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Jewish Museum of Prague

Jewish Museum Of Prague: Best Tips For Visiting In 2024

The Jewish Museum of Prague (in Czech, Židovské Muzeum) is a group of religious temples and other places of cultural interest located in the Old Town, one of the historic districts of the city of Prague – more specifically in Josefov, the Jewish quarter of the Czech capital! Scattered across five adjacent streets, the exhibits at the Jewish Museum of Prague can be visited in five synagogues – Pinkas Synagogue, Klausen Synagogue, Old-New Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, and Spanish Synagogue – as well as the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Ceremonial Hall!

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Mucha Museum

Mucha Museum: Best Tips For Visiting In 2024

The Mucha Museum (in Czech, Muchovo Muzeum) is an art museum located in Nové Město, one of the historic districts of the city of Prague. In fact, the museum itself is housed in the Kaunicky Palace, a baroque building from the 18th century! Inaugurated on February 13th, 1998, the Mucha Museum is the only museum in the world entirely dedicated to the life and work of the Czech artist Alphonse Mucha (or Alfons Maria Mucha), one of the main exponents of the Art Nouveau style!

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Trade Fair Palace

Trade Fair Palace: Best Tips For Visiting In 2024

The Trade Fair Palace (in Czech, Veletržní Palác) is an art museum located in Holešovice, one of Prague’s most eclectic neighborhoods. Housing the modern art collection of the Prague National Gallery (in Czech, Národní Galerie Praha), it’s the largest building in this centuries-old institution of Central Europe! At the Trade Fair Palace, you can admire the work of important Czech artists, as well as masterpieces by the most prestigious painters of the modern world, such as André Derain, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Édouard Manet, Pablo Picasso, Henri Rousseau, Claude Monet, and Gustav Klimt!

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