(From Czech News Agency)
PRAGUE, April 15 (CTK) - Residents of Prague will be able to see historic objects from the Czech lands now in Austrian collections when the exhibit "Prague-Vienna" opens this autumn from October 25 to January 9, the director of the Prague city archive, Vaclav Ledvinka, said at a press conference today.
The exhibit, which bears the subtitle "Two European Capitals in the Course of Centuries," will display historic objects, artwork, and archival documents, such as the Bible owned by King Vaclav IV.
"The Austrian National Library will lend us the greater part of last year's exhibition of the same name. We, however, also have to …