The Center of Architecture and Urban Planning has presented the model of Vltavská Philarmonic, designed by Bjarske Ingles, in meticulous detail. The installation depicts the Prague landscape’s future, emphasizing the cultural heritage and its importance to the locals as well as to Czech history.  The exhibition is free to visit from July 1, 2022, to September 18, 2022. Do not miss your chance! Prague’s cultural scene Prague has been a powerful magnet for centuries, attracting talented musicians from all over the country, thanks to its diverse and rich culture. Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana, Leoš Janáček – you name it!  Interestingly, some music halls, or as we say, theaters, are named after Czech composers. When you visit Rudolfinum to enjoy aRead more.

Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP), located in the lively area of Prague, presented the extravagant exhibition, underling the brutalism architecture of the buildings during the period of 1958-1989. For most of us, these years were not accessible due to the political situation of the post-war community. Nevertheless, architects were trying to present their vision, a sort of protest through the lens of the art of building.  Discover what CAMP has prepared for you this March!  Brutalism installation One of the reasons why the 55-89 architecture exhibition appeared was an exciting occasion. There was a vast premiere of the publication in the cultural society, covering the most significant buildings of the pre-revolutionary period in the Czech Republic.  CAMP’s curatorsRead more.

Are you a fan of history? Do you want to get out of Prague and explore somewhere different? There’s a place not too far out where you can learn about some history and hear a few tales about what happened in a certain area called Terezin. Terezin (also known as Theresienstadt) was a concentration camp during the second world war where Czech-jews were rounded up and taken to work about 30 miles north of Prague. Many jews from Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Denmark were also held there totalling more than 150,000 (15,000 including children). Less than 150 children survived. The conditions of this concentration camp were very extreme and majority of those who have worked there died from theRead more.