Tychy

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9d03e0d7123df931a2575ac0a96f958260&st cse&sq Fresco+Bring+Good&scp 2 title Bringing Good Things to Fiat? accessdate 11 March 2008 first John last Tagliabue work query.nytimes.com date 12 September 1999 Local variants of Fiats are produced at these factories as well as a world car, the Palio (Fiat Palio). As of 2005, the company holds the first position in the Brazilian automobile market with a market share close to 25%. File:Fiat500126.JPG 250px thumb Fiat 500


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Tychy (Category:Cities and towns in Silesian Voivodeship) Tychy (Category:City counties of Poland) (Category:Tychy) - style "text-align:center;" 10 center 25px (File:POL Tychy COA.svg) style "text-align:left;" '''Tychy''' style "text-align:center;" 131,153 style "text-align:center;" 82 km² style "text-align:center;" Silesian Voivodeship center 33px (File:Flag of Poland.svg) - style "text-align:center;" parts 19 cities, 17 land counties * p1 Bielsko-Biała p2 Bytom p3 Chorzów p4 Częstochowa p5 Dąbrowa Górnicza p6 Gliwice p7 Jastrzębie-Zdrój p8 Jaworzno p9 Katowice p10 Mysłowice p11 Piekary Śląskie p12 Ruda Śląska p13 Rybnik p14 Siemianowice Śląskie p15 Sosnowiec p16 Świętochłowice p17 Tychy p18 Zabrze p19 Żory p20 Będzin County p21 Bielsko County p22 Bieruń-Lędziny County p23 Cieszyn County p24 Częstochowa County p25 Gliwice County p26 Kłobuck County p27 Lubliniec County p28 Mikołów County p29 Myszków County p30 Pszczyna County p31 Racibórz County p32 Rybnik County p33 Tarnowskie Góry County p34 Wodzisław County p35 Zawiercie County p36 Żywiec County coor_pinpoint Katowice latd 50 latm 15 latNS N longd 19 longm 0 longEW E Location Katowice lies on ''Katowice Highlands'', as part of the Silesian Highlands, in the eastern part of Upper Silesia, within the central portion of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin. In administrative terms, Katowice is an Residential


704

. It was the first Fiat model to be solely manufactured in the FSM (Fabryka Samochodów Małolitrażowych) plant in Tychy, Poland, which had been sold to Fiat by the Polish state, and where production of the Polish variant of the Fiat 126, the Polski Fiat 126p, was still running. Production of the Cinquecento ended in 1998, when it was replaced by the Seicento (Fiat Seicento). Despite its name, its lowest displacement was 704 cc. * Falaise, Calvados Falaise


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Nelson D. last Schwartz url http: www.nytimes.com 2009 07 15 business global 15fiat.html?_r 1&em title To Shrink a U.S. Car, Chrysler Goes to Poland date 2009-07-14 work The New York Times accessdate 2009-07-14 It produces the new Fiat 500 (Fiat 500 (2007)), the Ford Ka (under an OEM (Original equipment manufacturer) agreement between the two manufactuers), and the new Lancia Ypsilon. It was the exclusive manufacturing site for the second generation Fiat Panda until 2012, when it ended production. , a part of Tychy, Poland) – March 24, 1865, in Berlin, Germany) was a German sculptor.


science studies

officer, acting chief of Biuro Bezpieczeństwa Narodowego (Bureau of National Security), former commander of "GROM", doctor of military science studies, speciality: management. DATE OF BIRTH November 8, 1962 PLACE OF BIRTH Tychy, Poland DATE OF DEATH In the Polish local elections, 2006, the movement did not win a single seat in the sejmik of the Silesian Voivodeship, gaining 4.35% of the popular vote. It placed after main parties in Poland


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Transport Tychy is one of only 4 towns in Poland to have trolleybuses. The other 3 are Lublin, Gdynia and Sopot. - Other sporting teams Tychy is also home to several other sports teams, including basketball team Big Star Tychy, futsal team GKS Jachym Tychy and floorball team TKKF Pionier Tychy. Notable people Tychy has been the birthplace and home of notable people, both past and present. German


