Monday, July 26, 2021

Prague wished Farewell to Uncertain Times with servings on Charles Bridge

Prague residents and visitors were invited to an unconventional feast on June 30th. Everyone was welcome to come and dine at a half-kilometer table right on the Charles Bridge.

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Everyone who was sat at the table was able to experience a unique moment when Charles Bridge was not crowded with people. All people united at the table symbolically celebrated the farewell to the past difficult period of the coronavirus crisis.

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❤ The organisers called to the residents to spend a special moment together and become co-creators of a gathering that would be hopefully written into their lives and dearly remembered.

🍽 Organisers prepared a 515 meter long table with white tablecloths with vases and flowers.

🍇🧀🍰🍮🍉🍒 People were asked to bring something that they can share – a cake, canapes, “chlebicky”, drinks and even flowers.

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Due to hygienic reasons, all participants were asked to register for the celebration free of charge online and received a badge on the spot, which was an invitation to the table.

The lines were long but it was worth it!

Everyone was so happy to have major restrictions associated with coronavirus finally lifted.

As of July 1st, masks are not required in Prague and other parts of the Czech Republic with exceptions of the metro, health facilities and gatherings of more than 100 people.

Prague is hopeful that after saying “good bye” to the pandemic, people will be able to go back to their lives in the city so many love and admire!

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