Košice

Eastern Hungarian Kingdom around 1550, including Košice shown as 'Kassa'
Part of the Ottoman Empire in 1683, including the Principality of Upper Hungary, based around Košice shown as 'Kassa'
"Cassovia: Superioris Hungariae Civitas Primaria", the prospect from Civitates orbis terrarum. Cassovia (Slovak: Košice, German: Kaschau, Hungarian: Kassa), the "capital" of Upper Hungary in 1617.
The military base in Košice at the end of the 18th century
National Theater built in 1899
Main Street – 1902
Hlavná ulica (Main Street) in historic downtown
Statue of Košice's coat of arms, the first municipal coat of arms in Europe
Aupark Shopping Centre
St. Elisabeth Cathedral in Košice is Slovakia's largest church
Divizia – seat of the Košice Self-Governing Region
The seat of the Slovak Constitutional Court
Košice International Airport
Steel Aréna
The Tree of Partnership on Hlavná Street

Largest city in eastern Slovakia.

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Districts (okresy) of Slovakia

Košice III

Košice III (Kassai III.

Košice III (Kassai III.

Districts (okresy) of Slovakia

járás) is a district in the Košice Region of eastern Slovakia, in the city of Košice.

Portrait by Rembrandt van Rijn and Jan Gillisz van Vliet

George I Rákóczi

Prince of Transylvania from 1630 until his death in 1648.

Prince of Transylvania from 1630 until his death in 1648.

Portrait by Rembrandt van Rijn and Jan Gillisz van Vliet

His father sent him to Kassa (now Košice in Slovakia) in late 1604 or early 1605.

Catherine of Brandenburg

Elected Princess of Transylvania between 1629 and 1630.

Elected Princess of Transylvania between 1629 and 1630.

Transylvanian Ducat of Catherine of Brandenburg 1630

A proxy marriage was celebrated in Berlin, and a second marriage in person performed in Kosice in Transylvania (now in Slovakia) after the arrival of Catherine.

Ottoman Architecture in Bursa

Bursa

City in northwestern Turkey and the administrative center of Bursa Province.

City in northwestern Turkey and the administrative center of Bursa Province.

Ottoman Architecture in Bursa
Bursa is one of the leading industrial production centers in Turkey
Bursa view from Osmangazi
Bursa – Mt. Uludağ gondola lift
Tram type "Silkworm" is produced in Bursa by Turkish manufacturer Durmazlar
Bursa Technical University campus
Timsah Arena is the home of Bursaspor, which won the Süper Lig (Super League) championship title at the end of the 2009–10 season.
Bursa Atatürk Museum
Yeşil Mosque
Balibey Han in Bursa
Botanical Park of Bursa
Athena, bronze, 2nd century AD, at Bursa Archaeological Museum
Bursa Citadel Main Gate
Orhan Gazi Mosque
Emir Sultan Mosque
Koza Han (Silk Bazaar) in Bursa
Entrance of the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque)
Muradiye Mosque and Külliye in Bursa
Governorate of Bursa
Mt. Uludağ is a popular ski destination
Statue of Atatürk in Bursa
Şehreküstü Mosque
Interior of Yeşil Mosque
Bursa French Catholic Church
Saltanatkapı (Citadel Main Gate)
Old City Hall
Tophane Clocktower
Tomb of Osman Gazi
Tomb of Orhan Gazi
Interior of the Grand Mosque
Koza Han (Silk Bazaar)
Irgandı Bridge
A view of Bursa in the late 19th century
Bursa, circa 1895
Atatürk delivering a speech in Bursa, 1924
A view of Bursa from the foothills of Mt. Uludağ

🇸🇰 Košice, Slovakia (2000)

Eger

County seat of Heves, and the second largest city in Northern Hungary (after Miskolc).

County seat of Heves, and the second largest city in Northern Hungary (after Miskolc).

Eger in Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg's Civitates orbis terrarum (1617)
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The ruins of the Romanesque basilica in the Eger Castle
The stone fortress was built at that time
The Hippolyt Gate, one of the main entrances of the Eger Castle
The gothic episcopal palace of the castle
Eger in Wolf-Dietrich-Klebeband Städtebilder (1568)
Bertalan Székely's "Women of Eger" depicts the siege of 1552
The Eğri Eyalet in the Ottoman Empire (1683)
Eger Minaret, remaining northernmost Ottoman minaret in Europe.
Eger is famous for the narrow alleys in the old part of the inner town
A house in the town centre
The Archiepiscopal Palace of Eger
The Cistercian Church of Eger
Traditional clothing of the citizens of Eger, 1846
A restaurant in Eger
The birthplace of Sándor Bródy in Eger
The minorite church of Eger
A vineyard in Eger
ARC bus on Line 5
Eger Railway Station
The Géza Gárdonyi Theater was named after the author of the Siege of Eger (1552), Géza Gárdonyi
Aerial photography of the Castle and a part of the Downtown, Tetemvár, Almagyar and Cifra hóstya.
The ruins of the medieval cathedral
The new swimming pool. (Architect: Imre Makovecz)
The house of the Sághy-Steinhauser family

The constituent dioceses of the province were Košice (Kassa, Kaschau), Rožňava (Rozsnyó, Rosenau, now part of Slovakia), Szatmár, and Szepes (Zipo, Zipsen).

Competitors during the 2007 Berlin Marathon.

Marathon

Long-distance foot race with a distance of 42.195 km, usually run as a road race, but the distance can be covered on trail routes.

Long-distance foot race with a distance of 42.195 km, usually run as a road race, but the distance can be covered on trail routes.

