PhDr. Kateřina Bečková
a specialist worker at Prague City Museum, a curator of a photographic collection and Langweil´s model of Prague, is concerned with building changes of Prague in the 19th and 20th century and publishes also within her publishing house Schola ludus - Pragensia.
She is a chairwoman of the Club for Old Prague
a theorist of dance, an author of several significant publications about dance art, a private researcher in the field of Prague history and deltiology, and a prominent collector of Pragensies.
PhDr. Jan Jungmann
a specialist worker at Prague City Museum, an author of several significant publications about Prague, e.g. Libeň-zmizelý svět (Libeň-A Lost World), which we highly recommend you to buy.
doc. PhDr. Václav Ledvinka, CSc.
a Czech historian, archivist and director of Prague City Archives, is interested in history of Prague and is an author and co-author of many specialized publications.
We recommend our visitors to pay attention also to the following text by Mr. Ledvinka called “Mikuláš from Kadaň is a Probable Author of the Prague Astronomical Clock”
PhDr. Zdeněk Míka, CSc.
A historian PhDr. Zdeněk Mika, CSc., is the author of several publications about Prague. He used to work as the director of Prague City Museum for many years and is the author of a lot of exhibitions and several publications.
We recommend the following books by Zdeněk Míka.
an artist, editor and co-owner of the publishing house Epoque 1900, is interested mainly in modern military history and building history of Prague.top of the page