The exhibition ends in the lobby of the fourth floor, where visitors are treated to an incongruous bust of Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I. You don’t actually see Franz Joseph in Prague much. The security guard said that under the monarchy, museums were required to display a bust of the emperor on their fourth floors. This sounds too strange to be true. Photo by Mark Baker.

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