Brod

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Master Of Vyšší Brod
... The Master of Vyšší Brod (also known as the Master of Hohenfurth, from the German name for the town of Vyšší Brod) was an anonymous Bohemian painter ... from Prague originally an altarpiece for the Cistercian convent of Vyšší Brod, from which his name is derived, may still be seen in Prague ... Persondata Name Master of Vyšší Brod Alternative names Master of Hohenfurth Short description Czech artist Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of ...
Brod Fortress - The External Defence Zone
... Due to the rapid development of the siege techniques, the Brod Fortress lost its defensive task already by the mid 19th century ... From that point onwards, Brod on the Sava River started its intensive development, while the old wooden Brod started to disappear ... The devastation of the Brod Fortress continues throughout the 20th century ...
Bród, West Pomeranian Voivodeship
... Before 1945 the area was part of Germany ... For the history of the region, see History of Pomerania ...
Tsarev Brod
... Tsarev Brod (Bulgarian Царев брод also transliterated Carev Brod, Tzarev Brod, Zarev Brod, "royal ford") is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Shumen ... In the 1920s, Tsarev Brod had a diverse, even cosmopolitan population, including 50 German families, Bulgarians (with some Banat Bulgarians and some refugees from Macedonia), Tatars, Turks ... in Bulgaria were found near Tsarev Brod they most likely date to the 12th century ...
Letters To Family, Friends, And Editors (Franz Kafka) - Correspondents - Friends
... oldest surviving work of fiction - "Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart" Max Brod - Closest friend writer and Kafka's literary executor Elsa Brod, née Taussig - Brod's wife Sophie Friedmann, née Brod - Brod's ...