People from Plav

Posted Jun 7, 2011
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  1. Genc Prelvukaj

    Genc Prelvukaj


    Etnon or Etno Engjujt is an Albanian hip hop group from Pristina, Kosovo.

  2. Smail Tulja

    Smail Tulja


    Smail Tulja (born Smajo Džurlić in Plav, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, in 1940 or 1941) is a Montenegrin who was convicted in a Montenegro court, in July 2010, for the 1990 murder of Mary Beal in New York City. Beal went missing on September 15, 1990 and was found three weeks later in two garbage bags. She had been decapitated and dismembered.

  3. Ekrem Jevrić

    Ekrem Jevrić


    Ekrem Jevrić (Cyrillic: Екрем Јеврић, born 25 October 1961), nicknamed Gospoda, is a popular Montenegrin singer and musician of based in Yonkers, New York. His YouTube video "Kuća pos'o" (House, work) earned him instant popularity across former Yugoslavia, due to its perception as camp aesthetic. The internet phenomenon was noted by BBC and The Independent.

  4. Mirsad Huseinovic

    Mirsad Huseinovic


    Mirsad Huseinovic (Cyrillic: Мирсад Хусеиновић, born November 26, 1968) is a U.S. soccer player. He spent one season in the American Professional Soccer League and one game Major League Soccer. He also earned one cap with the U.S. national team.

  5. Radovan Zogović

    Radovan Zogović


    Radovan Zogović (Cyrillic: Радован Зоговић) (August 19, 1907 – January 5, 1986) was one of the greatest Montenegrin poets of the 20th century.

  6. Dženan Radončić

    Dženan Radončić


    Dženan Radončić (Cyrillic: Џенан Радончић; born 2 August 1983) is a Montenegrin footballer who plays for Oita Trinita in the J. League Division 2.

  7. Ljubiša Jokić

    Ljubiša Jokić


    Ljubiša Jokić (Serbian Cyrillic: Љубиша Јокић) (born 24 September 1958) is a former general in the Military of Serbia and Montenegro.

  8. Miodrag Džudović

    Miodrag Džudović


    Miodrag Džudović (Serbian Cyrillic: Миодраг Џудовић; born 6 September 1979 in Plav) is a Montenegrin footballer who last played for Irtysh Pavlodar.

  9. Esad Mekuli

    Esad Mekuli


    Esad Mekuli (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Есад Мекули) (17 December 1916, Plav, Kingdom of Montenegro – 6 August 1993, Pristina, FR Yugoslavia) was an Albanian poet and scholar. He was the first president of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Kosovo. Robert Elsie considered him the father of modern Albanian poetry in Yugoslavia, and his influence in Kosovo remains immense.

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