Our Polish Erasmus+ team prepared a short play about ‘ Charmed Lovers” connected with Malbork castle. Enjoy the beautiful legend and story.
Josef Lada, a famous Czech painter and writer, was born on 17th December 1887 in Hrusice and died on 14th December 1957 in Prague. He is best known as the illustrator of Jaroslav Hašek‘s World War I novel The Good Soldier Švejk. The asteroid 17625 Joseflada has been named after him. He created a series of paintings and drawings depicting traditional Czech occupations, and wrote and illustrated the adventures of Mikeš, a little black cat who could talk. Lada produced nearly 600 cartoons of the Švejk characters, depicting Austria-Hungary officers and civil servants as incompetent, abusive and often drunk. During his life he made about 400 paintings and some 15,000 illustrations! This year it has been 130 years since his birth and 60 years since his death. To commemorate his life and work an exhibition was opened in Havířov so we decided to visit and have a look with our project team members. It was a nice experience as lots of his drawings are connected with Christmas and winter time.
More of his work can be found here.
I would like to share with you an interesting legend about a famous knight:
I would like to share an interesting legend about a raven which can be connected with the one in London, prepared by Ola Czajkowska.
An interesting legend about a raftman made by Aleksandra Czajkowska from Erasmus+ group….legenda o flisaku