Translation for 'Lower Silesia' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   Lower Silesia | -
Lower Silesia {noun}
Долна Силезия {ж}
Silesia {noun}
Силезия {ж}
Upper Silesia {noun}
Горна Силезия {ж}
to lower {verb}спускам
lower case letter {noun}малка буква {ж}
lower lip {noun} [Labium inferius (oris)]
долна устна {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Gerhart Hauptmann was born in 1862 in Obersalzbrunn, now known as Szczawno-Zdrój, in Lower Silesia (then a part of the Kingdom of Prussia, now a part of Poland).
  • Von Tempsky was brought up in Liegnitz in Lower Silesia.
  • The percentage of Serbs (Sorbs) in Lusatia has decreased since the 1900 census due to intermarriage, germanization, cultural assimilation related to industrialization and urbanization, Nazi suppression and discrimination, ethnocide and the settlement of expelled Germans after World War II, mainly from Lower Silesia and Northern Bohemia.
  • Hindemith was born in Hanau, near Frankfurt, the eldest child of the painter and decorator Robert Hindemith from Lower Silesia and his wife Marie Hindemith, née Warnecke.
  • The city is one of the major industrial locations in Lower Silesia, with the headquarters of the third-largest Polish corporation, the KGHM Polska Miedź mining company.

  • Chojnów is located in the Central-Western part of the Lower Silesia region.
  • Henry the Pious inherited Lower Silesia from his father.
  • Edith Stein was born in Breslau (now Wrocław, Poland), Lower Silesia, into an observant Jewish family.
  • The word "Sudetenland" is a German compound of "Land", meaning "country", and "Sudeten", the name of the Sudeten Mountains, which run along the northern Czech border and Lower Silesia (now in Poland).
  • Kłodzko Land has now been a part of Lower Silesia since its conquest by the Kingdom of Prussia in 1763.

  • Following the First World War, Breslau became the capital of the newly created Prussian Province of Lower Silesia of the Weimar Republic in 1919.
  • They were heavily clustered in the entire mountainous periphery of Czechoslovakia—not only in the former Moravian "Provinz Sudetenland" but also along the northwestern Bohemian borderlands with German Lower Silesia, Saxony and Bavaria, in an area formerly called German Bohemia.
  • Selten was born in Breslau (Wrocław) in Lower Silesia, now in Poland, to a Jewish father, Adolf Selten (blind bookseller; d. 1942), and Protestant mother, Käthe Luther.
  • The largest city and Lower Silesia's capital is Wrocław; the historic capital of Upper Silesia is Opole.
  • Part of the former Prussian province of Lower Silesia lay west of the Oder-Neisse line and therefore was separated from the bulk of its former province; the Soviet Military Administration in Germany (SVAG) merged this territory into Saxony.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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