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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Maria of Bytom (Polish: Maria bytomska; before 1295 – Temesvár (Timișoara), Kingdom of Hungary, 15 December 1317), was a Queen of Hungary by marriage to Charles I of Hungary.

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  2. Bytom - Wikipedia

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    Bytom is one of the oldest cities of Upper Silesia, originally recorded as Bitom in 1136, when it was part of the Medieval Kingdom of Poland. Archaeological discoveries have shown that there was a fortified settlement (a gród) here, probably founded by the Polish King Bolesław I the Brave in the early 11th century.

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    • 41-900–41-936
    • 12th century
    • Poland
  3. Bytom – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Bytom położony jest w centralnej części Wyżyny Śląskiej na Wyżynie Miechowickiej, części Płaskowyżu Bytomsko-Katowickiego. Położenie geograficzne Bytomia wyznaczają współrzędne: 50°19′ i 50°26′ szerokości geograficznej północnej oraz 18°47′ i 18°58′ długości geograficznej wschodniej.

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  5. Bytom Odrzański - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bytom Odrzański [ˈbɨtɔm ɔˈdʐaɲskʲi] (German: Beuthen an der Oder) is a town on the Oder river in western Poland, in Nowa Sól County of Lubusz Voivodeship.

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    Bytom Frae Wikipedia, the free beuk o knawledge Bytom [ˈbɨtɔm] (listen) (German: Beuthen) is a ceety in Silesie in soothren Poland, near Katowice.

    • ceety coonty
    • Poland
    • 12t century
    • Silesian
  7. Maria of Bytom - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Bytom, was a Queen of Hungary by marriage to Charles I of Hungary. She was the third child and only daughter of Duke Casimir of Bytom by his wife Helena, whose origins are unknown, although the later historiography tends to recognize her as a daughter of Lev I of Galicia, from the Rurikid dynasty. Maria was the first or second wife of Charles I Robert of Anjou, King of Hungary. This union was childless, but older literature claimed that they had two daughters. Little is known about the

    The exact date of birth of Maria is unknown. In 1306, when she was married to Charles Robert, contemporary Canon Law established that the minimal age for marriage must be at least 12 years old; thus, she was born in 1294 at the latest. She was the first member of the Silesian bra

    Information about the wedding of Maria and Charles I Robert of Hungary was shown in the chronicle of Jan Długosz, who reported two different dates for this event: 1306 and 1310. The first date is generally accepted by the majority of historians: as proof, the first known ...

    The union between Maria and Charles I Robert was childless, probably because of the Queen's infertility. Older literature attributed to this union two daughters: Catherine, married in 1338 to Duke Henry II of Świdnica; their only child, Anne of Świdnica, was later Holy Roman Empress by her marriage with Charles IV of Luxembourg. Elisabeth, married a "Bolesław of Opole". The existence of this two daughters as offspring of Maria of Bytom, supported by a group of Polish and foreign ...

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    • Piast
  8. Duchy of Bytom - Wikipedia

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    The duchy's capital was Bytom (Beuthen), formerly part of Lesser Poland until in 1177 the Polish High Duke Casimir II the Just had attached it to the Silesian Duchy of Racibórz.

  9. Bytom - Wikipedia

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    Bytom (njemački: Beuthen 1939 - 45) je grad od 165,263 stanovnika na jugu Poljske u Šleskom vojvodstvu.

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    • 1254.
  10. Bytom – Wikipédia

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    Prvá písomná zmienka o Bytomi je z roku 1123. Mesto získalo mestské výsady v roku 1254. V roku 1241 Bytom napadli Tatári a v roku 1430 dobyli husiti. Od roku 1526 bolo pod nadvládou Habsburgovcov. V roku 1742 sa stalo súčasťou Pruského kráľovstva a v roku 1871 súčasťou Nemeckého císárstva. V 19. a začiatkom 20. storočia bolo silno industrializované. V roku 1921 bolo sídlom poľského plebiscitného výboru. Do roku 1945 však patrilo k Nemeckej ríši, po skončení druhej svetovej vojnyopäť poľské.

    Bobrek
    Górniki
    Karb
    Łagiewniki
    Muzeum Górnośląskie(Hornosliezske múzeum)
    Bytomski Teatr Tańca i Ruchu Rozbark(Bytomské divadlo tanca a ruchu Rozbark)
    Opera Śląska(Sliezska opera)
    Bytomskie Centrum Kultury(Bytomské kultúrne stredisko)

    Futbalové kluby: 1. Britannia Beuthen(Beuthen 09) (1909-1945) 2. Polonia Bytom (majster Poľska: 1954 a 1962, Pohár Karla Rappana: 1965, Americký pohár: 1965). 3. Szombierki Bytom (majster Poľska: 1980) 4. Rozbark Bytom Ostatné 1. TMH Polonia Bytom - hokej (majster Poľska: 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, ženy, majster Poľska: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 a 2020. 2. Polonia Bytom - vodné pólo, majster Poľska: 1947, 1959, 1963 3. MLKS Czarna Strzała Bytom- lukostreľba 4. Górnik Bytom- tenis 5. Czarni Bytom- judo

    Witold Niesiołowski (* 1866- † 1954), zoológ, muzejný pracovník a entomológ-lepidopterológ
    Leszek Engelking (* 1955), básnik, spisovateľ, prekladateľ a literárny vedec
    Waldemar Legień (* 1963), džudista
    Gosia Andrzejewicz (* 1984), speváčka
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    Jan Drabina: Historia Bytomia od średniowiecza do współczesności 1123-2010, Bytom 2010 ISBN 978-83-930128-0-0
    Jan Drabina: Życie codzienne w Bytomiu od lokacji do I wojny światowej 1254-1914, Bytom 2006 ISBN 83-908018-8-4
    Przemysław Nadolski: Bytom przełomu wieków XIX i XX. Opowieść o życiu miasta, Łódź 2012 ISBN 978-83-7729-133-7
    Marcin Hałaś: Alfabet bytomski, Bytom 2012 ISBN 978-83-88880-27-8
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  11. Bytom railway station - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bytom railway station is a station in Bytom, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. It is the main railway station for Bytom, located by Wolski Square. One of the few in Poland with a platform hall.

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