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    Fontes Nissae - Prameny Nisy. Historie, památky, umění XXII, 2021, č. 1
    (2021) kolektiv autorů
    kompletní číslo periodika
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    „Nechť dnešek vybuduje Liberec nový, Liberec lepší!“ Proměny městského urbanismu v druhé polovině 20. století na příkladu Liberce
    Zeman, Jaroslav
    The paper deals with the efforts to regulate Liberec during the second half of the 20th century with an emphasis on the so-called lower center and nec essarily overlapping into older and newer stages. It monitors the extent to which the appearance of the city and opinions on its transformation were shaped by contemporary urban trends, especially structuralism. Therefore, the most important urban competitions associated with Liberec are presented, regulations of the famous SIAL stu dio and the most important buildings built in the monitored period. It helps to complete t he intended, but never finished, new urban skeleton of the city. There is also an outline of the situation and development after 1989, sharply contrasting with the bold visions of the 1960s an d 1970s.
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    Liberec v roce 1654
    Bock, Jiří
    This study identifies in more detail the persons listed in the i nventory of tax list by finding the location of their houses and professions. It outlines the image of Liberec and the period atmosphere with a probe into the everyday life of the city‘s inhabitants and its topographical description. In August 1654, there were 249 residential houses and 18 buildings of a different nature, which sheltered approximately 1 900 inhabitants of 29 different professions. The city expanded to the south and west. The attic house with a half-timbered walls of the first floor was used in the construction of the town until the middle of the 18th century. The inhabitants of Liberec were divided into three categories – 63 burghers, homemakers and tenants. Most of the townspeople and other housekeepers, in addition to crafts, were engaged in agriculture. Craftsmen of various specializations and merchants served to satisfy the needs of the inhabitants. The influence of fashion introduced probably from southern Germany applied in men‘s clothing. Two baths were used for personal hygiene and health care. Import ant meeting places for the male population included 7–9 public taverns and three privileged inns. The life of the inhabitants of Liberec was influenced by the presence of the administrative apparatus of the Liberec estate.