Inter-war Krakow – a guidebook

2011-11-21
Jewish Architects in Inter-war Krakow – a guidebook

We are happy to invite everyone to join us in following the tracks of the Jewish architects that worked in Krakow in the inter-war period. The guidebook was written by Barbara Zbroja, an art historian whose research interests lie in architecture and urban planning of Krakow in the second half of the 19th and the first half of the 20th centuries. She is the author of many publications, including two books entitled Miasto umarłych. Architektura publiczna Żydowskiej Gminy Wyznaniowej w Krakowie w latach 1868–1939 [City of the dead. Public architecture of the Krakow Jewish community in the years 1868–1939] (Krakow 2005) and Nieznany portret Krakowa [Unknown portrait of Krakow] (Krakow 2010).

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