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Danube Swabian Museums & Theatres

 

Donauschwäbisches Zentralmuseum - Ulm, Germany
The museum houses a diverse collection of cultural artifacts associated with the Danube Germans. Its state-of-the-art specialist library contains an extensive collection of Danube German literature. Around 200 pictures bear testimony to the artistic work of this ethnic group. A history exhibition room is devoted to the history of their old homeland and to the theme of "Refugees and Deportation". A typical Danube German room with authentic furniture is regarded as the museum's center piece.
 

Adam Müller Guttenbrunn House - (well-known prose-writer of the Swabian ethnic community in the Banat) poet and theatrical director, born 1852 died in Guttenbrunn/Zabrani in the Banat, 1923 in Vienna.

 

Democratic Forum for the Germans of Billed - The Democratic Forum in the homeland community of Billed was formed after the political turn in March of 1990, for the protection of interests of the Germans in Billed.  They have a very nice museum there.

 

Josef Nischbach Center - This center is home accommodates about 40 Banater Swabian elderly people.  In America we would call this a nursing home.  The residents enjoyed us touring about, so I took a few photos to remember them. (Ingolstadt, Germany)

 
Nikolaus Lenau Memorial House - Lenauheim / Csatâd west of Timisoara, Romania

Nikolaus Lenau Memorial House Website
Text in Romanian, but the images are worth the visit!
 

 
Das Haus der Donauschwaben in Bayern (Donauschwaben Museum in Bayern)
www.donauschwaben-bayern.de
   

Donauschwäbisches Museum / Haus der Donauschwaben
Goldmühlestr. 30, 71065 Sindelfingen
www.haus-donauschwaben.de/wordpress/
Henriette Mojem Tel. (0 70 31) 87 69 80
e-mail: Haus-Donauschwaben-Sindelfing@t-online.de
Telephone: +49 (0) 7031-7937630 - Fax: +49 (0) 7031-7937640
Opening times: Mo-Fr 9-12 o'clock and 14-17 o'clock
After the city Sindelfingen 1964 had taken over the sponsorship over the homeland association that Danube swabia from former Yugoslavia, 1970 at the gold mountain the “house were furnished to that Danube swabia”. Here visitors find an extensive collection of Danube-Swabian cultural property. In a special modern library the extensive Danube-Swabian bibliography is opened. About 200 pictures document the artistic work of our people. A historical showroom is dedicated to the old homeland and the topic “escape and driving out.” As Schmuckstück the Danube-Swabian room furnished with original furniture can be considered.  In the entrance hall of the house regularly special exhibitions take place. www.sindelfingen.de/publ/museen.do

   
The Banat Village Museum - this ethno museum in the open air, is an open page in the Banat history. Timisoara, Romania    
The Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance
www.memorialsighet.ro/index.php?lang=en
   
German National Theatre in Timisoara Teatrul Național
www.tntimisoara.com  English: http://en.tntimisoara.com/v

Deutsche Staatstheater Temeswar (DSTT) (German State Theatre) . . . The German State Stage Timişoara was founded by a decree of the Bucharest Council of Ministers as German section of the State Theatre Timişoara on 1st January 1953. In 1956 the theatre gained administrative independence and was renamed “German State Theatre Timişoara”, the name it bears until today.
www.germantheatre.ro/home.html?no_cache=1&L=0
Box Office: ba Iulia 2, 300077 Timisoara, Romania
 

   
National Opera House from Timisoara www.ort.ro/ro    

 


[Published at DVHH.org by Jody McKim Pharr]


 

 

 

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