Košice is the second largest city in , with a population of over 250,000. It was selected the European Capital of Culture 2013. Košice has had a colourful history with its ever changing medieval and modern rulers of Hungarians, these days hardly imaginable Turks for a while, Czechs and nowadays Slovaks.

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Arabic: كوشيتسه, Azerbaijani: Koşitse, Belarusian: Горад Кошыцы, Bulgarian: Кошице, Chinese: 科希策, Egyptian Arabic: كوشيتسه, French: Košice, Georgian: კოშიცე, German: Kaschau, German: Kosice, German: Košice, Greek: Κόσιτσε, Hebrew: קושיצה, Hungarian: Kassa, Italian: Košice, Japanese: コシツェ, Kirghiz: Кошице, Korean: 코시체
Latin: Cassovia, Lithuanian: Košicė, Macedonian: Кошице, Marathi: कोशित्सा, Ossetian: Кошице, Persian: کوشیتسه, Polish: Koszyce, Portuguese: Košice, Romanian: Kosice, Russian: Кошице, Rusyn: Кошіцї, Serbian: Кошице, Spanish: Košice, Tatar: Кошице, Turkish: Kösice, Ukrainian: Кошице, Urdu: کوشیسہ, Western Panjabi: کوشیسے

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