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Alchemy and Rudolf II skladem

1 500,00 Kč
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This publication deals both with activities that were directly supported by the Emperor Rudolf II, and also those that developer in the broader social circle connected with the imperial court.
Artefactum, Prague 2016, 215 x 270 mm, 869 pages, ISBN 978–80–86890–85–2

Landscape, residence, image: Georg Johann Buquoy´s romantic order skladem

400,00 Kč
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The publication is a final output of the five-year research project Rescuing Memory: the Restoration of Buquoy Property and its Place in Czech Cultural Identity.
Artefactum, Prague 2013, 265 x 235 mm, 296 pages, Cyech and English, ISBN 978-80-86890-80-7

Czech Photography of the 20th Century skladem

1 138,50 Kč
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This publication by Vladimír Birgus and Jan Mlčoch introduces various movements and trends of the art of photography since the beginning of the century, through the modern photography movements in the twenties to Staged and portrait photography of the end of the 20th century.
Kant and UPM in Prague, Prague 2010, 285 x 250 mm, 392 pages, ISBN 978-80-7101-090-6

The Irish Franciscans in Prague 1629 - 1786 skladem

390,00 Kč
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At the end of the sixteenth century, Queen Elizabeth I forced the Irish Franciscans into exile. Of the four continental provinces to which the Irish Franciscans fled, the Prague Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary was the largest in its time.
Karolinum, Prague 2015, size 165 x 235 mm, 226 pages, ISBN 978-80-246-2676-5

Czech law in historical contexts skladem

390,00 Kč
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This book deals with the development of Czech law from its initial origins as a form of Slavic law to its current position, reflecting the influence of the legal systems of neighbouring countries and that of Roman law.
Karolinum, Prague 2015, size 165 - 235 mm, 240 pages, ISBN 978-80-246-2860-8

Old Prague legends skladem

269,00 Kč
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The book the good reader holds in his or her hands contains a collection of twenty-nine tales or legends associated with several well-known sites of old Prague.
Plot, Prague 2008, 185 x 135 mm, 135 pages, ISBN 978-80-86523-87-3

Mazal Tov - Good Luck skladem

90,00 Kč
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Catalogue Katalog of the exhibition in Robert Guttmann Galery, which introduces traditional Jewish marriage ceremony - its process and atributes.
Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague 2006, 210 x 220 mm, 165 pages, Czech and English, ISBN 978-80-86889-61-0

Queer Prague. A Guide to the LGBT History of the Czech Capital 1380-2000 skladem

290,00 Kč
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This guide introduces 100 places, which are connected with the past of the queer people in Prague.
Černé pole, Brno 2014, size 140 x 210 mm, 295 pages, ISBN 978-80-260-6548-7

Flowers In The Dustbin / Kytky v popelnici skladem

490,00 Kč
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A publication by Konstantina Hlaváčková, with an introduction by Pavel Kosatík, recalls the key events of the seventies and their effects on the fashion and lifestyle of the people of the western world and the former Czechoslovakia.

Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, 2007, size 303 x 217 mm, 168 pages, English and Czech, ISBN 978-80-7101-072-2

Czech Action Art: Happenings, Actions, Events, Land Art, Body Art and Performance Art Behind the Iron Curtain skladem

380,00 Kč
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Theorist and art historian Pavlína Morganová gives this art scene its due, chronicling its inception and tracing its evolution through to the present.          
Charles University, Karolinum Press, Prague 2014, 145 x 205 mm, 288 pages, ISBN 9788024623177

Poklady Moravy / Treasures of Moravia skladem

440,00 Kč
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In this billingual publication the collective of authors presents the contribution of Moravian history and its personalitites of Czech, European, and world culture since the beginning of the settlement of Moravia by paleolithic hunters until the 20th century.
The Moravian Museum, Brno 2010, 210 x 260 mm, 376 pages, English and Czech, ISBN 978-80-7028-371-4

Collective and Individual Patronage skladem

530,00 Kč
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Anniversary of the death of Josef Hlávka in 2008 was an opportunity for musing about the institute of patronage and its operation in wider relations - geographic and temporal.
Historický ústav AV ČR v.v.i., Prague 2010, 158 x 215 mm, 618 pages

For The Love of Prague skladem

320,00 Kč
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For thirty years, during the stalinist rule of the communists in Czechoslovakia, Gene Deitch was the only American citizen continuously living there who was completely free of control by the regime!
Baset, Prague 2008, 140 x 210 mm, 320 str., ISBN 978-80-86223-09-4

Franz Kafka: A Man of His Time and Our Own skladem

330,00 Kč
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This lavish book about the most famous native of Prague Franz Kafka is intended for everyone who wishes to learn more about his life and work, and his world.
Práh, Prague 2017, 195 x 235 mm, 104 pages, English, ISBN: 978-80-7252-676-5

Great Stories in Czech History skladem

219,00 Kč
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A well-known Czech historian have chosen and engagingly written fifteen of the most interesting stories of the Czech history, from the oldest times until today.
Práh, Prague 2010, 205 x 142 mm, 142 pages, ISBN 978-80-7252-111-X

Medieval Painting in Bohemia skladem

960,00 Kč
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Medieval Painting in Bohemia assesses the history of painting in Bohemia and Moravia from the emergence of the Czech state in the late ninth century to the end of the rule of Ludwig Jagiello in 1526.
Charles Universtiy, Karolinum, Prague 2003, 205 x 260 mm, 160 pages, ISBN: 978-80-246-0266-0

Prague in the Reign of Rudolph II skladem

450,00 Kč
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Karolinum, Prague 2015, 200 pages, 200 x 260 mm, ISBN 978-80-246-2263-7

T. G. Masaryk: His Life in Words and Pictures skladem

290,00 Kč
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A representative picture publication published for the 150th anniversary of TGM's birth. Colourful illustrations are accompanied by Czech and English text.
Masaryk Institute and Archive of the CAS, Prague 2000, 132 pages, Czech and English, ISBN 80-902659-6-0

The Theresienstadt Requiem skladem

90,00 Kč
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Josef Bor’s dramatic narrative of preparations and rehearsals for the performance of Verdi’s Requiem by Jewish prisoners is a remarkable literary achievement.
Wallstein Verlag, Germany 2010, 111 pages., 135 x 205 mm,