December is coming closer and with all its holidays it’s for many of us a time of gifts. I would like to give a present to all who accompanied my trips through Eastern Europe’s Jewish past and present – either in person or by following my experiences through the Vanished World blog or social media. To me, 2018 was an exceptional year – I published a photo book, visited Hungary for the first time and guided a tour through Ukraine and Moldova in spring. A calendar for 2019 with some of my photos reflecting all these events is now available for free download. You may produce it on your own printer or at an on-line shop of your choice. Enjoy and have a great 2019!
There are two versions of the calendar for download – a German and an English one. Both contain the essential Jewish and Christian holidays (according to the Gregorian calendar).
Creative Commons License
To provide high-resolution images on-line is always accompanied by a copyright problem. The solution is a Creative Commons license. You are free to print the calendar for privat purpose but you are not allowed to reproduce the images for commercial purposes. Who makes changes to the calendar – translations into other languages or adding more holidays for example – has to make it available to others in the same way as I did.
Information on the license is available here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
If you feel confused regarding the license, please contact me!
File type: PDF
Resolution: 300 dpi
Color mode: CMYK
Page size: 600 x 426 mm
Size after trimming: 594 x 420 mm
It is a calendar for 12 months with a cover sheet in A2 size and file features as expected by most print shops. It makes sense to read the data sheets of on-line print shops and to make changes if necessary.
Where To Print?
Copy shops and on-line print shops offer economic procedures in digital printing. A recommendation for Germany and Europe is https://www.wir-machen-druck.de. They print a calendar in A2 for about 10 euros. I am pleased when users share experiences with other print shops in their countries.
Be patient; these are big files and they need time to download! Try again if Dropbox is over capacity.
I wish you a great 2019!
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.