Dobromierz

Dobromierz,

Poland: see HohenfriedebergHohenfriedeberg
, Pol. Dobromierz, town, Dolnośląskie prov., SW Poland. In 1745 it was the site of the victory of Frederick II of Prussia over the Austrian and Saxon forces in the War of the Austrian Succession. Hohenfriedeberg was ceded to Poland after World War II.
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The field session to the "Dobromierz" geodynamic network and "Ksiaz" seismologic observatory was included into the programme.
Principal battles: Mollwitz (Molujowice near Breg) (1741); Hohen-Friedberg (Dobromierz near Strzegom) (1745); Lobositz (Lovosice) (1756); Prague, Rossbach (near Merseberg), Leuthen (Lutynia near Wroclaw) (1757); Zorndorf (near Kostrzyn) (1758); Kunersdorf (Kunowice) (1759); Torgau (1760).
for the DOBROMIERZ network (Cacon et al., 2002; Kaplon, 2008).
The studied fragment of the SMF between Zloty Stok and Dobromierz is 77 km long and can be subdivided into six segments basing on two criteria: the changeable orientation of the mountain front, and the variable orientation of thalwegs of valleys that dissect the scarp.
Principal battles: Rothschloss (1741); Hohenfriedberg (Dobromierz near Strzgom), Katolisch-Hennersdorf (near Luban) (1745); Prague, Kolin, Breslau, Leuthen (Lutynia near Wroclaw) (1757); Hochkirch (near Lobau) (1758); Liegnitz (Legnica), Torgau (1760).
At the foot of the Sudetic mountain front cut by the SMF, two large (Dobromierz, Javornik) and two minor (Sichow, Swiebodzice) fault steps occur.
The "Dobromierz" geodynamic network was established in 2001 (Cacon et.