Ugljare (Serbian Cyrillic : Угљаре) may refer to:
Ugljare or Uglara, is a village in the Gračanica municipality of Kosovo. Ugljare was part of the Kosovo Polje municipality before the Gračanica municipality was created.
Zubin Potok is a town and municipality located in the Mitrovica District in Kosovo. As of 2015, it has an estimated population of 15,200 inhabitants. It covers an area of 335 km2 (129 sq mi), and consists of town and 63 villages.
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This is a list of cities in Serbia and Montenegro. For a list of municipalities, see Internal structure of Serbia and Montenegro; for a list of all places in Serbia, see List of places in Serbia; for a list of villages in Serbia and Montenegro, see List of villages in Serbia and Montenegro.
Serbian enclaves refers to settlements in Kosovo outside North Kosovo where Serbs form a majority. After the initial outflow after the Kosovo War the situation of the Kosovo Serb communities has improved and under the Ahtisaari plan minority rights have been promoted.
The Ibar, also known as the Ibër and Ibri, is a river that flows through eastern Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo, with a total length of 272 km (169 mi). The river begins in the Hajla mountain, in Rožaje, eastern Montenegro, passes through Kosovo and flows into the West Morava river near Kraljevo, Central Serbia.
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Drenica, also known as the Drenica Valley, is a hilly region in central Kosovo, covering roughly around 700 square kilometres (270 sq mi) of Kosovo's total area (6%). It consists of two municipalities, Glogovac and Skenderaj, and several villages in Klina, Kërligatë village in Zubin Potok, Mitrovica and the area of Vučitrn. It is located west of the capital, Pristina.
North Kosovo, also known as the Ibar Kolašin, is a region in the northern part of Kosovo, composed of four municipalities with ethnic Kosovo Serbs majority: North Mitrovica, Leposavić, Zvečan and Zubin Potok.
Zupče is a small village located in Zubin Potok in northern Kosovo.
Municipal elections were held in Kosovo on November 17, 2007, at the same time as elections to the Assembly of Kosovo, with a second round for the mayoral elections held on 2007-12-08. The date was originally set for September 1, 2007 by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Joachim Rücker.
Gračanica or Graçanica, is a town and municipality located in Pristina District in central Kosovo. As of 2011, it has an estimated population of 10,675 inhabitants.
Çabër or Čabra is a village located in the municipality of Zubin Potok, in Kosovo. The river Iber runs through Çabër. According to legend, there were two brothers and their nephew who first came to Çabër and gave it its name. Eventually a village was formed and grew to have a large population. It has been said that these brothers and their nephew came from a place named "qafa e prushit" which is located in the borders of Kosovo (Gjakova) and Albania. The most common surnames in the village are Uka, Kurti, and Mehmeti.
Jagnjenica is a village in Zubin Potok, Kosovo.
An advisory referendum on accepting the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo was held in the Serb-dominated regions of North Kosovo on 14 and 15 February 2012. The referendum was held in Zubin Potok, Zvečan and Kosovska Mitrovica on both days, while Leposavić voted on 15 February. The voting ran from 7:00 to 19:00 on both days. 15 February is also symbolically Serbia's Statehood Day. The result saw 99.74% of voters reject the writ of the Republic of Kosovo's institutions. The poll was rejected by the governments of both Serbia and Kosovo.
The League of North Kosovo is the top football regional league in North Kosovo, ranked fifth in the Serbian league system. The league is formed primarily of Serbian football clubs that come from four of North Kosovo's municipalities such as Leposavić, Zvečan, Zubin Potok and Northern Kosovska Mitrovica. The league was formed in protest to the establishment of the Kosovo Super League by the Republic of Kosovo; the Serbian clubs from North Kosovo refuse to enter the Republic of Kosovo's institutions as per the Assembly of the Community of Municipalities of the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija.
Sonja Stolić is a Serbian middle distance and long-distance runner. She competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in 5000m. Her coach is Desimir Gajić. Her former clubs is Mokra gora - Zubin Potok and Red Star Belgrade.
Mitrovica District is one of the unified seven districts of Kosovo. Its administrative center and the largest city is Mitrovica. The district borders on the District of Peć to the south-west, the District of Pristina to the south-east and east, and the Republic of Serbia to the north.
Uglara may refer to: