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Title:

Zasypanie Starej Wisły i powstanie Plant Dietlowskich w Krakowie: początek integracji dzielnic o różnym charakterze wyznaniowo--społecznym?

Subtitle:

Reclaiming the Old Vistula and the construction of “Planty Dietlowskie” in Kraków: the beginning of the integration of quarters of various religious-social character? ; Architektura w mieście, architektura dla miasta : przestrzeń publiczna w miastach ziem polskich w "długim" dziewiętnastym wieku ; Zabór austriacki

Creator:

Kozińska-Witt, Hanna

Role:

Zabłocka-Kos, Agnieszka (1957- ) : Editor ; Łupienko, Aleksander (1980- ) : Editor

Contributor:

Łupienko, Aleksander (1980- ) : Editor ; Zabłocka-Kos, Agnieszka (1957- ) : Editor ; Polska Akademia Nauk. Instytut Historii im. Tadeusza Manteuffla

Publisher:

Instytut Historii PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

2019

Description:

p. 239-256 : ill. (some color) ; 24 cm ; Abstract in English

Subject and Keywords:

cities and towns - Poland - history - 19th c. ; cities and towns - Poland - history - 1900-1945 ; architecture and society - Poland - history - 19th c. ; architecture and society - Poland - history - 1900-1945 ; Planty Dietlowskie ; Dietl, Józef (1804-1878) ; urban parks - Poland - Kraków - history ; city planning - Poland - Kraków - history ; city planning - social aspect - Poland - Kraków ; Vistula River (Poland) - river channels - history ; Jews - Poland - Kazimierz (Kraków) - history - 19th century ; Jews - Poland - Kraków - history ; Kazimierz (Kraków, Poland) - history - 1870-1914

Abstract:

The article presents the development of “Planty Dietlowskie” (named after the professor of Jagiellonian University, Józef Dietl) on the part of the old Vistula River that was reclaimed. The Vistula cut-off formed a natural frontier between the city centre and the Kazimierz district, inhabited by Jews, which had earlier been an independent suburban Jewish town. In the eyes of hygienists and modernizers, the old Vistula presented a significant problem: it was becoming less and less passable, and people on its two banks used it to dispose of waste and sewage.The filling up of this part of the old Vistula was at the top of the list of objectives postulated by the municipal government. The project was implemented with financial support from the National Department, and squares were arranged. As a result, the Christian and Jewish quarters found themselves next to each other. The author questions whether this physical closeness had any impact on the social integration of Kraków’s inhabitants.

Start page:

239

End page:

256

Resource type:

Tekst

Detailed Resource Type:

Chapter

Resource Identifier:

978-83-65880-53-6

Source:

IH PAN, call no. II.14682 ; IH PAN, call no. II.14681 Podr. ; click here to follow the link

Language:

pol

Language of abstract:

eng

Rights:

Creative Commons Attribution BY-ND 4.0 license

Terms of use:

Copyright-protected material. [CC BY-ND 4.0] May be used within the scope specified in Creative Commons Attribution BY-ND 4.0 license, full text available at: ; -

Digitizing institution:

Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Original in:

Library of the Institute of History PAS

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