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Obverse: Portrait of Bedřich Smetana (2 March 1824 – 12 May 1884), Czech composer who pioneered the development of a musical style which became closely identified with his country's aspirations to independent statehood. He is thus widely regarded in his homeland as the father of Czech music.
Reverse: View of the National Theater in Prague.

Author: Max Švabinský, Jan Mráček, Bedřich Fojtášek.
Signatures: Dr. L. Chmela, Dr. Jaroslav Nebesář, Dr. Murtin.
Printed by TP NBČS Praha.

Prague National Theatre
The National Theatre, a neo-Renaissance structure built at the end of the 19th century, is one of Prague's most important buildings since it is seen as a symbol of Czech culture and independence.
The theatre was opened to the public in 1883 with a performance of Libuše by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana.
  The decorations of the National Theatre were created by prominent artists of that period such as František Ženíšek and Alfons Mucha. The beautiful red-gold curtain shows the creation of the National Theatre and was designed by Vojtěch Hynais. In 1883 Antonín Wagner and Josef Václav Myslbek created the statues, representing the Arts, that adorn the attic gable on the western façade. The presidential box (formerly the royal box) is covered in red velvet and was decorated with famous figures from Czech history by Václav Brožík.
  The bronz battle chariot with three horses carrying the goddess of victory (the so-called triga) was designed by Bohuslav Schnirch. It is said that the roof which is the colour of the night sky dotted with starts, symbolises the pinnacle that should be the goal of all artists.
The theatre is set on the Old Town - New Town bank of the River Vltava, one bridge along from Charles Bridge.