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Na plácku mezi domy. (u 5. ZŠ)
18. 11. 2019

Krásné páteční odpoledne přineslo další schůzku 19. p. h. RR – Příbram,
Tentokrát se nás sešlo více. A začátek i celou polovinu schůzky věnujeme plnění některých úkolů z Korálkové stezky činů.
Znát několik řek a vědět kde se nacházejí, k tomu pohoří a větší města, po nás chtějí ve škole, tak proč tyto vědomosti neprokázat i zde.
Do slepé mapky se tedy zakreslují řeky, města, pohoří, kraje a sousední státy.
Pak běžíme splnit přání velkého Sultána, chce několik listů, víček a kamínků.
Kdo je rychlejší má výhodu, ale potom přichází výběr nejlepšího listu, kamínku i víčka. Takže rychlost nemusí být nejlepší řešení.
Dnešní děti umějí telefonovat mobilním telefonem, ale popsat jak správně telefonovat je už horší. Vtipná chvilka pro pobavení nás všech. Nakonec se všichni shodli na správném způsobu. Pověděli jsme si též o tísňových telefonních číslech a jak je používat.
Po takovém to studování se našla velká chvilka pro nejednu pohybovou hru, pády do měkkého listí, byli příjemné a čas se rychle začal naplňovat. V závěru přišlo ke slovu Slovo z Bible, jeho skvělý výklad a před rozchodem do svých domovů se připomněla ještě nadcházející výprava.

19. přední hlídka Royal Rangers - Příbram

On the square between the houses. (at 5th elementary school)
18. 11. 2019

Beautiful Friday afternoon brought another meeting of 19th p. RR - Pribram,
This time we met more. And we dedicate the beginning and the half of the meeting to some of the tasks of the Beaded Path of Action.
Knowing several rivers and knowing where they are, the mountains and the larger cities they want from us at school, so why not demonstrate this knowledge here.
The blind map then draws rivers, cities, mountains, regions and neighboring states.
Then we go to fulfill the wishes of the great Sultan, he wants a few leaves, lids and stones.
Who is faster has an advantage, but then comes the selection of the best hand, stone and lid. So speed may not be the best solution.
Today's children know how to make cell phone calls, but to describe how to make calls is worse. A funny moment to entertain us all. Finally, everyone agreed on the right way. We also learned about emergency numbers and how to use them.
After such a study a great moment was found for many movement games, falling into soft leaves, they were pleasant and time quickly began to fill. In the end came the Word of the Bible, its great interpretation, and before the break-up to their homes was reminded of the upcoming expedition.

19th Front Watch Royal Rangers - Pribram
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Praha - 25. 11. 2018
Beach Klub Pankrác
Czech republic - Switzerland 6:5 (2:2 - 3:1 - 1:2)
Český tým dosáhl historického úspěchu a v dnešním odvetném utkání dokázal porazit účastníka skupiny A.

ČR: Patrik Malina, Lukáš Karpíšek – David Radosta, Jakub Pekárek, Andy Körtvelyéši, Daniel Valeš, Lukáš Trampota, Filip Vyhnal, Filip Jeřábek, Pavel Stejskal, trenér: Martin Dlouhý

Švýcarsko: Miguel Carlos – Jan Ostgen, Philipp Borer, Tobias Steinemann, Sandro Spaccarotella, Silvan Conrad, Marc Stahel, Angelo Schirinzi, Joel Bräm, trenér: Angelo Schirinzi

Branky: 3 min. Pavel Stejskal, 5. min.Lukáš Trampota, 11 min. Tobias Steinemann, 11 min. Angelo Schirinzi, 18 min. Andy Körtvelyéši, 19. min. Angelo Schirinzi, 19. min. Lukáš Trampota, 22 min. Lukáš Trampota, 30. min. Filip Jeřábek, 34 min. Philipp Borer, 36. min. Philipp Borer

Žlutá karta: 6. min. Philipp Borer, 19. min. Filip Vyhnal, 27. min. Angelo Schirinzi

Záznam zápasu: https://youtu.be/sbOtCHZRbX8

BEACHSOCCER.COM
26. November 2018

Swiss and Czech national teams do battle in Prague friendlies
Friendly matches held in the Czech capital see Swiss women dominate as the men take a victory each

This weekend, both the men’s and women’s national selections from Switzerland and Czech Republic came together to test themselves in two days of beach soccer friendlies in Prague.

Angelo Schirinzi joined his men on the sand to compete against their Czech hosts in both games, but alongside him were a number of debutants who showed promise for the future.

Silvan Conrad and Miguel Carlos found themselves on the scoresheet in their first match for the Swiss selection, contributing to a 7-5 win on the first day. Veterans Borer, Spaccarotella and Schirinzi were also on target on day one.

In the second game, the Czech weren’t so easy to break down, and after a tight first period, the second saw Trampota bag a hat-trick to put Dlouhy Matrin’s men in control.

A late Borer double wasn’t enough to deny the Czech Republic victory and each side ended the weekend win a win apiece.

Men's Results
Day 1: Czech Republic 5-7 Switzerland
Day 2: Czech Republic 6-5 Switzerland

In the women’s matchups, the Swiss took both ties, despite stubborn defending by the Czech Republic.

