Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1966

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Eurovision Song Contest 1966
Country  Yugoslavia
National selection
Selection process Evrovizija 1966
Selection date(s) 23 January 1966
Selected entrant Berta Ambrož
Selected song "Brez besed"
Finals performance
Final result 7th, 9 points
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Yugoslavia was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1966, held in Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

National final[edit]

The Yugoslavian national final to select their entry, was held on 23 January at the Dom Sindikata in Belgrade and hosted by Miloje Orlović.

The winning song was chosen by a jury of 10 people. The winning entry was "Brez besed" performed by Slovene singer Berta Ambrož, composed by Mojmir Sepe and written by Elza Budav.

Draw Artist Song Votes Place
1 Zdenka Vučković Rezervirano za ljubav
2 Gabi Novak Prvo pismo
3 Berta Ambrož Sanjala sam
4 Dragan Stojnić Duga je noć
5 Dragan Stojnić Dva novčića
6 Dragan Stojnić Priča
7 Vice Vukov Od ova nebo ti zede del
8 Nina Spirova Devojka i pesna
9 Elda Viler Ko si z menoj 11 2
10 Berta Ambrož Brez besed 24 1
11 Đorđe Marjanović Najlepši dan
12 Lado Leskovar Tvoj osmeh
13 Slobodan Risteliš Izgubljeni koraci 11 2
14  ?  ?

At Eurovision[edit]

Berta Ambrož performed 5th on the night of the Contest following Luxembourg and preceding Norway. At the close of the voting the song had received 9 points, coming 7th in the field of 18 competing countries.

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