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  • 3. 4. 2014 Easter Project in Prague City Museum
    Just like every year, Prague City Museum has prepared an eventful programme for Easter time in its central building as well as in Ctěnice Chateau. On Easter Monday, the central building will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Ctěnice Chateau and Podskalská Custom House in Výtoň from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prague Towers will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • 2. 4. 2014 National Gallery Reduced Admission Fee
    For the spring season 2014, the National Gallery in Prague prepared a simplified and reduced admission fee to Veletržní Palace. The palace houses an extensive collection of modern and contemporary art. As of 1st April 2014, the admission to the whole of Veletržní Palace is only 200 CZK.
  • 31. 3. 2014 Festival of Light Signal Inspired Regions
    Festival Signal attracted about 250 thousand visitors to Prague with its spectacular light installations, videomapping and other light plays. It has also inspired the project CZECH THE LIGHT, which will boost some other cities and culminate in the Signal project.
  • 27. 3. 2014 Prague’s Significant Trees
    The number of significant trees in Prague’s database has now reached 204. The database has expanded due to a competition called “Discover Significant Trees” published at (in Czech). As a consequence, there were many forgotten trees discovered that hold an important messages from Czech history.
  • 25. 3. 2014 Unique Paintings by Jan Saudek in Malostranská Beseda
    Malostranská beseda hosts a unique exhibition of paintings, photographs, costumes and properties by the world famous photographer Jan Saudek. The event is held in the premises of the Renaissance loft, between 29th March and 31st May, daily except for Monday, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
  • 25. 3. 2014 Last Impressionist – Last Chance
    Visitors can enjoy the very last days of of the exhibition Ludvík Kuba – Last Impressionist, which is organised by the National Gallery in Prague in Salmov Palace on Hradčany Square. The exhibition will finish on Sunday, 6th April.
  • 24. 3. 2014 Febiofest Shows 141 Films from All Over the World
    The opening programme of the 21st edition of the international film festival Febiofest started in an unusual manner. The organizers showed their support for the Ukraine and this will also be also reflected in the programme. What is more, three of the organizers received the Polish national award Bene Merito.
  • 24. 3. 2014 Children Depict Prague’s Beauty
    An exhibition called Prague and Its Picturesque Nooks in the Gallery Ve Věži at the Novoměstská Town Hall offers a view of the major sights of Prague 2 and the city, and of figurative compositions by Japanese children.
  • 24. 3. 2014 Veletržní Palace – What We Did Not Know
    An absolutely revelatory exhibition is the Story of Veletržní Palace, prepared by the National Gallery. This is where you will find out how little people knew about Veletržní Palace. Thanks to the research work done by curators, some very surprising facts are coming to light.
  • 24. 3. 2014 The Largest Eagle on Earth Has Twins
    Prague Zoo can be proud of their most productive couple - the Steller’s Sea Eagle. Matyas and Matylda settled on their nest in January and now have two eaglets.
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