New exhibition about Masaryk in the streets of Prague

Mr. and Ms. Brikcius's exhibition about TGM [photo] Not so many people like to visit quiet galleries, so what about placing the exhibition in the streets of Prague? That was the idea of Zuzana Brikciusova who decided to prepare an exhibition about the first Czechoslovakian president Tomas Garrigue Masaryk (1850 – 1937) on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of his death.

Black-and-white posters informing about the life of this great statesman and philosopher can be seen on columns in the centre of Prague. Small maps of each column inform about the position of other posters. The exhibition was planned for both experts as well as general public.

If you want to see the exhibition from its beginning (that means from the childhood of Masaryk), go to the corner of Havlickova and Na Florenci street – near Masaryk station. Then continue to namesti Republiky, then to Porici and Ovocny trh. The exhibition end in Alsovo nabrezi and Krizovnicka street.

Prague, Hotel Chodska

The family hotel Chodska is located in a quiet street in the centre of Prague.

Chili Hostel

Hostel offers breakfast, free internet access, luggage deposit and free collective safe.


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