(See also: Revival of the Hebrew language) In Galicia (Galicia (Eastern Europe)), important literary artists included: Nachman Krochmal (1785–1840); Solomon Judah Loeb Rapoport (1790–1867); and the satirical poet and essayist Isaac Erter (1792–1841); and lyric poet and translator Meir Halevi Letteris (1815–1874). Writers in Amsterdam included the poet Samuel Molder (1789–1862). Writers in Prague included the haskalah leader Jehudah Loeb Jeiteles (1773–1838), author of witty epigrams ("Bene ha-Ne'urim") and of works directed against Hasidism and against superstition. Writers in Hungary included: the poet Solomon Lewison of Moor (1789–1822), author of "Melitzat Yeshurun"; the poet Gabriel Südfeld, father of Max Nordau; and the poet Simon Bacher. Romanian (Romanians) writers of note included Julius Barasch. http: www.jewishencyclopedia.com view.jsp?artid 467&letter L Italian (Italy) Jewish writers included: I. S. Reggio (1784–1854); Joseph Almanzi; Hayyim Salomon; Samuel Vita Lolli (1788–1843); Rachel Morpurgo (1790–1860), whose poems evince religious piety and a mystic faith in Israel's future; and Samuel David Luzzatto (1800–65), who has been described as the first modern writer to introduce religious romanticism into Hebrew. http: www.jewishencyclopedia.com view.jsp?artid 467&letter L Membership is estimated at between 100,000 and 180,000 adherents, mostly in the Czech Republic and some in Slovakia. There are 304
is the Prague - Brno line with round the clock time schedule. There are also many less frequent international lines to: London, Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart, Paris, Košice, Budapest, Rome, Naples, Venice, Zurich, Bern, Geneve, Stockholm, Oslo and some other destinations. The company operates lines connecting Prague with Ostrava, Vienna (both via Brno), Plzeň, Liberec and Hradec Králové. The most frequent is the Prague - Brno line with round the clock time schedule. There are also many less frequent international lines to: London, Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart, Paris, Košice, Budapest, Rome, Naples, Venice, Zurich, Bern, Geneve, Stockholm, Oslo and some other destinations. He studied in Prague with sculptor Josef Václav Myslbek before moving to Vienna (Vienna, Austria) and then Paris (Paris, France) to continue his studies. He worked in London (London, England), Berlin and Rome (Rome, Italy) before returning and settling in Prague. He frequently worked in an Expressive symbolist (Symbolism (arts)) style, was a noted animalier as well as being known for his decorative sculpture. He was considered a predecessor to the Art Nouveau style and was highly influenced by the works of Auguste Rodin. References Bílek attended the ''Akademie výtvarných umění'' (AVU) in Prague. Due to his apparent colour-blindness he moved to Josef Mauder one year later (1888) and started to study sculpture. Given a scholarship offered by patron Vojtěch Lanna, he spent one year in Paris at the Académie Colarossi. After that, he lived in turns in Prague and in Chýnov. He was a member of the Mánes Union of Fine Arts from 1898 to 1912. '''Olbram Zoubek''' (born 21 April 1926 in Prague) is a famous Czech (Czech people) contemporary sculptor and designer. '''Julius Edvard Mařák''' (29 March 1832, Litomyšl – 8 October 1899, Prague) was a Czech (Czech people) landscape painter (landscape art), draughtsman (drawing), and graphic designer. He helped Wales to qualify for the 1958 FIFA World Cup in Sweden – the only time thus far that the nation has qualified for the competition. They were drawn in a difficult qualifying group (1958 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA – Group 4)) consisting of themselves, Czechoslovakia (Czechoslovakia national football team), and East Germany (East Germany national football team). A Roy Vernon goal gave Wales two opening points at home to the Czechs – this was John Charles' final game before his big money move to Juventus (Juventus F.C.). Dmoz:Regional Europe Czech Republic Regions Prague Commons:Category:Prague Wikipedia:Prague
in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Sterbak immigrate (immigration)d as a teenager with her parents to Montréal in 1968, to Edmonton and then to Vancouver in 1970 where she attended Kitsilano High School. She attended the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr University of Art and Design) in 1973-74 and the University of British Columbia in 1974-75 before moving back to Montréal to complete her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (academic degree) in 1977 at Concordia University
Limbourg , but like the other surviving portrait of Richard, in Westminster Abbey, is also closely related in themes to paintings made in Prague for Anne's father Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and her brother Wenceslas, King of the Romans. Levey (1971):22-31 '''Josef Lada''' (born 17 December 1887 in Hrusice - 14 December 1957 in Prague, buried at Olšany Cemetery) was a Czech (Czech people) painter (Painting) and writer.
