Berane (en serbe cyrillique : Беране) ou anciennement Ivangrad (de 1949 à 1992) est une ville et une municipalité du nord-est du Monténégro. En 2003, la ville comptait 11 776 habitants et la municipalité 35 068. La ville et la municipalité comptent une majorité relative de populations serbes.↑ (sr) Књига 9, Становништво, упоредни преглед броја становника 1948, 1953, 1961, 1971, 1981, 1991, 2003, подаци по насељима, Републички завод за статистику, Подгорица, септембар 2005, COBISS-ID 8764176

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  • Berane (en serbe cyrillique : Беране) ou anciennement Ivangrad (de 1949 à 1992) est une ville et une municipalité du nord-est du Monténégro. En 2003, la ville comptait 11 776 habitants et la municipalité 35 068. La ville et la municipalité comptent une majorité relative de populations serbes.
  • Berane (pronounced [bɛ̂ranɛ], Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Беране) is one of the biggest towns of northeastern Montenegro and a former administrative centre of the Ivangrad District. It is a seat of one of many multi-ethnic and multi-religious municipalities in Montenegro. The town is located on the Lim river, being part of Sandžak region. Its name is derived from the Turkish word meaning "One house". The town has a population of over 11 thousand, whereas its municipality area reaches 34 thousand people, making it one of the largest centres of Polimlje area.During the medieval period the land of Berane was known as Budimlja. It was of great holistic, political and economic importance in the Serbian state of Raska. Until 1455, when Turks took the city, it was part of the Medieval Serbian state. Since the first Serbian Uprising until its final liberation, fights against Turks were constant. Famous battles occurred from 1825 to 1862 when the most important Rudes battle was fought on 7 April in which the Montenegrin rebels won. Berane was finally liberated in 1912. The town shared the destiny with its country being damaged in both World Wars. From 1949 until 1992 it was named as Ivangrad (Иванград) in honour to people's hero Ivan Milutinović. As Ivangrad, the town was meeting with prosperity and population growth being of one the Yugoslav industrial centres. Although the Civil War in Yugoslavia did not reach Montenegro, the city suffered from it as the industry collapsed and the people started to leave it. Nowadays, Berane is one of the poorest settlements in Montenegro so most of the population lives in difficult conditions. Despite that, the town remains an important educational, medical, religious and sporting centre, having produced many successful individuals in those categories.Berane is administrative centre of municipality of the same name. There are 13 elementary schools, four high schools and four institutions of higher education. Having a solid sport infrastructure, the most successful sport collectives in the town are handball club and table tennis club. Berane is connected with rest of the country by two-lane motorways. It also has an airport which hasn’t been used for a while. In 2012, Berane was to celebrate 150 years since its official foundation.
  • Беране, Бераны (черногор. Беране/Berane) — город в Черногории на северо-востоке страны, административный центр муниципалитета. Население — 11776 жителей (2003). В 1949—1992 назывался Иванград, в честь Ивана Милутиновича.
  • Berane (Cirílico: Беране), entre 1949 e 1992 chamada Ivangrad, é uma cidade de Montenegro, capital do município de Berane. Sua população é de 11.776 habitantes (censo de 2003).
  • Berane (Serbio: Беране/Berane) es una ciudad situada en el noreste de Montenegro. Según el censo 2011, alcanzaba una población de 11.073 habitantes.Es una ciudad multiconfesional, con una mayoría Serbia ortodoxa, y minoría musulmana.
  • Беране е град в североизточната част на Черна гора, административен център на община Беране. Населението на града през 2003 година е 11 776 души.42.8425, 19.873333
  • Berane je město na severovýchodě Černé Hory. Je centrem Opštine Berane. V roce 2003 mělo 11 776 obyvatel.
  • Berane (szerbül Беране) észak-montenegrói település, az azonos nevű járás székhelye.
  • Berane (Sirilik Serbia: : Беране) dahulu Ivangrad (1949-1992) ialah sebuah kota dan kotamadya di timur laut Montenegro. Pada tahun 2003, kota Berane berpenduduk 11776 jiwa dan kotamadya Berane berpenduduk 35068 jiwa. Kota dan kotamadya Berane sebagian besar berpenduduk etnis Serbia.Berane adalah bagian dari kawasan historis Sanjak Novi Pazar.Bandar Udara Berane yang ada di sini sudah lama tidak digunakan, namun ada rencana untuk memperbaharui dan menggunakannya kembali.
  • ベラネ(モンテネグロ語:Беране、Berane、発音 [bɛ̂ranɛ])とは、モンテネグロにある都市。かつてはイヴァングラードと称していた。
  • Berane (Montenegrijns: Беране) is een Montenegrijnse gemeente.Berane telt 35.068 inwoners, waarvan er 11.776 in de hoofdplaats wonen. Van juli 1949 tot maart 1992 heette Berane "Ivangrad", uit eerbetoon aan Ivan Milutinović. In 1992 werd de originele naam aan de gemeente teruggegeven.
  • Berane (1949-92 Ivangrad) – miasto i gmina miejska w Czarnogórze.
