Prague residents will have the unique opportunity to dine at a gigantic heart-shaped table surrounding the St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle on the evening of Monday, June 12.
The free event will run from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM.
The table will be adorned with white tablecloths and vases filled with wildflowers. Residents are encouraged to bring their own food and dishes. No reservations are necessary.
The initiative was promoted by Ondřej Kobza, a well-known Prague entrepreneur who has undertaken various projects, such as installing outdoor pianos and renovating the Lucerna rooftop.
“We are organizing this event as a symbol of Prague Castle reopening its doors to the public, and as a representation of unity. Everyone is welcome. While people may not always agree with one another, they can still sit together at a communal table – a heart-shaped table, encircling the heart of our nation,” said the organizers.
- No registration is required. Attendees can choose any unoccupied seat. Organisers hope that people will take turns throughout the evening.
- Participants will have to bring food and utensils themselves.
- It would be ideal to bring reusable dishes and glasses in a picnic basket, which can be taken home after the meal.
- Public toilets are available within Prague Castle, although they are not free of charge.
- The table will start welcoming guests around 5:30 PM, and the last visitors must leave the Prague Castle grounds by 10:00 PM.
Additional information about the event can be found here.
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