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Prague 1 - U Sovových mlýnů 503/2, 118 00 Special atmosphere, uniqueness of art collection, spirit of an avant-garde world. The František Kupka exposition - one of the largest and most famous collections of modern art. Modern Central European Art - This unique collection includes hundreds of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and graphics.
Prague 1, Old Town, Křižovnické nám. 1/194 Over 60 instruments in exhibition.
Prague 1 - Strahovské nádvoří 11 A look through the microscope lens enables the unbelievable come true.
Prague 1 - Hradčany, Hradčanské nám. 8/67, Martinic Palace The unique collection of the orchestrions, street organs, gramophones, music boxes and more rarities from 1870 - 1940. Exposition of more than hundred exhibitsis accompanied with demonstration of the instruments.
Prague 1 - Mostecká 18 Museum of Prague legends and ghosts. The museum introduces you a different Prague from what you can see in contemporary streets.
Praha 2, Karlovo nám.1/23 A gothic complex of buildings from the late 14th and early 15th centuries, rebuilt in the renaissance style in the 16th century. It contains a tower with Our Lady Chapel, two gothic halls with ribbed vaults and a renaissance hall. On 30th July, 1419, the scene of the defenestration of the Catholic aldermen by Prague Hussites.
The hill, almost entirely covered with parks, is a favorite recreational area for the inhabitants of Prague. The summit of the hill is linked to Prague's Malá Strana district by the Petřín funicular that first operated in 1891.The observatory nowadays specializes above all in popularization of astronomy The Hunger Wall is a medieval defence wall in Prague. It was built on Petřín Hill during 1360 - 1362 by order of Charles IV.
Enjoy these beautiful Gardens and relax! Northern Gardens*1, Royal Garden*2, Garden on the Terrace of the Riding School*3, Western Gardens*4, Garden on the Bastion*5, Southern Gardens*6, Paradise Garden*7, Garden on the Ramparts*8, Hartig Garden*10
Na Poříčí 52, 180 00 Prague 8 The museum's main building at Florenc houses the permanent exhibition called Historic Prague – History of the Town and Its People from Prehistory to 1784. Langweil's model of Prague of 1826–34 is unique, and obviously the most attractive, exhibit.
Praha 1, Alšovo náb.12 Rudolfinum is a music auditorium in Prague. It is one of the most important neo-renaissance buildings in the city. It is situated at Jan Palach Square on the bank of the river Vltava. For many decades it has been the home-stage of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and one of the main venues for the Prague Spring International Music Festival.