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Author Topic: Harrach 300 Years Exhibition at u(p)m in Prague - May 30 - September 16 2012  (Read 1238 times)

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Offline calcobra

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A new exhibition and accompanying book will launch on Wednesday May 30th, at 6PM:

The From Nuewelt to the Whole World / 300 Years Harrach Glass

I was able to preview the exhibit and book, and I believe those interested in the Harrach Glassworks and their work will find it very worthwhile.

Initially the book will only be available in Czech language, with an English language version slated to be released in a few months.

Cheers,
Brian


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