Antonija Šola (born 5 June 1979) is a Croatian singer-songwriter and actress. She is known for playing a main role of "Tina Bauer" from 2004 to 2008, in first Croatian soap opera Zabranjena ljubav. Then she started her solo music career, and has worked on songs and albums with the other singers across the region. For her authorial-songwritting work she has received numerous audience and profession awards.
Antonija Javornik (later, Natalija Bjelajac; 1893–1974) was a Serbian war heroine, nurse and sergeant in the Serbian army during the Balkan Wars and World War I. She was injured in combat twelve times and received twelve medals for bravery.
Also Macedonian.
Also Latvian and Lithuanian.
Pronounced AHN-to-nee-yah (in regions where the neo-Shtokavian accentuation is used) or ahn-TO-nee-yah (in Kajkavian parts of Croatia, including the capital city of Zagreb).
Antica is a variant or diminutive of Antonija in Croatia, mostly among those born before 1960. [noted -ed]

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