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#Repost @pet_protector (@get_repost) Bu tatl kz 9 Temmuz doumlu. ok merakl, oyuncu, insan ve hayvansever. Scakkanl bir minik. Tuvalet eitimi var. ve d parazit tedavisi yapld. Onu ok sevecek bir yuva aryor. Yer: ili #pazar #sunday #haftasonu #weekend #sahiplendirme #sahil #sahiplen #sahip #adopt #adoption #yavrukedi #yavru #kitten #kittens #kittenoftheday #kedi #kediler #kedicik #kedisever #kedisevgisi #kedicikler #kedisahiplendirme #kedisahiplen #kedisahiplendirmeplatformu #instaphoto #ig_catclub :@hereve1kedi1kopek

Austos ay #pazar listeniz

Austos ay #pazar listeniz #sebzeler Kabak, semizotu, salatalk, taze fasulye, yeil biber, patlcan, dolmalk biber, domates, brlce, bamya, krmz biber, barbunya, msr, i bakla, soan, sarmsak, dereotu, fesleen #meyveler Vine, eftali, karpuz, kavun, msr , zm, mrdm erii, dut, brtlen, incir, krmz erik

 3D 3Boyutlu Pamuk Saten

3D 3Boyutlu Pamuk Saten Cift Kisilik Nevresim Takimi Cesitlerimiz Mevcuttur Siparis WhatsApp mesaj Hatti: 0543 598 36 82 UCRETSIZ KARGO KAPIDA ODEME KOLAYLIGI Kredi kartina 9 taksit imkani icin Nevresim: 200 x 220 cm Caraf Lastikli: 220 x 260 cm 4 Adet Yastk Klf: 50 x 70cm ( 2adet dijital baski, 2adet duz renk) Whatsapp mesaj hatti: 0543 598 36 82 #evelse #nevresim #evdekorasyon #dekor #dekorasyon #yatakrts #instalike #gvenlialveri #alveri #alisveris #sunumnemlidir #yatakodas #rnmsatyorum #nevresim #nevresimtakimi #evtekstili #uygunfiyat #evdekor #urunumusatiyorum #evimgzelevim #ceyizonerisi #dugun #sunumonemlidir #hediyelikeya #eyiz #ceyizhazirligi #hediyelik #eyiznerisi #pazar #homedecor #hediyelikesya

Mutlu Pazarlar! Harika sa

Mutlu Pazarlar! Harika salar iin mkemmel bir bakm rn olan Hindistan Cevizi ya imdi %50'ye yakn Laurik asit ierii ve tm doall ile evinize geliyor.'a hemen tklayn, Minerra Hindistan cevizi yan cretsiz kargo frsatyla aln! #minerra #hindistancevizi #hindistanceviziya #coconut #coconutoil #saglikliyasam #sagliklibeslenme #vegan #raw #coldpressed #sacbakimi #dogalbakim #saglik #hindistan #pazar #bakim #ciltbakimi #hindistanceviziyagifaydalar #sa #salklsalar #kiloverme #diyet #chiapuding #kahve

An extract on #pazar

Novi Pazar is the cultural center of the Bosniaks in Serbia and the historical region of Sandak. A multicultural area of Muslims and Orthodox Christians, many monuments of both religions, like the Altun-Alem Mosque and the Church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul, are found in the region.

During the 14th century under the old Serbian fortress of Stari Ras, an important market-place named Trgovite started to develop. By the middle of the 15th century, in the time of the final Ottoman Empire conquest of Old Serbia, another market-place was developing some 11 km to the east. The older place became known as Staro Trgovite (Old Trgovite, Turkish: Eski Pazar) and the younger as Novo Trgovite (New Trgovite, Turkish: Yeni Pazar). The latter developed into the modern city of Novi Pazar. The name of Novi Pazar (meaning "new marketplace") was thus derived from the Serbian name Novo Trgovite, via the Turkish name Yeni Pazar, which is itself derived from bazaar (from Persian (bzr) meaning "market" ; via Middle Persian word (bah-chr), meaning "place of prices"). It is still known as Yeni Pazar in modern-day Turkey.

