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Krajina is a Slavic toponym.

Ethymology

In Croatian, it refers to area around certain smaller city. The term is mostly applied in Zagora and neighbouring areas of Zagora on the west.

In some South Slavic languages, the word krajina refers primarily to border or borderland of a country, with established military defence, and secondarily to a region, area, or landscape. The word kraj can mean end or extremity, or region or area. Archaically, it could mean "army" or "war". The term is equal to German Mark and French marche.

In other Slavic languages, the term could have other meanings, cf. Krajnamarker.

Geographical regions

In older maps, both areas were called Croazia Turca/Croatia Turcica/Török Horvátország Türkish Kroatien, Turkish Croatia (in narrow sense)











Political regions



Political units formed during the war in Croatia in the 1990s:

Political unit formed during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s:

Where the term "Serbian Krajina" or "Krajina" alone is used, it probably refers to either the Military Krajina or the former Republic of Serbian Krajina.

Country, state or province

(versions: Pokrajina, Kraina, Krajina, Kraj, Krai, Wkrajina) i.e.

References

  1. Pándi Lajos - Köztes Európa 1756-1997
  2. Slavi - la genesi del mondo - storia delle civilta'
  3. Diocese of Banja Luka
  4. _ Nova et Vetera - Periodico cattolico 1/2001
  5. Augusto Kaznačić: Bosnia, Hercegovina e Croazia-Turca : notizie riunite e tradotte / da Augusto Kaznačić, Printed at fratelli Battara in Zadar, 1862
  6. Croatia in 1073
  7. Excerpt from the book I. Marinović, B. Šutić, M. Viskić: Baćina: Prošlost Baćine, Udruga Pagania, Ploče, 2005, ISBN 953-95132-0-0
  8. Povijest
  • Karlo Jurišić, Lepantska pobjeda i makarska Krajina, Adriatica maritima, sv. I, (Lepantska bitka, Udio hrvatskih pomoraca u Lepantskoj bitki 1571. godine), Institut JAZU u Zadru, Zadar, 1974., str. 217., 222., (reference from Morsko prase)



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