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 Übersetzung für 'Krakow' von Englisch nach Deutsch
SYNO Cracow | Krakau | Krakow
geogr.
Krakow [also: Kraków]
Krakau {n}
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geogr.
Kraków-Częstochowa Upland
Krakau-Tschenstochauer Jura {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • All "ziemias" are named after main urban centers (or gords) of a given area: "ziemia krakowska" (after Krakow), or "ziemia lubelska" (after Lublin).
  • Since 2000 he participated in the concert "Ellington po krakowsku" "(Ellington Cracowway)" where notable composers of the Piwnica pod Baranami were playing their interpretations of Duke Ellington's music.
  • He was a co-founder of the "Awangarda krakowska" ('Kraków Avant-garde') group of writers.
  • Abbot of Tyniec and Czerwińsk ("opat tyniecki i czerwinski"), Bishop of Płock and Coadjutor Bishop of Kraków ("koadiutor krakowski") from 1773, and Archbishop of Gniezno and Primate of Poland from 1784.
  • He did participate in the Aleksander Glondys's "Ellington po krakowsku" ("Ellington Kraków Way"), a concert based upon idea of notable composers of Piwnica pod Baranami playing their interpretations of Duke's music.

  • were the lowest rung of the territorial administration of the country and deferred to voivodes (with the exception of the Burgrave of Kraków (Polish "Burgrabia krakowski") who had precedence over the Voivode of Kraków).
  • The Cracowians are divided into two geographic subgroups, the Eastern Cracowians who inhabit the areas north and east of Kraków from Jędrzejów and Miechów to Tarnów, and the Western Cracowians who reside west and north of Kraków — their traditional dress is considered to be the quintessential Kraków folk costume ("stroj krakowski").
  • According to the "Annales regni Polonorum deperditi", the yearbook of Kraków Cathedral (Rocznik kapitulny krakowski), he succeeded Hipolit in 1027 and remained in office until his death on 7 March 1028, and the bishopric may have then remained vacant until 1076.
  • The city of Kraków is famous for its sausage "kiełbasa krakowska" and meat sandwich "maczanka krakowska".
  • The Bochnia salt mine was established in 1248 after salt had been discovered there in the 12th and 13th centuries, and became part of the royal mining company, "Żupy krakowskie" (Kraków Salt Works).

  • The Congress of Kraków (Polish: "Zjazd krakowski") was a meeting of monarchs initiated by King Casimir III the Great of Poland and held in Kraków (Cracow) around September 22–27, 1364.
  • The Kraków uprising (Polish: "powstanie krakowskie", "rewolucja krakowska"; German: "Krakauer Aufstand"; Russian: "краковское восстание") of 1846 was an attempt, led by Polish insurgents such as Jan Tyssowski and Edward Dembowski, to incite a fight for national independence.
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