Katowice
or German Kattowitz geographical name city S Poland in Silesia population 367,041

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  • KATOWICE — (Ger. Kattowitz), capital of Katowice province Silesia, part of Prussia until 1921. Information regarding Jewish communities in the vicinity of Katowice goes back to 1733. At the end of the 18th century certain Jews leased the iron foundries in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • KATOWICE — Chef lieu de la province homonyme, la plus densément peuplée de la Pologne (602 hab./km2 en 1992), et important carrefour ferroviaire au cœur du pays noir, Katowice (366 000 hab. en 1992) constitue le centre administratif, économique et culturel… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Katowice — (nombre polaco anterior: Katowicze, 1953 1956 Stalinogród Ciudad de Stalin , en checo Katovice, en alemán Kattowitz) es una ciudad importante de la región histórica de Silesia Superior en Polonia meridional, sobre los ríos Klodnica y Rawa. Desde… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Katowice —   [ vitsɛ], Stadt und Woiwodschaft in Polen, Kattowitz …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Katowice — (Polish, Hungarian), Katovicai (Lithuanian), Katovice (Czech, Latvian, Romanian, Serbian), Katoviçe (Turkish), Kattowitz (German); Stalinogród (Polish 1953 1956) …   Names of cities in different languages

  • Katowice — [kä΄tō̂ vē′tse] city in S Poland: pop. 354,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Katowice — Infobox Settlement name = Katowice image shield = Katowice Herb.svg pushpin pushpin label position = bottom subdivision type = Country subdivision name = POL subdivision type1 = Voivodeship subdivision name2 = city county subdivision type2 =… …   Wikipedia

  • Katowice — Dieser Artikel beschreibt die polnische Stadt Katowice, für die tschechische Gemeinde Katovice siehe dort. Kattowitz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Katowice — /kah taw vee tse/, n. a city in S Poland. 344,000. German, Kattowitz /kah toh vits/. * * * City (pop., 2000 est.: 340,539), south central Poland. Located in the midst of the coalfields of Upper Silesia, it was settled by 1598. It became a city in …   Universalium

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