Sokol
The Sokol movement (from the Slavic word for falcon) is a youth sport movement and gymnastics organization first founded in Prague in the Czech region of Austria-Hungary in 1862 by Miroslav Tyrš and J...
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Sokół
Sokół (Polish: Polskie Towarzystwo Gimnastyczne "Sokół", Polish Gymnastic Society "Falcon") is the Polish offshoot of the Czech (pan-Slavic oriented) Sokol movement, and the oldest youth movement ...
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Z.C.B.J. Rad Tabor No. 74
The Z.C.B.J. Rad Tabor No. 74, also known as Tabor Hall, is an historic building located south of Dorchester in rural Saline County, Nebraska. It was built in 1914; a large dance pavilion was added i...
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C.S.P.S. Hall (Saint Paul, Minnesota)
The C.S.P.S. Hall, also known as CSPS Sokol Hall, is the home of the Czech-Slovak Protective Society Hall — a recreation center and meeting house used for social events, including Sokol events; import...
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Miroslav Tyrš
Miroslav Tyrš (17 August 1832 – 8 August 1884) was a Czech art historian, sports organizer and founder of the Sokol movement.
Miroslav Tyrš was born Friedrich Emmanuel Tiersch to a German doc...
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Western Bohemian Fraternal Union Hall
The Western Bohemian Fraternal Union Hall is a historic building located in Meadowlands, Minnesota, United States, that was built in 1925. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on...
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Etbin Henrik Costa
Etbin Henrik Costa (18 October 1832 – 28 January 1875) was a Slovene national conservative politician and author. Together with Janez Bleiweis and Lovro Toman, he was one of the leaders of the Old Slo...
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Sokol Cholupice
Sokol Cholupice is a Czech football club located in Prague-Cholupice, Czech Republic. It played in the Prague Championship, the fifth tier of the Czech football system, until being relegated at the en...
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Sokół Sokółka
Sokół Sokółka is a Polish football club that is based in Sokółka, Poland. It currently plays in Polish Second League east division. The team's colors are blue and red.
TJ Sokol Živanice
TJ Sokol Živanice is a football club from the village of Živanice in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic. Currently the club plays in the Czech Fourth Division.The team made national headlines ...
Karlos Vemola
Karel "Karlos" Vémola (born July 1, 1985) is a Czech professional mixed martial artist, former bodybuilder, wrestler and member of Sokol. A professional competitor since 2008, Vemola is the current UC...
TJ Sokol Tasovice
TJ Sokol Tasovice is a Czech football club located in the village of Tasovice (Znojmo District) in the South Moravian Region. It currently plays in Divize D, which is in the Czech Fourth Division.In 2...
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Hey, Slavs
Hey, Slavs is an anthem dedicated to the Slavic peoples. Its lyrics were first written in 1834 under the title Hey, Slovaks (Hej, Slováci) by Samuel Tomášik and it has since served as the anthem of th...
TJ Sokol Mariánské Hory
TJ Sokol Mariánské Hory is a Czech rugby club based in Mariánské Hory, Ostrava. They currently play in the KB První Liga.
The club was founded in 1947. On 4 July of that year, they played their fi...
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Jindřich Fügner
Jindřich Fügner (born Heinrich Fügner, 12 September 1822, Prague – 15 November 1865, Prague) was co-founder (together with Miroslav Tyrš) and the first starosta (leader) of the Czech sport organizatio...
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Mass games
Mass games or mass gymnastics are a form of performing arts or gymnastics in which large numbers of performers take part in a highly regimented performance that emphasizes group dynamics rather than i...
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Josip Vilfan
Josip Vilfan or Wilfan (30 August 1878 - 8 March 1955) was a Slovene lawyer, politician, and human rights activist from Trieste. In the early 1920s, he was one of the political leaders of the Slovene ...
Z.C.B.J. Tolstoj Lodge No. 224
The Z.C.B.J. Tolstoj Lodge No. 224, also known as Bohemian Hall or Tolstoj Sokol Lodge, is a historic building in rural Linn County southeast of Scio, Oregon, United States, that was built in 1911. It...
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TJ Sokol Ovčáry
TJ Sokol Ovčáry is a football club located in the village of Ovčáry (Mělník District), Czech Republic. The club played in the Bohemian Football League in the 2011-2012 season.Despite finishing 10th of...
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Telocvicna Jednota Sokol
The Telocvicna Jednota Sokol hall, also known as Brush Creek Hall , is a building located southwest of Wilber in rural Saline County, Nebraska. The building was constructed in 1888. Historically, it...
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Vitomil Zupan
Vitomil Zupan (18 January 1914 – 14 May 1987) was a post-World War II modernist Slovene writer and Gonars concentration camp survivor. Because of his detailed descriptions of sex and violence, he was ...
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Roman Hruska
Roman Lee Hruska (August 16, 1904 – April 25, 1999) was a Republican U.S. Senator from the state of Nebraska. Hruska was known as one of the most vocal conservatives in the United State...
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Polonia Karwina
Polski Klub Sportowy Polonia Karwina (PKS Polonia Karwina) was a Polish multi-sport club, located in the town of Karviná (Karwina), Zaolzie, Czechoslovakia. It affiliated nine sport clubs and an amate...
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