Havel’s Places

Havel’s Places (by Bořek Šípek)

A great homage to the memory of Václav Havel was the idea to create “Havel’s Place” in the symbolic form of two armchairs and table beneath a linden, the Czech national tree. It is a place where people can sit and reflect and make new contacts, engage in dialogue or listen to the ideas of others.

 

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2013

Washington D.C., Georgetown University, USA (3. 10. 2013)

Dublin, Park adjacent to the St. Patrick Cathedral, Ireland (10. 12. 2013)

2014

Barcelona, Parc de la Ciutadella, Spain (15. 2. 2014)

Prague, Maltese square, Czech Republic (1. 5. 2014)

České Budějovice, South Bohemian University, Czech Republic (11. 6. 2014)

Philadelphia, USA (5. 8. 2014)

Venice, San Servolo, Italy (27. 9. 2014)

Hradec Králové, Municipal Library, Czech Republic (4. 10. 2014)

Plzeň, Šafařík Gardens, Czech Republic (October 2014)

Haag, Lange Voorhout Park, Netherlands (9. 11. 2014)

Oxford, University of Oxford, Great Britain (6. 11. 2014)

Nový Bor, Náměstí Míru, Czech Republic (19. 11. 2014)

2015

Portland, Lewis&Clark College, USA (9. 5. 2015)

Karlovy Vary, park outside the Imperial Spa, Czech Republic (5. 7. 2015)

Tel Aviv, Israel (27. 10. 2015)

Pardubice, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic (13. 11. 2015)

Krásná Lípa, Czech Republic (17. 11. 2015)

2016

Liberec, The Regional Research Library in Liberec, Czech Republic (8. 3. 2016)

Kroměříž, Velké náměstí, Czech Republic (14. 9. 2016)

Černošice, Centrum square, Vráž, Czech Republic (25. 9. 2016)

Ústí nad Labem, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University, Czech Republic (10. 10. 2016)

2017

Horní Počernice, Theatre Horní Počernice, Czech Republic (18. 5. 2017)

Lisboa, Jardim do Príncipe Real, Portugal (22. 6. 2017)

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