Tisza


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Ti·sza

 (tĭs′ô) also Ti·sa (tē′sə)
A river of central Europe rising in the Carpathian Mountains in the western Ukraine and flowing about 995 km (620 mi) generally southward across eastern Hungary and northern Serbia to the Danube River.
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Tisza

(Hungarian ˈtisɔ)
n
(Placename) a river in S central Europe, rising in W Ukraine and flowing west, forming part of the border between Ukraine and Romania, then southwest across Hungary into Serbia to join the Danube north of Belgrade. Slavonic and Romanian name: Tisa
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Ti•sza

(ˈtɪs ɔ)

n.
a river in S central Europe, flowing from the Carpathian Mountains through E Hungary and NE Yugoslavia into the Danube N of Belgrade. 800 mi. (1290 km) long.
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The Borbely Palace is located in Tiszaroff, near the River Tisza in Eastern Hungary.
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Additionally, the Lake Tisza Tourism Region was created out of settlements in the NUTS2 Northern Hungarian and Northern Great Plain Regions.
The most (in)famous were the Tisza trial (Hungary 1882), the Dreyfus trial (France 1894-1899), the Hilsner trial (Czechoslovaquia, 1899-1900) and the Beiliss trial (Russia, 1912-13).