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The term “resilience” is used in academic discourse worldwide in relation to the durability of city-states and nation-states from antiquity until the present day. Urban resilience, in particular, defines the capacity of individuals and communities to survive and proceed with their lives no matter what kinds of catastrophes (natural or not) and violence they experience. In the context of European history, urban resilience can be met frequently, thus offering us the chance to follow a city’s ‘continuity’ in time and space. Cities that have played a very important role in their micro- and macro-regions and were defined geographically, politically, culturally, or historically have survived various disasters, caused either by nature or wars.