Prague State Opera
National Museum New Building
In 2009 the museum expanded into the old Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty building next door. The so-called New Building now hosts...
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Prague State Opera information
The impressive neo-rococo home of the Prague State Opera provides a glorious setting for performances of opera and ballet. An annual Verdi festival takes place here in August and September, and less conventional shows, such as Leoncavallo’s rarely staged version of La Bohème, are also performed here.