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 Translation for 'Silesia' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   Silesia | -
SYNO Schlesien | Silesia | Slask | ...
геог.
Silesia {noun}
Силезия {ж}
геог.ист.
Lower Silesia {noun}
Долна Силезия {ж}
геог.ист.
Upper Silesia {noun}
Горна Силезия {ж}
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Translation for 'Silesia' from English to Bulgarian

Silesia {noun}
Силезия {ж}геог.

Lower Silesia {noun}
Долна Силезия {ж}геог.ист.
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Upper Silesia {noun}
Горна Силезия {ж}геог.ист.
Usage Examples English
  • Těšínsko, also known as Cieszyn Silesia, is a historical region in south-eastern Silesia.
  • The Gauliga Schlesien was the highest football league in the region of Silesia (German:"Schlesien"), which consisted of the Prussian provinces of Lower Silesia and Upper Silesia from 1933 to 1945.
  • Divided Cieszyn Silesia as well as former Austrian Silesia are historical parts of Upper Silesia.
  • Since the bishops were also civil administrators of their areas, Kosztowy did not become part of Silesia until 1742.
  • After most of Silesia fell under Prussian rule, King Frederick the Great introduced Prussian administrative structures in Lower Silesia in 1742 and in Upper Silesia in 1743.

  • Johannes Montanus came from Striegau in Lower Silesia (now Strzegom, Poland).
  • The Gau Lower Silesia (German: "Gau Niederschlesien") was an administrative division of Nazi Germany from 1941 to 1945 in the Lower Silesia part of the Prussian Province of Silesia.
  • The town was named after the region of Silesia in Central Europe by Julius Lehrkind, an immigrant from Silesia.
  • He comes from the village of Żyrowa (renamed Buchenhöh in 1936-1945) in Poland located in the Opole Voivodeship of the region of Silesia.
  • Duchy of Lower Silesia was a direct continuation of the Duchy of Silesia, but without the territories roughly corresponding to Upper Silesia; hence it was composed of the territories roughly corresponding to Lower Silesia.

  • The German–Polish Convention on Upper Silesia ([...]; [...]), also known as the Geneva Convention of 15 May 1922, dealt with the constitutional and legal future of Upper Silesia, part of which became Polish territory after the 1921 Upper Silesia plebiscite.
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