Miskolc

What is Miskolc known for?


style stone

20.77690 directions phone hours Office hours: Pastoral Office: Tue-Fr 9:00-12:00. Worship: Sunday eleven o'clock price content This church,-second one on this site, after the lightning affected and demolished the former church,- erected between 1817-1820, the tower of its was finished in 1865. Dimensions of its 31m long and 25m wide. Above the main entrance of church is a very beautiful and remarkable balcony. The classy decorated Empire style stone pulpit made in 1820. The altarpiece


fact industry

thought of as an industrial city, and the largest boost to its economy was indeed provided by the industrialization during the Socialist era; in fact industry (including metallurgy) has a long history in the city. Miskolc was already an important market town in the Middle Ages, mostly due to its proximity to the main trade routes of the region. In regards of the economy, real development started only after the Ottoman occupation. In the 18th century, the town already had a lumber mill


contemporary fine

Theatre of Miskolc phone +36 46 340704 fax hours Mo-Fri:10.00-18.00 Sa:9.00-13.00 price content The Gallery was named after István Szőnyi (1894-1960), Hungarian painter. The building was built in 1927, and later the famous doctor, Petro Sándor (1907-1976) was acquired. A nationally known, modernly equipped private clinic operated here. He was a private collector and his heritage- Contemporary Fine and Applied Arts exhibits can be see here. *


film series

) Therion did a similar show a year before). It included a 40-piece orchestra and a 30-piece choir, and the setlist contained not only the band’s songs, but also covers of classical pieces of Antonio Vivaldi, Antonín Dvořák, Giuseppe Verdi, Edvard Grieg, and of soundtracks of the movies Star Wars, Spider-Man (Spider-Man in film) and Pirates of the Caribbean (Pirates of the Caribbean (film series)). It was released on May 8, 2009 through Nuclear Blast Records. WikiPedia:Miskolc Commons:Category:Miskolc


military band

, Bükkszentlászló, Felsőhámor, Ómassa, Szirma These former villages were annexed to the city in 1950 (Bükkszentlászló in 1981) and are still separated villages, connected to the city only by its public transport system (MVK Rt.). 200px thumb right International Soldiers and Military Band (File:festivalm4.jpg)s Festival. 200px thumb right The National Theatre of Miskolc National Theatre (File:Miskolc national theatre new.jpg). File:Miskolc city hall square.jpg thumb 200px City Hall

at Trooping the Colour, London, 2007. Image:festivalm4.jpg International Soldiers and Military Bands Festival at Miskolc, Hungary. File:Musique Bersaglieri 01.JPG Italian (Italy) Military band at Nice At the beginning of the 19th century, there were three manufacturers and 460 workshops in 1828. The first factories were established in the 1840s (sugar and nail factories). The first telegram message arrived in 1856 and the railway connected


winning bronze

World Games (Orienteering at the World Games) Simone took time off from competitive orienteering in 2008 to give birth to her daughter Malin. She made a successful return to the international orienteering scene in 2009 by winning bronze medals in the middle and sprint distances at the World Orienteering Championships in Miskolc, Hungary, and the gold medal in the long distance. The doubles performances of Levy and his partner Amir Hadad in the months of April and May, 2005, were impressive. In late April the Israelis captured the Hungary F1 tournament in Budapest, defeating Nikola Martinović and Josko Topic 5–7, 6–2, 6–1 in the final. A few days later they won the F2 title in Miskolc as well, beating Bastian Knittel and Marius Zay 6–1, 6–0 in the final. Levy and Hadad then competed in May in the German town of Furth, where they took the title from Jan Frode Andersen and Johan Landsberg, 6–1, 6–2. In July they won at Budaors, Hungary, defeating Adam Chadaj and Stéphane Robert 6–4, 6–7 (7), 6–3. Notable citizens * Ferenc Pfaff Hungarian architect, the designer of the main railway stations of Bratislava, Miskolc (Gömöri (Gömöri Railway Station), and Tiszai Railway Station), Pécs, Győr, Košice, Satu Mare, Szeged, Vršac, Carei, Zagreb, Debrecen, and many other cities and towns, was born here. * Endre Rozsda Hungarian-French Painter 150px thumb Everyday life in the Middle Ages (Image:Diosgyor_waxworks_1.jpg) The '''waxworks museum of the Castle of Diósgyőr''' is a waxworks museum, one of the largest ones in Central Europe. It is situated in the northeastern tower of the Castle of Diósgyőr, in Miskolc-Diósgyőr, Hungary. thumb right 200px Palace Hotel (File:Lillafured Palacehotel.jpg) The '''Anna Cave''' (also called ''Petőfi Cave'') is a natural limestone cave in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, near the waterfall. thumb 250 px The Palace of Music (Image:Zenepalota.jpg) The '''Palace of Music''' (''Zenepalota'') is a building in Bartók (Béla Bartók) square, Miskolc, Hungary. It is the building of the Béla Bartók Secondary School and the Béla Bartók Music Institute (a faculty of the University of Miskolc.) The Palace was designed by Gyula Waelder in Neo-baroque style and was built between 1926 and 1927. The construction was financed from USA (United States of America) loans, just like that of the Hotel Palace in Lillafüred and the Market Hall on Búza tér. The Hungarian (Hungary) city of Miskolc lies on the drainage area of the river Sajó and the stream Szinva. Both the river and the stream played an important part in the development of the city, but during great rains they also meant danger. There were floods in 1691, 1788, 1813, 1845 and 1853, but the largest, which had the most victims and is still remembered as the "Great Flood", was the one which destroyed the city in 1878. Of all the floods in 19th century Hungary, this one killed the most people. The '''Mindszent Church''' (''Mindszenti templom'') is a Roman Catholic parish church in the centre of Miskolc, Hungary. It was built between 1724 and 1880 in Baroque style. It is officially called ''St. Peter and Paul Church'', but in colloquial speech it's always referred to as Mindszent church. 200px thumb Ganz-Solaris type low-floor trolley. (Image:Dsolaris.jpg) Between 1970 and 1984 21 ''FVV'' trams entered service. The same tram type was used in Budapest, Miskolc and Szeged, trams for the latter two cities were built by DKV. The company still owns eight of them, but they can rarely be seen on the streets. * Jamshedpur, India * Miskolc, Hungary * Gary, Indiana WikiPedia:Miskolc Commons:Category:Miskolc


