Eger

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". Here are located Dobó tér, the main square of the historical town, surrounded by Baroque houses and St. Anthony's Church. Other historic buildings nearby include the Cathedral and the Lyceum. * '''Berva ''' is now a housing estate about 2 km to the NW of Eger. Founded in 1951, it was a huge industrial park by the name of Finomszerelvénygyár, privatized in 1992. * '''Castle of Eger''' - The oldest and most famous part of Eger. * '''Cifra hóstya ''' - North of the centre


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;Frankovka modrá"), Croatia (Croatian wine) ("frankovka") and Slovenia (Slovenian wine) (known as "modra frankinja"). In Hungary (Hungarian wine) the grape is called ''Kékfrankos'' (also lit. blue Frankish) and is grown in a number of wine regions including Sopron, Villány, Szekszárd, and Eger (where it is a major ingredient in the famous red wine blend known as ''Egri Bikavér'' (lit. Bull's Blood) having largely replaced the Kadarka grape

; Image:Med 1.png - '''Egri Bikavér''' ("Bull's Blood of Eger") is Hungary's most famous red wine. It comes from the Eger wine region of northern Hungary; the Szekszárd region produces a similar wine with similar name (Szekszárdi Bikavér) but with different character. The disintegration of the Ottoman army allowed Imperial Habsburg armies to conquer large areas. They took over Osijek, Petrovaradin, Sremski Karlovci, Ilok, Valpovo, Požega


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for its castle (Castle of Eger), thermal baths, historic buildings (including the northernmost Turkish (Ottoman Empire) minaret), dishes and red wines. It has an estimated population of 56,530 as of 2011, which makes it 19th largest city in Hungary. The city is located on the Eger Stream, on the hills of the Bükk Mountains. Etymology thumb left 250px '''Eger''' in Georg Braun (File:Eger G Hoefnagel.jpg) and Frans Hogenberg's Civitates orbis terrarum (1617

craftsman, merchants and artists with such talented ones among them as Kracker János Lukács, Anton Maulberts, Franz Sigrist, Josef Gerl, Jakab Fellner and Henrik Fasola. The town population grew suddenly. While in 1688 it was only 1200, in 1787 more than 17 000 people lived here. At this time '''Eger''' was the 6th largest town of Hungary (based on the number of its inhabitants). Viticulture also reached its brightest period in these days. The wine-growing area was twelve

Archbishop István Seregely, who retired because of age. The constituent dioceses of the province were Košice (Kassa, Kaschau), Rožňava (Roman Catholic Diocese of Rožňava) (Rozsnyó, Rosenau, now part of Slovakia), Szatmár and Szepes (Zipo, Zipsen). Wine thumb left 200px A vineyard in '''Eger''' (File:Eger-Vinyard.jpg) Beside its historic sights and its thermal baths, '''Eger''' is famous for its wines (Eger wine region).It produces both red and white wines of high


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and National Talents Support Council, Particular Educational Talents Support Council, Budapest, Hungary: Henriett Seth F. - The Rain Girl Artist Particular Educational Talents Support Council, 3rd annex http: www.tehetsegpont.hu dokumentumok eml_ntt_20110511.doc "Henriett Seth F. - The Rain Girl Artist" National Talents Support Council. Retrieved 2011-04-03 Henriett had a long history of visual art, poetry


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diseases and other physical disorders. She gave up creative music career altogether at the age of 13, creative writing altogether at the age of 25 and she also gave up creative painting altogether before the age of 27. Her organization was attacked by cancer in 2009. Henriett Seth F.' s life and arts can be compared Arthur Rimbaud' s life and arts after her "Little Wassily Kandinsky" 's early childhood savant syndrome years. Henriett universal effect of all that was what we


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'', p.175. Basic Books, 2005. ISBN 0465023967 (Turkish (Turkish language) for Battle of Hacova) during which the Sultan had to be dissuaded from fleeing the field halfway through the battle. The next year it was noted, "the doctors declared that the Sultan cannot leave for war on account of his bad health, produced by excesses of eating and drinking". thumb right 200px Mehmed III (File:Mehmed III.jpg)'s armies conquered Eger in 1596 and defeated the Habsburg


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style. There are three remarkable 18th-century frescoed ceilings, of which only the one in the library is open to the public. Painted by the Viennese artist Johann Lukas Kracker in 1778, it depicts the Council of Trent of 1545-63, which launched the Counter-Reformation. Among the figures depicted are the Reformers Luther and Zwingli, whose "heretical" books are being struck by a bolt of lightning. The beautifully furnished library opened in 1793. There is a camera obscura or periscope


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the castles. Twentieth century The order continued to expand geographically throughout the twentieth century, taking responsibility for missions in Swaziland in 1913, Acre (Acre (state)) in Brazil in 1919, Aisén, Chile in 1937, and Zululand (Natal Province) in South Africa. It also made foundations in Argentina from 1914 and more solidly since 1921; Transvaal (Transvaal Province) in South Africa since 1935, Uruguay 1939, Bolivia 1946, Mexico 1948

Eger

'''Eger''' ( ) is the county seat of Heves (Heves (county)), and the second largest city in Northern Hungary (after Miskolc). Eger is best known for its castle (Castle of Eger), thermal baths, historic buildings (including the northernmost Turkish (Ottoman Empire) minaret), dishes and red wines. It has an estimated population of 56,530 as of 2011, which makes it 19th largest city in Hungary. The city is located on the Eger Stream, on the hills of the Bükk Mountains.

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