Synonyms for branau or Related words with branau

voivodina              krupina              komitat              kralstvo              galanta              hrvatsko              jermenovci              bialoruskie              versec              nakovo              srednje              kaplice              kopreinitz              lipovec              podlasko              spisz              jablunkova              bystra              eperjes              malacky              kiskun              panonska              barancs              bereg              koprivnik              irska              moson              krstur              heves              kotlina              baranya              englezovac              breznica              malacka              beszterce              braslav              bukovec              balgarski              kozjak              predanovci              lipova              boleradice              kostur              savinac              karszt              rudnik              ilirsko              ugocsa              aggtelek              nagykanizsa             



Examples of "branau"
In German, it is known as "Komitat Branau", and in Croatian as "Baranjska županija (Baranja)".
The term Swabian Turkey (, ) describes a region in southeastern Transdanubia in Hungary delimited by the Danube ("Donau"), the Drava ("Drau"), and Lake Balaton ("Plattensee") inhabited by an ethnic German minority. This present-day minority, the largest German-speaking minority in Hungary, primarily lives in the counties of Tolna ("Tolnau"), Baranya ("Branau"), and Somogy ("Schomodei") and are regarded as Danube Swabians.
Wishing to express their national individuality and confronted with new Hungarian authorities, Serbs declared the constitution of the "Serbian Vojvodina" (Serbian Duchy) at the May Assembly in Sremski Karlovci (May 13–15, 1848). The Serbian Vojvodina consisted of Srem (Syrmia), Bačka (Batschka), Banat, and Baranja (Branau) regions.
He studied oboe with the noted oboist and composer Carlo Besozzi in Dresden. He then joined the band of an infantry regiment in Eger, with which he was later stationed (sequentially) in Vienna, Enns, Linz, and Branau. In 1777 he was certified as a drummer. In 1783 he moved to Vienna, where he became a member of the Tonkünstler-Sozietät. Three years later he was Kapellmeister for Anton Grassalkovič of Gyaraku and moved to .