Opening of the exhibition "Queen Dagmar, Princess of Bohemia" on the island of Møn
09.01.2013 / 14:47
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The Danish version of the travelling exhibition "Queen Dagmar, Princess of Bohemia" was opened on 8 January 2013 at the Møn Library in Stege.
The Møn Library in Stege
The interior of the Møn Library
Birthe Helth, chairwoman of the Committee on Culture, Sport and Leisure Time, and Czech Ambassador Zdeněk Lyčka launched the exhibition with their opening speeches. The head of the library, Michael Gottfredsen, also attended the opening together with approximately 30 guests.
The head of the library M. Gottfredsen (on the right) and the Czech Ambassador Z. Lyčka
The Vordinborg Municipality´s representative B. Helth
The exhibition Queen Dagmar, Princess of Bohemia travels around Denmark to commemorate the 800th anniversary of a historical person who embodied a direct personal connection between Denmark and the Czech Republic. The exhibition was first presented in May 2012 in Ribe (where the Queen lived and died) during the festival Dagmar800. Another host of this exhibition became Ringsted where Dagmar is buried. After the third stop, this time in Copenhagen, the exhibition travelled to the Roskilde Library. In December people could see it in the regional museum Stitftsmuseet Maribo. In February it will continue from Møn to Aarhus.
The guests at the exhibition opening
The Czech version of the exhibition which was created due to the Czech Ambassador’s initiative and support by the Nordic Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic was held 27 September – 30 October 2012 at the National Library in Prague. The exhibition was ceremonially opened on 8 November 2012 in Kutná Hora, the Czech twin town of Ringsted. Next time it will be shown at the Moravian Museum in Brno (January-February 2013), at the Regional Museum in Olomouc, in Hradec Králové, Zlín, Štramberk, Velké Pavlovice and other cities in the Czech Republic.