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Krnjevo is a small town in the municipality of Velika Plana, Serbia. By road it is 105 kilometres (65 mi) southeast of the Belgrade. According to the 2002 census, the town has a population of 4,253 people. The area, with its rich black soils, belongs to the Smederevo wine region which also includes Smederevo, Grocka, and Pozarevac. In 1975, a three-nave early Christian basilica was found here near the banks of the Bashovitsa River.
- Velibor Jonić, a member of Serbian fascist movement ZBOR and a Serbian Commissioner of Education during World War II
- Kosta Manojlović (1890–1949), composer
- Aleksandar Tirnanić, Yugoslavian footballer
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- Aničić, Anica (1969). Wines and wine-growing districts of Yugoslavia: Winecard. "Zadružna štampa,". p. 52.
- Grozdanov, Cvetan (1989). Macedonian national treasures. Makedonska kniga. p. 112.
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