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Emmaus Monastery, Prague

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.


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About Emmaus Monastery

 Vyšehradská 49/320, Prague 2, Czech Republic

 +420 224 917 662

 emauzy.cz

Emmaus Monastery and Nearby Sights on Map

Botanical Garden of the Charles University

Botanical garden of the Charles University with valuable outdoor exhibition and a collection of tropical plants in greenhouses

Vysehrad

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Vyšehrad cemetery

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Basilica of St Peter and St Paul

A neo-Gothic church in Vyšehrad fortress

Municipal Hall

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U Medvidku Beer Hall

Traditional Czech microbrewery and beer hall dating back to 1466

Bethlehem Chapel

Medieval religious building where Jan Hus, the reformer used to preach

Prague National Theatre

Clementinum

Historic complex of Baroque buildings, including the Library Hall, Mirror Chapel and Astronomical Tower