Day one was the closer of the two bouts, and after normal time the match was tied at 3-3. It took an extra time winner from Sandra Maurer, her second of the game, to snatch the points from the hosts.

On day two, the score was a little more one-side. Maurer found the net once again for Switzerland, while Andrea Morger grabbed a brace, and the Czech were beaten in normal time by five goals to one.

Women’s Results
Day 1: Czech Republic 3-4 Switzerland (AET)
Day 2: Czech Republic 1-5 Switzerland

Zdroj: https://www.beachsoccer.com/news/swiss-and-czech-national-teams-do-battle-in-prague-friendlies
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Rare, desirable and unique cars and motorcycles.
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Incl. rarest Jaguar XJ13 Le Mans, VelorXtrike prototype 200hp, F 512tr in new condition, Jaguar Mk IV Sport Saloon, one of limited 162pcs new Morgan Aero8, motorcycle with the world biggest V Twin engine 3,3 ltr - winner of Sturgis World championship, limited editions Ducati, MV Augusta etc..
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SPANISH SYNAGOGUE

The Spanish Synagogue is the most recent synagogue in the Prague Jewish Town.
Built in 1868 for the local Reform congregation on the site of the 12th-century Altschul, which was the oldest synagogue in the Prague ghetto.

It was called the Spanish Synagogue for its impressive Moorish interior design, influenced by the famous Alhambra. The building was designed by Josef Niklas and Jan Bělský, the remarkable interior (from 1882–83) by Antonín Baum and Bedřich Münzberger.

František Škroup, the composer of the Czech national anthem, served as organist here in 1836-45.

Permanent exhibitions:

The History of the Jews in Bohemia and Moravia, Part 2

This exhibition deals with the history of the Jews in the Bohemian lands from the reforms of Joseph II in the 1780s to the period after the Second World War.

It highlights the gradual advancement toward greater equality and emancipation for Jews in Austria-Hungary, describes the foundation of the Czech-Jewish and Zionist movements, and profiles the most important Jewish entrepreneurs, scientists, writers, musicians and artists (including Franz Kafka, Sigmund Freud and Gustav Mahler). It also deals with the redevelopment of the Prague Jewish Town, Jewish sites of Bohemia and Moravia, and the history of the Jewish Museum in Prague. Special focus is on the Shoah of Jews from Bohemia and Moravia, and the Terezín ghetto.

From the Reforms of Joseph II to the Granting of Equality to Jews in 1867

The Bohemian lands were part of the Habsburg Empire at the end of the 18th century. The gradual development of Jewish emancipation is reflected mainly in the archival documents and small period prints that are on display in the exhibition. Portraits of prominent figures, together with examples of their works, highlight traditional Jewish learning, enlightenment, education and science.

A separate display case focuses on attempts at reforming religious services. In the 1830s, these attempts centred around the Old Shul, where some of the most prominent representatives of Jewish enlightenment and science were active as preachers. The composer of the Czech national anthem, František Škroup, was choirmaster here between 1836 and 1845.

Assimilation and Zionism

For a considerable portion of the Jewish population, the culmination of the emancipation process meant complete assimilation. In the Bohemian lands, this involved German assimilation at the outset, both in terms of language and culture. In the exhibition, this is illustrated primarily by the books produced by Moses Israel Landau and the Pascheles and Brandeis publishing houses. The issues of Czech assimilation are reflected in a display case focusing on the Czech Jewish Movement.

A wave of anti-Semitism at the end of the 19th century put in doubt the possibility of settling the Jewish question by means of assimilation. It was at this time that the Jewish national movement – Zionism – was formed. The exhibition provides information about the cultural, social and sporting activities of Zionist associations and organizations. The contribution of the Jews to the development of industry is represented by a number of prominent, and still thriving, enterprises, which were founded by Jewish entrepreneurs (for example, a match factory in Sušice, Moser Glass Works in Karlovy Vary, ČKD Factory in Prague).

The Czechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)

The next part of the exhibition is in the west gallery. Czechoslovakia acknowledged Jewish nationhood and Jews played a major role in the political and economic life of the country. The exhibition features prominent Jewish figures – writers and poets who wrote in German and Czech, as well as artists and scientists.

The Holocaust of Bohemian and Moravian Jews (1939–1945) and the History of Jews in Czechoslovakia after 1945

Archival sources and photographs from the Museum’s collections document the persecution of the Jews in the Nazi Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the mass deportations, and life in the Terezín ghetto. The last two display cases contain a brief outline of the history of Jews in Czechoslovakia after 1945 and a look at the country's relations with Israel.

The Prague Ghetto, Jewish Sites and Jewish Museums in Bohemia and Moravia

In the south gallery you can become acquainted with the history and clearance of the Prague ghetto and with the preserved Jewish sites of Bohemia and Moravia. The remaining part of the exhibition includes a brief introduction to the history of the Jewish museums in Prague and Mikulov in the period before the Second World War, the war-time Central Jewish Museum and the related activities of the Jewish Museum in Prague from 1945 until the present day.

Synagogue Silver from Bohemia and Moravia

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Most space is given over to Torah ornaments – shields, pointers, finials and crowns. Also on display are charity boxes, pitcher and basin sets for hand washing, Shabbat spice boxes, Kiddush cups, Hanukkah and Shabbat candles, and charity collection trays.
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