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KLEIN MUSEUM

KLEIN MUSEUM Gideon Klein was one of the Jewish Czech composers imprisoned in the Nazi transit camp at Terezm in 1941; he spent nearly three years there and died when …

STOLZ MUSEUM

STOLZ MUSEUM Graz, capital of Styria, honours Robert Stolz (1880-1975) above all other composers. He was still living when a bust was erected in the Stadtpark, in 1972, along the …

ERASMUS BRIDGE MAP

ERASMUS BRIDGE MAP To meet multiple demands, the Erasmus combines three bridgescable-stayed, viaduct, and basculein one. The Erasmus Bridge, Ben van Berkel’s glorious arching portal over the Maas River, operates …

MENDELSSOHN MUSEUM

MENDELSSOHN MUSEUM In the autumn of 1845, Felix Mendelssohn and his family rented a spacious first-floor flat in a newly built block at Konigstrafie 3, now Goldschmidtstrafie 12, just outside …

EADS BRIDGE MAP

EADS BRIDGE MAP Steamboats traveling up and down the mighty Mississippi had brought St. Louis great prosperity. By 1860, however, the city was losing business to Chicago, which was served …