November is the eleventh month of the year and has 30 days.
The beginning of the month according to the Julian calendar begins on the 14th day of the Gregorian calendar.
According to the Church's calculation, the cycle of time is the third month.
Origin of words or etymology
November got its name from the Latin (November). The month is named after the "new" (ninth month) of the Roman calendar.
November, among Serbs, as well as among some Slavic peoples, is also called the DEAD MONTH, GRUDEN, and STUDEN, as in Old Serbian.
In Old Russian GRUDENJ, similar to Old Slavic and Serbian GRUDEN.
Among the Czechs, Poles, Slovenes and Ukrainians, OCTOBER, similar to the Belarusian LÍSTAPAD.
In Croatia it is called NOVEMBER.
Great holidays or red letter
Holy Great Martyr Dimitrije - Mitrovdan
Cathedral of the Holy Archangel Michael - Arandjelovdan
SrbljakLives of the Saints for November
In 1945, the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia was proclaimed, with the Communist Party of Yugoslavia in power.
In 1989, the Berlin Wall was torn down, symbolizing the division of Europe into western (capitalist) and eastern (socialist) parts.
In 1995, the Dayton Peace Agreement was signed, ending the three-year war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.