Talk:Miskolc

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I'm already spending half of my wikitime doing that :) I might as well join this project. Alensha 19:31, 31 October 2005 (UTC)

Greeks[edit]

From where Greeks in Miskolc come from? Are they exiled Greek comunists and their children? Could somebody explain me that. Thank you! Luka Jačov 21:06, 11 October 2005 (UTC)

As far as I know, most of the Greeks living here today are the exiled and their descendants, but Greeks have a much longer history in Miskolc. I've seen memorial plates on old houses that "this house was built by XY Greek merchant in the 18th century". They even built nice churches here, including this one (picture: [1]). According to this site [2] Greek presence in Hungary dates back to the Middle Ages. After the Ottomans occupied Constantinople in 1453, lots of Greek refugees arrived in Hungary. In the following centuries most of the Greeks of Miskolc worked as merchants and played an important part in wine trade. By the 1840s the majority of them were assimilated.

After the Civil War about 7-9000 exiled Greek communists arrived in Hungary, 250-300 of them settled down in Miskolc and Ózd, but several others might have arrived here in the following years, since these cities were industrial centres and could provide lots of jobs. Miskolc had the 3rd largest Greek population after Budapest, and Beloiannisz (a village that was founded and inhabited entirely by Greek refugees). Most of them became industrial workers.

Alensha 18:20, 15 October 2005 (UTC)


Socialist era[edit]

As far as I know, we refer to this in English as the "communist era". Socialist will be misunderstood for socially sensitive or sg like that. Go Miskolc! --Jegesbubu 00:56, 9 January 2006 (UTC)

I don't really know... After all, there has never been a communist state as far as I know. Alensha 00:36, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

0.5 nominee[edit]

This article was a Wikipedia 0.5 nominee, but I failed it as it has no references, and most of the article is either one sentence paragraphs or lists. Thanks Jaranda wat's sup 01:44, 2 June 2006 (UTC)

Coat of Arms vs. Seal[edit]

Dear All, This article contains the city's coat of arms as it's seal. That is actually not correct. Could somebody re-work the article, using a more appropriate toolbox, one that actually uses the word "coat of arms" instead of the incorrect "seal". Wikipedia is a global project and ought to be disamericanised. George Adam Horváth 21:57, 2 June 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Flag of Miskolc.gif[edit]

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