FIELD TRIP: The Culture Of Golden Prague

The beautifully preserved city of Prague has a complex history; it has witnessed declarations of independence, Nazi control, oppressive communism and capitalist democracy all within the 20th century. Despite — or perhaps in spite — its complicated and often fraught past, Prague remains one of Europe’s first-rate cities; its culture and architectural beauty has earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage list plus a variety of nick-names, including ‘Heart of the Europe’ and ‘Golden Prague’.

Part of its features includes a rich collection of artworks and art spaces. Not far from the city centre, situated on the bank of the Vltava River, is the magnificent Gallerie Rudolfinum

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