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Take the metro to Zelivskeho on the green line and follow the signs to the New Jewish Cemetery.
Take the metro to Zelivskeho on the green line and follow the signs to the New Jewish Cemetery. Kafka's grave is signposted around 100m along the path to your right from the entrance. Men should cover their heads. The cemetery is closed on Saturdays.
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Modern shopping mall with IMAX cinema
Famously built by the communists in order to jam foreign radio signals, the most hideous building in Prague offers spectacular views of the city
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