Franjo

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Franjo may refer to:

  • Franjo Arapović (born 1965), former Croatian basketball center
  • Franjo Babić (1908–1945), Croatian writer and journalist
  • Franjo Benzinger (1899–1991), Croatian pharmacist
  • Franjo Bučar (1866–1946), Croatian writer and sports popularizer of Slovenian origin
  • Franjo Džal (1906–1945), colonel in the Independent State of Croatia's air force
  • Franjo Džidić, footballer and football coach from Mostar, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Franjo Fröhlich, Yugoslav Olympic fencer
  • Franjo Frankopan, Croatian nobleman and Latinist
  • Franjo Glaser (1913–2003), Croatian football goalkeeper and football manager
  • Franjo Gregurić (born 1939), Croatian politician, prime minister of Croatia July 1991 to September 1992
  • Franjo Hanaman (1878–1941), Croatian inventor, engineer, and chemist
  • Franjo Iveković (1834–1914), Croatian linguist and religious writer, university professor and rector of the University of Zagreb
  • Franjo Jelačić (1746–1810), Croatian nobleman, a member of the House of Jelačić
  • Franjo Klein (1828–1889), architect in the period of an early and mature historicism in Croatia
  • Franjo Kluz (1913–1944), Yugoslav pilot of Bosnian origin, best known as one of the founders of the Partisan air force
  • Franjo Komarica (born 1946), Bosnian Croat Roman Catholic prelate, the Bishop of Banja Luka since 1985
  • Franjo Krežma (1862–1881), Croatian violinist and composer
  • Franjo Kuhač (1834–1911), piano teacher, choral conductor, and comparative musicologist who studied Croatian folk music
  • Franjo Kuharić (born 1919), Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Franjo Kukuljević (born 1909), Croatian tennis player
  • Franjo Maixner (1841–1903), Croatian university professor and rector of the University of Zagreb
  • Franjo Majetić (1923–1991), Croatian actor noted for his comedic roles
  • Franjo Malgaj (1894–1919), Slovenian soldier, military leader and poet
  • Franjo Marković (1845–1914), Croatian philosopher and writer
  • Franjo Mihalić (born 1920), long-distance runner and Olympic medallist
  • Franjo Mraz (1910–1981), Croatian artist
  • Franjo Punčec (1913–1985), Croatian tennis player
  • Franjo Rački (1828–1894), Croatian historian, politician and writer
  • Franjo Rupnik (1921–2000), Croatian football player
  • Franjo Šeper (1905–1981), Croatian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Franjo Šimić (1900–1944), Croatian colonel, and later general, in the Croatian Home Guard
  • Franjo Šoštarić (1919–1975), Croatian football (soccer) player who competed internationally for Yugoslavia
  • Franjo Tepurić (born 1990), Croatian football striker
  • Franjo Tuđman (1922–1999), Croatian historian, writer and politician
  • Franjo Vlašić, Croatian general and ban
  • Franjo Vladić (born 1950), Bosnian Croat footballer who played for Yugoslavia national football team
  • Franjo Wölfl (1918–1987), Croatian footballer
  • Ivan Franjo Jukić (1818–1857), writer from Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the founders of Bosnian modernism
  • Vanja Udovičić (born 1982), born as Franjo Udovičić, Serbian water polo player and Minister of Youth and Sports