|Date of birth||22 July 1998|
|Place of birth||Zadar, Croatia|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 13:37, 30 April 2021 (UTC)|
Lovre Knežević (born 22 July 1998) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Bulgarian First League club Etar.
He has previously played for Lučko, Hrvatski Dragovoljac and Zadar in the Croatian Second League, for Kufstein in Austria and Beltinci in Slovenia.
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The Lenuci Horseshoe or the Green Horseshoe is a U-shaped system of city squares with parks in downtown Zagreb, Croatia. The horseshoe was conceived in 1882 by Croatian urbanist Milan Lenuci. The parks were designed between 1883 and 1887, at a time when today's Donji grad formed the southern outskirts of Zagreb. The construction was helped by the efforts to rebuild the city after the 1880 Zagreb earthquake, and in 1889 the entire horseshoe was finished—its two ends were connected by the newly built Zagreb Botanical Garden. The park system consists of seven squares aligned on three straight lines.
The Football Oscar is an annual football award given by the Croatian Association Football Union and Sportske novosti since 2013. In the 2017 edition the award was renamed as Trophy Footballer. It is awarded to the best football player, manager and goalkeeper playing in the Croatian First League. Also, it is awarded to the best overall Croatian player at the end of every season. The best 11 Prva HNL players of the season are also selected. The award is chosen by players and managers of the Croatian league clubs.
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The House of Knežević was a Croatian noble family, descending from the medieval village of Broćno (Brotnjo) at Čitluk, Herzegovina. First mentioned there in the 15th century, family moved in the second half of the century towards northwest, where the members of the family gained new estates from the king Matthias Korvin in Gračac and Grab in the Lika Region. During the following centuries, they were appointed to various military and other services in the Habsburg Monarchy army. At the beginning of the 19th century some of the distinguished family members, being notable high-ranking army officers, moved to Međimurje, the northernmost part of Croatia, where they acquired new possessions. The last of them, Ivo Knežević, died in 1924 without leaving a successor.