From underground bunkers to “Fire Mountain”: how Prague’s poorest have lived over the centuries

How did the working poor live in Prague during the Austro-Hungarian Empire?
In the days of the democratic First Czechoslovak Republic? Under Communism?
And what about the homeless of today? Two separate yet complementary
exhibitions now at the City of Prague Museum take a novel approach to
presenting the capital’s often forgotten, overlooked or unknown history
of poverty and homelessness.

Published: 
Friday, May 10, 2019