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The first Muslim religious school (madrasa), was built in the 17th century; water-works were constructed in the 18th century.
The Russian consul visited Pljevlja in the 19th century and wrote that Pljevlja was a very beautiful oriental city with gardens and fountains, mosques and churches and over 800 houses in the city center (7,000 citizens) which made Pljevlja the second largest city in the Herzegovina Sanjak besides Mostar.
With a total area of 1,346 km First traces of human life in the region dates to 50,000 and 40,000 BC, while reliable findings show that the Ćehotina River valley was inhabited at latest around 30,000 BC.
The oldest traces of human presence in the town area, a flint tool, had been found in the cave under Gospić Peak.
In 2011, the municipality of Pljevlja had a population of 30,786, while the city itself had a population of about 19,489.Pljevlja was located within the Ottoman Sanjak of Novi Pazar.In 1880 the town became the capital of the Pljevaljski Sanjak (Sanjak of Taşlıca) of the Ottoman Empire, which existed until the First Balkan War in 1912. During the Ottoman offensive, the fortress of Kukanj, the residence of Stjepan Vukčić Kosača, was destroyed.After 1833 the city stagnated in both an economic and cultural sense.In 1875, after a failed uprising, mass emigration took place around Pljevlja in the direction of Užice, Valjevo and the Drina river basin.