On Wednesday evening, November 17, a flying drone show will take place in the center of Prague.
November 17 is one of the landmark dates in modern Czech history. On October 28, 1918, an independent Czechoslovak state was declared just a few weeks before the end of World War I. On November 17, 1989, the state was, once again, independent – this time, free of Communist rule.
Dozens of drones will rise into the air over the Vltava River to line up in various inscriptions and symbols of the Czech Republic.
The show will start at 18:30. It will be best seen from the Bridge of the Legions (most Legií), along the embankment near the National Theater and the Jiráskův most.
The main organizer is Česká spořitelna bank. In April, it already sponsored a similar show at the same location.