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Praha 5,Miozartova 1 Villa Bertramka - Muzeum of W.A. Mozart is a villa in Prague where he was a frequent guest. Bertramka is now a museum dedicated to the memory of Mozart and to the former owners and Mozart’s hosts: Mr and Mrs Dušek.
Prague 6 - Břevnov, Markétská 1 St. Adalbert´s and St. Margaret´s Archabbey Tour the prelate's house with theresian hall, romanesque crypt, the basilica of St. Margaret.
Praha 2,Jiráskovo náb.16 The very non-traditional design was controversial at the time. Czech president Václav Havel, who lived for decades next to the site, had supported it, hoping that the building would become a center of cultural activity. On the roof is a French restaurant with beautiful views of the city.
Prague 1 - Cihelná 2, Hergetova cihelna The City of K. Franz Kafka and Prague A new vision of Prague-born writer Franz Kafka, his work and his city This long-term exhibition takes us into the world of Franz Kafka (1883-1924), one of the greatest figures of 20th century world literature.
Prague 6 - Liboc, Wildpark Hvězda Hvězda Summer Pavilion is under the stewardship of the Museum of Czech Literature. A new exhibition dedicated to K. H. Mácha. A model of the Battle at White Mountain in the basement.
Prague 1 - Týnská Street 10 First Czech Museum of Chocolate and Chocolate Paintings
Praha 1, Mariánské nám.2/2 The history of the Klementinum dates from the existence of a chapel dedicated to Saint Clement in the 11th century. A Dominican monastery was founded in the medieval period, which was transformed in 1556 to a Jesuit college. Rebuilt into Baroque and early Classicism style.It is currently in use as the National Library.
Prague 1 - Hradčany, Jiřská 3/1m, 119 08 The palace houses permanent exhibition called The Princely Collections. Visitors can see superb Old Master paintings, musical instrument and manuscripts Concerts of classical music: daily at 1:00 p.m.
Prague 1 - Hradčany, Loretánské náměstí 7 A Marian Place of Pilgrimage The Province of Capuchins. Loreto Treasure - votive gifts of 17th and 18th centuries. Because of its beauty, the Diamond Monstrance is considered to be unique throughout the world.