The National Gallery in Prague remains closed to the public. The gallery had to close down all of its buildings on Saturday following a dispute with the security agency guarding the premises. The agency terminated its contract on Friday, claiming that the gallery hasn’t paid for their services. According to the head of the PR and marketing department, Miroslav Krupička, the gallery will try to re-open next week. They will also prolong the validity of the purchased tickets until the end of May.
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