Part of the roof of the Lucerna Palace in central Prague is to be opened to the public from Wednesday for three days. Around 1,000 square metres of terraces at Lucerna will in future be gradually repaired and made accessible on a longer term basis, organisers said. The space will be open from Wednesday to Friday from noon to 18:00 and will feature a market selling produce from the farm of the building’s owner Dagmar Havlová, sister-in-law of the late president Václav Havel. The project has been initiated by café owner and civic activist Ondřej Kobza.
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