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Exhibition of the Slav Epic in Prague

The famous Slav Epic will be once again available to the public in Prague. From May 2012, fans of Alfons Mucha and his large-scale paintings can visit an exhibition inspired by Slavic mythology and the history of the Czech nation and other Slavic nations in the Great Hall of Veletržní Palace in Prague.

 
 
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Contemporary fine art

An excursion into contemporary Czech fine art started in times when the right political commitment was the general…

 
 
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Folk architecture

The Czech Republic is very proud of having preserved to date many examples of folk architecture, not only in terms of…

 
 
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UNESCO monuments

The Czech lands have a rich and full history. People came here from all corners of the world to cultivate our country…

 
 
 
 
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