This nearly 80-year-old stadium is built entirely of wood and was the skating center of Prague years ago. The Czech Ice ... More
Štvanice Stadium (Zimní stadión Štvanice)
This nearly 80-year-old stadium is built entirely of wood and was the skating center of Prague years ago. The Czech Ice Hockey Team won several championships here in the 1940s and 50s though the stadium has gone through a severe decline due to poor repairs and floods. Finally, in 2002, the stadium was re-opened to the ice skating public.
Visitors to this palace will see two vaulted chambers with Romanesque columns and other impressive detail in one of the
oldest preserved urban residential areas in town. Now underground, these chambers were originally near street level. In another wing ...
Centre de Cultura Contemporania in Barcelona (CCCB) brought this creative exhibit to life. Having penned The Trial, Metamorphosis, and The
Castle, Franz Kafka (1883 1924) is the apostle of the literature of paranoia. While Kafka never specifies the exact ...
One of the city's most familiar sights, this massive Neo Renaissance construction overlooks the town from the top end of
Wenceslas Square. Soviet troops fired on the museum as they occupied Prague in August 1968. The interior is fairly ...
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