Bistrica

Bistrica (bǐstritsa) is a frequent Slavic toponym. It can refer to the following settlements (for rivers, see Bistrica river): ==Albania== ==Bosnia and Herzegovina== ==Croatia== ==Macedonia== ==Serbia== ==Slovenia== == See also == ...
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Bistrica

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Bistrica

[Novo Naselje] Bistrica (Serbian Cyrillic: Бистрица), also known as Novo Naselje (Ново Насеље), is a neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad, the capital of the Serbian province of Vojvodina. The first houses at this locality were built in 1957. ==Name== The old name of the settlement was Novo Naselje, but it was officially c...
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