The tradition of the Croatian Cyrillic Script goes back to the 12th century and lasted continuously until the 18th century, with sporadic uses even in the 20th century.Of course, there are incomparably more Croatian Glagolitic monuments than Cyrillic, not to speak about tremendous Croatian literature in the Latin Script since the 15th century.
And then there are the two finals at Euro 2000 and the 2006 World Cup, which saw one win for each team after both were decided in cruel and dramatic fashion.Sylvain Wiltord levelled in the last moments of normal time before David Trezeguet's strike sealed it in extra time.The Pacific Clasico, as with any number of rivalries both international and domestic, has its roots in something other than football. Nick Miller explains what makes each one so special. and Mexico set to resume their historic feud on Saturday, ESPN FC's editorial desks voted on the 10 greatest rivalries in international football.
Its rather misleading name suggests that it has been related exclusively to the territory of Bosnia, which is not true, since it was used in Herzegovina, Dalmatia and on some Croatian islands as well. `Bosancica', can be seen in Croatian texts written in Istria, see below.