Moravska Ostrava
geographical name — see Ostrava

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  • moravska ostrava — ˈmȯrəfskəˈȯstrəvə adjective Usage: usually capitalized M&O Etymology: from Moravska Ostrava, city in central Czechoslovakia : of or from the city of Moravska Ostrava, Czechoslovakia : of the kind or style prevalent in Moravska Ostrava * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Moravská Ostrava — /maw rddahf skah aws trddah vah/ former name of Ostrava. German, Mährisch Ostrau. * * * …   Universalium

  • Moravská Ostrava — Mo•rav•ská Os•tra•va [[t]ˈmɔ rɑf skɑ ˈɔs trɑ vɑ[/t]] n. geg former name of Ostrava …   From formal English to slang

  • Moravská Ostrava 1923 chess tournament — Emanuel Lasker won the tournament ahead of Richard Réti. Tournamant table Moravská Ostrava 1923 # Player 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 Result 1  Emanuel Lasker  …   Wikipedia

  • Ostrava — Ostrava …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ostrava — Héraldique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • OSTRAVA — (until 1929 Moravska Ostrava; Ger. Maehrisch Ostrau), city in N. Moravia, Czech Republic; after Prague and Brno the third largest Jewish community in Czechoslovakia between the two world wars. The town was prohibited to Jews in the Middle Ages.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ostrava — es una ciudad situada en la zona noreste de la República Checa, cerca de la confluencia de los ríos Oder y Ostravice. La ciudad es capital de la región de Moravia Silesia (Moravskoslezský kraj). Tiene una población aproximada de 326,303 (1994).… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ostrava — Coordinates: 49°50′08″N 18°17′33″E / 49.83556°N 18.2925°E / 49.83556; 18.2925 …   Wikipedia

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