History Of Dalmatia

Author: Giuseppe Praga
Editor: Pisa [Italy] : Giardini
ISBN:
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Praga

Author: Leonina Roversi
Editor: Alinea Editrice
ISBN: 8860552273
Size: 17,83 MB
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Praga

Author: Rafał Sławoń
Editor:
ISBN: 9788326804373
Size: 14,40 MB
Format: PDF
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Praga Arte E Storia Ediz Inglese

Author: Giuliano Valdés
Editor: Casa Editrice Bonechi
ISBN: 9788847620001
Size: 13,51 MB
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Discover the rich history and culture of some of the world¿s most influential historical places with these highly illustrated books, packed with informative and enlightening descriptions and information

City Maps Praga Poludnie Poland

Author: James mcFee
Editor: Soffer Publishing
ISBN:
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City Maps Praga Poludnie Poland is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Attractions, pubs, bars, restaurants, museums, convenience stores, clothing stores, shopping centers, marketplaces, police, emergency facilities are only some of the places you will find in this map. This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this map be part of yet another fun Praga Poludnie adventure :)

Praga

Author: Giovanni Denti
Editor: Alinea Editrice
ISBN: 8860550211
Size: 16,42 MB
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Praga

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ISBN: 9788392237716
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Praga

Author: Neil Wilson
Editor: EDT srl
ISBN: 8860409365
Size: 10,53 MB
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Visioni Di Praga Nel Mondo Di Jaroslav Seifert

Author: Francesco Jappelli
Editor: Edizioni Polistampa
ISBN: 9788859616214
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Bard of Prague and national poet of the Czechs, Jaroslav Seifert (1901-1986) played a fundamental role in the European literary scene of the 1900s. His verses, here together with pictures by Francesco Jappelli, bring us back to Prague in the days of yore, with streets, squares, buildings, schools, churches, and cemeteries far from the touristic circuits and almost unknown to the average visitor. "These white and black glimpses" writes Dario Massini in the introduction "almost always without human figures, without elements that could define the position in time, are the perfect counterpart to the words of Seifert. As the poet turns the real matter of his memories into artistic invention, the gaze of the photographer turns the corner of a present-day city into an abstraction that in the language of artistic fiction, brings us back in a different decade".

The Great Jewish Cities Of Central And Eastern Europe

Author: Eli Valley
Editor: Jason Aronson
ISBN: 9780765760005
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The Great Jewish Cities of Central and Eastern Europe: A Travel Guide and Resource Book to Prague, Warsaw, Cracow, and Budapest is the most comprehensive guidebook covering all aspects of Jewish history and contemporary life in Prague, Warsaw, Cracow, and Budapest. This remarkable book includes detailed histories of the Jews in these cities, walking tours of Jewish districts past and present, intensive descriptions of Jewish sites, fascinating accounts of local Jewish legend and lore, and practical information for Jewish travelers to the region. The Great Jewish Cities of Central and Eastern Europe is much more than a tour guide. It is a rich storybook filled with illuminating gleanings from all aspects of Jewish culture in the region: inspiring legends from the streets of Jewish Cracow; a secret glimpse at the former facade of a Prague synagogue; strolls atop a buried Medieval synagogue in Budapest; a virtual reality tour of Warsaw's former Jewish quarter. The author combines experience in several disciplines to elucidate all aspects of Jewish history in these cities, from architectural history to religious symbolism. The entire history of Jewish life, including local traditions and contemporary anecdotes is covered. In addition, The Great Jewish Cities of Central and Eastern Europe is also a practical sourcebook essential for the Jewish traveler, containing information ranging from kosher restaurants to the prayer times and service descriptions of active synagogues in the region. Whether it's an ancient legend or a description of a kosher restaurant, Eli Valley describes the topic in a style that is both enthusiastic and easy to read. The author's years of experience in the region give him an insight into the local Jewish communities rarely seen by the outside world. In spite of the renewed accessibility of Jewish sites, local tour guides are not well-versed in the history of Jewish compatriots, and guide books include only sparse, misleading information about the Jewish sites. The unfortu