Czech physical chemist Jaroslav Heyrovský, the first Czech Nobel Prize laureate for chemistry in 1959, depicted in the commemorate medal on display at the Czech-Slovak Exhibition (Česko-slovenská výstava) in the National Museum (Národní muzeum) in Prague, Czech Republic. The medal designed by Czech medal engraver Karel Špánek (1960) is commemorating the 70th birthday of Jaroslav Heyrovský. The exhibition devoted to the centenary of Czechoslovakia runs till 30 June 2019.

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Czech physical chemist Jaroslav Heyrovský, the first Czech Nobel Prize laureate for chemistry in 1959, depicted in the commemorate medal on display at the Czech-Slovak Exhibition (Česko-slovenská výstava) in the National Museum (Národní muzeum) in Prague, Czech Republic. The medal designed by Czech medal engraver Karel Špánek (1960) is commemorating the 70th birthday of Jaroslav Heyrovský. The exhibition devoted to the centenary of Czechoslovakia runs till 30 June 2019.
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