Wroclaw

  • (noun): A city in southwestern Poland on the Oder.
    Synonyms: Breslau

Some articles on wroclaw:

Jeseník District - History
... region was a part of the Nysa-Otmuchow principality and by Church in hands of the Wroclaw bishops ... German colonization was the work of Wroclaw bishops Thomas I ... warriors of God passed the country in their crusade against Wroclaw (Breslau) ...
Konrad VIII The Younger - Life - Choosing of The Church Career
... of the brothers, Konrad IV, was made Provost of Wroclaw, and since 1417 Bishop of Wroclaw, and other, Konrad VI, in 1414, was appointed Dean of the Wroclaw Chapter ...
Wroclaw University Of Environmental And Life Sciences
... The Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences is a university in Wrocław, Poland ... of Agriculture renamed the Agricultural University of Wrocław in 1971 and the Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences in 2006 ...
Jan Noskiewicz
... Professor of Systematic Zoology and Zoogeography at (then) Breslau now Wroclaw University ... He died in Wroclaw ... specimens, including holotypes, syntypes and paratypes of is in Museum of Natural History Wroclaw University ...
Ladislaus Of Salzburg
... Władysław of Salzburg also known as of Wroclaw (Polish Władysław Salzburski or Władysław Wrocławski, Czech Vladislav Slezský, German Wlodizlaus von Schlesien) (c. 1237 – 27 April 1270), was a Duke of Wroclaw since 1248 (as co-ruler of his brother and nephew), since 1255 Chancellor of Bohemia, since 1265 Prince-Archbishop ... fifth and youngest son of Henry II the Pious, Duke of Wroclaw, by his wife Anna, daughter of King Ottokar I of Bohemia ...