This bell tower, dating from the 15th century but rebuilt in Gothic style in the 1870s, dominates the end of Jindřišská, a busy street...
Prague Main Train Station
What? The railway station is a tourist attraction? Perhaps not all of it, but it's certainly worth heading to the top floor for a look...
This fascinating (and busy) museum features the sensuous art nouveau posters, paintings and decorative panels of Alfons Mucha...
With knowledgeable staff, a relaxed atmosphere and an off-the-beaten-track feel, this appealingly modern wine bar is a great place to...
Chic and businesslike, but also relaxed and family-friendly (highchairs provided), Kogo is a stylish restaurant serving top-notch pizza,...
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Jubilee Synagogue information
The colourful Moorish facade of the Jubilee Synagogue, also called the Velká synagóga (Great Synagogue), dates from 1906; note the names of the donors on the stained-glass windows, and the grand organ above the entrance. It houses an exhibition of artefacts, photographs and films charting the post-WWII history of Prague's Jewish community.