Cultural Day in Mělník


Dělnická Mládež and Junge Nationalisten – Cultural Day in Mělník

The fact that SPEAR is not only a simple name of another website, but over all a life-filled project of European nationalists, was demonstrated by activists from Germany and the Czech Republic. They received support from the Serbian Action. Dělnická Mládež (DM) and Junge Nationalisten (JN), as well as the Serbian Action are active components of the SPEAR. With the Mladí Nacionalisté (MN) also another Czech group that took part, as well as non-party activists.

On March 23, 2019, the Cultural Day of Czech Dělnická Mládež and the German Junge Nationalisten, which has since become a good tradition, took place in Central Bohemia in Mělník. Four dozen Czech and German nationalists first went to the local DSSS and DM offices. From there, the expedition moved to a tour of the Mělník underground, where the widest medieval well in the Czech Republic (4.54 m) is located. Also the regional museum was visited. Then the participants enjoyed the most beautiful sights of Mělník, such as the landmarks of Mělník, the Church of St. Peter and Paul, dating back to the end of the 10th century, originally in the Romanesque style, which was rebuilt in the late Gothic style in the late 15th century and is owned since 1753 by the Lobkowicz family. Under the castle there are extensive wine cellars. All were fascinated by the view from the lookout point to the confluence of the Elbe and the Vltava. Sunny spring weather invited for a walk at the confluence of the Vltava and Elbe rivers. From there the way led over the village of Hořín back to the city.

To mark the 20-year anniversary of the bombing of Yugoslavia by aggressors from the NATO, at the end of the day, a joint publicity action was carried out.

An accompanying joint text was published on March 24, the anniversary of the NATO war crime in Serbian, Czech and German language.


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