Srebrenka Sekulic-Gvozdanovic was Croatian architect, also "First Lady of Croatian Architecture." She was born in Banja Luka and studied at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, where she received her doctorate on the theme of the Fortress Church in Croatia. She was the first assistant professor and professor at the Faculty of Architecture, the first dean (1970-1986), and the professor emeritus, the first woman to have been a science professor at this faculty. Since 2000 was a member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences. As a pioneer of heritage research in continental Croatia was a leading scientist in the field of Croatian architecture history. She won the highest scientific honors, Viktor Kovacic's award for life-time in architecture and life-giving awards by Vladimir Nazor.
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