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  • 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.
  • Sep 11, 2020 European Heritage Days start in Prague
    Every year, usually in early autumn, the doors of the most interesting monuments, buildings and other spaces of interest, many of which are normally inaccessible, open to the public as part of the European Heritage Days. Between the 12th and the 20th of September, visitors can see most of them for free.
  • Sep 10, 2020 One World 2020 documentary film festival resumes
    One World is an international human rights documentary film festival, which screens over a hundred international documentaries every year. Unfortunately, this year it was suspended mid-festival due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it will resume from the 11th to the 22nd of September, offering the films that were not screened in the spring.
  • Sep 7, 2020 24th Strings of Autumn Festival offers alternative concerts
    Israeli bassist Avishai Cohen will launch the Strings of Autumn festival on the Lucerna Rooftop on the 11th of September, with up to 250 spectators. The capacity is limited to 250 spectators.  Music lovers will enjoy Cohen’s concert in an unusually intimate atmosphere, very different to the great halls where he usually plays. The charming environment on the Lucerna Palace Rooftop between the Prague towers offers a unique view of Prague’s landmarks and makes the concert even more special.
  • Aug 31, 2020 Young Egyptian vultures head from Prague Zoo to Bulgaria
    Prague Zoo has been working to protect endangered Egyptian vultures in Bulgaria for a long time. Experts placed two young birds into two wild vultures’ nests in the Eastern Rhodopes a few days ago as part of this programme.
  • Aug 31, 2020 Third generation of common European vipers in Prague Zoo
    Vipera berus, the common European adder or common European viper, is the only venomous snake that can be found in the Czech Republic. The third generation was bred in Prague Zoo in August and visitors can admire the baby snakes in the part of the zoo called ‘Zakázanka’.
  • Aug 31, 2020 Sports Clubs Open Month 2020
    The city of Prague and the partner organisation ‘Praha sportovní’ are holding the ninth Sports Clubs Open Month (‘Měsíc náborů do sportovních Klubů’) in September. The aim of this project is to offer children from Prague the opportunity to try out various sports and pick out their favourite.
  • Aug 29, 2020 First Matter of Art
    Matter of Art (‘Bienále Ve věci umění’) with the subtitle Come Closer (‘Pojď blíž’) is a new event with the ambition of becoming a biennale – an event that takes place every second year. The full programme takes place in the Prague Municipal Library in Mariánské Square until the 15th of November, offering guided tours, workshops, and discussions.

    Proximity and empathy are the two central motifs of the Matter of Art 2020. One of the main locations is the Municipal Library’s exquisite exhibition halls in Prague’s Old Town.
  • Aug 23, 2020 Lukáš Rittstein’s works at the Sculpture Line festival
    The Sculpture Line is a festival that transforms squares, streets, parks and other public spaces into open-air galleries. The festival is taking place in Prague and other Czech cities and towns for the sixth time.

    Sculpture Line is the largest event in the Czech Republic that supports the connection between sculpture and public space and, in doing so, expands the cultural and artistic potential of public spaces, bringing emotion into public spaces and exploring new possibilities. The main idea of the long-term art project is to introduce contemporary art to both residents and tourists, and to enhance the social function of public spaces.
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