Footprints of People exhibition in the National Museum soon

After the big success of the ‘Hunters of the Mammoth’ exhibition the National Museum is now preparing a new exhibition that could beat their own success. The new exhibition is called ‘The Footprints of People’ and will be open on 23rd November 2007.

The exhibition will focus not only on human foot as a instrument and object but also metaphorically on footprints and steps of people from the prehistory to present days – on the deepest oceans, on the Moon, also on migration of nations or discovering new continents. It will also present the hard life of people without legs.

The organizers of the exhibition prepare such interesting items as the sport shoes Jan Zelezny was wearing when he set a world record. Visitors will also see the shoes cover from the equipment of Apollo 11 or the piece of a rock on the Moon given the Czechoslavakia by U.S. president Nixon.

These days visitors of the National Museum in Wenceslas Square have a last change to see the exhibition ‘Madagascar, the Lab of Gods’ or ‘The Treasures of Celtic Women’.

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