Komárom

What is Komárom known for?


legendary founder

Kovilj monastery on December 22, 1801. *Kočevje (''Gottschee'') *Komárom Komárno (''Komorn''), 1265 *Košice (''Kaschau''), 1347 According to the medieval ''Gesta Hungarorum'', the leader of the Magyars, Árpád, donated a large estate to Ketel along the Danube and Váh (Vág) rivers where he settled with his people. Today, Ketel is honoured as the legendary founder of the city of Komárom Komárno with his son, Alaptolma. According to the medieval


hungarian

:''For other uses see Komarno'' ksh_code 05449 area_total_km2 70.19 population_total 19747 population_as_of 2009

population_footnotes postal_code 2900 area_code 34 latd 47.73576 longd 18.15296 '''Komárom''' ( , Croatian (Croatian language): ''Komoran'', German (German language): ''Komorn'', Serbian (Serbian language): ''Коморан'') is a city split between Hungary on the south bank of the Danube in Komárom-Esztergom county and Slovakia on the other. The fortress played an important role in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 and many contemporary English

connected with an iron bridge and in 1896 the two towns were united under the name Komárom. The center was split by the newly created border of Czechoslovakia in 1920 following the Treaty of Trianon in which Hungary lost 2 3 of its territory creating a sizeable Hungarian minority in Slovakia (Hungarians in Slovakia). The Czechoslovak (Slovak) part is now Komárno, Slovakia). Komárom and Komárno are connected by two bridges: The iron bridge and a newer lifting bridge. The two


local resistance

escaped with the help of his bodyguard, the remaining Hungarian army was mercilessly killed by the Mongols or drowned in the river as they attempted escape. The Mongols now systematically occupied the Great Hungarian Plains, the slopes of the northern Carpathian Mountains, and Transylvania. Where they found local resistance, they ruthlessly killed the population. Where the locale offered no resistance, they forced the men into servitude in the Mongol army. Still, tens of thousands avoided


creating

connected with an iron bridge and in 1896 the two towns were united under the name Komárom. The center was split by the newly created border of Czechoslovakia in 1920 following the Treaty of Trianon in which Hungary lost 2 3 of its territory creating a sizeable Hungarian minority in Slovakia (Hungarians in Slovakia). The Czechoslovak (Slovak) part is now Komárno, Slovakia). Komárom and Komárno are connected by two bridges: The iron bridge and a newer lifting bridge. The two

at the confluence of the Danube and the Váh rivers. Komárno was formed from part of a historical town in Hungary situated on both banks of the Danube. Following World War I, the border of the newly created Czechoslovakia cut the historical, unified town in half, creating two new towns. The smaller part, based on the former suburb of Újszőny, is in present-day Hungary as Komárom (the historical Hungarian town had the same name). Komárno and Komárom are connected by the Elizabeth


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and serial production began soon after. The first installation, at 16 kV 50 Hz, was in 1932 on the 56 km section of the Hungarian State Railways between Budapest and Komárom. This proved successful and the electrification was extended to Hegyeshalom in 1934. Duffy (2003: 273–274) Attacks on oil targets had assumed top priority by October and vast fleets of heavy bombers, escorted by P-38 Lightning and P-51 Mustang


teaching position

he travelled to Moscow and Smolensk. For the next few months he led an unsettled life, attracting attention everywhere by his talents and boldness of his teaching. On his way home he also visited Poland and various parts of Hungary. In 1757 he returned to his native Sremski Karlovci and sought a teaching position at a seminary called Pokrovo-Bogorodičina škola, which was denied. Dejected and hurt, he decided to go back to Imperial Russia. He arrived in 1757 back in Kiev where he


biography

Category:Populated places on the Danube Biography Selye was born in Vienna, Austria-Hungary on 26 January 1907.

, and to besiege them. The Ottoman Army was mobilized on 21 January 1682, and war was declared on 6 August 1682. thumb left 130px King Jan III Sobieski (Image:SiemiginowskiJerzy.1686.JanIIISobieskiPodWiedniem.jpg) Biography Lehár was born in the northern part of Komárom, Kingdom of Hungary, Austria-Hungary (now Komárno, Slovakia), the eldest son of an Austrian bandmaster (conducting) in the Infantry Regiment No. 50 of the Austro-Hungarian Army and a Hungarian

Countries , ''funzine.hu'', Retrieved November 24, 2010 - 18px (File:AB-AS-blau.svg) (85 km) Komárom, Kisbér - Biography Rajić was born on September 21, 1726 in Sremski Karlovci. He attended Novi Sad's ''Petrovaradinska roždestveno-bogorodičina škola latinosko-slovenska'', the Latino-Slavonic Spiritual Academy for young theologians, founded by Russian-born Emanuel Kozačinski in 1731. In 1744 he moved to Komárom where he attended a Society


part based

at the confluence of the Danube and the Váh rivers. Komárno was formed from part of a historical town in Hungary situated on both banks of the Danube. Following World War I, the border of the newly created Czechoslovakia cut the historical, unified town in half, creating two new towns. The smaller part, based on the former suburb of Újszőny, is in present-day Hungary as Komárom (the historical Hungarian town had the same name). Komárno and Komárom are connected by the Elizabeth


writing books

of Serbian Orthodox Church in Sremski Karlovci, he moved to Temesvar and then to Novi Sad, where he became a professor at a college (''Duhovna kolegija''). In 1772 he went to Kovilj monastery where, at the age of 46, Rajić became a monk and soon after he was elevated to the monastic rank of archimandrite, and made abbot of the same monastery. He spent the rest of his life in the monastery writing books, mostly with religious and theological themes. He died in the Sebian


important role

population_footnotes postal_code 2900 area_code 34 latd 47.73576 longd 18.15296 '''Komárom''' ( , Croatian (Croatian language): ''Komoran'', German (German language): ''Komorn'', Serbian (Serbian language): ''Коморан'') is a city split between Hungary on the south bank of the Danube in Komárom-Esztergom county and Slovakia on the other. The fortress played an important role in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 and many contemporary English

Posthumus was born on the right bank of the Danube which is in Slovakia now. She witnessed the birth of Ladislaus the Posthumous who in her eyes was the natural heir to the kingdoms of Hungary and Bohemia. The fortress was built at the place of the castle of Queen Mary of Hungary. In comparison with the large fortresses in Nové Zámky and Komárom, it has always played a less important role in the town's history. It has been

Komárom

'''Komárom''' ( , Croatian (Croatian language): ''Komoran'', German (German language): ''Komorn'', Serbian (Serbian language): ''Коморан'') is a city split between Hungary on the south bank of the Danube in Komárom-Esztergom county and Slovakia on the other. The fortress played an important role in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 and many contemporary English sources refer to it as the '''Fortress of Comorn''' (e.g. )

The city of Komárom was formerly a separate suburban village called . In 1892 Komárom and Újszőny were connected with an iron bridge and in 1896 the two towns were united under the name Komárom.

The center was split by the newly created border of Czechoslovakia in 1920 following the Treaty of Trianon in which Hungary lost 2 3 of its territory creating a sizeable Hungarian minority in Slovakia (Hungarians in Slovakia). The Czechoslovak (Slovak) part is now Komárno, Slovakia).

Komárom and Komárno are connected by two bridges: The iron bridge and a newer lifting bridge. The two towns used to be a border crossing between Czechoslovakia (later Slovakia) and Hungary, until both countries became part of the Schengen Area, resulting in all immigration and customs checks to be lifted on December 12, 2007.

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