Statues - Hither & Thither

Croatia
Zagreb
Grad Zagreb

Ulica Antuna Mihanovića 34

Marija Radić

née Marie Dvořáková; Prague 1874 - Zagreb 1854
Czech-Croatian teacher, librarian, journalist and publisher; was a Czech-Croatian suffragette,journalist and politican; assistant to her husband, the Croatian politician and writer Stjepan Radić
(Wikipedia)
Stjepan Divković
2014

Zagreb /  Marija Radić   Zagreb /  Marija Radić

Description

Steel commemorative plaque with a portrait.
Unveiled on International Woman's Day 8 March 2014 at the occasion of the 140th anniversary of her birth and the 60th anniversary of her death.

Inscription(s)

Zagreb - Marija Radić

u ovoj kući živjela je i umrla

MARIJA RADIĆ

hrvatska političarka, supruga i najbliža
suradnica stjepana radića, prva
predsjednica organizacije žena hrvatske
seljačke stranke "hrvatsko srce", rođena
u pragu kao marie dvořáková.

(portrait)

* 27. viii. 1874. † 17. vi. 1954.

spomen podižu
organizacija žena hss-a "hrvatsko srce"
hrvatsko-češo društvo
grad zagreb
2014.

In this house lived and died

MARIJA RADIĆ

Croatian politician, wife and closest
associate of Stjepan Radić, the first
President of the Croatian women's organization
of the Peasant Party "Croatian Heart"; born
in Prague as Marie Dvořáková.

(portrait)

* 27 August 1874. † 17 June1954.

Memorial erected by
Women's organization HSS "Croatian Heart"
Croatian-Czech association
City of Zagreb
2014

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Location (N 45°48'20" - E 15°58'19")

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