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Best things to do in Prague

Museum
“Beautiful artwork and sculptures can be seen all over the museum. They even have a gigantic paper model of the entire city and countryside. 3D camera "tour" of Antonín Langweil’s 19th century Prague Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 9.00 – 18.00 ”
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General Entertainment
“A favourite spot for children and adults alike. From the outside, this building resembles a small castle, but inside, instead of a labyrinth with mysterious stone hallways, you’ll find one made of mirrors. First you’ll make your way through the maze to the diorama of the battle of the Praguers against the Swedes at Charles Bridge in 1648 and then through the “hall of laughter” where warped and twisted mirrors will change your appearance in crazy ways.”
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“Feel the attraction of this unbelievably beautiful building, take a picture with monument of Wenceslas on his horse. It's a beautiful view ”
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Museum
“The miniature items are so minute you have a microscope to view each item. Well worth the visit! Opening Hours: daily 9.00 – 17.00”
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Art Gallery
“A huge collection of Czech Modern Art, from the 19th century until today. Downstairs there is a coffee shop with delicious coffee and cake. ”
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Museum
“Lobkowicz Palace The Lobkowicz Palace, the only privately owned building in the Prague Castle complex, is home to the highly acclaimed The Lobkowicz Collections, The Lobkowicz Palace Café, Midday Classic Concert and Museum Shop, as well as numerous elegant venues for private functions. The Museum offers visitors the opportunity to explore the history of Europe through the unique perspective of The Lobkowicz Collections and the Lobkowicz family. Set in 22 beautifully appointed galleries, the Museum displays a selection of some of the finest pieces from The Collections, including many of international significance. Highlights from the Museum include works by masters such as Canaletto, Brueg”
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“Museum not only for fans of Karel Zeman (very popular director in Czech republic). Small, but information and props charged museum. As if you were in a fantasy movie world. We love the whole family here. The museum is in a beautiful location at Charles Bridge.”
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Synagogue
“Maisel Synagogue (Czech: Maiselova synagoga) is one of the historical monuments of the former Prague Jewish Ghetto. It was built at the end of the 16th century which is considered to be the golden age of the ghetto. Since then its appearance has changed several times, its actual style is neo-gothic. Nowadays the synagogue belongs to the Jewish Community of Prague and is administered by the Jewish Museum in Prague as a part of its expositions. The origin and first appearance of the synagogue The construction of the synagogue was initiated by Mordechai Maisel. First, in 1590, this renowned businessman and benefactor of the ghetto gained the building site. One year later he obtained from the ”
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Museum
“Fantastic museum for children- great interactive exhibitions that will keep your children busy for a long time.”
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Museum
“The collection includes about 2,000 objects and is the largest of its kind in the world Chamber pots made for Napoleon Bonaparte, the Titanic, the Lincoln Bedroom at the White House and others”
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“ Museum of Prague ghosts and mysterious stories Open daily: 10.00 am- 10.00 pm ”
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Concert Hall
“Stone Bell House date to the latter half of the 13th century. Gallery- space with significant exhibition projects.”
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“till the beginning of September 2017 there is an exhibiton of one of the best Czech artist Franta Skála”
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“You can visit a long-term exhibition that documents the composer's life pilgrimage and takes care of the trips he has undertaken.”
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