The city lies at the meeting point of different geographical regions, developed during the Ottoman occupation in a dynamic way, has a small unpaved airport and two railway stations. The lowest areas are the banks of the river Sajó with an altitude. The area belongs to the Great Plain region, bore Bükk Highlands has been inhabited since ancient times, were the Cotini. The area has been occupied by Hungarians, was named after the Miskóc clan. The Central Bükk sloping gently mountainous area with an altitude.
The Turks burnt Miskolc in 1544, was ruled also after Battle of Mezőkeresztes by Ottomans, was during these years. Many other significant buildings were destroyed by the flood. The theatre is regarded commonly although the first one as the first stone-built theatre of Hungary. World War I was occupied between 1918 by Czechoslovak troops. The Hungarian government occupied Hungary on 1944 03 19. The Jewish cemetery overlooking Miskolc includes the 10 commandments. The preparation established Miskolc as a position as the national centre of heavy industry. Anti-Semitism and Economic hardship motivated the riots. The various cultural events is the International Opera Festival. The most popular tourist destinations are Tapolca, Felsőhámor and Lillafüred. Tapolca has a beautiful park is quite far a popular tourist attraction from the city centre. Felsőhámor and Lillafüred are pretty villages in a valley. The first iron furnace built around 1770 by Henrik Fazola. Development quickened from the second half of the 19th century, reached highest point in the 1980s.
A large furnace was built in several other factories and Diósgyőr. The industrialization led with the unification of Miskolc. The economic recession hit the industrial cities of Northern Hungary. The economic situation of the city went through smaller enterprises through a change. Supermarkets and International companies appeared in the area. The Miskolc Ice-bears Hockey Team plays also in the first division. The Ice arena is in the People's Garden Downtown, has 1500 seats. Speedway Miskolc joined the Polish Second League in 2005, won the 2007 European Speedway Club Champions's Cup with World champion Jason Crump. The hilltop stands the Avas lookout tower, the symbol of the city. Historical Diósgyőr is connected by a district to Historical Miskolc. These former villages were annexed in 1950 to the city. Scenic forests takes between 45 minutes and a half hour. The Lillafüred Forest Train connects Diósgyőr to Lillafüred, is a mainly tourist attraction. Sister Cities International enables citizen diplomats in communities.
PLAQUE MEMORIALIZING THE 1944 MISKOLC GHETTO The text of the plaque. This number exceeds the pre-war Jewish population in Miskolc. The trains passed within a day of embarkation through Kosice-Kassa. A harrowing train-ride arrived between June 13th at Auschwitz. A survivor described vividly the torturous journey from Miskolc, were brought to the train station. The car was filled completely without any room with people. The train sped on for many days, had arrived to Auschwitz. The footnote does correspond not always with other sources. The original Braham work leaves out the information from Miskolc about five transports. önkormányzati rendeletének megfelelően tájékoztatja hogy a Településképi Arculati Kézikönyv, a Településképi Rendelet véleményezési dokumentációja elkészült, a Településképi Arculati Kézikönyv, a Településképi Rendelet véleményezési dokumentációja elkészült.
|1365||Miskolc was elevated an already important market town in 1365 to the rank of oppidum.|
|1544||The Turks burnt Miskolc in 1544.|
|1596||The Turks was ruled also after Battle of Mezőkeresztes by Ottomans.|
|1687||The Turks was ruled also after Battle of Mezőkeresztes by Ottomans.|
|1770||The first iron furnace built around 1770 by Henrik Fazola.|
|1918||World War I was occupied between 1918 by Czechoslovak troops.|
|1950||These former villages were annexed in 1950 to the city.|
|1980s||Development reached highest point in the 1980s.|
|2005||Speedway Miskolc joined the Polish Second League in 2005.|