Her Excellency Siri Ellen Sletner, Ambassador of Norway to the Czech Republic, will be paying a visit to the rotunda on the morning of June 25, 2015. Her Excellency will be meeting with the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Prof. Jan Kratochvil, and with the restorers involved in the initial research concerning the discovery of St. Wenceslas Rotunda.
Math-Phys participated in the Prague Museum Night project for the second time by opening some of its spaces normally inaccessible to the public. The total of 2,800 visitors passed through the doors of the Professed House in the Lesser Town between 7PM and 1AM.
For those interested in the discovery of St. Wenceslas Rotunda a brief lecture was held before the closed door leading to the find, and a number of information boards with drawings, photographs, and the history of the rotunda were erected on the walls. However, future visitors will have to wait some more time before they can finally glance at the unique discovery dating back to the 11th century. The rotunda is currently available exclusively to the archaeologists who are getting ready for the fieldwork, and to the restorers working on the plans for its preservation.
We hope that the dream of many history lovers fascinated by this unique Přemyslid monument comes true as they visit the Prague Museum Night next year.