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Three winners of the QUIZ Get to know The Disappeared places of the town of Kutná Hora

10th december 2009
Three winners of the Quiz Get to know The Disappeared places of the town of Kutná Hora received a book published by PASEKA publisher in the redaction of media partner of the project-weekly magazine Obzory Kutnohorska (Horizons of the Kutná Hora Region).
Congratulations!
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On December 1st, 2009 took place the opening of the exhibition

02nd december 2009
After participating in a professional seminar moved the listeners and other invited guests to the exhibition area on the ground floor of Hradek, where the exhibition opening took place at 6.30 p.m.. The exhibition presented the originals of the pictorial sources.
For more details about the exhibition opening and for the link on the interview for Cesky rozhlas(Czech broadcasting company) click here

Reportage from the professional seminar in pictures.

Reportage from the professional seminar in pictures

01st december 2009
Professional lectures, which gave approach to the current state of the research focused on historical pictorial sources of the town and officially introduced the whole project and its individual outputs, took place in the lecture hall at Hradek on December 1st ,2009 at 4 p.m.
For details and photography of the seminar click here

Book by PASEKA publisher has just been

28th november 2009
The book brings representative selection of one hundred and fifty pictorial sources completed by annotion and a brief editorial.It is composed as a pictorial publication and at the same time forms a representative output of the project.The book was published by PASEKA publisher in 170x240 mm size and it is bound.
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See the exhibition

27th november 2009
The exhibition has been installed in Hradek,the seat of th Czech museum of Silver in Kutná Hora and it is open for public between 2.and 23.12.2009 and again between 1.and 14.4.2010.
In two exhibition rooms you may see the selection of the pictorial sources of the town in originals- oil paintings,graphics,historical photography and also the unique model of the St. Barbara Cathedral and the Italian Court from the 19th century.
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