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  • Oct 4, 2020 Outdoor exhibition of selected photos from the Czech Nature Photo competition
    Visitors to the Ekocetrum Prales (meaning ‘rainforest’) in the Kbely district of Prague can admire an outdoor exhibition of selected photographs from this year’s Czech Nature Photo competition until the end of October. ‘Lesy hl. m. Prahy’ (Prague City Forests) became one of the partners of the competition this year and the pictures have already been exhibited in the Wild Garden Hostivař.
  • Sep 28, 2020 Interesting sculptures on Charles Square
    Prague City Gallery manages several dozen public sculptures. Some of them can be found in Charles Square (Karlovo náměstí) in the city centre.
    Some of the most famous among them are the statue of the scientist, doctor, scholar and biologist Jan Evangelista Purkyně, the statue of the writer Eliška Krásnohorská and the statue of the writer Karolina Světlá.
  • Sep 23, 2020 Vítkov exhibition commemorates the journey to Latvian independence
    The National Memorial on the Vítkov Hill hosts an exhibition ‘We want to be free, we will be free!’, which is dedicated to the establishment of the independent State of Latvia. The exhibition will be open in the Ceremonial Hall until the 4th of October.
  • Sep 22, 2020 Explore trilobite fossils in Prague Zoo
    All visitors to the zoo probably know the pavilions, enclosures and expositions. However, the zoological garden also offers the opportunity to walk local trails, leading to a time when the planet Earth was just being formed.
    The Geostezka path leading from the ungulate enclosures to Gočár Houses in the upper part of the zoo winds around the rock massif so closely that it does not allow for the construction of pavilions and enclosures with animals. Here, visitors can focus on the paleontological trail called ‘Footprints in Time’.
  • Sep 21, 2020 Uncover the story of the Wels family in Villa Winternitz
    The ‘No night so dark’ exhibition, which takes place in the Villa Winternitz until the 29th of November, will introduce you to the story of the First Republic architect Rudolf Wels’ family.
    The story of the Wels family is a story that should not be forgotten. There is no better setting for the exhibition, as Rudolf Wels was a disciple of the famous architect Adolf Loose, who designed Villa Winternitz.
  • Sep 20, 2020 Discover Siberian shamanism with Stanislav Krupař
    The Náprstek Museum will host a talk on shamanism with the journalist and photographer Stanislav Krupař on the 23rd of September. The lecture ‘The current state of shamanism in Tuva’ is a part of the accompanying programme of the current exhibition ‘At Home in Siberia’.
  • Sep 18, 2020 National Gallery exhibits Myslbek’s works depicting human poverty
    The National Gallery Prague hosts temporary graphic exhibitions in the Fair Trade Palace. One of them is an exhibition of a collection of drawings and prints by Karel Myslbek entitled ‘The Silent Drama of Human Poverty’, which takes place until the 8th of November.

    The National Gallery has rich and wide-ranging collection of graphics and drawings from various periods and styles. However, artworks on paper cannot be exhibited for a long time, so drawings and graphics are regularly presented in short-term exhibitions.
    The current exhibit in the Graphic Cabinet introduces the world of the gloomy but interesting Czech painter, Karel Myslbek.
  • Sep 16, 2020 European Mobility Week
    European Mobility Week 2020 will start in Prague on Wednesday the 16th of September. The event, which offers numerous events focusing on active and more environmentally friendly modes of transportation, will take place
  • Sep 16, 2020 ‘Phenomenon of Prague Passages’ photo exhibition
    An interesting exhibition focusing on Prague’s covered passages started on Monday, the 14th of September. This exhibition of photographs allows you to learn more about the city of Prague in detail.
  • Sep 16, 2020 Beautiful but deadly Amazon poison dart frogs
    Visitors to Prague Zoo can admire a collection of thirty species of poison dart frogs in the Gočár Houses Gallery until the end of October. Guided tours and workshops will take place throughout the exhibition.


    Poison dart frog is the common name for a group of frogs in the Dendrobatidae family which are native to tropical Central and South America. Despite their small size of only few centimetres, poison dart frogs are not only fascinating, but also truly deadly frogs. Only a fleeting touch of the frog can be fatal to a predator, and a tiny droplet of their poison can kill an animal the size of a horse. Moreover, these frogs do not excrete only one type of poison, but a mixture of several different toxic substances.
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