On the 28th of October, it will be exactly 100 years since the establishment of Czechoslovakia and thus founding of modern and democratic Czech and Slovak statehood. Some celebrations have already taken place earlier this year, but in October one will have the pleasure of raising a glass with people from across Europe at the opening of an engaging exhibition about the Czech and Slovak century in the most prestigious premises of the European Commission.
Those who want to shape the future of our continent should well understand and honour our common history. Among other European countries, the Czech and Slovak Republics celebrate 100thyear anniversary of their establishment in 1918 as democratic states. It is a great honour to present an exhibition commemorating the events leading towards this geopolitical change in the Central Europe and what followed after in the wider European context. The exhibition is interesting, engaging and fun but with seriousness and factual accuracy using both traditional displaying techniques and new technologies. The exhibition also includes a collection of students’ posters on the topic of the anniversary.
The exhibition takes place under the patronage of Commissioner Věra Jourová and Vice-President of the European Commission Maroš Šefčovič, and is co-organized by the Slovak Representation to the EU.
19 – 24/10 (both panels and multimedia part) – piazza of Berlaymont
25/10 – 8/11 (panels) – Berlaymont Hall 1
Registrations for the opening on 18 October necessary before 8 October.