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Blue Church in Bratislava, Slovakia

Blue Church in Bratislava, Slovakia

Überschwemmungen in Pressburg (SME)

Überschwemmungen in Pressburg (SME)

pressburg im nebel ... http://fc-foto.de/7450363

pressburg im nebel ... http://fc-foto.de/7450363

Marble equestrian statue of queen Maria Theresia being torn down by slovak nationalists in Pozsony/Pressburg. 1921 [1000x1198] #HistoryPorn #history #retro http://ift.tt/1TMui4P

Marble equestrian statue of queen Maria Theresia being torn down by slovak nationalists in Pozsony/Pressburg. 1921 [1000x1198] #HistoryPorn #history #retro http://ift.tt/1TMui4P

Überschwemmungen in Pressburg (SME)

Überschwemmungen in Pressburg (SME)

The interior of the synagogue in Bratislava before the war. On the eve of the Holocaust the Jewish community in Bratislava was the largest Jewish community in Slovakia; it was a Jewish religious and political center, and home to the renowned Pressburg Yeshiva as well as the Zionist Organization of Slovakia. In 1930 over 15,000 Jews lived in the city, constituting some 12 percent of the population.

The interior of the synagogue in Bratislava before the war. On the eve of the Holocaust the Jewish community in Bratislava was the largest Jewish community in Slovakia; it was a Jewish religious and political center, and home to the renowned Pressburg Yeshiva as well as the Zionist Organization of Slovakia. In 1930 over 15,000 Jews lived in the city, constituting some 12 percent of the population.

MARIA THERESIA, Holy Roman Empress ~1741, being crowned Queen of Hungary, St. Martin's Cathedral, Pressburg.

MARIA THERESIA, Holy Roman Empress ~1741, being crowned Queen of Hungary, St. Martin's Cathedral, Pressburg.

kaiserkrönung ungarn 1916 | Kaiser Karl I. und Kaiserin Zita von Österreich mit Sohn Otto

kaiserkrönung ungarn 1916 | Kaiser Karl I. und Kaiserin Zita von Österreich mit Sohn Otto

1913, Rabbi Akiva Sofer (with his back to the camera), the Chief Rabbi of Bratislava (Pressburg), welcoming Emperor Franz Jozef during his visit to the city. The Emperor is seated in his carriage next to his wife, and Rabbi Sofer greats the Imperial on behalf of the Bratislava Jewish community

1913, Rabbi Akiva Sofer (with his back to the camera), the Chief Rabbi of Bratislava (Pressburg), welcoming Emperor Franz Jozef during his visit to the city. The Emperor is seated in his carriage next to his wife, and Rabbi Sofer greats the Imperial on behalf of the Bratislava Jewish community

Inside Bratislava Castle | Our Best Of Bratislava

Our Best Of Bratislava

Inside Bratislava Castle | Our Best Of Bratislava

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