important influence

contributed greatly to the promotion of Hungarian commerce, and exerted an important influence on the commercial policy of the country. He was especially successful in enlarging Hungarian credit in foreign countries, and in making the finances of Hungary independent of those of Vienna. In 1893 the district of Zsolna returned him to the Hungarian Parliament, where he took a prominent part in the currency conferences; and in 1896 he was member of the parliament as deputy of the city of Miskolc. Lánczy received in 1891 the Order of the Iron Crown (Order of the Iron Crown (Austria)), and subsequently the "Comthur-Kreuz" of the Order of Franz Joseph, in recognition of his services in promoting the Millennium Exposition. In 1902 he received the title of ''Hofrath''. Lánczy was a convert to Christianity. WikiPedia:Miskolc Commons:Category:Miskolc


community political

) was a Metropolitan bishop of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Transylvania, and one of the Romanian (Romanians) community political leaders in the Habsburg Monarchy, especially active during the 1848 Revolution (Revolutions of 1848 in the Habsburg areas). He was an honorary member of the Romanian Academy. DATE OF BIRTH 1809 PLACE OF BIRTH Miskolc, Hungary DATE OF DEATH 1873 '''Júlia Sebestyén''' ( WikiPedia:Miskolc Commons:Category:Miskolc


important heavy

''(Diósgyőr-Vasgyár)'' stands the steel factory that made Miskolc the most important heavy industrial city of Hungary (and earned it the nickname "Steel City"). Egyetemváros (University Town) The University of Miskolc is among the newer ones. It was founded in the 1950s, so its buildings are not old, historical ones. University Town (University Town (Miskolc)) is one of the newer parts of the city and can be found between Miskolc and the holiday resort Miskolctapolca


contemporary video

20.78148 directions West about hundred meters from National Theatre of Miskolc phone +36 46 500680 fax +36 46 500682 hours '''Jun-Aug''' Th-Sa 10:00-18:00; Sep-May Th-Sa 9:00-17:00 price Admission: Adult reduced: HUF600 300 (2014) content This is a Museum of Fine Arts, located in the Rákóczi Monument House. It was once baroque mansion. - Kondor Béla memorial exhibit and other periodic exhibitions. Contemporary video art. In addition exhibitions local culture, history and social science exhibition about the local culture, history and social science subjects. Mediterranean-style courtyard. Below the house is the Dory cellar here located the Art Club of Miskol. - Services: cloak-room, café, buffet, toilet WC Monuments thumb Avas Observation Tower, a symbol of the City (File:AvasTVTower.jpg) * WikiPedia:Miskolc Commons:Category:Miskolc

Miskolc

'''Miskolc''' ( , German: Mischkolz) is a city in northeastern Hungary, known for its heavy industry. With a population of 167,754 (2011 census) Miskolc is the third largest city (List of cities and towns in Hungary#Largest cities in Hungary) in Hungary (behind Budapest and Debrecen and second-largest with agglomeration.) It is also the county capital of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén and the regional (Regions of Hungary) centre of Northern Hungary.

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