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  • Jun 8, 2020 Discover Prague through Michael W. Pospíšil’s photographs
    L’Institut français de Prague (French Institute of Prague) is holding an exhibition called ‘Prague etc…’ by Czech-French photographer Michael W. Pospíšil until the 4th of July. The exhibition is held at Gallery 35 on Štěpánská Street, part of the French Institute which supports connection between French and Czech art.
  • Jun 8, 2020 Darwin Crater opens to the public
    Darwin Crater, the long-awaited habitat for Tasmanian and Australian fauna, including Tasmanian devils, has finally opened in Prague Zoo. The new exhibition is named after the area in Tasmania which was created by a fallen meteorite. The circular shape of Darwin Crater in Prague Zoo, which is the centre of the habitat, depicts the crater in Western Tasmania.
  • Jun 7, 2020 Anděl Pedestrian Zone attracts street food lovers
    Food lovers can look forward to the ‘Fresh & Deli market’ street food festival, which will take place at the Anděl Pedestrian Zone in Smíchov on Wednesday the 10th of June. Street food festivals, including those that celebrate particular dishes and cuisines, are becoming more and more popular and trendy.
  • Jun 7, 2020 Visit Peony Meadow
    Like roses, peonies are seen as jewels of the garden. They have their own section in Prague Botanical Garden called Peony Meadow, which is very popular among visitors, and this is the best time to visit it.
  • May 31, 2020 Fata Morgana Greenhouse reopened
    Prague Botanical Garden has announced the reopening of the Fata Morgana Greenhouse! Visitors are able to enjoy the beautiful exotic flowers while walking through the tropical greenhouse.
  • May 31, 2020 Czech Police Museum collecting facemasks for exhibition
    Wearing a facemask, respirator or bandana has become a new standard in the Czech Republic due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is mandatory to cover your nose and mouth from the 19th of March, with some exceptions. The Czech Police Museum is creating an original collection of masks to exhibit. Due to a lack of masks and because they are mandatory, some people started to make them at home.
  • May 30, 2020 Visitors head to Prague swimming pools Šutka and Strahov
    As part of the fourth wave of the release of coronavirus measures, both natural and artificial swimming pools (indoor and outdoor) are allowed to open. This also applies to Strahov swimming pool and Šutka water park, which both opened to visitors after a few months of closure on the 25th of May.
  • May 23, 2020 Art for the city
    As Prague would like to have as much public art as some other major cities, streets and other public spaces will be soon filled with work by various artists.
    The ‘Art for the City’ programme (‘Umění pro město’) will support the emergence of contemporary art in public spaces in the Czech capital.
  • May 23, 2020 Cosmos Discovery exhibition brings you on a space adventure
    The spectacular Cosmos Discovery exhibition in Křižík’s Pavilion E at the Prague Exhibition Grounds (‘Výstaviště Praha’) in Holešovice district in Prague 7 will guide you through the history of manned trips to space from their very beginnings to current and planned missions. You will not only experience the astronauts’ feelings, but also how the ground staff felt.
  • May 23, 2020 Czech Nature Photo Exhibition displays the best wildlife photography
    You have the opportunity to admire award-winning and selected photos from the Czech Nature Photo 2020 competition until the 28th of June. The Czech Nature Photo 2020 exhibition, which exhibits the best nature images by photographers from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, takes place in the Czech Photo Centre, 4 Seydlerova Street, Prague 5 - Nové Butovice.
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