in Bratislava, Košice, Brno, Prague and Ostrava. The vehicle was designed and manufactured by local light rail supplier Tatra ČKD (ČKD). Only 296 trams (and one chassis) were made during a seven-year period (1991–1998). History T6A5 is based on T6A2 with narrow chassis (2,200 mm) and T6B5 with wide and long chassis (2,500 mm, bogie distance 7,500 mm) both made in 1980s. T6A2 were made for cities with narrow streets(Germany). T6B5 had wider ends, suitable
to help secure a 4–1 victory over East Germany at Cardiff. In 2007 he and his former classmate Ian Bok made their own theatrepiece called De Huilende Kers (The Crying Cherry). That year they won the audience award at the Its Festival (International Theatreschool Festival). In 2008 they won the Dioraphte Fringe Award at the Amsterdam Fringe Festival. In summer 2009 De Huilende Kers will be performed
Prague, Bohemia DATE OF DEATH July 30, 1674 DATE OF DEATH July 30, 1674 PLACE OF DEATH Prague, Bohemia Career Ogorodov officially turned pro in 1995 and made his first singles appearance on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) challenger series tour in July. During his first appearance in Weiden, Germany (Weiden in der Oberpfalz) he made it to the quarterfinal but lost to Swedish tennis player Thomas Johasson in three sets, 7–6, 1–6, 5–7. Dmoz:Regional Europe Czech Republic Regions Prague Commons:Category:Prague Wikipedia:Prague
at the University of Sofia "Kliment Ohridski". Later she studied acting in Bulgaria and Prague. From 1949 until 1956 she acted in multiple plays in the national "Ivan Vazov" theatre. She is one of the founders of the "Aleko Konstantinov" satiric theatre, where she performed from 1957 to 1991. In 2005 she starred alongside Georgi Kaloyanchev in the play ''The Astronauts''. In 2010 Mutafova was one of the leading actors in the Bulgarian film ''If somebody loves you''. thumb right 204px Oldřich Duras (Image:OldrichDuras.jpg) '''Oldřich Duras''' (also '''Důras'''; 30 October 1882, Pchery, Bohemia, then Austria-Hungary – 5 January 1957, Prague, then Czechoslovakia) was a leading Czech (Czech Republic) chess master of the early 20th century. FIDE awarded him the title of International Grandmaster in 1950, when the title was first introduced, in recognition of his achievements in the early twentieth century. Charles of Bavaria needed military assistance to take the Imperial title by force and he secured this with the treaty of Nymphenburg (Nymphenburg Palace) (July 1741). During the subsequent War of the Austrian Succession, he successfully captured Prague, where he was crowned King of Bohemia. He invaded Upper Austria, planning to capture Vienna, but diplomatic exigencies complicated his plans. His French allies redirected their troops into Bohemia, where Frederick II of Prussia, himself newly king, had taken advantage of the chaos in Austria and Bavaria to annex Silesia. Benians, pp. 230–233; Dill, pp. 49–50; Holborn, pp. 191–247. Sugihara served as a Consul General in Prague, Czechoslovakia, from March 1941 to late 1942 in Königsberg, East Prussia and in the legation in Bucharest, Romania from 1942 to 1944. When Soviet troops entered Romania, they imprisoned Sugihara and his family in a POW camp for eighteen months. They were released in 1946 and returned to Japan through the Soviet Union via the Trans-Siberian railroad and Nakhodka port. In 1947, the Japanese foreign office asked him to resign, nominally due to downsizing. Some sources, including his wife Yukiko Sugihara, have said that the Foreign Ministry told Sugihara he was dismissed because of "that incident" in Lithuania. After graduation, he taught English in Prague for under a year before moving to Washington (Washington, D.C.) to take a job at the American Enterprise Institute. Dmoz:Regional Europe Czech Republic Regions Prague Commons:Category:Prague Wikipedia:Prague
