An open-air photo exhibition documenting the history of Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic over the past 100 years has just opened in the west Bohemian town of Plzen.
The photographs were taken by ctk news agency reporters and document the daily life of citizens as well as milestone moments in the country’s history. They were selected from an archive containing several million photographs.
The exhibition, marking the centenary of the founding of Czechoslovakia, runs until August 19.
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