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lubos28
  • červen 2017
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kellne
  • 3.9.2017
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  • 3.6.2017
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Kategorie: krajinasport
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  • 13.5.2017
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  • únor 2012 až květen 2017
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  • červen 2017
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Run the World dosáhlo fenomenálního výsledku a umístilo jeden tým bednu a druhý tým do první desítky. Pár kusů dokumentace ze startu a cíle...
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  • 25.6.2017
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evajbclaudos
The Jewish Museum Vienna

The Jüdisches Museum Wien trading as Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Wien GmbH or the Jewish Museum Vienna, is a museum of Jewish history, life and religion in Austria. The museum is present on two locations, in the Palais Eskeles in the Dorotheergasse and in the Judenplatz, and has distinguished itself by a very active programme of exhibitions and outreach events highlighting the past and present of Jewish culture in Austria. The current director is Danielle Spera and the chief curator is Werner Hanak-Lettner.

The first Jewish Museum in Vienna, founded in 1896, was the first Jewish museum in the world of its sort. It was supported and run by the "Society for the Collection and Preservation of Artistic and Historical Memorials of Jewry". The museum focused on the culture and history of the Jews in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, especially in Vienna and Galicia, while its collection of objects from Palestine also reflected the political debate about Zionism at that time.

By 1913, when it moved into the Talmud-Thora-School in Leopoldstadt with 3,400 objects, it had already moved premises several times. Immediately after the Anschluss by Nazi Germany in 1938 the museum was closed, and its contents were distributed among the Museum of Ethnology (Museum für Völkerkunde), the Natural History Museum (Naturhistorisches Museum Wien) and other repositories. The Natural History Museum used its new acquisitions to mount the anti-Semitic exhibition "The Corporeal and Spiritual Properties of the Jews". At the beginning of the 1950s, the majority of that stock was restituted to the Jewish community (Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien), with some additional objects being returned in the 1990s.

On 31 December 1964 a small Jewish museum was opened in the newly built Desider-Friedmann-Hof in Tempelgasse 3, but received scarcely any public attention. It closed for renovation work in 1967 and was never reopened.

In 1986 the establishment of a new Jewish museum in Vienna was announced by the then mayor of Vienna, Helmut Zilk, in New York at the opening of the exhibition "Vienna 1900 - Art, Architecture and Design". On the foundation committee, among many others, were representatives of the Austrian state, the city of Vienna, the Jewish Community in Vienna, the Vienna Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein and Helmut Zilk.

After its foundation in 1988 as a limited company under the management of director Christian Cap the museum was given the management of the Max Berger Collection and the IKG Collection. In 1993 Austrian collector Martin Schlaff presented to the city of Vienna his collection of antisemitica, containing about 5,000 objects, and covering a period from 1490 to 1946, so that they could be catalogued and prepared for a major exhibition.

In 1993 the Palais Eskeles in the Dorotheergasse in Vienna was put at the disposal of the museum by the auction house Dorotheum. Julius H. Schoeps, director of the Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum für europäisch-jüdische Studien at the University of Potsdam, was appointed director. On 24 November 1994 Paul Grosz, president of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien, opened the museum library. In 1995/1996 the Palais Eskeles adapted for the museum by the Viennese team of architects eichinger oder knechtl to create more display spaces, increase storage, and add a coffee house and a specialist bookshop. In 1998, the museum archive with an ever-growing collection of materials on the history of Jewish Vienna was publicly available. On 25 October 2000, the second building of the museum was opened in Judenplatz with the unveiling of the Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial to the Austrian Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
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  • 8.12.2017
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evajbclaudos
IVANČICE

Alfons Mucha Exhibition in Ivančice

The title of the exhibition is Alfons Mucha, Native Son of Ivančice 1860 – 1939 and it expresses the painter’s lifelong relationship with his hometown. The exhibits are divided into four rooms. Mucha´s paintings and graphic art collections are housed in the large hall. These mainly include study-pieces of nudes, a large sketch on cardboard for one of his monumental paintings of the Slavonic Epopee“ The Brethren School in Ivančice”, and the renowned pastel sketches for the painting “Jan Milíč from Kroměříž” from the same cycle of paintings. This room also features studies for the window panels of Saint Vitus´ Cathedral in Prague. Biographical information and photographs may be found in the room where Mucha´s bronze bust holds a dominant position. Personal belongings and copies of documents are also exhibited there. The room with correspondence best illustrates Mucha´s continuous contact with his hometown. The early works and paintings from his youth are also beautiful – portraits, a church tower, the front page of the municipal registry created by the artist, as well as the first Czechoslovakian postage stamps which Mucha designed. The last room of the exhibition may simply be called the Photo Room. It contains 63 photographs taken by the artist as studies for his works.

Jewish Ivančice

The local Jewish settlement, which had probably existed since as early as the 13th century, was one of the oldest and most important in Moravia. The Jewish Community of Ivančice was restored for a short period of time after the end of the WWII. Until 1840, a yeshiva was run in Ivančice with a number of noted rabbis.

The Jewish quarter is situated in the north part of the city centre, today comprising streets Josefa Vávry, Jana Schwarze and Ve fortně. Out of the initial 73 houses 52 remain, a bathhouse at No. 100 and a school at No. 42 among them. What arrests visitors’ attention is the picturesque front face of the house at No. 98 with a forged balcony railing from 1818.

The synagogue at 26 Josefa Vávry Street was built in late classicist style at the site of an older temple in 1853. The synagogue was used as a storage space for 50 years; since 2008 a comprehensive historical reconstruction has been under way in order to enable the use of the synagogue for the town’s cultural needs.

The Jewish cemetery can be found in Mřenková Street, approximately 400 m north of Palacký Square. It was founded in 16th century at the latest; the area of over 2.5 acres comprises about 1,800 tombstones, the oldest readable stone dating back to 1580. Some very valuable tombs can be found at the cemetery: of baroque and classicist origin, with remarkable symbolism alluding to the family, name, profession or character of the deceased. The cemetery is also a place where you can visit the graves of a number of notable personalities. A hall of mourning from 1902 built at the cemetery entrance in eclectic architectonic style arrests a visitor’s attention.

Ivančice is the birthplace of the musicologist Guido Adler (1855–1941, Vienna) and the music composer Hugo Weisgall (1912–1997, New York). A memorial mounted on the wall at 1 Krumlovská Street commemorates the place where a transit and later interment camp for Jewish citizens was located in 1938–1942.
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  • 26.8.2017
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  • červen 2018
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  • 3.6.2016
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  • květen 2015
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  • 30.5.2015
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  • 30.5.2015
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  • 4.6.2016
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  • 30.5.2015
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  • 30.5.2015
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