Houses that Talk. Sketches of Vokiečių Street in the Nineteenth Century Aelita Ambrulevičiūtė

Houses that Talk. Sketches of Vokiečių Street in the Nineteenth Century

Published: 2015

ISBN: 9786098120172

Number of pages: 260

Dimensions: 150 mm x 240 mm

Cover: Paperback/softback

Publisher: VšĮ Aukso žuvys

An inspiring guide in Nineteenth Century Vokiečių Street that reflects its spirit, lifestyle, manner and tradition of that time. Here you will find stories of every house of the Street, their owners and businesses, will know what goods were offered to the citizens, what was advertised and appreciated.


Aelita Ambrulevičiūtė

Aelita Ambrulevičiūtė in 1998 accessed to University of Vilnius, Faculty of History. In 2002 obtained a Bachelor’s degree, in 2004 – Master’s degree, in 2010 – Doctorate. Between 2012–2014 took part in postdoctoral internship. From 2014 she is researcher in University of Vilnius and specialist in historical researches in Jewish Cultural and Information Centre. She is also author of the book „Vilnius Jews merchants 1801–1861 (list)”. A. Ambrulevičiūtė is also an author of the book „Vilnius Jews merchants 1801–1861 (list)" published in 2012. In 2016 Vilnius university publishing house published book "Vilnius merchant`s in XIX century: statue, activities, opportunities".

Publisher

VšĮ Aukso žuvys
Rudausių sodų 1oji g. 12, 10106 Vilnius

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