A maestro’s grave is shamefully neglectedmain
This is the grave of Karel Ancerl, artistic director of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra from 1950 to 1968, when he fled the country after the Russian-led invasion.
Ancerl (1908-1973) was brought back for reburial in the exclusive Vysehrad cemetery, near Prague castle. But the headstone on his grave is, as you can see, broken and the surroundings are untended.
Someone needs to raise an outcry.