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  1. Ružomberok - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rózsahegy

    Ružomberok ( Slovak pronunciation: [ˈruʒɔmbɛrɔk] ( listen); German: Rosenberg; Hungarian: Rózsahegy; Polish: Rużomberk) is a town in northern Slovakia, in the historical Liptov region. It has a population of around 27,000 inhabitants (45,000 with nearby villages).

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    • Žilina
  2. Liptó County of the Kingdom of Hungary (Liptószentmiklós, SK) (a)

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    Liptó (Slovak: Liptov, Hungarian: Liptó, German: Liptau, Polish: Liptów, Latin: Liptovium) was an administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary. Its territory is now in northern Slovakia.

  3. Stamps of the Kingdom of Hungary - Wikimedia Commons

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    • Issue 1871 Lithographed
    • Issue 1871 Engraved
    • Issues 1874-1881
    • Issues 1888-1899
    • War Issues 1914-1918
    • Newspaper Stamps 1871-1914
    • Telegraph Stamps 1873-1874
    • Occupation Stamps in 1919

    Valid until end 1876. 1. 2 krajczár 2. 3 kr rare 3. 5 kr rose, DC cancelled at PUTNOK, Hungary. Mi3a 4. 5 kr FIUME(Rijeka, Croatia) 5. 10 kr KASSA (Košice,Slovakia) 6. 10 kr NAGY BECSKEREK (Zrenjanin, Serbia) 7. 15 kr Mi5 8. 25 kr Both 1871 issues for comparison

    2 kr Mi8
    3 kr green
    3 kr blue-green Mi9b
    5 kr DEBRECZEN VAROSin 1872 (Hungary). Mi10

    First text Magyar Kir. Posta(Hungarian Royal Post)- Coloured figures - Watermarks since 1881. Design by J. L'Hiver, F. Haske. Valid until 30 September 1900. 1. 2 kr issue 1874 at MARCZALI(Hungary) 2. 2 kr violet issue 1881, cancelled at Pribaza (?) in 1893. Mi21a 3. 2 kr issue 1890 (regraved) cancelled at VERSECZ Vršacin 1897, Banat, Serbia. 4. 3 kr issue 1874 cancelled in 1875 (early use of new canc. design) 5. 3 kr issue 1881 bilingual Varaždin(Croatia) 6. 5 kr anilin-rose issue 1881, cancelled at Szécsény(Hungary) in 1889. Mi23A 7. 5 kr anilin-rose issue 1881, cancelled at Szügy(Hungary) in 1890. Mi23A 8. 5 kr 1878 Postal stationery, cancelled at Rum, Hungary 9. 5 kr KESMÁRK (Slovakia) in 1888 10. 5 kr PÉTERVÁRAD(Serbia) in 1891 11. 10 kr issue 1874, cancelled at Battonya(Hungary) 12. 10 kr 1882 Arad, Romania 13. 10 kr issue 1881 stamp, cancelled at LACZHÁZA(Hungary) in 1888 14. 10 kr at Ineu(Romania) in 1892 15. 20 kr issue 1876 (no watermark) 16. 20 kr issue 1881, late cancelle...

    Black figures, watermark kr (1888) or Crown of St. Stephen (1898). Sorted by value.. 1. 1 kr, issue 1888 (black figure without vertical lines) 2. 2 kr 3. 3 kr, issue 1898, cancelled in BUDAPEST 80. 4. 5 kr issue 1888, cancelled at BRASSO (Brașov, Transylvania) in 1895 5. 5 kr, issue 1888, cancelled at Orosháza(Hungary), in 1893 6. 5 kr 1896 GOSPIC, Gospić(Croatia-Slavonia Military Border) 7. 8 kr issue 1888, cancelled in Budapest Központ in 1888 8. 8 kr issue 1888, cancelled at BERZOVA, Bârzava(Romania) in 1888 9. 8 kr issue 1888 stamp, cancelled at Abony(Hungary) in 1894 10. 10 kr 11. 12 kr, issue 1888, ZENGG in frame, Senj(Croatia-Slavonia Military Border) 12. 15 kr 1889 LUGOS, Lugoj(Romania) 13. 15 kr 1892 BELENYES, Beiuș(Romania) 14. 15 kr issue 1888, cancelled at SZEGEZD Szeged(Hungary) in 1895 15. 20 kr 16. 24 kr issue 1888, cancelled VERÖCE, Virovitica(Croatia-Slavonia) 17. 24 kr, issue 1888, cancelled GLOGONJ Glogonj, Temes Banat District (Serbia) in 1890 18. 30 kr 19. 50 kr...

