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Dům u Černé Matky Boží

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Art, Attractions, Museums

Renovated and reopened in 2003, this fantastic cubist building and collection of paintings and sculptures strive to present a totally plane-defying...

Ovocný trh 19

Dům U Zlatého prstenu

Art, Attractions, Museums

Now reopened after renovation, this beloved, charismatic former Renaissance manor house is set to feature a three- to five-year show of Jiří Příhoda's...

Týnská 6

Klášter sv. Anežky České

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Art, Attractions, Museums

This intimate and manageable part of the National Gallery, set in the oldest surviving Gothic building in Prague (worth a visit in its own right), houses a...

U milosrdných 17

Schwarzernberský palác

Art, Attractions, Museums

The National Gallery relaunched its permanent display of Bohemian Baroque art in spring 2008 at the sprawling Renaissance-era Schwarzenberg Palace. The...

Hradčanské náměstí 21
Major venue

Šternberský palác

Art, Attractions, Museums

Enlightened aristocrats trying to rouse Prague from provincial stupor founded the Šternberg Gallery in the 1790s. Located just outside the gates of Prague...

Hradčanské náměstí 15

Strahovský klášter

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Art, Attractions, Museums

The Premonstratensian Order (or Norbertines) set up house at this monastery in 1140 and soon after embarked upon their austere programme of silent...

Strahovské nádvoří 1
Major venue

Výstaviště

Art, Attractions

Built from curvaceous expanses of wrought iron and designed to house the Jubilee Exhibition of 1891, Výstaviště played a key role in Prague's art nouveau...

U Výstaviště