Re: [Cz-L] Unknown statue, unknown czernowitzers

From: Benjamin Grilj <>
Date: Sat, 8 Feb 2014 07:44:13 +0100
To: Jerome Schatten <>

Hi all,

correct - this is the Tomaszczuk monument in Volksgarten and this for sure. It was the highest bust in Czernowitz, surrounded by a fence and trees.
It was opened on the Oct. 1897 and destroyed by russian soldiers during WW II.
You can see in the book "Denkmäler von Czernowitz" by Osatschuk, Shevchenko and Zapolovski on p. 16


Am 08.02.2014 um 04:29 schrieb Ezra Heymann <>:

> In the Volksgarten stood a bust-statue called Tomasczuk-Denkmal. It could
> be this. The person represented is probably Tomasczuk, the founding rector
> of the University of Czernowitz around 1860.
> [Ezra Heyman]
> 2014-02-07 22:37 GMT-04:00 Jerome Schatten <>:
>> Czenowitzers...
>> This is your chance to test your identification skills on two of Mimi
>> Taylor's photos:
>> Go to:
>> to give it a whirl.
>> Best,
>> jerome
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