav of Yugoslavia.
RFK Novi Sad 1921, usually abbreviated to just RFK Novi Sad, is professional football club from Novi Sad, Serbia, more precisely from the Detelinara urban neighborhood. The club currently playing in the City Football League of Novi Sad, the fifth tier in Serbia's football league system.
Lazar Tasić was a Serbian football player.
Battle of Kosovo is a 1989 Yugoslav historical drama/war film filmed in Serbia. The film was based on the drama written by poet Ljubomir Simović. It depicts the historical Battle of Kosovo between Medieval Serbia and the Ottoman Empire which took place on 15 June 1389 in a field about 5 kilometers northwest of Pristina.
Milutinović is a Serbo-Croatian surname, a patronymic derived from Milutin. It may refer to:
Radović is a common surname in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. It is sometimes spelled Radovic in English and is related to the German version Radowitz, Romanian Radovici and Hungarian Radovics.
Lazarević is a South Slavic surname derived from a masculine given name Lazar. It may refer to:
NAK was a football club from Novi Sad that existed from 1910 until 1945.
Vladica "Vlado" Lemić is a Serbian former footballer and current football agent.
The Kosovo Myth, also known as the Kosovo Cult and the Kosovo Legend, is a Serbian nation-building myth based on legends about events related to the Battle of Kosovo (1389). It has been a subject in Serbian folklore and literary tradition and has been cultivated oral epic poetry and guslar poems. The final form of the legend was not created immediately after the battle but evolved from different originators into various versions. In its modern form it emerged in 19th-century Serbia and served as an important constitutive element of the national identity of modern Serbia and its politics, and in certain periods of other South Slavic nations.
Lazar Jovanović may refer to:
Vlado is a given name. Notable people with the given name include: