Tinja may refer to:
Tinja Gornja is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to the 1991 census, the village is located in the municipality of Srebrenik.
Tinja or Tindja (تينجة) is a town and commune (municipality) in the Bizerte Governorate, in northern Tunisia, on the shores of Lake Ichkeul. Its name derives from that of the ancient Roman era city of Thimida, a former bishopric which remains a Latin Catholic titular see.
The Tinja is a river of northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a right tributary of the Sava, into which it flows near Brčko. It is 99.4 kilometres (61.8 mi) long and its drainage basin covers an area of 904 square kilometres (349 sq mi).
Tonja is an English and Slovene feminine given name that is considered to be a short form of Antonija. Notable people with that name include the following:
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Srebrenik is a city located in Tuzla Canton of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in northeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, near Tuzla. As of 2013, it has a population of 39,678 inhabitants.
Bizerte Governorate is the northernmost of the 24 governorates of Tunisia. It is in northern Tunisia, approximately rectangular and having a long north coast. It covers an area of 3,750 km² including two large lakes, one coastal hence saline and one freshwater being the World Heritage Site, Ichkeul lake. Its population was 568,219 as at the 2014 census. The capital is Bizerte which stands principally on inlet between Bizerte lake and the Mediterranean. The offshore Galite Islands are part of the governorate.
Ammar is an Arabic given name and Sanskrit given name. Notable persons with this name include:
Saša Toperić, also written as Sasha Toperich is a Bosnian concert pianist, diplomat, and human rights advocate.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Bosnia and Herzegovina:
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Rugby union in Tunisia is a significant sport. They are currently ranked 35th in the world, with 15,057 registered players, and 72 clubs.
Visitors to Bosnia and Herzegovina must obtain a visa from one of the Bosnia and Herzegovina diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries.
Smoluća Gornja is a village in the municipality of Lukavac, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Tinja Donja is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to the 1991 census, the village is located in the municipality of Srebrenik.
Tinja-Riikka Tellervo Korpela is a Finnish football goalkeeper who plays in the FA WSL for Everton. She previously played for Bayern Munich in the German Frauen-Bundesliga, Tyresö FF in Sweden's Damallsvenskan, LSK Kvinner and Kolbotn of Norway's Toppserien, and FC Honka of Finland's Naisten Liiga.
The Tunisian Division I Basketball League is the highest tier professional basketball league in Tunisia. Established in 1956, the league currently features twelve teams. Étoile Sportive de Radès is the record holder for most titles, with a total of thirteen.
Gunela was an ancient Roman-Berber town and archaeological site in Bizerte Governorate, Tunisia. It was located at 37.165524n, 9.765536e, within the suburbs of Tinja, Tunisia.