Please, Consider Exploring Ukraine Beyond Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa (OP-ED)
The largest country in Europe should not underestimate the power of attraction of its other assets like Kharkiv and Poltava.
Ulica Karola Ludwika (idag Prospekt Svobody) år 1906.
Поштівка 1906 року
Photo: Roman Vishniac (1897 – 1990)
Poland – Krakow, circa 1935
Roman Vishniac was a Russian-American photographer, best known for capturing on film the culture of Jews in Central and Eastern Europe before the Holocaust. A major archive of his work now rests at the International Center of Photography.
Poland: Krakow’s Old Synagogue & museum closes til March for renovation
The Old Synagogue and its Jewish Museum in Krakow will be closed for the coming 4-1/2 months for renovation work. A museum announcement said the synagogue will be closed from November 12, 2019 to March 31, 2020. It did not
Läs om Lvivs ringmur.
Remnants of Lviv’s Medieval Fortifications – Forgotten Galicia
Remnants of Lviv’s Medieval Fortifications August 31, 2017 When the Austrian Empire acquired Lviv in 1772, the city’s fortification walls and moats were in a particularly poor state. Five years later, the new rulers began to pull down the fortifications as part of their urban planning strategy, …
En film som man kan se många gånger. ❤️🦁
Great shots from Lwów in: “Jewish Life in Lwów” (1939, before WW2) …Produced by Yitzhak Goskind owner of the “Sektor” studio in Warszawa (Warsaw), Poland / Narrated in Yiddish (with English subtitles, added after WW2) by Yitzhak Goskind (SOUND ON, 09:57 min)
Bilder från Lvivs Grand Prix 1932.
Гран-прі Львова. Вересень 1932 року.
Photo: Mieczyslaw Watorski
Poland – Lwów, 1931
Mieczyslaw Watorski was a Polish engineer and amateur photograher from the city of Lwów