Opava ; German: Troppau, Lower Silesian: Tropp, Polish: Opawa, Latin: Oppavia) is a city in the eastern Czech Republic on the river Opava, located to the north-west of Ostrava. Opava is one of the historical centres of Silesia.
The Opava is a river in the north-eastern Czech Republic, a left tributary of the Oder river. It originates at the confluence of Bílá (White), Střední (Middle) and Černá (Black) Opava in Vrbno pod Pradědem and runs over 110 km (69 mi) to the Oder at Ostrava, with some 25 km (16 mi) forming the border with Poland.
Opava is a city in the Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic.
Opava is a village and municipality in the Veľký Krtíš District of the Banská Bystrica Region of southern Slovakia.
Opava District is a district (okres) within Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. Its capital is the city of Opava.
The Orava Beskids is a range of mountains straddling the northern-Slovakia-southern-Poland border, considered part of the Central Beskids, within the Outer Western Carpathians. The highest mountain of the range is Babia Góra (1,725 metres), the center of the Babia Góra National Park, one of the first biosphere reserves established worldwide.
The Opava Synagogue, or Templ, was a neo-Romanesque synagogue built in the Moorish style and designed by the prominent architect Jakob Gartner. It stood in the Silesian town of Opava between 1895 and 1938, when it was burned and levelled to the ground by the local fanaticized Sudeten Germans.
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