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Locality:Czech Republic
Date:9/27/2018
The Reconstructed Astronomical Clock Is Coming Back to the Old Town City Hall
The most popular attraction in Prague is putting back into operation after an extensive reconstruction process. The most popular attraction in Prague, the astronomical clock that has been showing the time and date for centuries along with the position of the Sun, the phases of the Moon,...

The most popular attraction in Prague is putting back into operation after an extensive reconstruction process.

The Reconstructed Astronomical Clock Is Coming Back to the Old Town City Hall The most popular attraction in Prague, the astronomical clock that has been showing the time and date for centuries along with the position of the Sun, the phases of the Moon, astronomical cycles, and Christian holidays, will be put back into operation after an extensive reconstruction process. It will take place on St. Wenceslas Day, the Day of Czech Statehood, on Friday 28 September 2018. For the first time in nearly two years, the retouched statues of the apostles will walk out of their new stained glass windows that evening at 6 pm.  
 
 

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