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30. 3. 2017

The Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn with its 80m high twin towers and Tycho Brahe

ikona_disabled22The Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn with its 80m high twin towers, of which the southernmost is noticeable thicker than the other, competes with the tower of the Old Town Hall across the square. » More »

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30. 7. 2015

THE OLD JEWISH CEMETERY is called Beth-chaim

ikona_disabled22The Old Jewish Cemetery, adjacent to the Klaus Synagogue, is called Beth-chaim (The House of Life) by the Jews themselves, and is a place of great significance around the world. It is not known exactly when the cemetery was established, but the oldest gravestone found » More »


28. 7. 2015

Celetná Street is one of the oldest and most important streets in the Old Town

ikona_disabled22Celetná Street is one of the oldest and most important streets in the Old Town. In the 14th century, during the reign of one of the most prominent Czech and European rulers, Emperor Charles IV, the importance of Celetná Street grew when it became part of the so-called Royal Way. » More »

24. 2. 2010


The exposition keeps track of the development of Czech art from the year 1989 up to the present day. » More »


24. 9. 2009

Folly „Hvězda“

As the meaning of the name „Hvězda“ (Star) implies, this folly holds visitors‘ interest by its star-shape. It is placed in a beutiful area of park „Hvězda“. » More »


22. 8. 2009

The Legacy of Josef Hlávka

The year 2008 is the 100th anniversary of the death of Josef Hlávka (1831-1908), the most important patron of Czech science and culture. The exhibition, designed to commemorate this anniversary in the exhibition premises of St George’s Convent at Prague Castle » More »

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8. 8. 2009


ikona_disabled22This square gets its name from the Priory of the Maltese Knights which can be found there. At the northern end of the square stands a statue of St John the Baptist (by Ferdinand Maxmilián Brokoff), the patron saint of the Maltese Knights. » More »


4. 8. 2009

The Charles Bridge is the longest in central Europe

ikona_disabled22Charles Bridge replaced the Judith Bridge which had spanned the Vltava since the late 12th century. The Judith Bridge was the longest in central Europe (514m long) until it was swept away in a flood in 1342. It was Charles IV’s idea to build a new bridge (originally called simply the Stone Bridge). » More »

Meeting Rooms Hotel Praha *****, Prague 6

ikona_disabled22Within the Czech Republic, Hotel Praha is famous for organizing and hosting successful events. Our facilities are suitable for weddings, galas, conferences, media events, seminars, and training sessions. We have hosted two NATO summit meetings, attended by hundreds of official delegates. Our staff includes event planners with many years of experience, and our kitchen can provide snacks or full meals for as many as 1500 guests. Nevertheless, we offer secure on-site parking for up to 130 vehicles. » More »

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Conference in Hotel Alta Plaza ****, Prague 7

ikona_disabled22Guests of the Plaza Alta Hotel benefit from a number of other facilities that are usually only found in the leading international hotels. These include a fitness room that is free to hotel guests, a modern and spacious conference room, free WI-FI Internet throughout the hotel and safe underground parking for 17 cars.The Plaza Alta Hotel offers an excellent range of conference facilities which can accommodate groups of all sizes. » More »

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