Peter Paul Brang

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Peter Paul Brang

Peter Paul Brang (1852–1925) was a Viennese architect who worked in what are today the Czech Republic and Slovenia, as well as in Bulgaria and Romania.

Some of his works include the City Baths in Liberec (1901–1902)[1] and Ústí nad Labem (1905–1908)[2] in the Czech Republic, the Celje Hall (Celjski dom, Deutsches Haus) in Celje, Slovenia (1905–1906), Dohodno Zdanie in Rousse (1897–1900), the Dimitar Hadzhivasilev State High School of Commerce[3] in Svishtov (1895), the Italian (former Austrian) embassy (1883)[4] and what is today the BNP Paribas headquarters on 2 Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard in Sofia (1885), the Evanghelical Gymnasium Bistritz (Bistriţa) (1896–1908), the Vatra Dornei Casino (1898)[5] and the Administrative Palace in Suceava, Romania (1903–1904).

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  1. ^ Městské informační centrum - Liberec at www.infolbc.cz
  2. ^ aRChauSSig - Peter Paul Brang at aussig.mysteria.cz
  3. ^ Dimitar Hadzhivasilev State High School of Commerce Archived 2012-07-01 at the Wayback Machine at www.dtg-svishtov.com
  4. ^ Embassy of Italy in Sofia at www.ambsofia.esteri.it
  5. ^ Plaiaşu, Ciprian (14 February 2013). "Cazinoul din Vatra Dornei, simbolul oraşului, îngropat de biserică". Adevarul News. Retrieved 11 April 2018.

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