  • 베라네(몬테네그로어: Berane, 언어 오류(sr): Беране, Berane)는 몬테네그로 북동부에 위치한 도시로, 면적은 717㎢, 도시 인구는 11,776명(2003년 인구 조사 기준), 인구밀도는 49명/㎢, 지방 자치체 인구는 35,068명(2003년 인구 조사 기준)이다.
  • Berane (kyrillisch Беране) ist eine Stadt mit etwa 11.800 Einwohnern in Montenegro.
  • Berane (in serbo Беране) è un comune nel nord-est del Montenegro. Berane è uno dei centri dell'area di Polimlje, che prende il nome dal fiume Lim.
  • Berane (serbieraz: Беране, bɛ̂ranɛ ahoskatua) Montenegroko ipar-ekialdeko herri bat da, 11.776 biztanlerekin (2003ko zentsuan). Era berean izen bereko munizipalitatearen hiriburua da, 35.068 biztanlerekin.
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  • Berane (en serbe cyrillique : Беране) ou anciennement Ivangrad (de 1949 à 1992) est une ville et une municipalité du nord-est du Monténégro. En 2003, la ville comptait 11 776 habitants et la municipalité 35 068. La ville et la municipalité comptent une majorité relative de populations serbes.↑ (sr) Књига 9, Становништво, упоредни преглед броја становника 1948, 1953, 1961, 1971, 1981, 1991, 2003, подаци по насељима, Републички завод за статистику, Подгорица, септембар 2005, COBISS-ID 8764176
  • Беране, Бераны (черногор. Беране/Berane) — город в Черногории на северо-востоке страны, административный центр муниципалитета. Население — 11776 жителей (2003). В 1949—1992 назывался Иванград, в честь Ивана Милутиновича.
  • Berane (Cirílico: Беране), entre 1949 e 1992 chamada Ivangrad, é uma cidade de Montenegro, capital do município de Berane. Sua população é de 11.776 habitantes (censo de 2003).
  • Berane (Serbio: Беране/Berane) es una ciudad situada en el noreste de Montenegro. Según el censo 2011, alcanzaba una población de 11.073 habitantes.Es una ciudad multiconfesional, con una mayoría Serbia ortodoxa, y minoría musulmana.
  • Беране е град в североизточната част на Черна гора, административен център на община Беране. Населението на града през 2003 година е 11 776 души.42.8425, 19.873333
  • Berane je město na severovýchodě Černé Hory. Je centrem Opštine Berane. V roce 2003 mělo 11 776 obyvatel.
  • Berane (szerbül Беране) észak-montenegrói település, az azonos nevű járás székhelye.
  • Berane (Sirilik Serbia: : Беране) dahulu Ivangrad (1949-1992) ialah sebuah kota dan kotamadya di timur laut Montenegro. Pada tahun 2003, kota Berane berpenduduk 11776 jiwa dan kotamadya Berane berpenduduk 35068 jiwa. Kota dan kotamadya Berane sebagian besar berpenduduk etnis Serbia.Berane adalah bagian dari kawasan historis Sanjak Novi Pazar.Bandar Udara Berane yang ada di sini sudah lama tidak digunakan, namun ada rencana untuk memperbaharui dan menggunakannya kembali.
  • ベラネ(モンテネグロ語:Беране、Berane、発音 [bɛ̂ranɛ])とは、モンテネグロにある都市。かつてはイヴァングラードと称していた。
  • Berane (Montenegrijns: Беране) is een Montenegrijnse gemeente.Berane telt 35.068 inwoners, waarvan er 11.776 in de hoofdplaats wonen. Van juli 1949 tot maart 1992 heette Berane "Ivangrad", uit eerbetoon aan Ivan Milutinović. In 1992 werd de originele naam aan de gemeente teruggegeven.
  • Berane (1949-92 Ivangrad) – miasto i gmina miejska w Czarnogórze.
  • 베라네(몬테네그로어: Berane, 언어 오류(sr): Беране, Berane)는 몬테네그로 북동부에 위치한 도시로, 면적은 717㎢, 도시 인구는 11,776명(2003년 인구 조사 기준), 인구밀도는 49명/㎢, 지방 자치체 인구는 35,068명(2003년 인구 조사 기준)이다.
  • Berane (kyrillisch Беране) ist eine Stadt mit etwa 11.800 Einwohnern in Montenegro.
  • Berane (in serbo Беране) è un comune nel nord-est del Montenegro. Berane è uno dei centri dell'area di Polimlje, che prende il nome dal fiume Lim.
  • Berane (serbieraz: Беране, bɛ̂ranɛ ahoskatua) Montenegroko ipar-ekialdeko herri bat da, 11.776 biztanlerekin (2003ko zentsuan). Era berean izen bereko munizipalitatearen hiriburua da, 35.068 biztanlerekin.
  • Berane (pronounced [bɛ̂ranɛ], Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Беране) is one of the biggest towns of northeastern Montenegro and a former administrative centre of the Ivangrad District. It is a seat of one of many multi-ethnic and multi-religious municipalities in Montenegro. The town is located on the Lim river, being part of Sandžak region. Its name is derived from the Turkish word meaning "One house".
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