Visit the National Gallery for Free from February 3rd to 4th

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The National Gallery in Prague celebrates 222nd anniversary of its establishment on February 3–4. On these days, admission to all permanent exhibitions of the National Gallery in Prague is free.

1) The Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia

Not many people know about this hidden gem. Housed within one of the city’s oldest gothic buildings, this gallery offers a well-thought-out tour of medieval and early renaissance Czech art.

2)  The Kinsky Palace

The Kinsky Palace, located on Old Town Square, is one of the National Gallery’s most visited attractions. It is home to a permanent exhibition called “The Art of Asia”. It contains paintings, graphic art, ceramics, bronze ware, pottery and metalwork from Japan, China, Korea, Tibet, South and Southeast Asia.

3) The Trade Fair Palace

This huge building currently contains 5 temporary and 2 permanent exhibitions and is a must visit for connoisseurs of modern art. You can take a stroll through the development of Czech art from the mid 19th century to modern day. You can also explore the international art scene of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. This collection contains work by Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne and Pablo Picasso amongst others.

Other National Gallery Locations, where you will find free exhibitions this weekend are:

The Sternberg Palace

Hradčanské náměstí  15, Prague 1

The Schwarzenberg Palace

Hradčanské náměstí  2, Prague 1

The Salm Palace

Hradčanské náměstí  2, Prague 1

Author: red


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