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- živa a.k.a. Ziva is the fictional character from the 2003 film Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi.
- živa a.k.a. Ziva a fictional character from the 2011 film A Trip.
- živa a.k.a. Ziva is a fictional character from the TV series Ha-Alufa.
- also known as Ziva Kan-Dida, Ziva Candida
živa a.k.a. Živa is a small settlement near Vajska, Serbia. It is located in the Bač municipality, South Bačka District, Vojvodina province. Although it is physically separated from Vajska, Živa is not officially regarded as a separate settlement, but as part of Vajska.
- živa a.k.a. Živa, also Żiwia, Siva, Sieba or Razivia, was the Slavic goddess of life and fertility. She was worshipped throughout what is now Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Germany, before Christianity expanded into the area. Her name means "living, being, existing". Živa is mentioned in the Baptism on the Savica, an epic poem by the Slovene national poet France Prešeren.
- živa a.k.a. Ziva is an Israeli dish made of puff pastry topped with sesame field and stuffed with cheese and olives. The origin of the dish comes from an Israeli of Yemenite origin named Neri Avneri who invented the dish in 1989 at Nargilla restaurant, the dish is named after his wife. Today Ziva appears at restaurants and homes. the cooking style of Ziva influenced from the Yemenite Malawach cooking style but looks like börek, which both are also common is Israel. Ziva is usually served alongside hot sauce, eggs and Israeli salad.
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