additional

Additional information Zdravko:

additionalDerived from South Slavic zdrav meaning "healthy".

songs

Songs about Zdravko:

songsTale 3 Lento Arabesco for Zdravko Colic And The Georgian Male Choir by Goran Bregovic from the Album Welcome To Bregovic

songsZdravko ?oli? by Flamingosi from the Album Gordost I Predrasude

songsZdravko Colic by Flamingosi from the Album Gordost i predrasude

books

Books about Zdravko:

booksZdravko: Webster's Timeline History, 1939 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksZdravko le cheval by Charles-Louis Paron (1944)

booksZdravko Novak: Form, Colour, Jazz and Me by Zdravko Novak (2005)

booksOne Split Second: The Death of David Hookes and the Trial of Zdravko Micevic by Michelle Schwarz (Oct 1, 2006)

booksStudyguide for Data Mining the Web: Uncovering Patterns in Web Content, Structure, and Usage by Markov, Zdravko... by Cram101 Textbook Reviews (May 23, 2013)

booksInequalities: Theorems, Techniques and Selected Problems 2012 Edition by Cvetkovski, Zdravko published by Springer... (0010)

booksMuseum of African Art: The Veda and Zdravko Pecar Collection by Veda Zagorac-Pecar, Zdravko Pecar and Zivorad Kovacevic (1977)

wiki

Wiki information Zdravko:

Zdravko Čolić
Balkan Pop Artist, TV Actor, Person, Musical Artist, Film actor, Person or entity appearing in film, TV Personality, Musician

Zdravko Čolić is a Bosnian Serb pop singer, very popular across the entire area of former Yugoslavia. Originally from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina he became popular in the 1970s.

Zdravko Kuzmanović
Soccer Midfielder, Football player, Athlete, Measured person, Person

Zdravko Kuzmanović is a Serbian footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Internazionale in the Italian Serie A. He represented Serbia in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.