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Synonyms for Krakow

an industrial city in southern Poland on the Vistula

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Every Day Lasts a Year: A Jewish Family's Correspondence from Poland" shares with the world Hollander's depressing discoveries, of his family trapped in Cracow, Poland, from November 1939 to December 1941.
The 2004 conference held in Cracow, Poland swung more heavily toward such areas as nanotechnology, electronics, and surface treatments, among other topics.
Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
Indeed, one of these essays, by the world's foremost Panufnik expert, Beata Boleslawska, was originally called "Geometry in Panufnik's Oeuvre" in its first version, presented at the International Andrzej Panufnik Conference held in Cracow, Poland, on 23-25 November 2001.
18) Class discussions, 9 and 11 May 2001, The University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland.
This, for example, is the primary factor that led them to elect Cardinal Karol Wojtyla of Cracow, Poland, in 1978.
I cannot imagine my parents' lives without the New Cracow Friendship Society, a landsmanshaft (association of immigrants from the same hometown) comprised of Holocaust survivors from Cracow, Poland.
Louis as Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, archbishop of Cracow, Poland, in 1969, but a visit to the city by a reigning pope is a first.
The conference, held in Cracow, Poland during June 11-14, drew city officials from CEE countries of Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Solvakia and the Czech Republic.
exchange paper which was presented at the 58th World Foundry Congress in Cracow, Poland on September 15-19 1991.
from the School of Pharmacy at the University of London in 1988, and her Master of Science in Biology at the Jagiellonian University of Cracow, Poland, in 1979.
The story of how almost the entire rare holdings of this library disappeared after being moved from Berlin for protection against Allied air strikes, to emerge forty years later at the Jagiellonian Library in Cracow, Poland, is probably familiar to most scholars and need not be retold here (see, e.