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9d03e0d7123df931a2575ac0a96f958260&st cse&sq Fresco+Bring+Good&scp 2 title Bringing Good Things to Fiat? accessdate 11 March 2008 first John last Tagliabue work query.nytimes.com date 12 September 1999 Local variants of Fiats are produced at these factories as well as a world car, the Palio (Fiat Palio). As of 2005, the company holds the first position in the Brazilian automobile market with a market share close to 25%. File:Fiat500126.JPG 250px thumb Fiat 500


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in 1467. Umtychy.pl, "History of Tychy", Retrieved 2006-07-02 In 1629 the first trace of serious economic activity was recorded in the shape of the Książęcy Brewery, which is now one of the largest breweries in Poland. Umtychy.pl, "Monuments", Retrieved 2006-07-02 From 1526 onwards

a population of 11,000 at its highest point during this time. 1939 to 1945: invasion and occupation Along with the rest of industrial Upper Silesia Tychy was occupied by Nazi forces after the invasion of Poland and absorbed into the Third Reich, ^ Cienciala, Anna M. (2004). "The Coming of the War and Eastern Europe in World War II" University of Kansas. Retrieved

during the invasion, thanks largely to the fact that most of the nearby fighting took place in the Mikołów-Wyry area. Umtychy.pl, "History of Tychy", Retrieved 2006-07-03 New Tychy The "New City" was designated by the Polish government in 1950 and deliberately located near to Katowice with the intention that it would not be a self-sustaining city. Tychy is the largest of the so-called


126

Fiat's small cars (the 126 (Fiat 126), Cinquecento (Fiat Cinquecento), Seicento (Fiat Seicento), Nuova 500 (Fiat Nuova 500) and Ford Ka) and small diesel engines are made. Fiat also has factories in Argentina, Brazil, and Italy. In addition, its cars are produced through licensing and joint-venture agreements in China, Egypt, France, India, South Africa, Turkey, and Vietnam.

& 126 The Fabryka Samochodów Małolitrażowych (FSM) in Bielsko-Biała and Tychy started the output of the Fiat 126(p) (Fiat 126p#Polski Fiat 126p) in 1973 and the Cinquecento (Fiat Cinquecento) in 1991. Poland Three cities operate trolleybuses: Lublin, Tychy and Gdynia. Several other Polish cities had trolleybus systems in the past; see List of trolleybus systems (List of trolleybus systems#Poland). +1 align left Tychy (incl in USMU) 129,776

web url http: somaca.e-monsite.com title Somaca Casablanca publisher Somaca.e-monsite.com date accessdate 2010-04-19 Nampo, North Korea (Pyeonghwa) Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Mekong (Mekong Auto)) production 1996–present The '''Fiat Cinquecento''' ( ) was a city car designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro launched by Fiat in late 1991 to replace the Fiat 126


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market share significantly in spite of the industry’s dip in sales url http: www.sabmiller.com index.asp?pageid 149&newsid 1186 publisher SABMiller date 1 March 2010 Sports Tychy is home to two major sporting teams, both named GKS Tychy. GKS stands for Górniczy Klub Sportowy, ( ), which is a common prefix for Polish sports teams situated near mines or in mining regions. Ice hockey File:LodowiskoTychy.JPG thumb Tychy Winter Stadium

Tychy

'''Tychy''' ( south of Katowice. Situated on the southern edge of the Upper Silesian industrial district, the city borders Katowice to the north, Mikołów to the west, Bieruń to the east and Kobiór to the south. The Gostynia river, a tributary of the Vistula, flows through Tychy.

Since 1999 Tychy has been located within the Silesian Voivodeship, a province consisting of 71 regional towns and cities. Tychy is also one of the founding cities of the Metropolitan Association of Upper Silesia, a pan-Silesian economic and political union formed with the eventual aim of bringing the most populous Silesian areas under a single administrative body.

Tychy is well known for its brewing industry, which dates back to the 17th century. "Tychy", Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia 2009, Retrieved 2006-07-02 Since 1950 Tychy has grown rapidly, mainly as a result of post-war Communist planning policies enacted to disperse the population of industrial Upper Silesia. Duvall, C and Winstan Bond. (2003). ''Suburbanising the Masses: Public Transport and Urban Development in Historical Perspective''. p. 114. Ashgate Publishing Lipk-Bierwiaczonek, M. "Całkiem nowe miasto socjalistyczne", ''Gazeta.pl Katowice'', , Retrieved 2006-07-02

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