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Category / CULTURE
Pews-St-Vitus-Cathedral-Tres-Bohemes
St. Vitus Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the Prague Castle complex. It is the largest and, arguably, the most important church in the Czech Republic and is visited by thousands of tourists every year. The cathedral was built in Gothic style and remains a magnificent example of Gothic architecture to this day....
Michal-Trpák-Tres-Bohemes-5
Michal Trpák is a sculpture/painter born in České Budějovice in 1982. His eye catching art can be found all over public areas in Prague, and whether it be in a office space, a restaurant, or on the street, its contemporary style remains. Though all of his art is unique and beautiful in its own way, his...
Today we are looking at an extraordinary vintage Mid-Century Sklo Union Czech pressed clear glass vase by Rosice Glassworks. The piece was designed by Vladislav Urban in 1968, and this is pattern number 617. I located this auction today and I wanted to share. This extraordinary vase features Vladislav Urban’s hallmark formed abstract geometric patterns...
Foggy-Prague-Tres-Bohemes
As beautiful as Prague is in the sunlight, when you can see its colorful buildings and sights, some days in the early morning, or when in rains or snows and fog rolls in, the big shining city turns to a beautifully spooky one. Prague is not really known as a foggy city, but on occasion...
Orloj-Korea-Tres-Bohemes-6
Though from the outside you may be tricked into thinking this building is located in the center of Prague, Castle Praha is actually a Czech brewery and restaurant located in the town of Mapo-gu, in the Hongdae region of Seoul, South Korea. The exterior of Castle Praha was made by Koreans to look just like Prague´s Old...
Petr-Brandl-Tres-Bohemes-12
Petr Johannes Brandl (1668-1735) was one of the greatest Baroque painters in Bohemia during his time. Though he painted many beautiful biblical scenes, today we will be taking a look at some of his portraits, because whether they were  of noblemen, peasants, or saints – the lifelike expressions he captured were beautiful. You don’t have...