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 ⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'Warsaw' from English to Serbian
NOUN   Warsaw | -
SYNO capital of Poland | Warsaw | Warszawa
гео.
Варшава {ж}
Warsaw
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Translation for 'Warsaw' from English to Serbian

Warsaw
Варшава {ж}гео.
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Usage Examples English
  • Rocki was born in Warsaw. On 5 May 2008 he joined Legia Warsaw.
  • Stanford had spells in Poland with Legia warsaw and Ruch Chorzow in the Polish Premier League.
  • Czesław Zakaszewski (19 July 1886 in Warsaw – 2 February 1959 in Warsaw) was a Polish hydrotechnician and meliorator.
  • Stanisław Węgrzecki (10 November 1765, Warsaw - 12 February 1845, Warsaw) was the President of Warsaw.
  • Tadeusz Żbikowski (29 March 1930, in Warsaw – 11 November 1989, in Warsaw) was a Polish Sinologist, professor of Warsaw University, translator of Chinese literature.
  • Warsaw R-IX School District operates four schools at Warsaw: North Elementary School, South Elementary School, John Boise Middle School, and Warsaw High School.
  • Most of his posters are collected in "Muzeum Plakatu" in warsaw.
  • The Medal for Warsaw 1939–1945 (...) was a Polish commemorative medal awarded by the Polish People's Republic to commemorate active participation in defending Warsaw in 1939, 1944 Warsaw Uprising, and in liberation of Warsaw from Nazi Germany in January 1945.
  • He also co-authored exhibitions at the Geodetic Museum of Warsaw Surveying Enterprise (WPG S.A.) - "100 globes for the 100th anniversary of the Polish Geographical Society" (Warsaw 2018) and "Europe, Poland, Warsaw over the centuries in geodesy and cartography" (Warsaw 2015).
  • In 1924, AZS Warsaw, together with Polonia Warsaw, the Warsaw Skating Society, and KS Warszawianka, founded the Polish Ice Hockey Federation.
  • During the Warsaw Uprising she stayed in Warsaw, in 1945 moved to her birthplace of Borów.
  • Stanisława Perzanowska (born July 2, 1898 in Warsaw - May 24, 1982 in Warsaw) was a Polish actress, theater and film director, professor at the National Higher School of Theatre in Warsaw.
  • Karol Wolfram (5 November 1899, in Warsaw – 21 September 1965, in Warsaw) was a Polish Evangelical priest and professor and pro-rector of the Christian Theological Academy in Warsaw.
  • His two LP’s with warsaw’s rapper Pezet made him one of Poland’s most respected producers.
  • Urbański studied at Warsaw XIX lyceum of Warsaw Insurgents (...), and then at the University of Warsaw, where he studied Hindi philosophy.
  • Maria Kalergis had an appreciable influence on the development of musical culture in Warsaw.
  • Julian Kulski (5 December 1892 in Warsaw – 18 August 1976 in Warsaw) was a Polish civil servant, best known for being Mayor of Warsaw during World War II.
  • The Duchy of Warsaw [...] was a feudal district duchy in Masovia, centered on the Warsaw Land. Its capital was Warsaw.
  • Anna Braude Heller (or Hellerowa; born 6 January 1888, Warsaw – died on or around 19 April 1943, Warsaw) was a physician who worked in the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II.
  • Lejb (Lutek) Rotblat (born October 14, 1918 in Warsaw; died May 8, 1943 in Warsaw) was an activist of the Jewish resistance movement in the Warsaw Ghetto, a member of Jewish Combat Organisation (ŻOB), and a participant in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
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