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 Übersetzung für 'Vsetin' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Vsetin | -
geogr.
Vsetin [also: Vsetín]
Wsetin {n}
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Übersetzung für 'Vsetin' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Vsetin [also: Vsetín]
Wsetin {n}geogr.
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  • Zimní stadion Na Lapači is an indoor sporting arena located in Vsetín, Czech Republic. The capacity of the arena is 5,400 people and was built in 1966. It is currently home to the VHK Vsetín ice hockey team.
  • In 1609, Vsetín was acquired by marriage by Albrecht von Wallenstein. He brought Jesuits to the Vsetín dominion and initiated a strict re-Catholicisation among serfs. Religious and economic oppression led to resistance and long-term rebellions of the serfs during the Thirty Years' War. The serfs joined the Swedish army in the war and Vsetín became their centre. In 1627, Vsetín was burned down and many people were executed, but the rebels weren't defeated until 1644. About 200 participants of the rebellion were executed in Vsetín and it remains one of the most dreadful in the nation's history. Vsetín and villages in a wide surrounding area were burned.
  • Josef Sousedík (18 December 1894, Vsetín – 15 December 1944, Vsetín) was Czech inventor, industrialist and resistance fighter. using his patents and inventions. The workshop expanded into a factory employing over 200 people by 1934. The factory went bankrupt in 1934 during the Great Depression and was bought by Ringhoffer-Tatra, which employed Sousedík as a CEO.
  • Played in Frýdek-Místek, Vsetín, Olomouc, and Prerov.
  • The 1994–95 season marked the beginning of the Vsetín dynasty. In its first year in the league, HC Dadák Vsetín finished first in the regular season and later won the playoffs, beating AC ZPS Zlín 3 to 1. Vsetín would go on to win the next four installments of the Extraliga, with the team usually finishing first in the regular season as well. No team ever even came close to matching the feat of dominance that was shown by Vsetín throughout the second half of the 1990s.

  • His father, Alexej Jaškin, was a professional defenceman for Khimik Voskresensk in the Soviet Championship League and later Vsetín in the Czech Extraliga. Dmitrij and his older brother Michail started in the Vsetín youth system while their father played there, and they both transferred to Slavia Praha in 2008. The family has lived in the Czech Republic since 1993, when Dmitrij was eight months old.
  • Jan Srdínko (born February 22, 1974) is a former Czech professional ice hockey player. Srdinko most recently was a member of HC Slovan Bratislava in the Slovak Extraliga. Srdinko also played for HC Vsetín, HC Sparta Praha, Leksands IF and HC Kladno. Srdinko has been a member of six Czech Extraliga championship teams at HC Vsetín and once with HC Sparta.
  • Miroslav Adámek (18 February 1957, Vsetín – 22 January 2002, Vsetín) was a Czech painter, graphic artist and illustrator.
  • The pistol was developed at the end of the 1990s by weapon designer Antonín Zendl for the company "Zbrojovka Vsetín - Indet" ("ZVI", originally established in Vsetín in 1937 as a part of Zbrojovka Brno).
  • Her senior club career began in the [...] at age 11 with HK Vsetín. Čajanová has also played in the Czech national junior leagues at the under-16 (U16) and under-17 (U17) levels and in the 1. liga žen, the second-tier Czech national league for women's ice hockey, with HC Cherokees Blansko, HK Vsetín, HC Lvi Břeclav, and HC Bobři Valašské Meziříčí.

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