On Oct. 28, 1918, a country in Central Europe was born. Prague, the capital city, will be celebrating the 100th anniversary with a legion of concerts, events and exhibitions, including a Czech Philharmonic concert on Oct. 3 highlighting the music of Czech composers and, from March through October, an exhibition at Prague Castle called “Founded 1918,” featuring symbols and art from the first Czechoslovak Republic. This year also happens to be the 50th anniversary of the Prague Spring, which will be commemorated with another National Gallery exhibit in October. David Farley for New York Times.
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