Titograd – ein Name wie aus einer fernen Welt. Mit einem Klang wie Karl-Marx-Stadt oder Leningrad. Nein, es war nicht alles schlecht. 42 Spiele. (40 Montenegro, 2 MNT-Pokal). OFK Titograd Sutjeska Niksic Tore. Titel. 1. Meister. 4. 2. Pokalsieger. 1. internationale. Erste montenegrinische Liga; Montenegrinischer Pokal. August FK Podgorica. FK Podgorica. -. Titograd. OFK Titograd. Live-Reporting.
OFK TitogradT ị tograd von 19Name der Stadt Podgorica. Mannschaft: OFK Titograd. vollst. Name: Omladinski Fudbalski Klub Titograd Podgorica. Land: Montenegro. gegründet: Farben: rot. Anschrift. Transfers von OFK Titograd pro Saison: ➤ Marktwert ➤ Ablöse ➤ Position ➤ Abgebender Verein ➤ Transferperiode.
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Public transport in Podgorica consists of 11 urban and 16 suburban bus lines. The company went bankrupt in , and buses were since operated solely by private carriers.
Public transport faces competition from very popular dispatched taxi services. De-regulation and stiff competition have made taxi services very affordable.
Podgorica's location in central Montenegro makes it a natural hub for rail and road transport. Roads in Montenegro especially those connecting Podgorica to northern Montenegro and Serbia are usually inferior to modern European roads.
The newly built Sozina tunnel 4. Also, a new road bypass has been constructed in , to remove transport routes from north to south of the country, out of the city center.
A south-western bypass has also been planned [ citation needed ] , with the same goal of moving heavy transport out of the city core.
Podgorica is also characteristic of its extensive network of multi-lane boulevards which make inner-city transport quick and effective. Podgorica is a hub of the X-shaped Montenegrin rail network.
The station itself is located 1. Podgorica's main railway link for both passenger and freight traffic is Belgrade—Bar.
It is the main hub for Montenegro Airlines and Di Air. Podgorica is twinned with: . Below are some of the most notable people who were either born or spent most of their lives in Podgorica:.
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Capital of Montenegro. Capital city in Podgorica Capital City, Montenegro. Coat of arms. See also: List of Podgorica neighbourhoods and suburbs.
Delta Shopping Mall. Podgorica Airport. Further information: Demographics of Podgorica. Further information: Podgorica City Assembly election, Main article: Subdivisions of Podgorica.
See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Montenegro. Monument to Marko Miljanov. Monument to Josip Broz Tito.
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Retrieved 11 May Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Collins English Dictionary. Istorija Srba in Serbian. Retrieved 21 January Retrieved 5 January Retrieved 22 September Privredna komora Crne Gore in Serbian.
Retrieved 9 June Vijesti in Serbian. Archived from the original via Wayback Machine on 6 October Podgorica, Archived from the original via Wayback Machine on 2 March Retrieved 16 March Montenegrina in Serbian.
Retrieved 11 March Monitor in Serbian. Portal Analitika in Serbian. Retrieved 31 January Associated Press. The club renamed themselves back to Mladost in Their first season in the Second League was in —56, where the team spent three consecutive seasons.
In period —, the team played only in the Montenegrin Republic League third-tier competition in SFR Yugoslavia with five champion titles.
But, as a champion, team from Podgorica did not succeed in making a comeback to the Second League with losing their games in inter-republic playoffs, against the teams from Macedonia and Serbia.
This time, they played six consecutive seasons in the Second League, from season —69 to — After the few promotions and relegations at the second half of the s, OFK Titograd played another four consecutive seasons in Yugoslav Second League from —80 to — That was their last biggest successes under the name OFK Titograd.
In , the name of the team was changed and FK Mladost started to play in the football system of the newly formed FR Yugoslavia. At the same time, the team won 12 titles of the Montenegrin Republic League winner, which is the best score of any team in that competition.
Following the independence of Montenegro , Montenegro's best clubs joined the newly formed Montenegrin First League.
Mladost played two consecutive seasons in the First League, but relegated to the Second League at summer A new come-back to top-tier competition Mladost made at season Since then, FK Mladost played more important role in Montenegrin football.
First greatest result, Mladost made at season —13 , when they gained historical first promotion to UEFA European competitions.
Abdel Osmanovic. Igor Basic. Ermin Alic. Amir Muzurovic. Ivan Novovic. Bojan Roganovic. Marko Roganovic. Milos Brnovic. Jovan Babovic.
Ognjen Pelicic. Milos Kalezic. Petar Vukcevic. Zarko Popovic. Mendy Mamadou. Ognjen Gasevic. Alden Skrijelj.
Marko Mrvaljevic. Detailed squad. Top arrivals. Top departures. Top Goalscorers. Most recent formation. Telekom 1. Osmansko cesarstvo je Podgorico zajelo leta Vendar je hotel Imperial, zgrajen leta , imel dve kopalnici, kar je bilo takrat brez primere.
Mesto je bilo osvobojeno To je bil prvi od petnajstih skupnih obiskov Tita v mestu po drugi svetovni vojni. To bomo storili, to vam obljubim v imenu zvezne vlade.
Zakon je bil retroaktivno aktiviran tako, da je sprememba imena veljala za vse zapise od Na koncu se je Titograd uporabljal nad Titovgradom.
Poleg novega imena je Titograd videl ustanovitev novih tovarn.