La Casa Stefan Zweig est une association d'utilité publique et de droit privée, fondée en 2006 par un groupe de particuliers. Le but des fondateurs était la création d'un musée consacré à l'écrivain Stefan Zweig dans son dernier domicile à Petrópolis (Brésil).

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  • La Casa Stefan Zweig est une association d'utilité publique et de droit privée, fondée en 2006 par un groupe de particuliers. Le but des fondateurs était la création d'un musée consacré à l'écrivain Stefan Zweig dans son dernier domicile à Petrópolis (Brésil).
  • A Casa Stefan Zweig é um edifício em Petrópolis, última moradia de Stefan Zweig.Em 2006, foi transformada, por um grupo de amigos e admiradores do autor austríaco, em entidade cultural de direito privado, com o objetivo de criar naquele local um museu em sua memória. A casa onde o escritor Stefan Zweig e sua segunda mulher, Lotte, moraram durante cinco meses até consumarem o seu pacto de morte, em fevereiro de 1942, e na qual Zweig completou sua autobiografia O mundo que eu vi, escreveu o conto Uma partida de xadrez, retocou algumas obras inacabadas como Clarissa, além de esboçar o Montaigne, foi comprada pela sociedade Casa Stefan Zweig e foi contratado o arquiteto Miguel Pinto Guimarães para transformá-la num museu com o nome de Museu Casa Stefan Zweig.O projeto do museu inclui também um "Memorial do Exílio", destinado a divulgar as obras de outros artistas, intelectuais e cientistas que, como Zweig, se refugiaram no Brasil durante no período 1933-1945 e que contribuíram para a cultura, as artes e a ciência do país.O primeiro presidente da sociedade Casa Stefan Zweig é o jornalista brasileiro Alberto Dines. Por seu trabalho ele recebeu o Austrian Holocaust Memorial Award (AHMA) em 2006.Desde fevereiro do ano 2008 um austríaco presta o Serviço Austríaco da Memória do Holocausto na Casa Stefan Zweig.
  • The Casa Stefan Zweig is legally regarded as a private charitable organisation, which was founded in 2006 by a group of interested private donors, to establish a museum, that is dedicated to the author, in the last residence of Stefan Zweig and his wife in Petrópolis (Brazil).The house, in which Stefan Zweig and his second wife Lotte resided for 5 months until their joint suicide on February 1942 and where the author had revised his autobiography Die Welt von Gestern and drafted Schachnovelle and his essays about Montaigne, was bought by the association “Casa Stefan Zweig” and the architect Miguel Pinto Guimaraes was commissioned with the renovation and the redesign of the house into a museum.The museum, that is dedicated to the author, ought to be a memorial for artists, scholars, scientists and other Europeans, who had fled to Brazil, like Stefan Zweig during the National Socialism and who had contributed to the culture, art and science there.[citation needed]The museum will accommodate a library as well as a conference hall.Beside exhibitions, conferences, competitions, theater and cinema performances, readings and concerts, also cooperations with partner organisations like the Internationale Stefan Zweig Gesellschaft, are planned.Scientists as well as the general public should have the opportunity, to retrieve online information about Zweig, his work and his literature written in exile. They should furthermore have the opportunity to contribute their own ideas.For this purpose, a bilingual web page will be created by the Casa Stefan Zweig, which will be updated constantly.The First president of the association Casa Stefan Zweig is the Brazilian journalist and Stefan Zweig biographer, Alberto Dines.He was honored for his work and was awarded the Austrian Holocaust Memorial Award (AHMA) which was founded/established by the Austrian Service Abroad in 2006.Since February 2008 the first Austrian Holocaust Memorial Servant has served within the framework of the Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service at the association Casa Stefan Zweig.
