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A region of northern Serbia. An agricultural area long a part of Hungary, it passed to Yugoslavia in 1918, receiving a degree of official autonomy in 1946. Serbia revoked its autonomy in 1990.
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(Serbian ˈvɔjvɔdina) or


(Placename) an autonomous region of Serbia, in the N. Capital: Novi Sad. Pop: 2 024 487 (2002). Area: 22 489 sq km (8683 sq miles)
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(ˈvɔɪ vəˌdɪn ə, -ˌdi nə)
an autonomous province within Serbia, in N Yugoslavia. 2,050,000; 8303 sq. mi. (21,506 sq. km). Cap.: Novi Sad.
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When Dobo wakes up, defeats the Turks, and wins the region of Vajdasag (symbolized by the seven camps) as his award.