songs

Songs about Polovina:

songsBez tebya ya polovina by Kirill Turichenko from the Album Peresechen'e sudeb

songsDvama Muje I polovina by Yordan Yonchev - Gumzata from the Album Edin Ot Mnogoto

songsPolovina by Cakana from the Album Cakana

songsPolovina by Dragica Radosavljevic - Cakana from the Album Grand Super Hitovi vol. 25

songsPolovina by Marta from the Album The Best

songsPolovina by Marta from the Album Pesni Vysshei Proby

songsPolovina menya (???????? ????) by Aleksey Proskurin (??????? ?????????) from the Album Nelyudim (???????)

books

Books about Polovina:

booksRussian Silver: Mid 19th Century-Beginning of the 20th Century / Russkoe Serebro: Vtoraia Polovina 19-Nachalo... by Andrei Gilodo (1994)

booksPolovina: Webster's Timeline History, 1856 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 17, 2010)

booksGeopoliticheskie idei v obshchestvenno-polit... mysli Rossii: Vtoraya polovina XIX - nachalo KhKh vv. (Russian... by Yana Vladimirovna Gerdt (Sep 20, 2013)

booksRechnoy transport yuga Dal'nego Vostoka Rossii: Vtoraya polovina XIX - pervaya chetvert' XX vv. (Russian Edition... by Artur Smykovskiy (Sep 19, 2013)

booksPushnaya torgovlya i promysel korennogo naseleniya: severo-vostochnaya Sibir' (II polovina... by Margarita Kushnareva (Dec 23, 2013)

booksKraevedcheskaya bibliografiya Donbassa: vtoraya polovina XIX-nachalo XXI stoletiya (Russian Edition) by Natal'ya Litvinenko (Jan 31, 2014)

booksGorodskaia Kul'tura Russkoi Provintsii: Konets XVIII - Pervaia Polovina XIX Veka by A.I Kupriianov (Jan 1, 2007)

wiki

Wiki information Polovina:

Himzo Polovina
Sevdalinka Artist, Person, Composer, Deceased Person, Musical Artist

Dr. Himzo Polovina was a Bosnian singer and songwriter, and one of the most famous and widely revered sevdalinka artists in the region. In addition, Dr. Himzo Polovina was a neuropsychiatrist by profession.

Polovina, Estonia

Polovina is a village in Meremäe Parish, Võru County in southeastern Estonia. As of 2011 Census, the settlement's population was 13. Meldova tsässon, a small wooden Seto chapel from 1753, is located in Polovina.