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- proper n. A town in Hungary, Zala county.
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Rosa grew up as the youngest daughter in an upper-middle-class home in Nagykanizsa, Hungary, and received an education at home and the local high school that was remarkably thorough for a nineteenth-century girl.
The route planned for his group of illegal migrants goes through Serbia, Romania and then to Nagykanizsa in Hungary, within the Schengen zone.
Nagykanizsa, in the southwest of the country, has been especially hard hit by job losses.
The body of Tibor Bogdán, who was shot dead in Iraq by a US soldier on March 26, arrived in Nagykanizsa on Saturday.
The factory in Nagykanizsa, southwest Hungary, would be hardest hit, with 1,300 jobs to go there.
The factory in Nagykanizsa, southwest Hungary, would be hardest hit, with 1300 jobs to go there.
A 60-year-old man punched a female ticket inspector in the face on a train heading from Nagykanizsa to Budapest on September 18.