Art Nouveau Links

This is a selection of interesting Art Nouveau links that we have come across. If you know other links that you recommend, please send us an email.

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HUNGARY - REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
Secession tourist route offers Szeged, Subotica, Palic and Senta  (Szeged, Subotica, Palic, Senta )
Official Website of the Hungarn and Serbian project "Art Nouveau Route", whose aim is to develop tourist and monument protection cooperation between Szeged, Subotica, Palic and Senta as well as to promote the common cross-border cultural, social and economic relations. Besides a presentation of each city and its Art Nouveau heritage, the Website displays an interactive map presenting each Art Nouveau venue of four cities. In English, Hungarian and Serbian.
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REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
City hall of Subotica (Subotica)
Official Website of the City of Subotica, which explain the history of the city hall which was built from 1908 to 1910 in an Art Nouveau style. In Serbian, Bosnian (Cyrillic and Latin), Croatian and English.
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REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
Subotica Synagogue (Subotica)
The World Monuments Fund has published an exhaustive presentation of the Art Nouveau Synagogue built in 1902 in Subotica, which is in danger and explain how it has included the synagogue on the Watch four times since 1996, to highlight the plight of the building, recognized as one of the most important works of sacred architecture in that style. In English.
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FRANCE
Arums House (Paris)
This illustrated blogpage is dedicated to the Arums House, built in 1904 by the architect Octave Raquin for Monsieur Bouvet, to host a private college, the "Cours des demoiselles Longuet." In French.
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FRANCE
Arums House (Paris)
The Webblog Paseos Art Nouveau dedicates one page to the Arums House, built in 1900 or 1904 according to the publications, by the architect Octave Raquin, representing a repetition of the arums patterns on the whole façade. In French and Spanish.
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FRANCE
le Petit Rétro (Paris)
Official webste of this typical "bistrot" in Paris, opened in 1904, of which the walls and the ceiling are decorated with earthenware tiles, ornamented with typical Art Nouveau floral patterns. In French.
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LATVIA
Riga, European capital of the culture and Art Nouveau center (Riga)
Blogpage dedicated to Riga and its Art Nouveau heritage written by the Professor Leïla-El-Wakil who gave a lecture during the Historical lab 5 in Riga organised by the RANN on 5 September 2014.
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THE NETHERLANDS
Smidswater 26 (Den Haag)
A private house, entirely rebuilt in 1896 by the architect Jacob Lorrie in the Art Nouveau - neogothic style, listed in the Monuments of the city of The Hague. In Dutch.
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