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Expert recommendations and insider tips for first-time visitors and locals alike from ARTĚL’s founder, Karen Feldman, who has lived in Prague since 1994. Click on the links below for detailed reviews – from Feldman’s own unique perspective – of all the best that Prague has to offer...

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Monarchy at the National Museum

Published on April 18th, 2013 in Sights

The main branch of the National Museum, a Wenceslas Square landmark, will be closed for renovation until 2015. Luckily, the museum has taken up residence in the building next door, formerly the offices of Radio Free Europe. I highly recommend the current exhibit...

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10 Must-Sees for Modern Architecture Fans

Published on March 07th, 2013 in Sights

Architecture buffs who visit Prague will be pleased to note that Frank Gehry’s Tančící dům (Dancing Building) isn’t the only modern marvel in town. Do not overlook these lesser-known gems which speak to Prague’s rich architectural tradition...

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Folk Art Museum

Published on February 14th, 2013 in Sights

Beyond a few very general introductions, this museum is not exactly English-friendly; however, it’s definitely high on my recommendation list. It reopened in 2005 after what was clearly a very loving restoration, and has been curated to perfection...

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Sneak-A-Peek Oddity: The Paternoster

Published on October 25th, 2012 in Sights

A “paternoster” is a dying breed of elevators that consists of a chain of open compartments that moves slowly up and down in a loop without stopping, so that passengers simply hop on or off as required. The name Paternoster...

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