There's a Public Wardrobe in Vaclav Havel Square

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On the Václav Havel square (Narodni Divadlo), appears a public wardrobe. Anyone can bring warm clothes like scarves, hats, gloves, socks and blankets and leave them inside for the homeless who need them.

"A lot of people with old clothes want to give him somewhere, but they do not know where. That is why Dobroskříň is here: people can bring their clothes, and whoever needs it can take it," says Tereza Jurečková, co-founder of the project.

In addition to clothing, people can also leave hygienic items.

The name Dobroskříň ("good wardrobe") was inspired by a similar project in Brno, called Dobrokáva.

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