Kalocsa


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Kalocsa

(kŏ`lôchŏ), town (1991 est. pop. 18,200), S Hungary, near the Danube River. It is an agricultural center and is famed for its embroidery and paprika. Created a bishopric by St. Stephen, it became the seat of an archbishop in 1260. The town has a Roman Catholic academy, a cathedral, and an archiepiscopal palace (built in 1786).
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Except for two cities, Paks and Kalocsa, the plant site is surrounded by rural region, where the essential part of inhabitants is living in villages in one-family houses.
I became an Individual Correspondence Course teacher for Embroidery Guild of America from 1993 to 2012, teaching a course in Kalocsa embroidery and another one on how to make handmade Kalocsa lace.
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El profesor Gabriel Adrianyi (Bonn) hablo sobre la figura del jesuita Clemens Schrader en el Sinodo Provincial de Kalocsa (Hungria) en 1863.
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Expert horsemanship is on display on our excursion from Kalocsa on the Great Hungarian Plain, where hardy horse herders with a penchant for activities involving physical risk practise the skills of their Magyar ancestors.
to prevent attempts to take state powers into private or party political hands," Interior Minister Sandor Pinter told reporters in the eastern town of Kalocsa. (see p.
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