Ostrava


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an industrial city in northwestern Czech Republic in the Moravian lowlands

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In sections on the history of Ostrava, Jewish life, Ostrava at war, and post-war Ostrava, they discuss such topics as the market town; the association, the cemetery, and the great Broiges; synagogues, Cossacks, and a holiday home; war and the Holocaust, and stranger than fiction.
"This is already the sixth young the Ostrava zoo has raised, and the second one to be released in the wild," Novakova said, adding that the first one was released in the Verdon Gorge in France in 2009.
Since Ostrava Days, the internationally renowned 10-day marathon of new and experimental music, is dealt with at length in the present issue in a special article, I would like to draw your attention to a few events abroad.
The Chassix Ostrava facility will cover 140,000 sq.
Among the sea of floral tributes left for Pavel were wreaths from Banik Ostrava, Sparta Prague and the National Czech Republic team, along with many personal floral tributes.
As plenty of researchers have already studied these issues as connected with Prague as the national capital (e.g., Sykorova, 2007; Ilik and Ourednicek, 2007; Sykora, 2008), this paper will focus instead on brownfields and their perception in the so-called secondary cities of the Czech Republic, Brno and Ostrava, both of which will then be compared.
He said in a statement: "I have competed in Ostrava many times since I was a teenager.
Steel company ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) announced on Friday that the company intends to acquire its minority shareholding in ArcelorMittal Ostrava a.s.
Police spotters filmed Doi and Timney throwing punches in clashes between Boro and Banik Ostrava hooligans inside the Bazaly Stadium in the Czech Republic on September 30.
The refurbished National House, opened back in 1894, is today another stage of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre and since the 1950s has borne the name of the Ostrava actor and director Jiri Myron.
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Many fans appeared to be ignoring club advice not to make travel plans to the Czech Republic until ticket arrangements are known for the September 30 match at Banik Ostrava.
An extraordinary biennial event, organised in the city of Ostrava but with an international dimension that goes far beyond the borders of the Czech Republic, will be taking place from the 13th of August to the 2nd of September 2007.
When in 2001 he came up with the project of a biennial Ostrava Days event and the idea of founding a Centre for New Music in Ostrava, many people (including myself) rather doubted that any enterprise of this kind had any prospects of success here.