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Pressburg

(ˈprɛsbʊrk)
n
(Placename) the German name for Bratislava
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Noun1.Pressburg - capital and largest city of Slovakia
Slovak Republic, Slovakia - a landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from the Czech Republic in 1993
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Maria Theresia was crowned in St Martin Dome in the then Pressburg in 1741 however, no street or square bears her name in Bratislava.
1805 - Peace of Pressburg is signed between France and Austria.
Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher-Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher (1804-1849) was born in Pressburg, a German-speaking town in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1804.
Karl Anton Nowotny, etnologo austriaco, se referia, por ejemplo, a las luchas politicas en Europa oriental en torno al nombre de la ciudad de Pozsony en donde durante tres siglos se coronaron los reyes hungaros; tan importante ciudad se conocia en aleman como Pressburg y en eslovaco como Bratislava.
Charles Pressburg, 44, entered a guilty plea to a single count of negligently wounding another.
Kusser was born in Pressburg, a then mainly German-speaking city known today as Bratislava.
Im Kreml lacht man uber Sanktionen" ("El Kremlin se rie de las sanciones"), Pressburg, Alemania, 15 de mayo de 2014, en http://www.
Pressburg is the old German name for which modern capital city?
The narrator mentions that Stephan is from the capital, but this phrase could refer to either Vienna or Pressburg (also known as Pozsony and Bratislava), which was the capital of Hungary until 1848.
In 1774 he was passed over to lead Vienna's Royal Academy, precipitating his relocation to Pressburg, where he continued to create his Kopfstucke (head pieces) until his death in 1783.
They also wanted the Pressburg (Bratislava) bridgehead on the right side of the frontier river, the Danube.