12018-12-07T11:21:36-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfed324452The National Museum in Prague is a Czech museum institution intended to systematically establish, prepare and publicly exhibit natural scientific and historical collections.plain2018-12-07T11:23:11-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfedThe National Museum in Prague was founded on April 15, 1818, with the first president of the Society of the Patriotic Museum being named Count Sternberk, who would serve as the trustee and operator of the museum. Early on, the focus of the museum was on natural sciences, partially because Count Sternberk was a botanist, mineralogist, and eminent phytopaleontologist, but also because of the natural science slant of the times, as perpetrated by Emperor Joseph II of Austria.
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12018-12-07T11:14:33-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfedArchival photo of the announcement of the creation of Czechoslovakia3This photo shows the announcement of the creation of Czechoslovakia to the masses at Vaclavske Namestie in Prague on 28 October 1918media/image-3.jpgplain2018-12-11T15:47:06-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfed
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12018-12-07T11:17:44-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfedImportant locations in the history of CzechoslovakiaJan Hamara1This page will bring together collection of materials talking about or showing the most important locations in the history of Czechoslovakiaplain2018-12-07T11:17:44-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfed