Meet the Unlikely Man Behind Prague's Communism Museum

U.S. entrepreneur Glenn Spicker opened the museum in 2000 to help tourists understand a bit of the Czech Republic's history.
2:14 | 11/20/14

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Prague streets that news signs of its full year is it coming its rules. There isn't one place like communism is well on a life and that's that communism museum in pride. It's between the McDonald's and the casino analyst on and buying American. Connect spike as announcer for north humidity at 25 is again. But why did he open it communism museum. A lot of of foreigners and tourists who didn't have to get that experience that I had. Being welcomed him to checks homes and told about their history. People are dismissing that and I thought the museum would be a great way to show them. They museum opened in 2000. And everything he it was connected by men. Certain people scoffed at first. You know let me see this older quote a lot of older people really wanted to come and see it felt really happy with here they also. I was very funny a lot of and if that like. Colleges and an American came up this idea only an American you know for our partner only a foreigner could come up an idea like this would never think this. This is called a plum these are all over. These are all over the country. About five year plan production. Well that is visiting it's a surprising tool in the pages of history. We were weird things happening. From news. I see a different side of in its history. It's not just the beautiful buildings and gorgeous shot ups every American should. See this. Because it went on win. We were over in the United States we didn't see. What you went. This is a subject that checks even today would rather not touch I think for the most part and would rather. That would rather than it. Against it but if you but to really get into it put their faith museums and they wouldn't do that. In Prague between their last eight.

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