The mayor of Prague 3, Vladislavova Hujová, has suggested that the masterpiece of Alfons Mucha, the Slav Epic, be exhibited at a specially constructed pavilion on Vitkov hill in the district. She suggested the location would be suitable for such an historic series of paintings. Hujová’s suggestion comes after the central Prague 1 district suggested that the paintings be displayed in the future in its locality at the end of Revoluční street. The world famous artist donated the series of painting to Prague in 1928 but no permanent home for them has been built in the capital.
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