The National Museum in Prague is opening its door to the public free of charge on Saturday to mark its 200th anniversary. The historical building of the National museum, situated at the top of the Wenceslas Square, will re-open on October 28 on the occasion of the celebrations marking 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia.
Seven buildings of the National Museum in Prague, including the Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures, the Museum of Music and the museum's depositories in Prague's Horní Počernice and Terezín will be accessible free of charge until Sunday evening.
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