Nysa

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Nysa

(ˈnɪsə)
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(Placename) the Polish name for the Neisse1
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The setting for Grand Budapest Hotel, Inglourious Basterds and The Book Thief, amongst others, Gorlitz sits on the Neisse river right in the far-forgotten corner of Germany, where it bumps up against Poland and the Czech Republic.
Contract notice for Construction of a flood control reservoir dry glatzer neisse river in the village boboszEw and the construction of a dry creek flood control reservoir on goworEwka town glen bystrzyckie no contract 2a.1.
The town on the border between Poland and Germany, newly segmented into two parts, redefined the role of the Lusatian Neisse River, flowing between them.
A burst dam sent a flood wave down the Neisse River separating Germany from Poland, putting parts of the twin cities of the German Polish border underwater.
The town of Bily Kostel nad Nisou, on the Neisse river in the north of the country, was flooded for a second time in a week.
In Germany, the situation is most critical in the state of Saxony, along the Neisse River, which forms the border with Poland.
Contract award: data processing and design "plan sub-basin of the upper and middle elbe river sub-basin plan and lusatian neisse river and other tributaries of the oder."
German authorities remained on high alert Sunday and evacuated 1,500 residents, as record-high flood levels were reported on the Neisse River. Three people had died near the German city of Chemnitz the previous day, as they were caught out by rapidly rising water in a cellar, where they were trying to rescue their washing machines.
Tenders are invited for processing of documents and draft plan sub-basin of the upper and middle elbe and the plan lusatian neisse river sub-basin and other tributaries of the oder.
With the Oder and Neisse rivers serving as the de facto border between Poland and Germany, most of the archdiocese now stood in Poland, with only a small rump extending into the Soviet zone of occupied Germany (the German Democratic Republic, or East Germany, as of 1949).
In the early hours of April 16th, a massive artillery barrage launched the assault from the line of the Oder and Neisse rivers (less than 100km from Berlin) by over a million Soviet troops under Marshals Zhukov and Konev.