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Zagreb/Agram als zeremonieller Raum 1895: Kaiser Franz Joseph und dynastische Repräsentation


Šimetin Šegvić, Filip
Zagreb/Agram als zeremonieller Raum 1895: Kaiser Franz Joseph und dynastische Repräsentation // Die Repräsentation der Habsburg-Lothringischen Dynastie in Musik, visuellen Medien und Architektur, ca. 1618- 1918/Representing the Habsburg -Lorraine Dynasty in Music, Visual Media and Architecture, ca. 1618-1918 / Telesko, Werner (ur.).
Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2017. str. 367-390


Naslov
Zagreb/Agram als zeremonieller Raum 1895: Kaiser Franz Joseph und dynastische Repräsentation
(Zagreb/Agram as Ceremonial Space 1895: Emperor Francis Joseph and Dynastic Representation)

Autori
Šimetin Šegvić, Filip

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, ostalo

Knjiga
Die Repräsentation der Habsburg-Lothringischen Dynastie in Musik, visuellen Medien und Architektur, ca. 1618- 1918/Representing the Habsburg -Lorraine Dynasty in Music, Visual Media and Architecture, ca. 1618-1918

Urednik/ci
Telesko, Werner

Izdavač
Böhlau Verlag

Grad
Wien

Godina
2017

Raspon stranica
367-390

ISBN
978-3-205-20507-4

Ključne riječi
Kaiser Franz Joseph, Agram, 1895, Kulturfest, Architektur, Kroatien, Habsburgerreich
(Emperor Francis Joseph, Zagreb, 1895, Cultural celebration, Architecture, Croatia, Habsburg Empire)

Sažetak
In 1895, awaiting the long anticipated royal visit of Emperor Francis Joseph I, the city of Zagreb was transformed into a giant ceremonial space marked by architecture as well as festive and patriotic decorations, evoking different political and cultural symbolisms. Combined with the strict official program of the three- day visit these components not only defined the festivities visually, but also helped organizing space for the masses that came to the city (citizens, visitors from all over Croatia-Slavonia, Dalmatia, Istria, Hungary, etc.) as well as preparing the patriotic mind frame of the jubilant crowds that awaited their Emperor. Yet, different visions of Empire, state and patriotism collided with each other on several official or inofficial levels, turning the celebratory ‘parade of culture’ designed by Banus Károly Khuen-Héderváry with the intention to present the success of his rule in Croatia- Slavonia as well as the stability of the dualist system in general, into a political affair with dire consequences.

Izvorni jezik
Ger

Znanstvena područja
Povijest



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

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Šimetin Šegvić, Filip
Zagreb/Agram als zeremonieller Raum 1895: Kaiser Franz Joseph und dynastische Repräsentation // Die Repräsentation der Habsburg-Lothringischen Dynastie in Musik, visuellen Medien und Architektur, ca. 1618- 1918/Representing the Habsburg -Lorraine Dynasty in Music, Visual Media and Architecture, ca. 1618-1918 / Telesko, Werner (ur.).
Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2017. str. 367-390
Šimetin Šegvić, F. (2017) Zagreb/Agram als zeremonieller Raum 1895: Kaiser Franz Joseph und dynastische Repräsentation. U: Telesko, W. (ur.) Die Repräsentation der Habsburg-Lothringischen Dynastie in Musik, visuellen Medien und Architektur, ca. 1618- 1918/Representing the Habsburg -Lorraine Dynasty in Music, Visual Media and Architecture, ca. 1618-1918. Wien, Böhlau Verlag, str. 367-390.
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