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However, the earliest predecessor of it was the Jesuit College of Kolozsvár, founded by István Báthory (Stephen Báthory) in 1581.After the World War I the whole vast territory of Transylvania (Erdély) and the Partium was acquired by Romania, including Kolozsvár (in Romanian Cluj-Napoca, in German Klausenburg).In 1919 the Romanian army simply deported the Hungarian teachers and professors from the university buildings of Kolozsvár.That was the first time when the institution moved to Szeged, where it was operating between 1921-1940.
The new Belvárosi Bridge was finally opened for the traffic in 1948.
There is a so-called Black House (in Hungarian "Fekete-ház") in Szeged downtown, also known as the "Pilvax of Szeged".
The latter name was given by the Hungarian poet Gyula Juhász and it refers to the famous Pilvax Café in Budapest.
The three-span 147-meter-long Belvárosi Bridge ("Downtown Bridge") over the Tisza River was originally built in 1883, designed by the Hungarian János Feketeházy and the French Gustave Eiffel architects.
Towards the end of World War II in 1944 the retreating German troops blown it up to slow down the approaching Russian (Soviet) army.