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Alumni Travel Reading 2018-2019: Discover Eastern Europe

The Holocaust

Birkenau. Image by chany crystal. Obtained on flickr with Creative Commons license.

Music Across Borders

Modern Poland

Wieliczka Salt Mines: Krakow

Wieliczka Salt Mines. Image by Bogdan Migulski. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Discover Eastern Europe

Budapest, Capital City of Hungary. Parliament building. Image by Kamil Poremblińskl. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Travel list preparation

Selected and Annotated By:

Kelsey LeClair
Penn Libraries
kleclair @ pobox.upenn.edu

Updated and edited by:
Emily Benenhaley
Administrative Assistant

For more information about this Penn excursion, please visit the Penn Alumni Travel website.

A Little Night Music

Mozart visited Vienna three times as a child and spent the last decade of his life there. In his early years in Vienna, he became an acclaimed concert pianist and wrote masterpieces of opera, symphony, and chamber music. He later obtained permanent employment as a composer with the imperial court.

 

Czech Republic

Judaism in Eastern Europe

Hungary

The Danube

Danube. Image by zolakoma. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

Vienna

Vienna - Austria. Image by Emmanuel DYAN. Obtained on flickr with a Creative Commons license.

From Poland's Past

The Region