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Ing. Miloš Morávek (1932) - Biography


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We will take the chimney down so that you don't attempt to produce any more bricks here

Miloš Morávek was born in June 1932 in Svobodné Dvory, on the outskirts of Hradec Králové where his family owned a farmhouse since the 17th century. A part of the homestead was a renowned brick factory, hand making quality products. Up to this day, there are a number of buildings in the vicinity, which were built using those bricks. In 1899, a skeleton of a mammoth was uncovered directly on the premises of the brick factory, being deposited in the Museum of Eastern Bohemia. After the communist takeover in February 1948, the farm was nationalized, the brick factory torn down and the whole family expelled. In difficult circumstances, Miloš still managed to obtain university education. He graduated from a faculty of civil engineering and worked in Stavoprojekt for many years. He is the author of a renowned landmark in Hradec Králové, the so-called lollipops.

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