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  • Oct 31, 2019 Visit Prague Zoo for the animals and the books!
    Prague Zoo offers visitors the opportunity to use the local library. This option is not only open to experts and researchers, but also to the general public.
  • Oct 28, 2019 Nordic Days 2019
    Nordic Days 2019, the tenth annual festival of Nordic culture, will take place from the 29th of October until the 6th of November in Prague. The festival will include films, a debate and even a guided tour. The theme of this year's jubilee festival, which presents significant cultural achievements in Scandinavian countries, is “journey”, in all its different meanings.
  • Oct 23, 2019 New Russian art exhibition in DOX
    A new exhibition, ‘Russia. Timeless’, is running in DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Holešovice in Prague until the 2nd of December. The exhibition introduces strong artistic opinions from contemporary Russia. “The exhibition shows the theme of timelessness over the past sixty years by artists of different generations and aesthetic beliefs. We want them to stand side by side and together, without categorising them as more or less important than each other. Each visitor can decide that for themselves and according to their own opinion,” Tomáš Glanc, one of the exhibition’s curators, said.
  • Oct 20, 2019 Get to know sculptor Matthias Braun’s art
    Prague City Gallery has several dozen sculptures that are accessible to the public. We have already introduced some of them here on www.praha.eu. This time, we will look at Matyáš Bernard Braun’s sculptures in Prague.

    The Austrian sculptor and woodcarver is one of the most important sculptors of the High Baroque period in the Czech Republic. Although he was not a Czech native, he created some of his most precious works in Bohemia.
  • Sep 29, 2019 Cirk La Putyka’s Homecoming
    The contemporary circus ensemble Cirk La Putyka is celebrating its 10th anniversary. As part of the celebrations, they decided to return with three of their successful productions to their original venues: La Fabrika, Archa Theatre and the New Stage of the National Theatre’s New Stage in October and November.
  • Sep 29, 2019 Petschek Villa reveals its secrets
    The American Center in Prague will host an exhibition called ‘Villa Petschek Story’ until the 8th of October, which narrates the story of the villa that has served as the United States Ambassadors’ palatial residence since the year 1945. A photographic tour of the representative halls, which are usually closed to the public, and unique images from the building of the villa are included in the exhibition.
     
  • Sep 18, 2019 Prague Castle hosts an art exhibition from the era of Wenceslas IV of Bohemia
    An exhibition dedicated to the 600th anniversary of the birth of the Czech king Wenceslas IV (Václav IV.) is on in the Imperial Stables of Prague Castle until the 3rd of November. It will display the era of his rule, as well as Gothic art and architecture from around 1400 AD.
  • Sep 15, 2019 Smart and inexpensive transport during European Mobility Week
    European Mobility Week is the world's largest sustainable mobility campaign. The campaign, which has been held since 2002, will take place from the 16th to the 22ndof September. European Mobility Week is organised in dozens of European cities as an initiative of the European Commission. It aims to offer city inhabitants alternative modes of transport, and to show them ways to travel around the city quickly and cleverly.
  • Sep 15, 2019 Prague Zoo bringing vultures back to Bulgaria
    For a long time, Prague Zoo has been involved in the project of returning Egyptian vultures (Neophron percnopterus) to the Balkans, which was once their natural habitat.
     
  • Sep 2, 2019 Troja Château hosts an exhibition of statues and art objects
    Until the 3rd of November, an exhibition of Prague City Gallery ‘Aleš Hnízdil, Jiří Kačer – Sculptures and Objects’ is taking place in Troja Château in Prague 7. Both artists’ work is exhibited inside the chateau and in the Baroque garden.
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