Charles IV. in Brandenburg - 700th anniversary

The exhibition takes us back to the 14th century, when Tangermünde (in the years 1373-1378) was, in addition to Prague and Nuremberg, one of the centers of power in the Holy Roman Empire. Tangermünde was one of the favorite places of Emperor Charles IV. From there he governed the Mark Brandenburg, which he had conquered for the Holy Roman Empire and as an inheritance for his son Wencelas.

Amount of panels: 15 + 1 introductory

Panel size: 75 x 190 cm

Languages available: Czech, German

Author: Eberhard Kemnitz
Interviewer: Sigrid Brückner
Translation: Ing. Karel Šperl
Graphic design: Milena Burgrová

The exhibition is supported by the Czech Ministry of Culture.