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Slavkov

 

(also Slavkov u Brna), a city in Czechoslovakia, in the Czech Socialist Republic, in the province of South Moravia, near the city of Brno. Slavkov has a Baroque palace and park ensemble, now a museum, which dates from the late 17th and early 18th centuries (architect D. Martinelli). On Nov. 20 (Dec. 2), 1805, the battle of Austerlitz was fought near Slavkov (in German, Austerlitz). [23–1615–]

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We haven't decided on any sanction against Mr Slavkov, just taken provisional measures, provided for by the Olympic charter.
From the late 1520s different forms of communal experiments were pursued at Slavkov (Austerlitz).
Ivan Slavkov, son-in-law of totalitarian dictator, Todor Zhivko, former athlete and public figure, passed away on May 1, and the said committee had made the decision to not have a new nomination after consulting with Petrov's own initiative committee - "Unity and Team Work"
When Slavkov was leading the Bulgarian Football Union, the national team qualified twice for the European Championship a in 1996 in the UK, and in 2004 a in Portugal, and once for the World Cup a in France in 1998.
Slavkov was to be widowed again in 1981, when Zhivkova perished in a car accident.
A huge crowd gathered Thursday in downtown Sofia to pay last respects to one of Bulgaria's most controversial public figures a athlete and socialite, Ivan Slavkov, aka Bateto (Big Brother).
Other officials, speaking highly of the late Slavkov, included Parvanov, former Interior Minister and Member of the Parliament from the Bulgarian Socialist Party, Rumen Petkov, Ivan Vutsov, former coach of the Bulgarian national football team, (the last two known to have been some of Bateto's closest friends), Culture Minister, Vezhdi Rashidov, and the coach of the national basketball team, Titi Papazov, among others.
Contract notice: Reconstruction of gas pipeline zederman - tworzen branch to the srp slavkov szymanowski - design documentation.
Bulgarian athlete and socialite figure Ivan Slavkov, aka Bateto (Big Brother) has died from pulmonary virus and embolism 10 days before his 71st anniversary.
Ivan Slavkov, Bulgaria's former International Olympic Committee member, who was suspended six years ago following BBC allegations of corruption, has openly expressed his contempt for the country's current center-right government.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov was the only one to arrest Kim Jung-hoon in his capacity of Interior Ministry Chief Secretary," Ivan Slavkov said in an interview for Trud daily.
Saab has a significant presence in the Czech Republic, with around 140 employees located in Prague and Slavkov.