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(Polish ˈvaubʒix)
(Placename) an industrial city in SW Poland. Pop: 176 000 (2005 est). German name: Waldenburg
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Implementing agency : PGL LP Nadlesnictwo Walbrzych z siedziba w Boguszowie-Gorcach
Speaking on TVN24, Mr Szpakowski said the structure was part of the "Riese" (giant) system of railway tunnels, corridors and shelters the Nazis were building during World War II in the mountains around the city of Walbrzych.
A 450ft armoured Wehrmacht train transporting looted valuables vanished near the Second World War's end and has long been thought to be inside a tunnel under Ksiaz Castle three miles from the city of Walbrzych in Poland.
2009) indicate rock mass surface movements in the zones of main local tectonic faults in the area of former mining grounds in the city of Walbrzych (SW Poland).
announced today they have signed a contract under which Lucent Technologies will supply and install its 5ESS(R)-2000 digital switching system and transmission equipment to Wroclaw and Walbrzych provinces.
The research object is the former Walbrzych Coal Basin where underground mining ceased at the end of the 20th Century.
Contract award notice: Reconstruction of the intersection of swidnicka street - 11 listopada - strzegomska - noworudzka in walbrzych in the field of bicycle sewage
Contract award notice: Replacement of street lighting on selected streets in walbrzych (
Contract award notice: Comprehensive insurance of the walbrzych commune for the years 2017-2019 with the possibility of extension until 2021.
Contract award notice: Construction of street lighting on selected streets in walbrzych.
Contract award notice: Collection and management of waste code 19 12 12 with ripok in walbrzych.