A joint Czech-Slovak exhibition marking 100th anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia was launched in Bratislava on Thursday. The event at Bratislava castle was attended by Slovak and Czech Prime Ministers, Petr Pellegrini and Andrej Babiš, and Slovak President Andrej Kiska.
After a stint in Bratislava the show will move to the Czech National Museum in October, which by then will have reopened after major renovations.
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