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South Morava
(Јужна Морава/Južna Morava)
Juzna Morava.JPG
The river Južna Morava (Southern Morava) near Niš
Native nameMacedonian: Јужна Морава, Južna Morava
Serbian: Јужна Морава / Južna Morava
Albanian: Lumi Morava
Location
Country Macedonia
 Kosovo[a]
 Serbia
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationNear Skopska Crna Gora in Macedonia
Mouth 
 ⁃ location
with the West Morava forms the Great Morava at Stalać, Serbia
 ⁃ coordinates
43°41′57″N 21°24′18″E / 43.69917°N 21.40500°E / 43.69917; 21.40500
Length295 km (183 mi)[1]
Basin size15,696 km2 (6,060 sq mi)[2]
Discharge 
 ⁃ average100 m3/s (3,500 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionGreat MoravaDanubeBlack Sea

The South Morava (Macedonian and Serbian Cyrillic: Јужна Морава, Serbian Latin: Južna Morava, pronounced [jûːʒnaː mɔ̝̌rav̞a]; Albanian: Lumi Morava) is a river in eastern Kosovo[a] and in southern Serbia, which represents the shorter headwater of Great Morava. Today, it is 295 km long, including its source river Binačka Morava.[1] It flows generally in the south to north direction, from Macedonian border to Kosovo and onwards to Central Serbia, where it meets West Morava at Stalać, to create Great Morava.

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Dobrý den, jmenuji se Michael. Vítejte v srdci Irska, v Genesis. Dnes se s vámi chci podělit o informaci o nadcházejícím semináři, který je určen pro muže a povedu jej v Haluzicích v České republice. Již řadu let vyvíjím a prezentuji tyto semináře pro muže, založené na čtyřech primárních Jungovských mužských archetypech - Králi, Bojovníkovi, Kouzelníkovi a Milenci. Tento seminář bude intenzivním průzkumem a hlubokým ponořením se do každého z těchto archetypů a toho, co pro nás znamenají. Velmi jednoduše, archetypy jsou psychologické programy informací a energie, které procházejí skrze nás, vyjadřují se skrze nás a jsou nám k dispozici neustále. Pro mnohé z nás jsou tyto archetypy stále nerozvinuté, nezralé, aby dosáhly plného potenciálu. Tento archetypální seminář je navržen tak, aby zaklepal na dveře a tuto energii otevřel a skutečně nás propojil se sílou a potenciálem, který všechny tyto archetypy obsahují. Čtyři archetypy jsou Král, Kouzelník, Bojovník a Milenec. Král je ta naše část, která se může spojit se zdrojem. Král je jako průsvitná trubice shora dolů proopojující naše tělo, spojující Nebe a Zemi a skrze niž proudí dobro, kvalita a hojnost. Náš král ví, co je potřeba, aby se stalo, náš Král ví, co se musí stát. Náš Král má smysl pro to, kdo jsme a proč tu jsme. Je to generální ředitel našeho života. Archetyp Kouzelníka rozumí psychologii, rozumí lidem, chápe komunitu, rozumí penězům a technologiím; A to jak energii použít k tvoření - a jak tvořit formy. Kouzelník je ve službě králi. Kouzelník uchopí Královy vize a ví, jak je zhmotnit. Archetyp Bojovníka je o disciplíně, o záměru, síle a dovednostech. Bojovník je ta naše část, která ví, co má být rozvinuto, co se musí stát uvnitř našich vlastních těl, uvnitř našich myslí, uvnitř našich srdcí - umí rozvíjet potřebné dovednosti, schopnosti a talent tuto vizi uvidět. Pak Milenec je ta část v nás, která všemu dává smysl, která propojuje naše vlastní tělo, naše srdce, naši mysl; Milenec je schopen vidět věci jasně - je schopen se věcem otevírat s krásou. Milenec je ta část z nás, která dokáže vše cítit, aby se mohla stát jedinou krásnou realitou. Velmi jednoduše může tedy Král cítit, spojit se a vědět, kdo je a proč je zde a co se musí stát. Kouzelník ví, jak to udělat. Bojovník má sílu, soustředění a disciplínu, aby to skutečně dokázal, a Milenec to dělá krásným. Protože pokud to není krásné, není to pravdivé. Takže tento nadcházející seminář bude šest intenzivních dní; Jeden večer a pět celých dnů. Bude to průzkum hloubkovým ponorem, samozřejmě s použitím pár vysvětlení, abychom znali kontext Ale bude to skutečně zážitková cesta, dobrodružství, hluboké ponoření do všeho, o čem si myslíme, že jsme; A jak to vše překonat do toho, čím se potřebujeme stát. A tak vás zvu, abyste se ke mně připojili v tomto dobrodružství - protože je na čase. Potřebujeme to a svět to potřebuje - naše rodiny, naše zeny Veškerý život potřebuje, abychom byli vědomí, plně přítomní a schopní být tím, čím máme opravdu být. Pro více informací prosím kontaktujte www.haluzice.cz a těším se, že vás tam uvidím. Děkuji.

