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There are so many different museums in Prague focusing on many interesting subjects. Art, Medieval torture, Legos, chocolate, and authors are just a few of the more recognized subjects of museums around Prague 1. All these museums welcome hundreds of thousands of tourists and visitors coming in each year who are interested in the rich history of the Czech...
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Prague is a city which brims with beautiful architecture and unexpected beauty. From the tall spires atop the church roofs to the ornate doors that adorn Prague’s buildings, it is a city filled with intricate details and magnificent designs; many of which are not always apparent at first glance. The rich designs of the city...
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Beneath the cobblestone streets and historic buildings of Prague, the Prague Metro is busy carrying the citizens and tourists of Prague from one side of the city to another. The Prague Metro is comprised of three lines, each of which are represented by their own color; Line A (green), Line B (yellow), and Line C (red)....
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Founded in the 12th century, the Strahov Monastery is a Premonstratensian abbey located in Strahov, Prague, just a short walk from the Prague Castle. Strahov Monastery, also known as Strahovský Klášter in Czech, not only hosts a triple-aisled Romanesque basilica that has been reconstructed several times but also a beautiful library in the Theological Hall and the Philosophical Hall. The...
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The Ještěd Tower is a hyperboloid-shaped tower located at the top of the Ještěd mountain in the Czech Republic. Construction of the Ještěd tower began in the early 1960s on the summit of Ještěd mountain, the highest peak of the Ještěd-Kozákov mountain ridge. The tower was designed by Czech architect Karel Hubáček. His modern design...
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The ornate doors that adorn Prague’s buildings are some of the most beautiful yet underrated features of the city. The doors of Prague, which are rich with intricate details, come in a variety of colors and styles. The style of the doors range from Baroque to Art Nouveau and Neo-Classical. Some are painted and carved...
Castle-Tres-Bohemes
Castles are things you can find all over the Czech. This particular Italian style castle is located on a large park in the town of Napajedla which is in the Moravian region of the Czech Republic. Napajedla is a small town with only about 7,500 occupants. The castle which is lovingly called the Napajedla Castle (named...
If you have ever wondered what Czech Mid Century Modern interiors look like, then today is your lucky day!  In 1967, Czech architect Ladislav Mašek and illustrator Harry Löwit teamed up and published Úprava bytového interiéru, or in English, Modification of the Home Interior. The book featured a wealth of information including an informative introduction, a thorough...
100-spires
Prague is known as “The city of a hundred spires” or “The city of one hundred spires” (Stovezata Praha in Czech language). and lately, we seem to be coming across 100 older books which highlight the architecture of what we believe to be the most beautiful city in the world. The Prague – City of 100...
In Czech, the word for “upper castle” is Vyšehrad. Vyšehrad was built around the 10th Century, high on a hill overlooking the Vltava River. It is a historical fort / stronghold / castle structure. Within the grounds is the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul, a neo-Gothic church. Originally founded in 1070-1080 by the Czech King Vratislav II, the Romanesque...
Tugendhat-Villa-Tres-Bohemes
Villa Tugendhat is a three story Villa situated on a sloped terrain in the wealthy neighborhood of Černá Pole in Brno, Czech Republic. An icon of modernism, Villa Tugendhat was commissioned by Fritz and Greta Tugendhat and designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The house, which faces to the south-west, is supported...
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The inner furnishings of Villa Tugendhat were designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Sergius Ruegenberg, and Lilly Reich. Sergius Ruegenberg produced a number of drawing designs for the interior and exterior of the house. The furniture, which was built primarily from steel, tubular, and numerous woods such as Macassar ebony, zebra wood, and rosewood, was...