Ioannina

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Ioánnina

(Greek jɔˈanina) or

Yanina

n
(Placename) a city in NW Greece: belonged to the Serbs (1349–1430) and then the Turks (until 1913); seat of Ali Pasha, the "Lion of Janina", from 1788 to 1822. Pop: 78 000 (2005 est). Serbian name: Janina

Io•an•ni•na

(yɔˈɑ ni nɑ, ˈyɑ ni nɑ)

n.
a city in NW Greece. 44,362.
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t r They performed at the festival alongside supported English and Scottish artists, Nilufer Yanya, Yxng Bane, Chelou, Fenne Lily, Freya Ridings, George FitzGerald, Hakeem Baker, Housewives, IDER and Keir.
Tum bu sayimlar ve 1877 devlet salnamesi de dikkate alinarak, Rumeli'nin (Edirne, Tuna, Sofya, Selanik, Bosna, Hersek, Manastir, Yanya, Iskodra) (Akbayar,1999: 1241) donem icindeki yaklasik tahmini nufusunun 5-6 milyon civari oldugu soylenebilir (7).
The Albanian nationalists, who did not wish to be left beneath the rubble the crumbling Ottoman State would leave behind, began to work on creating a greater Albania which would be made up of the Yanya, Shkoder, Kosovo, and Monastir provinces and which would have full autonomy.
Melek Delilbasi and Hatice Oruc in their co-authored piece, "The Properties of Fatima Sultan in Ioannina in the Sixteenth Century" based on an eight-page section of a mufassal tahrir defteri of sancak of Yanya (Ioannina) give a detailed list of the properties of Fatima Sultan who was the youngest daughter of Nurbanu Sultan, wife of Selim II.
Reinhart Tanya 2006 "Focus--The PF interface", in: Yanya Reinhart (ed.
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