18 August 2000 PRAGUE-Fugner’s hall in the downtown Sokol building is a stunning work of art: a vast, new Renaissance-style room with arches, arcades, a wooden floor, and a paneled ceiling that rises above an imposing painting by Czech master Jan Preisler. Yet unlike the reception areas in the palaces that grace the capital’s nearby […]

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