Some gardens in the Czech Republic that are not usually accessible are open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, while some that can normally be entered are running special events. The Palace Gardens beneath Prague Castle are the most important venue on the Weekend of Open Gardens, which is being held for the fourth time. By contrast, many of the Czech Republic’s parks – including 30 in Prague – are still closed to the public in the wake of recent heavy rains and flooding.
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