The National Technical Museum in Prague on Tuesday opened the last package of frozen archive documents damaged by the flood that hit the city in 2002. Over the past nine years, the museum recovered some 200 cubic metres of photographs, books, newspapers, plans and other documents which cost over 50 million crowns. The recovery process will be documented in an exhibition at the National Technical Museum which opens on August 17.
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