Alfons Mucha

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Alfons Mucha (1860-1939) Czech artist who was at the origin of the Art Nouveau art movement at the end of the 19th century. Living in Paris at the time, Mucha became an almost overnight sensation thanks to his poster...
The Podolí Swimming Stadium is one of the less popular sports venues in Prague. It offers two outdoor and one indoor swimming pool, an outdoor water slide, a large grassy area for summer sunbathing, as well as a whole...
Swimming pool with the warmest water and a beautiful view of Prague. It is a 26 x 14.5 m swimming pool with a depth of 1 to 1.60 m. The Pražačka Sports and Recreation Area is a complete sports...
For the sixteenth time, giant sand sculptures have decorated the floodplain of the Otava River at the Stone Bridge in Písek. Their theme this year is the Central European partner cities of Písk. The deadline can be extended until...
Come and have a look and have fun in the modernly equipped water center! Between the hot tubs, water slides, paddling pools, an ordinary 25m pool and other attractions, every member of the family will surely find something to...
Aquapark Aquacentra Šutka offers many attractions, entertainment and other attractions that you will fall in love with! In the water park, you will find 2 large toboggans, 3 slides, a wild river, a children's paddling pool for the little...
Visitors to the Prague Zoo can watch the newly joined pair of red pandas get to know each other these days. The two-year-old male Jerry arrived from the Olomouc zoo in May and is now finally getting to know...
This monumental entrance by which the coronation processions of Czech kings entered the Old Town is one of the most significant monuments of Late Gothic Prague. Completed in 1475, the Powder Tower, which formerly served as a gunpowder store, is...
The mediaeval tower clock is located at the southern side of the Old Town Hall Tower. When the clock strikes the hour (from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.), the procession of the Twelve Apostles sets in motion. The parade of...
The Church of St Václav was built in the pure style of an early Christian basilica and is one of the most significant Czech Neo-Renaissance monuments. The church, with its three-aisled nave and twin 50 m towers, was designed...