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Praha 1 - Hradčanské nám. 2, 118 00 Permanent Exhibition: Baroque Art in Bohemia Opened on March 28, 2008, the new permanent exhibition of Czech Baroque art in the Schwarzenberg Palace on Hradčany Square will supplement the unique selection of exhibitions of art collections dating from different periods staged in the area of Prague Castle.
Prague 1 - Strahovské nádvoří 1/132 The Royal Canon of the Premonstratensians at Strahov Original historic library halls (on baroque and classicist style) built in the 17th and 18th centuries. Original movables are part of the exhibition.
Praha 2,Jungmannovo nám. Franciscan garden is a lovely park area, rather hidden between Jungmann and Wenceslas Square. By entering this peaceful spot you just leave behind all the noise and rush of the busiest streets. Surrounded by the abundance of verdure and colorful flower patches it is very tempting just to sit down on one of the plenty of benches and relax.
Praha 1,Karmelitská St. An early baroque building from the year 1611,rebuilt by the Carmelite Order. The church is world-famous thanks to the Prague Bambino - Infant Jesus wax figure.Legends attribute to the statue of Baby Jesus many miracles hence the early Baroque church became the place of pilgrimage for Catholics from the whole world.
Praha 1, Václavské nám.68 The National Museum is the largest museum in the Czech Republic. As the central state museum with collecting, scientific, educational and methodological functions it seeks to enhance the sense of national identity and awareness of being part of the whole The beautiful neo-Renaissance building dominetes upper part of Wenceslas Square.
Prague 1 - Ostrovní 1 The National Theatre is the Czech Republic’s representative stage. It is one of the symbols of Czech national identity and a part of the European cultural arena.
Prague 2 - Resslova 9 The National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror A Place of Reconciliation in The Orthodox Cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius Prague. The scene of the last combat and fight of parachutists belonging to the Czechoslovak Army in 27.5. 1942 – 18.6.1942.
Mahlerova sady, Praha 3 A TV transmitter (258 m above sea level) with a great lookout terrace and a restaurant.From the height of 93 m it is possible to view the capital Prague and the major part of Bohemia. On a clear day you can see as far as 100 km. The mountain of Říp is also very well visible. Enjoy this fascinating view!
Prague 2 - V Pevnosti 159/5b, 128 00 National Cultural Monument National monument, place of myth and legend, and seat of the first King of Bohemia at the end of the 11th century; a symbol of Czech statehood.
Many important historical events have happened on this place built by Charles IV in 1348 with a monumental bronze statue of the Duke of the Czech lands. The biggest square with many possibilities of shopping and entertainment.