P.O. Hviezdoslav - Cottage of Hviezdoslav

Region: Region Žilina (Žilinský kraj)
District: Námestovo
City / Municipality: Oravská polhora
Tourist location:Orava
Mountains: Orava Beskids (Oravské Beskydy)
Latitude:49° 31' 18.20352" / 49.5217232
Longitude:19° 26' 46.054680000216" / 19.44612630000006
Included in categories: Museums
Cottage of  Hviezdoslav Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav (2.2.1849 - 8.11.1921) was a Slovak poet, dramatist, translator, and for a short time, member of the Czechoslovak parliament. First, he wrote in a traditional style, but later became influenced by parnassism and modernism. A literary exhibition installed in a woodcutter's cottage under Babia Hora mountain. It is the first truly literary museum in Slovakia, dedicated to the poet's work. The exposition on the one hand imagines the environment from which the poet drew inspiration, and on the other hand presents his work from its inception, with first printed editions of all his output and reflections on other art forms - theatre, film and visual art. The exhibition is divided into four parts. The first is the living and working environment of a woodcutter's family. The designers have attempted to re-create the atmosphere of life in an Orava woodcutter's hut. The second part shows the time period between the conception and gradual realization of the idea to ... ... Read more

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