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20-apr.-2018 14:00 - 4-mei-2018

“The aristocracy of the Czech countries in European diplomacy” exhibition in Brussels

On April 20th, the National Heritage Institute organizes the opening of the “The aristocracy of the Czech countries in European diplomacy” project, as part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.

On this occasion the exhibition “Four visions of European peace” will be inaugurated, presenting four diplomatic missions whose objective was the set up of a lasting peace between the European states (Czech king George of Podebrady’s project of the peaceful organisation of christian states during the years 1462-1464; the Peace of Westphalia; the Vienna Congress and the International Paneuropean Union “Paneuropa” projet, as well as Richard Coudehove-Karlegi’s eponymous book). The converging point of those initiatives lies in the fact that they all arose from the Czech monarchy and aristocracy, whose residences and furniture are managed by the National Heritage Institute.

This project, as a part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, is under the patronage of Martin Stropnický, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Czech foreign affairs, and Ilja Šmíd, Minister of Culture.

When: April 20th from 2 P.M.

Where: Halles Saint-Géry, Place Saint Géry 1, Brussels.

Free entry.

Exhibitions and cultural events of the project “The aristocracy of the Czech countries in European diplomacy” are hosted by the National Heritage Institute within 40 Czech castles:

https://www.npu.cz/cs/npu-a-pamatkova-pece/npu-jako-instituce/cinnosti/hlavni-temata-sezony/31884-slechta-ceskych-zemi-v-evropske-diplomacii

The project is sponsored by the Monuments and Sites Directorate of the Brussels-Capital Region and the Halles Saint-Géry – Agora Bruxelloise.

 

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Van: 20-apr.-2018 14:00
T/m: 4-mei-2018

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