Prague 1 suggested that the paintings be displayed in the future in its locality at the end of Revoluční street. The project is remarkable as it may become a permanent home for ‘The Slav Epic’ collection by Alfons Mucha. However, there is no exact information on the starting dates of the works.

Actually, Revoluční street itself will undergo a reconstruction: the sideways will be widened for pedestrians and framed by added trees. The whole reconstruction of the street can take not less than four years and the expenses can reach a sum of 350 mln CZK.

Recently, also the mayor of Prague 3, Vladislavova Hujová, suggested that the masterpiece of Mucha be exhibited at a specially constructed pavilion on Vitkov hill in the district.

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