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Basilica of Sts Peter and Paul at Vyšehrad (Bazilika sv. Petra a Pavla na Vyšehradě)
Once an hour, the Vyšehrad district is filled with the sound of bells from the chapter church, which has undergone a number of modifications in the 950 years since it was built. In 1903, its construction was finally completed, giving the church its current neo-Gothic appearance. The interior is richly decorated with Art Nouveau ornamental and figural wall paintings. The church's treasury houses an exhibition of jewellery and rare textiles from the Vyšehrad Chapter.
DOX Centre for Contemporary Art
This multifunctional space for presenting international and Czech art, architecture and design is located in Prague’s Holešovice district, in a renovated complex of industrial buildings from the 19th century. DOX is considered to be a dynamic cultural platform and an arena for confronting varying approaches and trends. In addition to exhibition spaces, you can find a café, a bookstore and a design store in here.
Galerie Villa Pellé
Villa Pellé, located in Prague's Bubeneč district, has been the home of the similarly named company since September 2014. Its program focuses primarily on exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, concerts, theatre performances, and educational and social activities. The villa features a cosy café.
The largest underground space at Vyšehrad was created as part of the 33rd bastion of the Baroque fortifications. The vault, measuring 330 m2 in area and 13 m in height, was originally intended for the gathering of troops, food storage, and use as a munitions store. The space was renovated and made accessible to the public in the 1990s as part of the tour of the casements (walled corridors for troops) and is now home to six of the original statues from the Charles Bridge.
Jerusalem (Jubilee) Synagogue (Jeruzalémská synagoga (Jubilejní)
The newest and largest synagogue of the Jewish community in Prague is an interesting example of Art Nouveau melded with Moorish style. Its interior is richly painted in Art Nouveau style.
Karel Zeman Museum (Muzeum Karla Zemana)
Near the Charles Bridge there is a unique museum. This interactive exhibition presents the life's work of the genius creator Karel Zeman and his cinematic tricks that made Czech cinematography famous. The museum is unique in its playful concept – it offers the opportunity to get involved and try tricks with your own cameras and camcorders that Karel Zeman used in his films.
Lesser Town Bridge Towers (Malostranské mostecké věže)
These two stylistically different towers, connected by a gate, form the entrance to the Lesser Town from the Charles Bridge. The smaller tower is Romanesque, dating from the 12th century; its current Renaissance appearance dates to 1591. The taller Late Gothic tower from 1464 is based on the architecture of Parléř's Old Town Bridge Tower. From its viewing gallery, you get a stunning view of the flowing Vltava River and the historical city centre.
This Marian pilgrimage site with the Baroque Church of the Nativity and a replica of the Holy House is surrounded by cloisters and chapels. In the tower there is a 27-bell carillon that plays the Loretan Marian song (every hour from 10 am to 5 pm). The Loreto treasure consists of a rare collection of liturgical objects and other votive gifts from the 16th to 18th centuries, the most famous of which is the "Prague Sun", a monstrance encrusted with 6,222 diamonds
Marold Panorama (Maroldovo panorama)
The round building in the Exhibition Grounds is the home of a remarkable work painted by the Czech artist Luděk Marold between 1897 and 1898 – a panoramic painting of the Battle of Lipany, which took place on May 30, 1434. At 11 m high and 95 m long, it’s the largest Czech painting of a historical event. The panorama is enhanced by real items that lend a three-dimensional effect to the painting.
Mirror Maze (Zrcadlové bludiště na Petříně)
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 the Charles Bridge in 1648 and then through the "hall of laughter" where warped and twisted mirrors will change your appearance in crazy ways.
Municipal House (Obecní dům)
This Art Nouveau building, built from 1905 to 1911, is proof of unprecedented artistic and craft skills and quality. The café, the French and the Pilsner restaurants, the American bar, the Lord Mayor’s Salon and the Smetana Hall are all examples of perfectly executed Art Nouveau interiors, decorated by leading artists and sculptors such as Alfons Mucha, Jan Preisler, Ladislav Šaloun, and others. Lovers of Art Nouveau can take a guided tour of the whole building.
The museum is housed in the former Sova Mills in the Lesser Quarter. It houses the Jan and Meda Mládek Collection, which contains works by the pioneer of abstract art František Kupka and the Czech Cubist sculptor Otto Gutfreund, as well as the works of prominent artists of the 20th century from the Eastern bloc. The mission of Museum Kampa is to give witness to the difficult times in which said art originated and which should not be forgotten.