Not as nice as the one in Prague (=which is under reconstruction currently) but still very interesting. Shame is that it is not moving very much every hour but only at noon when the rooster signals its 12:00 and than the clock plays for 7 minutes. It is the only heliocentric astronomical clock in Europe and maybe the only one showing "social realism scenes". In the lower part is a calendar showing birthdays of "important" people from the comunist era such as Stalin and Gottwald (Czechoslovak president). The best is to come at noon as mentioned previously.
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