Katowice

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Katowice
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Katowice

  1. A city in southern Poland, capital of Silesian Voivodeship.
    • 1848, The New Central European Observer, volume 2, page 117:
      Any English traveller approaching Katowice will be strongly reminded of Lancashire.
    • 1922, United States Department of Commerce, Commerce Reports, volume 3, page 47:
      Trains from Warsaw to Vienna now go by the shorter route from Warsaw to Katowice instead of via Cracow.
    • 2006, Valentina Croci, The New Europe, volume 76, page 104:
      On visiting Katowice in southwest Poland, Jeremy Melvin met up with Archistudio, the architects of a substantial new judicial precinct that is due for completion in 2008.

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Polish[edit]

Katowice
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Katowice pl

  1. City in southern Poland, capital of Silesian Voivodeship.

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