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  1. Josef Niklas - Wikipedia

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    Josef Niklas Josef Niklas (11 March 1817 Volyně – 10 October 1877 Prague) was one of the most important Czech architects in the 19th century. In 1873–1874 he was a rector of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

  2. Josef Niklas – Wikipedie

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    Josef Niklas (11. březen 1817, Volyně – 10. říjen 1877, Praha) byl český architekt a stavitel období historismu, a pedagog.

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  5. Josef Niklas

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    Josef Niklas. Geburtsdatum: 1817 Todesdatum: 1877 Hauptberuf: Architekt Links: Wikipedia (n/a) An architect of Czech revival architecture. He was a student of Karl ...

  6. Spanish Synagogue (Prague) - Wikipedia

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    The architectural plans were designed by Vojtěch Ignác Ullmann and Josef Niklas (an imposing interior decoration). In 1935, a functionalistic building, designed by Karel Pecánek, was added to the synagogue. Till the Second World War it served to the Jewish Community as a hospital.

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    Josef Niklas (11 March 1817 Volyně–10 October 1877 Prague) was one of the most important Czech architects in the 19th century. In 1873–1874 he was a rector of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

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  9. List of Czechs - Wikipedia

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    This is a partial list of famous Czech people. This list includes people born in Czech lands, people of the Czech nationality as well as people having some significant Czech ancestry or association with Czech culture.

  10. VIAF ID: 83841068 ( Personal )

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    Niklas, Josef, 1817-1877 Josef Niklas tschechischer Architekt und Pädagoge ניקלס, יוזף, 1817-1877 VIAF ID: 83841068 ( Personal )