    Issue 1916, 40 + 2 fillér for help to war victims, Turul, cancelled DEVECSER in 1917. Mi185.
    Issue 1916 5 f. Harvesters. Mi192.
    Issue 1917, Parliament 75 f, cancelled BALATON-EDERICS on 2 May 1918. Mi201.
    Issue 1917, 2 korona, cancelled GYÖR in 1918. Mi204.
    1 kr vermilion, first issue (May 1871) horn to left, cancelled at Mágocs(Hungary)
    1 kr rose, second issue (1872) horn to right
    1 kr red-orange, third issue (1874), cancelled at OSZLÁNY Oslany(Slovakia) in 1881
    1 kr orange, issue 1881, cancelled at ZOMBOR Somborin 1893, Temes Banat District (Serbia)

    Lithographed in 1873

    Perforated 9². 1. 25 kr, cancelled. 2. 1 forint, unused. 3. 2 forint, unused.

    Engraved in 1874

    Normally perforated 13. 1. 50 kr, cancelled. 2. 1 forint, cancelled at ARAD. 3. 2 forint, cancelled, perforated 9².

    ARAD

    The town was occupied by French troops. 1. Occupation françaiseOverprint on a 75 fillér stamp during the French occupation.

    BANAT BACSKA

    The area was occupied by Serbian troops.

    DEBRECZIN - CLUJ - ORADEA - TEMESVAR

    The towns were occupied by Roumanian troops. 1. 2 korona Overprint during the Roumanian occupation of DEBRECZIN. 2. 45 fillér Overprint during the Roumanian occupation of DEBRECZIN. 3. 1920 6 fillér Overprint during the Roumanian occupation of DEBRECZIN. 4. Overprint during the Roumanian occupation of CLUJ. 5. 30 fillér Overprint on a 2 fillér stamp during the Roumanian occupation of TEMESVAR. 6. 3 Korona Overprint on a 2 fillér journal stamp during the Roumanian occupation of TEMESVAR.

  4. Peter Lorre Early life, Acting career, Marriages and family ...

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    Rózsahegy, Kingdom of Hungary (now Ružomberok, Slovakia) Died: 23 March 1964 (1964-03-23) (aged 59) Los Angeles, California, U.S. Resting place: Hollywood Forever ...

  5. Peter Laszlo Lorre (Löwenstein) (1904 - 1964) - Genealogy

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    Birthdate: June 26, 1904. Birthplace: Rózsahegy - Ružomberok, Liptó vármegye (present Zsolnai kerület - Žilina Region), Magyarország - Hungary (present Slovakia) Death: March 23, 1964 (59) Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States. Immediate Family: Son of Alois Lajos Löwenstein and Elvira Löwenstein.

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  6. Peter Lorre - Wikipedia

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    Peter Lorre (born László Löwenstein; 26 June 1904 – 23 March 1964) was a Hungarian-American actor.Lorre began his stage career in Vienna before moving to Germany where he worked first on the stage, then in film in Berlin in the late 1920s and early 1930s.

  7. Peter Lorre News | Photos | Wiki - UPI.com

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    Lorre was born as László Löwenstein into a Jewish family in Rózsahegy (Hungarian), Rosenberg (German), Kingdom of Hungary, part of Austria-Hungary, now Ružomberok, Slovakia.

  8. What are you watching? | Page 33 | Yappi Sports - THE Ohio ...

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    Mar 06, 2020 · Peter Lorre : Rózsahegy, Kingdom of Hungary (now Ružomberok, Slovakia) ~ nee = László Löwenstein Madeleine Lebeau (Yvonne) * : Antony, France

  9. Address: H-1024 Budapest, Rózsahegy u. 1/B Phone: 326-3054, 326-3055 Fax: 326-3056 E-mail: [email protected] Embassy of the Republic of Ecuador – Budapest. Address: H-1023 Budapest, Levél utca 4. II/3. Phone: 315-2114; 345-0424 Fax: 315-2104 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.ecuador.hu. Embassy of Canada – Budapest

  10. (PDF) Mining Town Privileges in Angevin Hungary | Boglárka ...

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    The seven mining towns of Upper Hungary (Gölnicbánya, Szomolnok, Rudabánya, Jászó [Jasov, Slovakia], Telkibánya, Rozsnyó [Rožňava, Slovakia] and Igló [Spišská Nová Ves, Slovakia]) entered into an alliance with one another in December 1487.164 Nevertheless, already in the fourteenth century there occurred common affairs in which the individual mining towns of Upper Hungary jointly represented their interests.

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