Mikulov


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Mikulov

(mĭ`ko͝olôf), Ger. Nikolsburg, town, SE Czech Republic, in Moravia, near the Austrian border. Mikulov was the site in 1621 of the signing of a treaty between Emperor Ferdinand II and Gabriel Bethlen, who renounced his kingship of Hungary. Armistice agreements ending the Franco-Austrian War (1805) and the Austro-Prussian War (1866) were also signed at Mikulov.
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Doln Dunajovice, village Doln Dunajovice, ORP Mikulov, district Breclav, South Moravian Region, Morava River Basin, on the right bank of the Nov Mlny - upper water reservoir.
The owner of the Divin Castle, near Mikulov (nowadays Podivin town in Breclav District, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic), hosted two of Kublai Khan's daughters who were traveling in western countries.
Thanks to the new 10 Stars Project you can visit forgotten synagogues not only in Prague, but also in Boskovice, Mikulov and Krnov in the east; in Ustek, Jicin and Brandys and Labem in the north; Plzeft and Breznice in the west; and Nova Cerekev and Polna in the south-central part of the country.
A number of the materials were expensive, folio-format prints, which were furnished by the Mikulov bookbinder with leather covers bearing the Liechtenstein family emblem (supralibros).
The spread of Anabaptism in Moravia began in the early summer of 1526 with the arrival of the Anabaptist theologian Balthasar Hubmaier in Nikolsburg (Mikulov) and ended in September 1622 with the expulsion of Anabaptists from the country.
Para 1944 la ERR habia incautado mas de 200 colecciones entre Francia y Belgica, que tendrian como destino nazi el castillo de Nikolsburg (hoy Mikulov, Republica Checa).
They are represented by the Brno Composite Pluton, Slavkov, Zdanice, Lubna, Mikulov, Nikolcice, Svratka Massifs, Jablunkov, Dyje Composite Massif, Pleissing, Bites, Olomouc, Keprnik, Rusava, Strzelin and the Desna blocks built by orthogneiss rocks and Vlkos Stock (Klominsky et al., 2010).
Second, that the music collection only represents music performed there--the Bishop's other residences (Olomouc, Vyskov, Mirov and Mikulov) go unmentioned.
After linking Hutterite history to biblical history and that of the early church before its "fall" under Constantine the Great, the chronicler writes that the Brethren emerged from a series of schisms and relocations that began with a conflict in 1526 between a pacifist group led by Hans Hut of Bibra and a non-pacifist group founded by Balthasar Hubmaier in the town of Nikolsburg (Mikulov) in southern Moravia.
CZECH REPUBLIC: 1 [female], Prague [50[degrees]04'N, 14[degrees]26'E], 13 May 2001, Vaclavkova (NMPC); 1 [female], Mikulov [48[degrees]47'N, 16[degrees]37'E], 6 October 2002, J.