  • Die Casa Stefan Zweig ist im Besitz eines privatrechtlichen, gemeinnützigen Vereins, der 2006 von einer Gruppe interessierter Privatleute gegründet wurde, um im letzten Wohnhaus von Stefan Zweig und seiner Frau in Petrópolis (Brasilien) ein Museum zu errichten, das dem Schriftsteller gewidmet ist. Seit 2012 ist das Museum für Besucher geöffnet,
  • La Casa Stefan Zweig es una edificación en Petrópolis (Brasil), la que funcionó como última residencia de Stefan Zweig durante su exilio. La casa fue comprada por la sociedad Casa Stefan Zweig, para dentro de ella inaugurar un museo dedicado a este escritor. Sin embargo esta casa representa un lugar conmemorativo para todos aquellos artistas, intelectuales y científicos que huyeron durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial a Brasil.Este sitio conmemorativo contiene una biblioteca con todas las obras de y sobre Stefan Zweig, así como una videoteca, fototeca y una pequeña sala de conferencias. Ya desde la inauguración del museo se intenta crear un centro cultural digno a la exigencia. La instalación de dos containeres en la propiedad apoya esta exigencia. Estos containeres se utilizan para exposiciones, lecturas, discusiones, presentaciones, proyectos cinematográficos y entrevistas sobre el régimen del nacionalsocialismo.El presidente de la sociedad Casa Stefan Zweig es el periodista brasilero y biógrafo de Stefan Zweig, Alberto Dines. Su trabajo fue reconocido por el Servicio Austriaco en el Extranjero quien le otorgó en el año 2006 el premio Austrian Holocaust Memorial Award (AHMA).El Servicio Austriaco de la Memoria, quien trabaja en el contexto del Servicio Austriaco en el Extranjero enviando voluntarios a diferentes instituciones conmemorativas al holocausto, apoyará el proyecto del museo enviando en el año 2008 su primer servidor a la memoria a Brasil.
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  • La Casa Stefan Zweig est une association d'utilité publique et de droit privée, fondée en 2006 par un groupe de particuliers. Le but des fondateurs était la création d'un musée consacré à l'écrivain Stefan Zweig dans son dernier domicile à Petrópolis (Brésil).
  • Die Casa Stefan Zweig ist im Besitz eines privatrechtlichen, gemeinnützigen Vereins, der 2006 von einer Gruppe interessierter Privatleute gegründet wurde, um im letzten Wohnhaus von Stefan Zweig und seiner Frau in Petrópolis (Brasilien) ein Museum zu errichten, das dem Schriftsteller gewidmet ist. Seit 2012 ist das Museum für Besucher geöffnet,
  • La Casa Stefan Zweig es una edificación en Petrópolis (Brasil), la que funcionó como última residencia de Stefan Zweig durante su exilio. La casa fue comprada por la sociedad Casa Stefan Zweig, para dentro de ella inaugurar un museo dedicado a este escritor.
  • A Casa Stefan Zweig é um edifício em Petrópolis, última moradia de Stefan Zweig.Em 2006, foi transformada, por um grupo de amigos e admiradores do autor austríaco, em entidade cultural de direito privado, com o objetivo de criar naquele local um museu em sua memória.
  • The Casa Stefan Zweig is legally regarded as a private charitable organisation, which was founded in 2006 by a group of interested private donors, to establish a museum, that is dedicated to the author, in the last residence of Stefan Zweig and his wife in Petrópolis (Brazil).The house, in which Stefan Zweig and his second wife Lotte resided for 5 months until their joint suicide on February 1942 and where the author had revised his autobiography Die Welt von Gestern and drafted Schachnovelle and his essays about Montaigne, was bought by the association “Casa Stefan Zweig” and the architect Miguel Pinto Guimaraes was commissioned with the renovation and the redesign of the house into a museum.The museum, that is dedicated to the author, ought to be a memorial for artists, scholars, scientists and other Europeans, who had fled to Brazil, like Stefan Zweig during the National Socialism and who had contributed to the culture, art and science there.[citation needed]The museum will accommodate a library as well as a conference hall.Beside exhibitions, conferences, competitions, theater and cinema performances, readings and concerts, also cooperations with partner organisations like the Internationale Stefan Zweig Gesellschaft, are planned.Scientists as well as the general public should have the opportunity, to retrieve online information about Zweig, his work and his literature written in exile.
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