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The new synagogue in Frýdek-Místek
Večeřová, Pavla ; Velek, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis was the elaboration of an architectural study of a new synagogue in the Frýdek-Místek. The solved area includes the original lands of the Jewish community, on which stood a synagogue, a Jewish school and a rabbinate. The synagogue was burned down in 1939 and currently only the rebuilt Jewish school building is located in the area. The main idea of the design is to build a memorial on the site of the original synagogue and a new synagogue with an adjoining community centre. The main goal is to support the development of the Jewish community in the city and to remind citizens and visitors of the history, because of which the Jewish community in Frýdek-Místek disappeared. In contrast to the monument, the entire building is set in the terrain so that the terrain passes freely in a public space with the main entrance to the community centre and a kosher restaurant. The building opens up to the south side of the slope and offers a view of the historic city centre of Frýdek. The area is connected by a footbridge to the park under the castle. Part of the community centre is a space for a ritual bath - Mikveh, the administration of the Jewish community and a multifunctional hall, which can be opened to the area in front of the residential staircase. The area is separated from Revoluční Street by a retaining wall and thus form an attractive place to spend time near the historic centre.
The new synagogue in Frýdek-Místek
Hanousek, Ondřej ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The thesis deals with a hypothetical project of a new building complex of a synagogue, a kosher restaurant and a community centre at the location of the former synagogue in Frýdek. The proposal includes a memorial of the destroyed synagogue and Jewish community, as well as the incorporation of the complex into the urban structure of the city. The project proposes a building distributed into three volumes. The restaurant and community centre are connected by an underground garage within a U-shaped floor plan. The buildings are axially symmetrical, white, with expressive rhythmical perforations of the facade. They surround the building of the synagogue in the shape of a seven-sided pyramid, which is clad with blue tempered steel and creates a strong contrast with the associated buildings. The whole complex is oriented towards the park and the chateau in Frýdek, from which it is clearly visible and thanks to its distinct volumetric and material expression and axially symmetrical composition creates a new landmark for the city.
South moravian museum in Znojmo
Jihomoravské muzeum ve Znojmě
Propagační skládačka seznamuje návštěvníky města Znojma se šesti objekty Jihomoravského muzea ve Znojmě, kterými jsou minoritský klášter, Dům umění, znojemský hrad, rotunda sv. Kateřiny, zřícenina hradu Cornštejn a Památník Prokopa Diviše.
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Plaques selected Czech monuments and memorials
KOSÁN, David
As a theme of my Bachelor's thesis I chose Selected Czech Monuments and Memorials. The thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part deals with the typology of memorials and monuments, it investigates relationships among memorials, monuments, and tomb stones. It introduces us selected memorials and monuments, their origin, history, and fates. The practical part is dedicated to a realisation of memorial desk devoted to Václav Vojta.
Monuments of the Great War in the district Kutná Hora.
Bubelová, Marcela ; Beneš, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Pech, Milan (referee)
The master thesis covers the topic of memorials of the victims of the Great War in the district of Kutná Hora. History of the memorials since their unveiling to the present day will also be taken into account. The differences in the memorials (e.g. in iconography) men in k.u.k. army and in the legions, will be researched. As one of the district's cities, Čáslav, was also the resident city of the 12th landwehr and the 21st infantry regiment of the k. u. k. army, the thesis has the ambition to find out, whether there was any sign of it in the memorials around the city.
Park jako memoriál
Mynarčíková, Alena
The bachelor thesis Memorial park is focused on problematic of designing memorials in the sense of contemporary landscape design. The thesis includes a short historical overview of memorials development and relation to landscape and plants. There are mentioned selected different examples of memorials from all over the world as same as Czech examples and supplemented with photo documentation. Based on analyses, there were defined principles of designing a memorial park, mostly opportunities how is possible to rise the topic. The thesis describes also relations between individual functions, positives and negatives of park and possibilities how to harmonize them. In practical part was disposed landscape architecture study of area Kounic colleges in Brno. The architectonical study respects primarily the actual usage of the campus together with a respectful form of memorial.
The reflection on the stalinist period as a friction between the Russian State and the Memorial movement
Černoušek, Štěpán ; Svoboda, Karel (advisor) ; Kolenovská, Daniela (referee)
The bachelor thesis The reflection on the Stalinist period as a friction between the Russian State and the Memorial movement follows changes in the interpretation of Soviet repressions (especially from the period of Stalinism) from the late 1980s until the end of 2016. On the one hand, it follows the attitude of the Russian (or Soviet) state, on the other hand the position of the independent Memorial movement. In five chapters, chronologically, it notes contradictions that arise in the interpretation of the repression by the State and the Memorial and try to explain them. While the attitude of Memorial is consistent throughout the whole period (it attempts to bring repression to a wider context), we see different attitudes of the Russian state in the times of perestroika, during the reign of President Yeltsin and during the presidency of Vladimir Putin. From coincident attitudes, the state moves to interpretations that are inconsistent with the position of Memorial and are ideologically motivated. The thesis also looks at the causes of the current pressure of the Russian state against the Memorial movement, which intensified especially after 2014. The other theme of the thesis is also a brief history of the Memorial movement, its development and concrete projects and opinions.
Monument as the materialization of memory in relation to the current generation and the role of the media
Mrázková, Simona ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Wolák, Radim (referee)
The thesis "Monument as the materialization of memory in relation to the current generation and the role of the media" is devoted to the analysis of media discourse of contemporary memorials. The discourse of contemporary memorials is represented in the thesis by media coverage in the Czech periodical printed media regarding to two memorials installed in the Czech Republic. The first is a monument of General Patton in Pilsen and the second is a monument of the Czechoslovak RAF aviators in Prague - Klárov. Examined media coverage related to memorial scandal in Deník VLP, Mladá fronta DNES, Lidové noviny, Blesk, Metro, Haló noviny and Právo belong to the years: 2005, 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015. The form of contemporary memorial discourse was examined with the help of multiple methods including quantitative analysis and qualitative analysis represented by textual and argumentative analysis. Based on the combination of the mentioned methods basic form of the discourse of contemporary memorials was described with the main focus on media communication containing the topic of foreign affairs and the concept of memory. For this purpose, Marshall McLuhan's perspective was used, which describes the media exposure of artistic interpretation, or the concept of memory as described by Pierre Nora. The various...
Remembering Easter Rising
Reiterová, Martina ; Činátl, Kamil (advisor) ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (referee)
5 Abstract The bachelor thesis focuses on the official policy of remembering the Easter Rising in Ireland in 1916. The attention concentrates on the political representatives of the Irish Free State and Irish Republic from 1922 to 2006 and their attitude towards commemorations of the Easter Rising. The topic is elaborated using mainly English secondary sources and also some primary sources like political documents and videos. Regarding the methodology, the so-called collective memory concept is used, especially the lieux de mémoire method by Pierre Nora. The thesis examines the basic factors influencing the Irish representatives' attitude towards the Easter commemorations. Simultaneously, the paper analyses the means used by the Irish representatives to influence the people's commemorative practises. Key words Easter Rising, Dublin, commemoration, Irish Republic, Irish Free State, memorial, remembering, 1916

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