Sz

SZ may refer to

  • Alfa Romeo SZ, a car
  • Canton of Schwyz
  • Saarbrücker Zeitung, German newspaper
  • Swaziland, ISO 3166-1 country code
    • .sz, the country code top level domain (ccTLD) for Swaziland
  • Switzerland, NATO country code
  • Suzuki sporadic group, a mathematical group
  • Suzuki groups family of mathematical groups
  • Slovenske železnice (SŽ), a Slovenian railway company
  • Szöllősy, a catalogue of all the compositions of Béla Bartók
  • SZ cycle-car, a Soviet/Russian microcar series including SZA and SZD
  • Sunyaev–Zel'dovich effect, aterm used in astrophysics
  • Green Party (Czech Republic) (Strana zelených)
  • Shenzhen, a city in Guangdong province, People's Republic of China
  • Shenzhou (spacecraft), the Chinese space capsule
  • SZ, a model of VAIO from Sony
  • Sprite Zero, a diet version of Sprite
  • Süddeutsche Zeitung, German newspaper
  • Air Southwest (IATA code)
  • Sz (digraph)

Other articles related to "sz":

Makád
... county) Cities and towns Abony Albertirsa Aszód Biatorbágy Budakalász Budakeszi Budaörs Cegléd Dabas Dunaharaszti Dunakeszi Dunavarsány Érd Fót G ...
Szávay
... Szávay is Hungarian surname of Ágnes Szávay Blanka Szávay This page or section lists people with the surname Szávay ...
Széll Kálmán Tér (Budapest Metro)
... Széll Kálmán tér (Széll Kálmán Square) is a station on the M2 (East-West) line of the Budapest Metro ... It is located under Széll Kálmán Square in Buda ... utca Kodály körönd Bajza utca Hősök tere Széchényi fürdő Mexikói út Örs vezér tere Pillangó utca Puskás Ferenc Stadion Keleti pályaudvar Blaha Lujza tér Astoria Deák Ferenc tér ...
András Horváth (teacher)
... circa 1744 died after 1789) was a Croatian teacher who worked in the Vendvidék in Felsőszölnök, near Szentgotthárd ... In 1774 he worked in Felsőszölnök ... After 1789 he lived in Szölnök ...
Săcel, Harghita - Demographics
... The commune has a Hungarian (Székely) majority ... In the villages of Săcel (Székelyandrásfalva) and Uilac (Újlak) there is an absolute Romanian majority ... (Hidegkút), in the hamlet Vidacutul Român (Székelyhidegkút) Romanians, while in Vidacutul Unguresc (Magyarhidegkút) Hungarians form the majority ...