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  1. Mangup (also Mangup-Kale), ruins of a medieval city 20 km east of Sevastopol’. It is the site of a settlement that arose in the fourth century. The city was the center of southwestern Taurika in the sixth century. Its early medieval names were Doro or Doros. The designation “Mangup” was first mentioned in the tenth century. From the 12th to 15th.
  2. Hotel Mangup Kale accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival. See availability The fine print Please inform Hotel Mangup Kale of your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly using the contact details in your confirmation. Location: Khodzha Sala Villiage.
  3. Mangup. Današnje značenje ove riječi se svelo na onoga koji se smije potući samo kada iza ledja ima nekog koji nosi noževe, palice, boksere, itd. Pravi mangup je onaj koji ce ostati tu, pa ma koliko da ih ima ispred njega i uvijek će imati svoje ja i nikad se nikome nece ulizivati.
  4. References [] “mangup” in Hrvatski jezični portal Škaljić, Abdulah () Turcizmi u srpskohrvatskom jeziku, Sarajevo: Svjetlost, page
  5. Maria Asanina Palaiologina (Greek: Μαρία Ασανίνα Παλαιολογίνα, died 19 December ), better known as Maria of Mangup or Maria of Doros, was the second wife of Prince Stephen the Great (reigned –) and as such Princess consort of Moldavia from September to or Of uncertain parentage, but most likely a descendant of imperial Bulgarian and Burial: Putna Monastery, Suceava County, Romania.
  6. Mangup was built on the top of a meter high limestone plateau about 30 kilometers by road east and a little north of Sevastopol. The plateau rises with sheer white walls out of the dense green forest and towers above the Belbek River valley.
  7. Mangup was the Yugoslavian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin performed by the group Srebrna Krila.. The song was performed last following Portugal. At the close of voting, it finished in 6th place with 87 points. It was also the Yugoslavian jury that decided the ultimate fate of the winner, giving Switzerland the 6 points it needed for victory and giving no points to the Conductor: Nikica Kalogjera.
  8. "Mangup" (English translation: "Rascal") was the Yugoslav entry to the Eurovision Song Contest , composed by Rajko Dujmić and Stevo Cvikić and sung by Srebrna Krila in Croatian. [1] On the night of the contest the song was performed 21st (last), following Portugal 's Dora with " Voltarei ".Artist(s): Srebrna Krila.
  9. Media in category "Mangup" The following files are in this category, out of total. (previous page) ()Heritage designation: cultural heritage site in Ukraine.

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