Klausenburg


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Klausenburg

(ˈklauzənbʊrk)
n
(Placename) the German name for Cluj
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He came in the train from Klausenburg, and the guard was told by the station master there that he rushed into the station shouting for a ticket for home.
Lemberg in der Ukraine und Klausenburg und Temeswar in Rumanien als revolutionare Vorfront.
In a text written in the form of a dialogue and printed in Cluj (Klausenburg, Kolozsvar) in 1584, the fictional character Philodacus (he who loves the Dacians) states that once Transylvania was inhabited by Romans and that "our Wallachians, who even nowadays usually claim to be Romans" (Valachi nostri, qui se nunc etiam vulgo Romanos venditant) are in fact a remnant of the Roman population (eorum reliquiae).
This year, someone took a video of this ritual observed by the Sanz Klausenburg sect in Brooklyn's Borough Park, focusing on a rebbe with a very formidable pitching arm and the frantic reactions of the community members around him trying to catch the apples he tosses.
To give only one example, in the second half of the 15th century, during the reign of Matthias Corvinus (1458-1490), Cluj (Hungarian name Kolozsvar, German name Klausenburg) had a population of barely 5,000-6,000 inhabitants, so there was no need for very large ecclesiastical buildings.
In December 1993, IMAS was commissioned by the Cluj (Kolozsvar, Klausenburg)-based Korunk Friendship Association to conduct an investigation on interethnic relations in Romania that would focus on relations between Romanians, Hungarians, Germans, Jews, and Roma measured, among other instruments, by utilizing a "social distance" scale (Bogardus scale).
For the next two years, Berkovitz worked as a maid in Klausenburg, a nearby town, before marrying another survivor.
They built strongly protected cities like Hermannstadt (Sibiu in Romanian) and Kronstadt (Brasov), Klausenburg (Cluj) and Schassburg (Sighisoara) as well as small villages with churches surrounded by thick fortifying walls.
Marga is a Romanian Orthodox priest and professor of canon law at the Orthodox faculty of Sibiu (Hermannstadt); he also teaches at the faculties of Cluj-Napoca (Klausenburg) and Oradea (Grosswardein).
"The Traveler" (1992), "Cautious Approach to the Monuments" (1997), "The Solemn Reception of Maria Theresia in the Harbor of Klausenburg" (1999), "The Never-Ending Ascension to the Alps" (1999), and "Ellis Island" (2000) all contain images of presumably Jewish refugees in some stage of their exile carrying suitcases.
(26) Die Grosskonzerne errichteten ihre Stutzpunkte in und um Stadte wie Bukarest, Klausenburg oder Temeswar, nicht zuletzt auch, weil die Infrastruktur des Landes bis heute noch nicht effizient ausgebaut ist.