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Map of Austria-Hungary in It is evident that he put great emphasis on this: Countries, cities, towns, villages, mountains, oceans, lakes, rivers, islands, buildings are included. Note that from 14 September , institutions including pubs have been moved to the new 'Institutions' page. The list is sorted according to the order in which the names appear through the novel.
The chapter headlines are from Zenny K. The names are coloured according to their role in the novel, illustrated by these examples: Macedonia was an ancient kingdom with its origin in the northern part of the Greek peninsula. During the reign of Philip II of Macedon and his son Alexander the Great it became an enormous empire, stretching all the way to the river Indus. Macedonia is the first of more than eight hundred geographical reference in the novel, and it appears already in the third sentence!
Links Ancient Macedonia ancientmacedonia. The author knew Prague extremely well, and he refers to nearly places in the city during the novel. The plot also strays into suburbs that in became part of Greater Prague: Prague is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic.
It is located on the river Vltava and the population is about 1. After Prague has been little exposed to warfare and as a result the old city centre is very well preserved. The city can thus offer intact architecture from several eras and is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. Prague was already in the Middle Ages an important city and reached its summit during the reign of Charles IV, who was also Holy Roman emperor.
After Bohemia came under Habsburg rule from onwards, it gradually lost its importance and was by the outbreak of WW1 reduced to being one of several Austrian regional capitals. At the outbreak of WW1 the city was much smaller than today, consisting of the districts I. The population count in was appx. More than 90 per cent were of Czech nationality, the rest predominantly German including Jews.