Medieval and Ancient History News
Friday, January 13, 2012
Figures on Prague’s famous astronomical clock removed for 2-month repairs
Four wooden figures on the Czech capital’s famous medieval astronomical clock have been removed for repairs.
Clock keeper Petr Skala said Friday that the figures need a regular fix of paint to prevent humidity damage.
Skala said the clock — installed on Prague’s old-town hall in 1410 — won’t be shut down during the restoration. Legend has it that when the clock stops the capital faces catastrophe.
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