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However, after the fall of communism in 1989 many of these factories faced severe problems and subsequently closed down. The unemployment rate for February 2011 in Białystok was 1. %. Higher education in the city can be traced back to the second half of the eighteenth century, when the ownership of the city was inherited by Field Crown Hetman Jan Klemens Branicki. As a patron of the arts and sciences, Branicki encouraged numerous artists and scientists to settle in Białystok to take advantage of Branicki's patronage. In 1745 Branicki established
The Fall of Troy is the debut studio album by The Fall of Troy. All tracks written by The Fall of Troy. The whole album was recorded in one week throughout one take. Lead singer and guitarist Thomas Erak has the original album's cover art tattooed on his left arm. "The Last March of The Ents" is about the Destruction of Isengard from . Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. The Adventures of Allan Gordon" is about the book The Iceberg Hermit.
The Fall were an English post-punk band, formed in 1976 in Prestwich, Greater Manchester. They underwent many line-up changes, with vocalist and founder Mark E. Smith as the only constant member.
Levitate is an album (the 19th) by The Fall, released in 1997 on Artful Records. Levitate became the last album to feature two long-time Fall members, drummer Karl Burns and bass player Steve Hanley (whose playing was once described by Smith as the defining element of the group's music). The album remained out of print for a long time, as Artful went bankrupt in the early 2000. An expanded, remastered 2CD/3LP version of the album was released by Cherry Red Records in May 2018.
Bialystok University of Technology (Polish: Politechnika Białostocka) is a technical university in Bialystok, Poland. The history of the university starts on December 1, 1949. Initially it was a technical college – the Private Evening College of Engineering in Białystok (Polish: Prywatna Wieczorowa Szkoła Inżynierska NOT w Białymstoku), founded by the Polish Federation of Engineering Associations. It had two faculties: Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Bialystok - Tourist information about Bialystok - tourism resources for tourists, business people and citizens of Bialystok, Poland. After Poland’s Partitions, Bialystok initially belonged to Prussia, but then was passed to the Russian Empire according to the Peace Treaty of Tilsit, signed in 1807. The 19th century, despite a difficult Russian-Polish relationship, saw the intense expansion of the textile industry. Many of the manufactures were moved to Bialystok from the city of Lodz by the owners, who wanted to avoid the high taxes of exporting goods to Russia (and Bialystok was in fact a part of Russia). The opening of the railway line from Warsaw-St. Petersburg accelarated the development of the city