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Poznan, Poland in Europe

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The Russian peril approaching Germany, WW1 Featured Poznan Print

The Russian peril approaching Germany, WW1

Nemesis, or the Russian peril approaching Germany, in the early days of the First World War. Above: a view of Konigsberg, the capital of East Prussia (it is now Kaliningrad, conquered by the Soviet Union towards the end of the Second World War). Lower left: General Paul (Pavel Karlovich) von Rennenkampf of the Russian army, leading the invasion of Germany. Lower right: a view of Posen, capital of the Polish province annexed by Prussia in the 18th century (since 1919 Poznan in Poland). Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Banquet of the Monarchs, c.1579 (oil on canvas) Featured Poznan Print

The Banquet of the Monarchs, c.1579 (oil on canvas)

XJL211233 The Banquet of the Monarchs, c.1579 (oil on canvas) by Sanchez Coello, Alonso (c.1531-88); 110x202 cm; Muzeum Narodowe, Poznan, Poland; ( Charles V (1500-58) on right under dais with wife Isabella of Portugal (1503-39); in centre their son Philip II (1527-98) with his fourth wife and niece Anne of Austria (1549-80); on left Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia (1566-1633) (daughter of Philip II and his second wife, Elisabeth de Valois) with husband and cousin Archduke Albert of Austria (1559-1621); the woman seated in foreground with back to viewer is Philip II's 2nd wife Elisabeth de Valois (1545-68); four of the servers are Governors of the Habsburg Netherlands including Don Juan of Austria (1547-78) on right behind Charles V; Alessandro Farnese (1546-92) on left in foreground holding a piece montee with flag of Habsbourg double eagle, Prince Peter Ernst von Mansfeld 1517-1604) (top left standing holding a bowl with red flag) and Duke of Alba (1508-82) between Philip II and Isabella of Portugal; etiquette of the table follows the Burgundian tradition of service; le banquet des monarques;); Spanish, out of copyright

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The Raczynski Library, Poznan, Poland Featured Poznan Print

The Raczynski Library, Poznan, Poland

The Raczynski Library, Poznan, Poland. 1930s (?). Built 1822 - 1828. Founded by the Polish nobleman, Count Edward Raczynski (1786-1845), it was the first public library in the Wielkopolska region. Following damage in WWII it now houses library offices and special collections

© Lebrecht

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