Castle and Cathedral In Modern Prague: Longing for the Sacred in a Skeptical Age

Six million people visit Prague Castle each year. Bruce R. Berglund, professor of history at Calvin College, tells the story of how this ancient citadel was transformed after World War I from a neglected, run-down relic into the seat of power for independent Czechoslovakia—and the symbolic center of democratic postwar Europe.

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