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Smetanovy Sady - Socha Františka Polívky - Olomouc
Czech Republic

František Polívka (* 1. srpna 1860 v Bříze (část obce Všestary) - 2. července 1923 v Olomouci) byl středoškolský profesor, první ředitel České reálky (1902) v Olomouci a botanik.

Jeho socha z diabasu Julia Pelikána byla odhalena v roce 1933, nachází se na žulovém podstavci v Olomouci ve Smetanových sadech.

Jeho manželkou se stala Filomena Polívková (20. listopadu 1863 - 17. listopadu 1925).

http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franti%C5%A1ek_Pol%C3%ADvka

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