Tisza (disambiguation)

Tisza (disambiguation)

Tisza refers to:
* River Tisza
* István Tisza (1861–1918) Hungarian prime minister,
* Kálmán Tisza (1830–1902) Hungarian prime minister,
* Lajos Tisza (1832–1898) - Hungarian politician
* Tisza Cipő - A popular Hungarian sports shoe brand
* Laszlo Tisza - A Hungarian physicist and philosopher of science

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