Novi Pazar is located in the valleys of the Joanica, Raka, Deevska, and Ljudska rivers. It lies at an elevation of 496m, in the southeast Sandak region. The city is surrounded by the Golija and Rogozna mountains, and the Peter plateau lies to the west. The total area of the city administrative area is 742 km. It contains 100 settlements, mostly small and spread over hills and mountains surrounding the city. The largest village is Mur, with over 3000 residents.

One of the oldest monuments of the area is the Church of the Apostles Peter and Paul first built in the Roman era. The capital city of the Principality of Serbia, Ras, which was ruled by the Vlastimirovi dynasty from 768 to 980, was near the modern city and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the next centuries, the region of modern Novi Pazar served as the principal province of the Serbian realm. It was an administrative division, usually under the direct rule of the monarch and sometimes as an appanage. It was the crownland, seat or appanage of various Serbian states throughout the Middle Ages, including the Serbian Kingdom (1217-1345) and the Serbian Empire (1345-1371). In 1427, the region and the remnant of Ras, as part of the Serbian Despotate, was ruled by Serbian despot ura Brankovi. One of the markets was called "despotov trg" (Despot's square). In 1439, the region was captured by the Ottoman Empire, but was reconquered by the Serbian Despotate in 1444. In the summer of 1455, the Ottomans conquered the region again, and named the settlement of Trgovite Eski Bazar (Old Market). Novi Pazar was formally founded as a city in its own right in 1461 by Ottoman general Isa-Beg Ishakovi, the Bosnian governor of the district (sanjak) who also founded Sarajevo. Ishakovi decided to establish a new town on the area of Trgovite as an urban center between Raka and Joanica, where at first he built a mosque, a public bath, a marketplace, a hostel, and a compound. It was the chief town of the Ras province (vilayet) until its disestablishment in 1463, when it became part of the Jele Vilayet. The first written document which mentions Novi Pazar dates from the 15th century, and describes the decision of the Republic of Ragusa to appoint a consul there. The town was well developed by this time, being at the intersection of important routes leading to Dubrovnik, Ni, Sofia, Constantinople, Salonica, Sarajevo, Belgrade and Budapest. The town also remained the capital of the Sanjak of Novi Pazar, which continued until the 20th century as a constitutive unit of Bosnia Eyalet. The sanjak was occupied and administered by Austria-Hungary from 1878. In 1908 it was returned to the Ottoman Empire as part of the Kosovo Vilayet, but taken over by the Kingdom of Serbia in 1912, during the First Balkan War. The area has traditionally had a large number of Albanians and Muslim Slavs with a different culture from the Orthodox Serbs. A contemporary report stated that when the Serb forces entered the Sandjak of Novi Pazar, they "pacified" the Albanians. In 1913, Novi Pazar officially became part of the Kingdom of Serbia, and as such, became part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1918. From 1929 to 1941, Novi Pazar was part of the Zeta Banovina of the Yugoslavia. In the Battle for Novi Pazar, fought at the end of 1941 during the Second World War, the Chetniks, initially supported by the Partisans, tried to capture Novi Pazar but eventually failed. After the overthrow of Slobodan Miloevi on 5 October 2000, newly elected Prime Minister of Serbia Zoran ini made considerable efforts to help economically the whole area of Novi Pazar. Also, with the help of ini, the International University of Novi Pazar was founded in 2002. He made close relations with the leaders of Bosniaks, as part of his wider plan to reform Serbia. Twelve years following his assassination, the Novi Pazar Assembly decided to rename one street in his name. Today, Novi Pazar is one of the largest cities in Western Serbia, and the main economic and cultural center of Bosniaks of Serbia and the historical region of Sandak.