Osijek
geographical name city E Croatia in Slavonia population 129,792

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  • OSIJEK — (Hung. Eszék, Ger. Esseg), town in E. Croatia; until 1918 in Austria Hungary. Jews were first mentioned in Osijek after the Austrian conquest of Belgrade in 1688, when some 500 Jewish prisoners were taken to Osijek where they had to wait until… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • Osijek — O·si·jek (ôʹsē ĕk, yĕk ) A city of eastern Croatia on the Drava River east southeast of Zagreb. The city grew on the site of a Roman colony and fortress and was under Turkish rule from 1526 to 1687. Population: 129,792. * * * ▪ Croatia German… …   Universalium

  • Osijek — Original name in latin Osijek Name in other language Colonia Aelia Mursa, Esseg, Essegg, Essek, Eszek, Eszk, Mursa, Mursia, OSI, Osek, Osiek, Osigiek, Osijek, Osijeka, Osijekas, Osik, oshieku, xo siyekh, Осиек, Осијек State code HR Continent/City …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Osijek — Esseg (former German), Eszék (Hungarian), Mursa (Latin), Osijek (Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Romanian, Swedish), Osijekas (Lithuanian), Osiek (Polish), Осијек (Serbian), โอซีเยค (Thai) …   Names of cities in different languages

  • Osijek — Sp Òsijekas Ap Osijek L Kroatija …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

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