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The Famous teachers and graduated students of Gymnazium Pavla Horova in Michalovce
František Hradecký The teacher of mathematics, physics Michal Andrejco 1.A
František Hradecký František Hradecký studied at ”realne gymnazium“ in Jilemnica. František Hradecký studied at ”realne gymnazium“ in Jilemnica. After that he studied mathematics a descriptive geometry at the Faculty of Natural Sciences in Karlovy Vary. After that he studied mathematics a descriptive geometry at the Faculty of Natural Sciences in Karlovy Vary. Since 1930 he worked at Gymnazium of Pavol Horov in Michalovce and after that at a secondary school in the Czech Republic as a teacher. Since 1930 he worked at Gymnazium of Pavol Horov in Michalovce and after that at a secondary school in the Czech Republic as a teacher. In 1953 he left for the Faculty of Mathematics-Physics at Charles University. In 1953 he left for the Faculty of Mathematics-Physics at Charles University. He started to publish books on descriptive mathematics and elementary mathematics. He was a co-operator on many mathematics books. He started to publish books on descriptive mathematics and elementary mathematics. He was a co-operator on many mathematics books.
Mikuláš Kasarda Famous poet Juraj Zausin 1.A
Mikuláš Kasarda He was born on 26 July 1925 in Sucarov He studied philoshophy and Slovak language in Bratislava He was been fomaus writer He attended Gymnazium in Michalovce in 1939–1945 His popular works are Sirokymi ulicami, Kohutí spev, Pre teba And he wrote poetry for children for example Lopta na oblohe
Ján Zambor Famous poet, writer and translator Lukáš Ivanov 1.A
Ján Zambor He was born on 9 December 1947 in Tušická Nová Ves. He studied Slovak and Russian languages at the Faculty of Arts in Prešov. He worked as an editor in Košice and he was an internal science candidate in Prešov. Since 1991 he has been a lecturer at the Department of Slovak literature in Bratislava. From 2003 to 2005 he was the chairman of the Association of Writers.
His popular works are : Plné dni, Kôň na sídlisku, Zelený večer, Neodkladné, Pod jedovatým stromom, Preklad ako umenie, Melancholický žrebec. He was awarted for his collection Neodkladné by the editorship Slovenský spisovateľ. The map of Tušická Nová Ves
PAVOL HOROV Author: Marek Zaujec 2. A
Pavol Horov Slovak poet translator his poems were translated into many languages his poetry is the return to his native country and his mother, the reflection of reasons for living and passing time he expressed a hard protest to war he translated from Polish, Bulgarian, Russian and Persian literature
Biography his real name is Pavol Horovčák he was born 25 th May 1914 in Banovce nad Ondavou education: 1921 – 1926 Basic school in Banovce nad Ondavou and Moravany Moravany 1926 – 1934 Grammar school in Michalovce 1926 – 1934 Grammar school in Michalovce 1934 – 1935 Teacher‘s Academy in Bratislava he died on 29 th September 1975 in Bratislava
The Activity 1939 – 1944 teacher in the town school in Michalovce 1948 – 1951 director of Czechoslovak radio in Košice 1951 – 1952editor in chief of the publishing company called Slovak Writer 1952 – 1954secretary of the Syndicate of Slovak Writers 1954 – 1963 director of publishing company Slovak Writer 1964engaged in literary work
Awards he was awarded: - in 1973 the title National Artist - in 1974 the National Prize - in 1974 the National Prize - in 1964 Bulgarian order of Cyril and Method of 1 st degree
Pavol Horov‘s works POETRY 1940 – Dangerous Underground Water Zradné vody spodné 1942 – Nioba Mother of OursNioba matka naša 1944 – Comeback Návraty 1947 – DefileDefilé 1952 – My NoonMoje poludnie 1954 –The Sun over UsSlnce nad nami 1960 –The High Summer SkyVysoké letné nebe 1960 –The Ballad of a dreamBalada o sne 1964 – Balladic SuiteBaladická suita 1964 – A Woman went thereŠla tade žena 1964 – Zemplin VariationsZemplínske variácie 1966 –The Boats of GenoaKoráby z Janova 1972 – Sinking RiverPonorná rieka 1974 – Eternal FlameVečný plameň
Pavol Horov‘s works Translations 1958 – Accidental AppointmentsNáhodné stretnutia 1976 – Love, Clay, Singing and a Glass of WineLáska, hlina, spev a čaša vína (Omar Chajjám, preložené štvorveršie) Selections 1950 – Poems Básne 1960 – Poetry Poézia 1964 – Nioba Nioba 1964 – The Woman went thereŠla tade žena 1964 – Zemplin VariationsZemplínske variácie 1976 – AssonanceAsonancie 1977 – From the lastZ posledných
Pavol Horov‘s works
Pavol Horov Literary Museum Banovce nad Ondavou the exposition was opened in 1987 it sits in a previous primary school it shows pictures of poet Pavol Horov, his literary achievements and activities in Zemplin region the second thematic aim of the museum is to present Horov's family and their literary activities
The famous teachers and graduated students of Gymnázium Pavla Horova in Michalovce : Jozef Tomko Born on 11 March 1924 in Udavske okres Humenné He is a famous clerical official, sacred writer, cardinal and archbishop in Rome. Belo Polla Born on 12 April 1917 in Humenné Died on 16 August 2000 He was a famous historian, archeologist and archivist.
Andrej Getlík Ján Hvozdík Born in 1916 in Vinné. He was a famous Slovak paediatrician. He was a teacher and a psychologist. Died in 1990.
Juraj Pado Ľudovít Dobozy Born 1922 in Čečehov. He is poet and translator. Born 1920 in Michalovce He was a teacher of mathematics at Gymnázium Pavla Horova. He is artist, portraitist and landscape-painter.
Pavol Plutko Štefan Bubán Born in 1934 in Šamudovce. He was a literary theorist. Born in 1932 in Pavlovce nad Uhom. He was a famous abstract artist.
Štefan Kukura Born on 24 July 1914 in Krompachy. He was the head doctor of surgery department in Michalovce.