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This museum is dedicated to the life and works of Alphonse Mucha, a leading artist in the Art Nouveau movement..
This museum is dedicated to the life and works of Alphonse Mucha, a leading artist in the Art Nouveau movement.
Václavské náměstí is a wide boulevard running down from the National Museum and it's crammed with bars, restaurants and casinos
A interesting museum that follows the history of communism in Czech Republic until it's fall with the Velvet Revolution
The Museum of Czech Cubism is in the recently renovated House of the Black Madonna
National Museum (Národní muzeum) is a huge nature and history museum in the upper part of Wenceslas Square
The Old Town Square is the center of Prague's eventful history, dating back to the 12th century when it started out as the central marketplace
The Astronomical Clock located on a side tower of the Old Town Hall (reasonably enough, on Old Town Square) is easy to find - just wait until a few minutes before the hour and look for a large group of tourists standing around waiting for something to happen! It also one of the most popular gathering places in Prague
That striking man standing atop a patina-green metal mountain in the center of Old Town Square is not Jesus, though he resembles him
Medieval religious building where Jan Hus, the reformer used to preach
Traditional Czech microbrewery and beer hall dating back to 1466
The Anezsky klaster is the first Early Gothic building in Prague (founded 1234) - something notable in a city filled with amazingly well-preserved examples of Gothic architecture such as St Vitus, the Charles Bridge and the Powder Tower