Jurij

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Jurij may refer to:

  • Jurij Alschitz (born 1947), theatre director, theatre and acting theorist who has lived in Berlin since 1992
  • Jurij Brězan (1916–2006), Sorbian writer
  • Jurij Cherednikov (born 1964), Ukrainian-American author and software engineer
  • Jurij Dalmatin (1547–1589), Slovene Lutheran minister, writer and translator
  • Jurij Fedynskyj (born 1975), Ukrainian-American folk singer, kobzar and bandurist
  • Jurij Gering, politician in Slovenia during the first half of the 16th century when it was under the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jurij Japelj, also known in German as Georg Japel (1744–1807), Slovene Jesuit priest, translator and philologist
  • Jurij Ambrož Kappus, politician of the 18th century in Slovenia, when the country was under the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jurij Koch (born 1936), Sorbian writer
  • Jurij Korenjak, Slovenian slalom canoeist who competed in the early 2000s
  • Jurij Lopatynsky (born 1906), Ukrainian activist, soldier, colonel in the Ukrainian Insurgent Army
  • Jurij Moškon (born 1973), Slovenian Film editor
  • Jurij Moskvitin (1938–2005), classical pianist, composer, philosopher, mathematician and boheme
  • Janez Jurij Pilgram, politician of the 18th century in Slovenia, when the country was under the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jurij Rovan (born 1975), Slovenian pole vaulter
  • Jurij Tazel, politician in Slovenia during the early 16th century when it was under the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jurij Tiffrer, 16th century politician in Slovenia when the country was under the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jurij Vega (1754–1802), Slovene mathematician, physicist, artillery officer
  • Jurij Viditsch, politician of the early 17th century in Slovenia when the country was under the Holy Roman Empire
  • Jurij Wertatsch, politician of the mid 17th century in Slovenia, when the country was under the Holy Roman Empire

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