Lugoj

What is Lugoj known for?


major roles

season, playing small roles in several plays and operettas. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, p. 21. ISBN 978-0813122731. He went on to Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) plays and other major roles. Moving to Budapest in 1911, he played dozens of roles with the National Theater of Hungary in the period 1913–1919. Although Lugosi would later claim that he "became the leading actor of Hungary's Royal National Theater", almost all his roles there were small or supporting parts. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 25–26, 28–29. ISBN 978-0813122731. quote Referenced information is from an essay in the book written by his son Bela G. Lugosi. was born as '''Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó''' in Lugos (Lugoj) (at the time part of Austria–Hungary, now Lugoj in Romania), to Paula de Vojnich and István Blaskó, a banker. IMdb and Biography Channel He later based his last name on his hometown. He and his sister Vilma were raised in a Roman Catholic family. Wikipedia:Lugoj Commons:Category:Lugoj


biography

. Lugosi. was born as '''Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó''' in Lugos (Lugoj) (at the time part of Austria–Hungary, now Lugoj in Romania), to Paula de Vojnich and István Blaskó, a banker. IMdb and Biography Channel He later based his last name on his hometown. He and his sister Vilma were raised in a Roman Catholic family.

, a banker. IMdb and Biography Channel He later based his last name on his hometown. He and his sister Vilma were raised in a Roman Catholic family.

believed that a heavier-than-air machine could not fly. He then visited Victor Tatin, a well-known theoretician and experimenter who had built an aircraft model which flew in 1879. ; born 19 February 1926 in Lugoj) is a Hungarian (Hungary) composer of contemporary music. Biography György Kurtág was born in Lugoj in the Banat region, Romania.


acting career

, and in the Hearts of Horror Lovers year 1997 publisher url http: books.google.com books?visbn 0786402571&id Aueo3mOrIKIC&pg PA38&lpg PA38&ots PFzGZNPZXt&dq %22Bela+Lugosi%22+CATHOLIC&sig y0MXm3vsaiq-PqF0p8odUBBA5Bo isbn 0786402571 At the age of 12, Lugosi dropped out of school. He began his acting career probably in 1901 or 1902. His earliest known performances are from provincial theaters in the 1903–1904 season, playing small roles in several plays and operettas. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, p. 21. ISBN 978-0813122731. He went on to Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) plays and other major roles. Moving to Budapest in 1911, he played dozens of roles with the National Theater of Hungary in the period 1913–1919. Although Lugosi would later claim that he "became the leading actor of Hungary's Royal National Theater", almost all his roles there were small or supporting parts. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 25–26, 28–29. ISBN 978-0813122731. quote Referenced information is from an essay in the book written by his son Bela G. Lugosi. was born as '''Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó''' in Lugos (Lugoj) (at the time part of Austria–Hungary, now Lugoj in Romania), to Paula de Vojnich and István Blaskó, a banker. IMdb and Biography Channel He later based his last name on his hometown. He and his sister Vilma were raised in a Roman Catholic family. Wikipedia:Lugoj Commons:Category:Lugoj


book written

birth_date Referenced information is from an essay in the book written by his son Bela G

", almost all his roles there were small or supporting parts. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 25–26, 28–29. ISBN 978-0813122731. quote Referenced information is from an essay in the book written by his son Bela G. Lugosi. was born as '''Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó''' in Lugos (Lugoj) (at the time part of Austria–Hungary, now Lugoj in Romania), to Paula de Vojnich and István Blaskó


