7/4/2014

The Czech National Trust launches in London

The Czech National Trust was officially inaugurated on 18 June 2014 at a formal dinner at the Reform Club in London, attended by HE the Czech Ambassador Mr Michael Zantovsky, representatives of Parliament and the Czech Government, and many distinguished members of the international heritage community, including Sir Simon Jenkins, CEO of the National Trust



The Czech National Trust is modelled on the principles established by the National Trust in the United Kingdom and its aim is to preserve and restore buildings, gardens and landscapes of historical importance in the Czech Republic. 



www.czechnationaltrust.org


source: http://www.mzv.cz/london/en


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