Cernauti


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, Ger. Czernowitz, Romanian Cernauţi, Rus. Chernovtsy, city (1989 pop. 257,000), capital of Chernivtsi region, SW Ukraine, on the Prut River and in the Carpathian foothills.
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Uma passada de olhos nos poemas do periodo de Cernauti e suficiente para notar que certos leitmotiven e simbolos de origem livresca contrariam o resultado, mesmo que carregados da experiencia pessoal do poeta.
Reflexiuni si Anteproiect de Constantin Berariu, Cernauti: Institutul de Arte Grafice si Editura "Glasul Bucovinei", 1922.
In the architectural remnants of an almost undamaged former Habsburg town they explore how "real life" was for Hirsch's parents in Romanian Cernauti before and during WWII and investigate how the history of the place intertwined with her parents' lives.
The behavior of Berzescu's gendarmes contrasts favorably not only with those of Dragulescu but also with those of Legion Commander Major Constantin Cichendel, in charge of the neighboring Cernauti county.
Paul Celan (Paul Antschel, 1920-1970) was born in Romanian Cernauti, formerly Czernowitz Bukovina, now Chernivtsi Ukraine.
16, 1932, Cernauti, Romania [now Chernivtsi, Ukraine])
He studied at the "Veniamin Costachi" Theological Seminary in Iassy (1902-1910) and the Faculty of Theology in Cernauti (1919-1914), earning a BA in Bucharest in 1915.
In Hotin, Orhei, Chisinau, Cernauti, Suceava, Neamt, Soroca, Roman, Botosani, Lapusna, Falciu, Galati, Tutova and Putna it functioned two "parcalabi." And on Targu Frumos, Harlau, Vaslui, Covurlui and Bacau it was only one in each city.
The Status of this Fund stipulated that the income acquired should be employed in paying the wages of the clergy, in maintaining the churches and monasteries, some carrying a remarkable historical and architectural value, in ensuring the Church's social care mission and in setting up and financing a theological school of a higher level in Cernauti. (12) In almost one century and a half of existence, before the First World War, we can say that the Orthodox Church Fund in Bucovina fully achieved its objectives.
I scanned maps for mysterious Bessarabia, which I adorned with palm trees, then the adjacent Bukovina, of which it was the capital, until I'd pinned it down: Czernowitz, city on the River Bug, Cernauti, city whose name kept changing, Chernivts, city of five languages, Cernauti, city cleansed by Nazis, Soviets, Rumanians, Cernivtsi, like Papa--the irrecoverable past tangled and clotted in the present.
On January 1st, 1939 a declaration of 19 students from the Iron Guard, sentenced at Cernauti, was published in "Romania": they emphasized that they "give up any political action harmful to the state".