Competitors during the 2007 Berlin Marathon.
Competitors during the 2014 Orlen Warsaw Marathon
Aerial view of runner in the Kigali International Peace Marathon in Rwanda, 2019
Participant of the 2016 Boston Marathon, April 2016
Luc-Olivier Merson's 1869 painting depicting the runner announcing the victory at the Battle of Marathon to the people of Athens
Burton Holmes's photograph entitled "1896: Three athletes in training for the marathon at the Olympic Games in Athens".
Samuel Wanjiru raises his hand in acknowledgment of the crowd as he runs to a gold medal in the 2008 Olympic marathon
2007 Barcelona Marathon
Start of the 2012 Helsinki City Marathon
A pack of Wheelchair Division participants in the 2009 Boston Marathon
Kevin Counihan (right), of the Achilles Track Club, with his guide, running the 2011 Boston Marathon. He completed his 150th marathon at Boston in April 2014.
Start of the 2009 Stockholm Marathon
MoonWalk is a nocturnal charity marathon to raise money for breast cancer research.
A runner getting encouragement at Mile 25 of the Boston Marathon
Officers patrolling a marathon course in Ukraine
A volunteer hands out fluids at a marathon water stop
Opportunity's traverse in 2015 as it approached the Marathon Valley, and the traveled distance of a traditional marathon (about 42 kilometres (26 mi))

The oldest annual marathon in Europe is the Košice Peace Marathon, held since 1924 in Košice, Slovakia.

Rzeszów

Largest city in southeastern Poland.

Largest city in southeastern Poland.

Nobleman Mikołaj Spytek Ligęza greatly contributed to the city's importance
Rzeszów Castle with surroundings, by K.H. Wiedemann, 1762
Solidarity Park in Rzeszów
Market Square in Rzeszów
Old Town Synagogue
Provincial council headquarters (Urząd Wojewódzki) in Rzeszów
Countryside surrounding Rzeszów
Rzeszów Castle
Wanda Siemaszkowa Theatre
Provincial and City Public Library
Volleyball match between Resovia and Skra Bełchatów
CH Galeria Rzeszów – the largest shopping center in the city
Burgaller Palace (Polish Radio Rzeszów)
The City Hall in the Main Market Square. Initially built in the 16th century, it was later remodelled in Neogothic and Renaissance Revival styles
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Rzeszów–Jasionka Airport
Rzeszów University of Technology
Tomasz Stańko
Fred Zinnemann
The City Hall
The Diocesan Museum
The historic Market Square
Farny Square in Rzeszów
The PKO Bank Building
Ethnographic Museum
The Music Institute
The Revolution Monument
The Regional Museum in Rzeszów
Main Library
The Rzeszów Court of Appeals
Multimedia fountain
Basilica of the Assumption
The Tadeusz Mazowiecki Bridge in Rzeszów
Rzeszów Castle

🇸🇰 Košice, Slovakia (since 1991)

Plovdiv

Second-largest city in Bulgaria, standing on the banks of the Maritsa river in the historical region of Thrace.

Second-largest city in Bulgaria, standing on the banks of the Maritsa river in the historical region of Thrace.

Ancient settlements with names related to "deva". Pulpudeva denotes Plovdiv in which the latter name is rooted.
Map describing the city as "Philippopolis, que et Poneropolis, Duloupolis, Eumolpiada, item Trimontium, at que Pulpudena"
Plovdiv seen from space
A view of Nebet tepe hill
A view of Plovdiv with the Rhodope Mountains in the background.
Plan of the known parts of the Roman city superimposed on a plan of modern Plovdiv.
Monument of Krum in Plovdiv, who was the first Bulgarian ruler to capture Plovdiv.
The Virgin Mary Church.
Nebet Tepe, drawing from The Graphic – London, 1885
Taat tepe, in Plovdiv, with the governor's palace and Maritsa river in the foreground. Drawing from The Graphic – London, 1885
A preserved medieval street in the Old town
A performance in the Roman Odeon
The Art Gallery of Plovdiv
Plovdiv Central railway station.
Bus in Plovdiv
Trolleybus in Plovdiv
Map of Plovdiv's cycling infrastructure
Green: built
Orange: planned
Plovdiv Airport.
A view from the "singing fountains" in Tsar Simeon's garden.
A view from the City garden.
Hristo Stoichkov
Sign showing Plovdiv's sister cities
The Virgin Mary Eastern Orthodox Church
The Plovdiv Synagogue
A Protestant church
The St Louis Roman Catholic Cathedral
St George Armenian Church
The Dzhumaya Mosque
The Orthodox seminary
Theatre
Roman stadium
Odeon
Forum
The Bishop`s basilica of Phiippopolis
Bishop basilica
Small basilica
Small bacilica
3rd century round tower
Mosaics in Eirene residence
Aqueduct
Nebet tepe
Balabanov house
Lamartine House
Church of St Constantine and Helena
Klianti House
Old town
Street of Old town
Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic Museum
Old town
Old town - Plovdiv
Plovdiv Regional Historical Museum
Hindliyan House
Hisar gate with the ethnographical museum
Mall Plovdiv Plaza
Mall Markovo tepe
Mall Plovdiv
Forum Trakia shopping center
Velodrome
Plovdiv Stadium and sport complex
Rowing base
Lokomotiv Stadium
Hristo Botev Stadium
Plovdiv University sports hall
A panoramic view
Looking down one of the streets in Plovdiv.
Plan of the medieval fortress

🇸🇰 Košice, Slovakia

Košice International Airport

Aerial view of Košice Airport

Košice International Airport (Medzinárodné letisko Košice) is an international airport serving Košice, Slovakia.

The coat of arms of Abaúj.

Abaúj County

Historic administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary.

Historic administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary.

The coat of arms of Abaúj.

Abaúj was situated some 20 km on both sides along the Hornád (Hungarian: Hernád) river between (including) Košice and (excluding) Miskolc.