An exhibition about the Roma in Czechoslovakia has opened in the New Town Hall in Prague. Sections of it examine the life of the Romani minority during the First Republic, the Nazi occupation, under the communist regime, and after Velvet Revolution of 1989.
The travelling exhibition will be on display in Prague until November 10th, after which it will be shown in other big Czech and Slovak cities.
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