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"Alba Regia" is a 1961 Hungarian drama film directed by Mihály Szemes. It was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize.
- country: Hungary
- language: Hungarian language
- production design by József Romvári
- written by György Palásthy
- based on a story by Béla Lévay & Tamás Sipos
- music by Sándor Szokolay
- released in (54 years ago)
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The Alba Regia was a Hungarian microcar project produced in Székesfehérvár by both the Ministry of Metallurgy and Machine Industry in conjunction with the Vehicle Developing Institute in 1952/1953. In 1955 three engineers were commissioned to work on the car; Ernő Rubik, Pal Kerekes, and Geza Bengyel. Along with two employees, József Zappel and József Horváth, the group conceived of the Alba Regia, named for the Latin name of the city, where it was made, and the Balaton, named for Hungary's Lake Balaton.
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Addendum to Fifth Edition: 2006 - 2008 by Lutz D. Schmadel
Alba Regia was the Roman name of the Hungarian town Székesfehérvár, the birthplace of the second discoverer.
by Samuel Macauley Jackson, Talbot Wilson Chambers, Frank Hugh Foster
Stuhlweisseuburg (Alba Regia), . F. a.
Chambers' Encyclopaedia (1874)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...
the same as the Latin Alba Regia, or the German Stuhlweissenburg, is one of the most ancient royal free towns of Hungary, situated in a marshy district about 40 miles southwest of Pesth. Under the Arpadian kings, ...
Being a Reprint Entire of the Last Edinburgh and London Edition of Chambers's Encyclopaedia. A Library of Universal Knowledge for the People. With Very Large Additions Upon Topics of Special Interest to American Readers; and Giving American Statistics of Population Down to the Census of 1880
the same as the Latin Alba Regia, or the German Sluhlweisacnburg, is one of tho most ancient royal tree towns of Hungary, sitHatcd in n marshy dlatrict about 44) miles south-west of Pesth. Under the Arpodiau kings, it was the metropolis ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
Stuhlweissenburg is the Alba Regia of the R0mans. From the eleventh to the sixteenth century the kings of Hungary were crowned there; afterwards the ceremonial took place at Pressburg. The city was held by the Turks from 1543 to 1688, ...
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1907)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
STUHLWEISSENBURG (Hungarian, Szekesfejervar; Latin, Alba Regia): Coronation city of the Hungarian kings from the time of St. Stephen to 1527. As early as the fourteenth century it contained the most ...
The Encyclopaedia of Islam (1954)
by Sir Hamilton Alexander Rosskeen Gibb
All these settlements had the duty of defending from the enemy the town of Szekes- FeheYvSr, the royal capital of Hungary under the Arpads (in the year 1192 Belgrade, 997 Alba Regia; in German Stuhlweissenburg). These Pecheneg ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1902)
latest edition. A dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature by Day Otis Kellogg, William Robertson Smith
Alba Regia), the capital of the county of ...
A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention
Stikes-FeMrv&r; Lat Alba Regia), the capital of the county of FehSr, and in former times also of Hungary, is situated in 47° 11' ...
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