Riegrovy Sady Park is a quick 10 minute walk (or 2 tram stops on the number 11) up the hill (toward the television tower) ... More
Riegrovy Sady Park is a quick 10 minute walk (or 2 tram stops on the number 11) up the hill (toward the television tower) from Vaclavske Namesti, the National Museum and the main train station. It is the perfect place to watch the sun set behind Prague Castle with a bottle of wine and good company. The park is big enough that you won't hear the sounds of the city once you make your way into its depths. Aside from the spectacular view of the center, this dog-friendly park sports a cafe, restaurant and a beer garden for all your refreshment needs. - Christophor Rick
Located on the Letna parkland overlooking the Vltava River and city center, this structure was erected to replace the Stalin
Monument which at the time was the largest in the world. The Stalin monument was built in the early ...
Drop by here to see the latest offerings from established Czech artists such as Frantisek Skala, Jr. The curator exploits
his connections in the West to show work by people like Brian Eno, who did a collaboration with Jiri ...
Frantisek Bilek was interested in the strongly symbolic element of Czech art. He poured out his spiritual yearnings and reflections
in a series of wood and stone sculptures which are now displayed in the house that he built for ...
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