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700th Anniversary of the Battle of Rozhanovce Issue number
518
Date of issue
15.06.2012
Face value
1.20 €
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1.20 €

The 14th century was a Golden Age of Slovak towns. In this century, there were around one hundred towns and the Slovak region was becoming the most urbanised area of the Hungarian Kingdom. On the grounds of a village founded by some Kosa, a new town called Košice grew rapidly. It was situated on the European trade route connecting the Black Sea and the Baltic Sea. The town was growing and getting richer, but powerful aristocrats Amade from the Aba family did not like it. They robbed merchants heading to Košice, and they even plundered in the town itself. During the...

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