" Pryce Jones reports that "She saw him, it seemed, more than a hundred times, no other English person could have anything like that access to Hitler",related "Hitler's British Girl", Part 1, Channel 4 Documentary 2007. Video footage. Accessed 2010-08-26 and the suspicions of the British SIS (Secret Intelligence Service) were aroused. MI5 head Guy Liddell wrote
). Teachers at that time who made an impact on his thought included Martin Heidegger and Hans Georg Gadamer. He was to remain there until 1954. In these years he made study trips to Paris and Perugia. thumb Ludwig Dessoir as ''Richard III''. (File:Die Gartenlaube (1863) b 341.jpg) '''Ludwig Dessoir''', original name '''Leopold Dessauer''' (15 December 1810 – 30 December 1874) was a German (Germany) actor born in Posen (Poznań), the son of a Jewish tradesman. He made his first appearance on the stage there in 1824 in a small part. After some experience at the theatre in Posen and on tour, he was engaged at Leipzig from 1834 to 1836. Then he was attached to the municipal theatre of Breslau, and in 1837 appeared at Prague, Brno, Vienna and Budapest, where he accepted an engagement which lasted until 1839. He succeeded Karl Devrient at Karlsruhe, and went in 1847 to Berlin, where he acted Othello and Hamlet with great success, he received a permanent engagement at that theatre. From 1849 to 1872, when he retired on a pension, he played 110 parts, frequently on tour, and in 1853 acting in London. He died in 1874 in Berlin. goals2 Bene Dmoz:Regional Europe Czech Republic Regions Prague Commons:Category:Prague Wikipedia:Prague
'''Prague''' ( It is also the historical capital of Bohemia. Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava River, the city is home to about 1.24 million people, while its larger urban zone (Larger Urban Zones) is estimated to have a population of nearly 2 million. title Urban Audit 2004 url http: www.urbanaudit.org DataAccessed.aspx accessdate 20 July 2008 The city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters.
Prague has been a political, cultural, and economic centre of central Europe with waxing and waning fortunes during its 1,100-year existence. Founded during the Romanesque (romanesque architecture) and flourishing by the Gothic (Gothic art) and Renaissance eras, Prague was not only the capital of the Czech state, but also the seat of two Holy Roman Emperors and thus also the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. It was an important city to the Habsburg Monarchy and its Austro-Hungarian Empire and after World War I became the capital of Czechoslovakia. The city played major roles in the Protestant Reformation, the Thirty Years' War, and in 20th-century history, during both World Wars and the post-war Communist era.
Prague is home to a number of famous cultural attractions, many of which survived the violence and destruction of 20th-century Europe. Main attractions include the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Old Town Square (Old Town Square (Prague)), the Jewish Quarter (Josefov), the Lennon Wall and Petřín hill. Since 1992, the extensive historic centre of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
The city boasts more than ten major museums, along with numerous theatres, galleries, cinemas, and other historical exhibits. A modern public transportation system connects the city. Also, it is home to a wide range of public and private schools, including Charles University (Charles University in Prague) (Univerzita Karlova v Praze ). Prague is classified as an "Alpha-" global city according to GaWC studies, comparable to Vienna, Seoul and Washington, D.C. Its rich history makes it a popular tourist destination, and the city receives more than 4.4 million international visitors annually,