national training

Internationale de Gymnastique IGHF presents Class of 2011, May 6, 2011 Early life and career Lavinia Miloşovici was born on October 21, 1976 in Lugoj in a family with Serbian roots (Serbs of Romania). Her mother, Ildiko, was a competitive volleyball player, while her father, Tănase, was a national team wrestler (wrestling). She began gymnastics at the age of 6 and moved to the Deva National Training Centre as she excelled in the sport. FIG biography International Gymnastics Federation Whatever happened to Lavinia Miloşovici? Gymnastics Greats, 2008 Legends:Lavinia Miloşovici ''International Gymnast'', 2001 DATE OF BIRTH October 21, 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH Lugoj, Romania DATE OF DEATH *Beszterce (Bistriţa) 10.9%, Nagybánya (Baia Mare) 10.9%, Szászrégen (Reghin) 10.8% *, Komárom 10.7% Nx, Pozsony (Bratislava SL, Pressburg) 10.5%, Nyíregyháza 10.2% Qx, Szombathely 10.1% Nx, Arad (Arad (Arad, Romania) RO) 10.0%, Rimaszombat (Rimavská Sobota) 10.0%, *Baja (Baja, Hungary) 9.9% N, Eger 9.5% * Erlau qx, Érsekújvár (Nové Zámky) 9.5% Xn, Lőcse (Levoča SL) 9.5%, Lugos (Lugoj RO) 9.5%, Temesvár (Timișoara RO) 9.3%, Dicsőszentmárton (Târnăveni RO) 9.2%, Debrecen 9.1% *, Déva (Deva (Deva, Romania) RO) 9.1%, *Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureş) 8.7% Xq, Rózsahegy (Ružomberok SL) 8.7%, Veszprém 8.6% N, Székesfehérvár 8.3% Nx, Pécs 8.1% N, * Wikipedia:Lugoj Commons:Category:Lugoj


large building

a historical monument. The church is a large building: length 42 m, width 21.5 m, 15.7 m height to dome vaults, iconostasis without canopy height of 9.3 m. The total height reaches 57 m. In the space with great acoustics of the church, the famous chorus "Ion Vidu" of the Lugoj Culture House supports traditional annual Easter concert. *


difficult life

and Târgovişte. Despite a poverty stricken and, in some ways, a difficult life, he managed to remain productive. His completed works run to over 50,000 pages. The town is situated in the center of a distinct ethno-folkloric area, at the north-west side of the Poiana Ruscă mountains, on the DN68 national road. The road stretches from Ilia (Ilia, Hunedoara) to Lugoj—and on the CFR (Căile Ferate Române) 212 railroad line. birth_date


works run

and Târgovişte. Despite a poverty stricken and, in some ways, a difficult life, he managed to remain productive. His completed works run to over 50,000 pages. The town is situated in the center of a distinct ethno-folkloric area, at the north-west side of the Poiana Ruscă mountains, on the DN68 national road. The road stretches from Ilia (Ilia, Hunedoara) to Lugoj—and on the CFR (Căile Ferate Române) 212 railroad line. birth_date


roles

season, playing small roles in several plays and operettas. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, p. 21. ISBN 978-0813122731. He went on to Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) plays and other major roles. Moving to Budapest in 1911, he played dozens of roles with the National Theater of Hungary in the period 1913–1919. Although Lugosi would later claim that he "became the leading actor of Hungary's Royal National Theater

", almost all his roles there were small or supporting parts. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 25–26, 28–29. ISBN 978-0813122731. quote Referenced information is from an essay in the book written by his son Bela G. Lugosi. was born as '''Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó''' in Lugos (Lugoj) (at the time part of Austria–Hungary, now Lugoj in Romania), to Paula de Vojnich and István Blaskó

%22+CATHOLIC&sig y0MXm3vsaiq-PqF0p8odUBBA5Bo isbn 0786402571 At the age of 12, Lugosi dropped out of school. He began his acting career probably in 1901 or 1902. His earliest known performances are from provincial theaters in the 1903–1904 season, playing small roles in several plays and operettas. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, p. 21. ISBN 978-0813122731. He went


style unique

was recognized. In 1908, mineral water from Buziaş won the gold medal at the exhibition in Bratislava. Since 1911, Buziaş became European resort, visited at the time by Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Josef.Architecture of the resort is Turkish-Byzantine style, unique in Romania. Because of curative water and architectural style,Buziaş was likened to the famous resorts Karlovy Vary and Baden-Baden.In Buziaş you can visit the Resort Museum and Dendrological Park, with an area of 20 hectares and many rare

Lugoj

thumb 300px View from a bridge in Lugoj (File:Lugoj1.jpg)

'''Lugoj''' ( ) is a city in Timiş County, Banat, western Romania. The Timiş River divides the city into two halves, the so-called Romanian Lugoj that spreads on the right bank and the German (Banat Swabians) Lugoj on the left bank. It is the seat of the Eparchy of Lugoj in the Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek-Catholic. The city administers two villages, Măguri and Tapia.

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