A unique exhibition on the life and era of Czech nobleman, politician and army commander Albrecht of Wallenstein is set to open at the site of the Wallenstein Riding School on the grounds of the Czech Senate. The exhibition, marking the 425th anniversary of Wallenstein’s birth, includes never-before publicly viewed pieces from his period. The show, organized by the Military Historical Institute and the National Museum, will be held into 2008.
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