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And here is Tomas coming... with good mood and words: "We'll win tonight!"
Maroš was warming up before a match ... and posing for me
Here is Drahuš waiting for ball ... and it is not comming.
Ready for the game...
Daniel want to score like first one, but we don't have lucky in first halftime and we are loosing 0:3.
..but second halftime was amazing and we had scored 4 times. Unbelievable, one could say. WE WIN ! 4:3 (On the picture are another two Martins)
Here we are almost all together after wining match, last one in this season. We placed on the third place.
(from left: Zdenko, Martin H., Marin E., Drahuš, Tomáš, Martin T. and Daniel and Maroš are missing at this photo)
The record on the existence of Košice dating from 1230 in connected with that on the existence of the rectory church. In the process of the settlement's transformation from a rural community into a town, all its periods of success and failures had been reflected on St. Elizabeth's Cathedral. According to historic data the present-day cathedral was built on the site of an edifice of older date which was consecrated to St. Elisabeth as well. It was referred to in the document of Pope Martin V of the year 1283 and in the letter of 1290, which stated that Eger bishop Andrew II exempted Košice parish from the dean's sphere of jurisdiction.
This medieval monument was built in the High Gothic style between 1378 and 1508 in several stages on the site of a parish church that burned down in 1370, in memory of Saint Elisabeth of Hungary, the patrona of all armed mercenaries and also Portugal.
The cathedral was often damaged by calamities (1556) and underwent numerous restorations. The most extensive restoration works took place in the years 1877-1896 by the drafts of Imre Steindl. The northern tower was completed in 1775, while the southern, Matthias tower in 1904. During the last phase of the restoration a crypt was built under the northern nave of the cathedral. In 1906 the remains of Francis II Rákóczi and his friends from Rodosto were buried there.
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Opera’s Julequiz – December 17
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Food bloggers’ meet-up in India
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