Franz Kafka Monument
Commissioned by Prague's Franz Kafka Society in 2003, Jaroslav Róna's unusual sculpture of a mini-Kafka riding on the shoulders a giant...
Dvorak Sec Contemporary
One of Prague's leading independent art galleries, the Dvorak Sec specialises in promoting modern art of international importance from...
When the Josefov ghetto was cleared at the turn of the 20th century, the broad boulevard of Pařížská třída (Paris Ave) was driven in a...
The ‘Little Goat’ is a buzzing, red-brick basement bar decorated with cute steel goat sculptures, serving Krušovice on tap at 45Kč for...
Owned and operated by the Pilsner Urquell Brewery, Kolkovna is a stylish, modern take on the traditional Prague pub, with decor by top...
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Spanish Synagogue information
The Spanish Synagogue is named after its striking Moorish-Andalucian interior. Dating from 1868, its exhibition records the story of Jews in the Czech Republic from emancipation to the present day. It's one of the six Jewish monuments that make up the Prague Jewish Museum.