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CZECH-REPUBLIC-JEWELS-EXHIBITION

The Crown of Saint Wenceslas of Bohemia is pictured before the opening of the ''Czech Jewels'' exhibition on May 9, 2013, at Prague Castle in the Czech capital. The crown was named after the Duke and Patron Saint Wenceslas I of the Premyslids dynasty of Bohemia. The crown has an unusual design, with vertical fleurs-de-lis standing at the front, back and sides. Made from gold and precious stones for King Charles IV in 1346, it weights 2.475kg. Since 1867 it has been stored in St. Vitus Cathedral of Prague Castle. The jewels have always played an important role as a symbol of Bohemian statehood. The Czech jewels and Crown of Saint Wenceslas are kept in Prague Castle and are displayed to the public only once every five years. AFP PHOTO/MICHAL CIZEK (Photo credit should read MICHAL CIZEK/AFP via Getty Images)
CZECH-REPUBLIC-JEWELS-EXHIBITION
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Attestazione:
MICHAL CIZEK / Stringer
N. Editorial:
168411950
Collezione:
AFP
Data di creazione:
9 maggio 2013
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Fonte:
AFP
Codice a barre:
AFP
Nome oggetto:
DV1470830