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Mgr. Ing. Daniela Štěrbová, PhD


  • Coordinator for the German Division
  • Art History, Protection and Conservation of Monuments
  • PhD in Art History, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Art History, Doctoral thesis: "Bohemia in Bavaria: Vault to Vault – a Journey from the South to Bohemia and Back (A Text on the Function of the So-called Dientzenhofer Sketchbook in Architecture Training during the Baroque Period)".
  • Masters Degree in Art History: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Art History, Final thesis: “Tomáš Haffenecker – Sacred Architecture
  • Masters Degree, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Final project: “Reconstruction of  Hartenberg Ruin in West Bohemia“

  • Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität, München, Germany

Study stay as part of Leonhard-Moll scholarship

Specialization: Renaissance and Baroque art, constructional historical research,

protection and conservation of monuments;

  • Work Experience

Department for Reconstruction of Monuments - Chief Project Engineer;

  • Lectures and Publications:

-          Contributions in  “The Corpus of Czech Baroque Architecture“, published by Mojmir Horyna, Charles University in Prague, printed  2011

-          Lecture at a summer Baroque course organized by the Library of  Werner Oechselin in Einsiedeln (CH): “Affinity of the Dynamics Expressed in Czech High Baroque Ornament and Architecture

-          Bern (CH) – Dombaumeistertagung 2008: “Žďár nad Sázavou – Saint John of Nepomuk Chaple (UNESCO), Reconstruction“