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Sources

The river rises in the Skopska Crna Gora mountain in north Skopje, Macedonia. The streams Ključevska reka and Slatinska reka join together to form the river Golema, which is, after passing the Macedonian-Serbian border, known as the Binačka Morava. After 49 km it meets the Preševska Moravica at Bujanovac, and for the remainder, 246 km, flows as the South Morava.

Geography

The South Morava belongs to the Black Sea drainage basin, and its own drainage area is 15,696 km²,[2] of which 1,237 km² is in Bulgaria (through its right tributary Nišava). Its average discharge at the mouth is 100 m³/s and it is not navigable.

South Morava has a composite valley, which means it consists of series of gorges and valleys in this order: Gnjilane valley – Končulj gorge – Vranje valley – Grdelica gorge – Leskovac valley – Niš valley – Aleksinac valley – Stalać gorge. After breaking through the last, Stalać gorge, it meets the West Morava.

South Morava in Moravac
South Morava in Moravac

In macro-geological terms, the South Morava connects the Aegean basin with Pannonian basin. This creates a phenomenon named "apparent flow inversion": it seems that the river from one lowland climbs up the mountains and then flows into another lowland. However these two large geological basins are connected by the Grdelica gorge (Serbian: Grdelička klisura/Грделичка клисура). The bottom of the gorge, where the river flows, is much lower than the mountains surrounding it, and of course the river flows downwards through the gorge.

The South Morava used to be 318 km long, and represented a longer and natural (flowing in the same direction) headwater of Great Morava. Historically it sometimes caused severe floods. But the river's meanders have now been shortened by almost 30 km; and today it is shorter than the West Morava. However, the West Morava has always had bigger discharge.

Areas in southern Serbia where the South Morava flows have been almost completely deforested, which has caused one of the most severe cases of erosion in the Balkans. As a result of this, the river brings large amounts of materials to the Great Morava, filling and elevating its river bed, which exacerbates the huge floods of its daughter river.

Tributaries

The South Morava has 157 tributaries. The most important left tributaries are: Jablanica, Veternica, Pusta reka and Toplica. Right tributaries are: Vrla, Vlasina, Nišava (the longest) and Sokobanjska Moravica.

Economy

The South Morava has a significant potential for electricity production, and a huge hydroelectrical system (Vlasina- Vrla I-IV power stations) has been constructed in its drainage basin.

To a certain extent, its waters are used for irrigation.

The river valley's most important role is as a channel for transportation. It is the natural route for both railway and highway between Belgrade–Skopje–Thessaloniki. It is part of the Pan-European corridor X, and the route of the E75 Highway.

Historical name

Till early 20th century and beyond it has been also known as Bulgarian Morava (Bulgarian: Българска Морава, Balgarska Morava; Serbian: Бугарска Морава, Bugarska Morava).[3][4][5] This historical name derives from the Ottoman times when it was considered that as a whole the river was a natural border between Bulgarians from the east side, and Serbs and Albanians from the west one.[6][7][8] Detailed ethnographic map of the mixed then (Albanian, Serbian and Bulgarian) population of the western bank of Bulgarian Morava Valley was made by Hahn and Zach in 1861.[9]

See also

Notes and references

Notes
  1. ^ a b Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the 2013 Brussels Agreement. Kosovo is currently recognized as an independent state by 98 out of the 193 United Nations member states. In total, 112 UN member states recognized Kosovo at some point, of which 14 later withdrew their recognition.
General
  1. ^ a b Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Serbia 2017 (PDF) (in Serbian and English). Belgrade: Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. October 2017. p. 16. ISSN 0354-4206. Retrieved 30 May 2018.
  2. ^ a b Velika Morava River Basin, ICPDR, November 2009, p. 2
  3. ^ Serbien und die Serben, Spiridon Gopčević Publisher Elischer, 1891, pp.5 - 6.
  4. ^ The Russo-Turkish War, R. Grant Barnwell, 1878, p.402
  5. ^ A handbook of Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and adjacent parts of Greece, Great Britain. Naval Intelligence Division, 1920, p.11
  6. ^ Drezov K. (1999) Macedonian identity: an overview of the major claims. In: Pettifer J. (eds) The New Macedonian Question. St Antony’s Series. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp 47-59.
  7. ^ J. von Hahn, Bulgarians in southwest Moravia, edited by A. Teodoroff-Balan, Sofia, September 1917, Al. Paskaleff & Co. publishers, pp. 2-3.
  8. ^ Ethnic Mapping on the Balkans (1840–1925): a Brief Comparative Summary of Concepts and Methods of Visualization, Demeter, Gábor and al. (2015) In: (Re)Discovering the Sources of Bulgarian and Hungarian History. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia; Budapest, p. 85.
  9. ^ №20. The Ethnological Map by von Hahn and Zach (1861).
  • Mala Prosvetina Enciklopedija, Third edition (1985); Prosveta; ISBN 86-07-00001-2
  • Jovan Đ. Marković (1990): "Enciklopedijski geografski leksikon Jugoslavije"; Svjetlost-Sarajevo; ISBN 86-01-02651-6

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