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Founded for a Slavonic Benedictine order in 1347, the original construction was almost destroyed in World War II and has since been restored..
Founded for a Slavonic Benedictine order in 1347, the original construction was almost destroyed in World War II and has since been restored.
Vyšehradská 49/320, Prague 2, Czech Republic
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Botanical garden of the Charles University with valuable outdoor exhibition and a collection of tropical plants in greenhouses
The Rasin Building is the work of the twentieth century architect Frank Gehry, and is said to be shaped like a man and a woman dancing; hence its former name 'Fred and Ginger'
Established in 1869 on the grounds of Vyšehrad Castle, it is the final resting place of many artists like Alphonse Mucha
A neo-Gothic church in Vyšehrad fortress
The Obecní dům was built near the Powder Tower (a storage place for gunpowder and a major trade route entry into the city) on a site called King's Court where once a royal residence stood
Traditional Czech microbrewery and beer hall dating back to 1466
Medieval religious building where Jan Hus, the reformer used to preach
Historic complex of Baroque buildings, including the Library Hall, Mirror Chapel and Astronomical Tower