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T. F. Langhans is the photographer of this cabinet card portrait featuring four sweet boys wearing sailor suits. Langhans’s studio was located in Prague, Czechoslovakia. An advertisement on the cabinet card states “Photographe de la Cour D’Autriche” which translated means “Photographer of the Court of Austria”. 17 more words


Last day in Prague 29 November

So we had the morning before we had to leave Prague!

Just move, the Christmas market opened so we could go! But first we stopped by the farmer’s market near xav’s place! 140 more words

Kutna hora - 28 November

So hana and I decided to go out of Prague  for one day!

After much discussion, we decided to head to kutna hora as it is only an hour away from Prague so it wasn’t too far! 211 more words

Operation Velveta 1 -- Part 6

Part 6  –  The Operation gets disordered and pressed for time.

The plan for the 2 “Norsemen” transport operation was as follows: Every day both planes will depart from opposite ends: When one will take-off from Kunivice with a full load the other will take-off from Niksic’ empty. 1,064 more words


Prague day 2 - 27 November

So day 2 we walked around mustek area first, before heading for traditional czech meal!

We randomly walked into a pub restaurant hockeyka, I had the fried cheese while Hana had the beef goulash with the bread dumplings. 113 more words

mono colour and strong 2 / 単色で強い切手 その2

25 May 1963, Czechoslovakia
60th Anniversary of Moravian Teachers Singing Club
designer: K. Šolínský / engraver: L. Jilka

This stamp will make an envelope cheerful and its strength is based on the spontaneous lines, together with hand written letters, I guess.  10 more words