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Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (Budapest)

Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (in English: Mihály Fazekas High School; full official name: Budapesti Fazekas Mihály Általános Iskola és Gimnázium; also known among alumni as simply Fazekas) is a high school in Budapest, Hungary. Over the past 40 years it has built up a reputation for excellence, especially in mathematics and in the exact sciences . History Early years The school's history reaches back to 1911 when the mayor of Budapest opened an elementary school at the site to meet the increasing demand for education in the expanding city....

Petőmihályfa

Petőmihályfa is a village in Vas county, Hungary....

Vasszentmihály

Vasszentmihály is a village in Vas county, Hungary....

Mezőnagymihály

Mezőnagymihály is a village in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County in northeastern Hungary. The village built at the side of Kácsi-Sályi stream in the plain, the third of the grounds was wetland. History From the first mention in 14. century its name was written Nagmihal, Nagy Mighali, Nagymyha. During the Turkish occupation of Hungary the town was destroyed several times. The citizens escaped to the swamp next to the village....

Mihályfa

Mihályfa is a village in Zala county, Hungary....

Zalaszentmihály

Zalaszentmihály is a village in Zala county, Hungary....

Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (Debrecen)

Fazekas Mihály Gimnázium (in English: Mihály Fazekas High School; also known among alumni as simply Fazekas) is a high school in Debrecen, Hungary. Its original institution, the Debrecen szabad királyi város Főreáltanodája was opened on November 3, 1873. At that time it was a boys only school, its main topics were modern languages, mathematics and natural sciences. Its building was designed by Károly Meixner and was started in 1891 and in 1893 its gates opened for the students....

Magvassy Mihály Sportcsarnok

Magvassy Mihály Sportcsarnok is a multi-use indoor arena in Győr, Hungary, named after Mihály Magvassy, a physical education teacher who founded the first sports school in the city in 1856. History The idea of building a new indoor arena came up in the late 1960s, when the city had two handball clubs in the top division on the men's side and also the women's team had been set up successfully. The city council approved to invest to the project on 10 April 1970 and the construction began in 1974. It was inaugurated as an exhibition and sports hall in 1976....

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