If you want to see the very first car that drove on the roads of the former Austria-Hungarian Empire, go and take a look at the Technical Museum in Kopřivnice. It was here, in 1897, that a coach was born that was not drawn by a horse, but by an engine- the automobile Präsident. And at the museum in Kopřivnice, this motor vehicle can be seen.
Along with the car Präsident, there are another sixty vehicles at the museum that are on display, including a detailed description of the purpose for which each served. The museum is also a Hall of Fame dedicated to the Olympic champion Emil Zátopek.