Cieszyn


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Cieszyn:

see TeschenTeschen
, Czech Tĕšín, Pol. Cieszyn, former principality (c.850 sq mi/2,200 sq km), now divided between the Czech Republic and Poland. Teschen was its chief town.
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Cieszyn

 

a city in Poland, in Bielsko-Biala Województwo, on the Olza (Olše) River, opposite the Czechoslovak city of Český Těšin. Population, 31,400 (1976). Industry includes metalworking, food processing, and the manufacture of knitwear, leather haberdashery, and electrical equipment.

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PPG Completes Colorful Communities Project in Cieszyn, Poland
Topics include: hate narrations; Pope John Paul II's teaching and practice of conciliation; Polish youth confronting the Jewish past and pathways to reconciliation; contributions of the Opole Catholic Church to the reconciliation of ethnic groups, traditions, and cultures; young people of Cieszyn Silesia in interfaith dialogue; marital selection and reconciliation in two Polish bi-denominational communities; memory sites and their relationship to antagonism and reconciliation in the case of Polish-Czech relations; Latvian-Russian relations in Daugavpils since 1991; and past conflicts and seeking of reconciliation on the Polish-Ukrainian borderland.
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Grycz was born on December 11, 1890, in Zebrzydowice, a town in the Cieszyn region.
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Charity events in Poland supported by Millennium include awarding grants to best students at Warsaw University of Technology Business School and School of Management, University of Warsaw, financing the renovation of the Jewish Cemetery in Cieszyn and launching the cooperation of mental care departments between Cedar Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles and the City Hospital in Cieszyn, involving an exchange of knowledge and doctors.
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