Valdstejnska Street – Prague

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Valdstejnska Street – Prague

Valdstejnska Street Prague

A pictoresque  Valdstejnska Street is situated just round the corner from Malostranska Metro Station.

There is an amazing view of Prague Castle from there. Enjoy the stunning view both in the beginnig of the street and from the way up the street as well, even though the castle is hiding and you can see only the top of it.

On Valdstejnska Street, you will find interesting buildings of Palffy Palace, Comenius National Pedagogical Museum and Library  and Waldstein Riding School building.


Waldstein Riding School building

Waldstein Riding School building belongs to the National Gallery Prague. National Gallery in Prague uses the space of Waldstein Riding School for short-term exhibition projectsThe Riding School is located in the garden of the early Baroque palace concructed for Albrecht of Waldstein by Italian architects Andrea Spezza and Nicolo Sebregondi. During 2000, the Riding hall underwent extensive reconstruction and now is reopened.

Comenius National Pedagogical Museum and Library

Comenius National Pedagogical Museum and Library ranks among the oldest museums in the Czech Republic (established in 1892).

It is a significant research centre with nation-wide coverage focused on the history of Czech schooling, pedagogy, teachers and scholarship in a link to the life, work and legacy of John Amos Comenius (in Czech Jan Amos Komenský); it also devotes itself to documenting the above mentioned disciplines. It is the only Czech pedagogical museum which follows  the history of schools, teachers and scholarship in a comprehensive manner.

Palace Gardens under Prague Castle

The complex of interconnected historical gardens (Ledeburg, Small and Large Palffy, Kolovrat and Small Fürstenberg Garden) is situated on the southern slopes below Prague Castle. All of these palatial terrace gardens have a rich architectural decoration, decorative staircases, balustrades, scenic terraces, garden-houses and pavilions carefully integrated into the vegetation to create a picturesque whole. Concerts and social events are often held here.

December 21, 2018


Palladium Prague- the biggest shopping centre in the Prague centre Palladium Prague was built on a site of the former “Jiří z Poděbrad” Barracks on Republiky Square. The Barracks had been under the army’s ownership for more than two hundred years (1780s — 1996). There were many famous Czech personalities within the army crew, for example J.K. Tyl who wrote lyrics to a Czech national anthem. The complex became dilapidated in the second half of the 20th century as the facilities were not used very much. While occupied by the army, the complex was completely closed to the public. In the end of 20th century, the Ministry of Defence decided that the site should serve a more useful purpose. A tender had been announced for property sale, its reconstruction and extension. It was a renown developer European Property Development (“EPD”), that won a tender. […]
December 20, 2018

Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace – Colloredo-Mansfeldský palác / Prague

The building is a superb example of Prague palace architecture, with well-developed architectural features combining elements of the High Baroque with subsequent Rococo and Second Rococo modifications. The guided tour is built on a number of basic principles, whose primary intent is to draw attention to the art-historical and architectural features of the building. The exhibition space on the 3rd floor is designed for temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. Object history Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace The large palace with four wings placed around the middle low-level courtyard is an architectonic masterpiece of the High and Late Baroque. The house was rebuilt after 1600 in Late Renaissance style. During the 17th and the beginning of the 18th century the first crucial Baroque reconstruction was accomplished and the palace gained its today’s form and extent. The author of the project has not been proved by archives, […]
December 15, 2018
Karlín Musical Theatre (Hudební divadlo Karlín)

Karlín Musical Theatre (Hudební divadlo Karlín)

The third oldest theatre in Prague opened 15 days after the National Theatre fire in 1881. From its early days as a circus arena where magic, circus and “midget shows” were held, the theatre has grown into a renowned venue for musicals and operettas. The Karlín Musical Theatre boasts the largest historic theatre for nearly 1,000 people. Contacts Karlín Musical Theatre (Hudební divadlo Karlín) Křižíkova 10 186 00 Praha 8- Karlín +420 221 868 666 +420 736 621 155 Source:
December 15, 2018
Chvaly Chateau (Chvalský zámek)

Chvaly Chateau (Chvalský zámek)

Originally a medieval fortress with preserved embrasures and later Renaissance and Baroque modifications, it’s the dominant feature of the village of Chvaly, now part of Horní Počernice. In the chateau’s exhibition spaces, you can view works of art and also buy pieces on display in the sales gallery. The chateau grounds are also a venue for concerts and theatre productions. Contacts Chvaly Chateau (Chvalský zámek) Na Chvalské tvrzi 3 193 21 Praha 9- Horní Počernice +420 281 860 130 Object history Chvaly Chateau The castle and the adjoining Church of St. Ludmila form a dominant of an extensive area, together with a courtyard with former farm buildings. Originally, it was a Gothic fortress, documented as early as in the beginning of the 15thcentury, later rebuilt to a Renaissance castle. In 1652, the castle was acquired by the Jesuits, and they rebuilt the castle to […]
December 15, 2018
National Monument to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror (Národní památník hrdinů heydrichiády)

National Monument to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror (Národní památník hrdinů heydrichiády)

The exhibition is located in the underground crypt of the Baroque Church of Sts Cyril and Methodius. It is an authentic battle location from World War II in Prague in a secret hideout, which the Czech Orthodox Church provided to Czechoslovak parachutists from May 27 to June 18, 1942 after the attack on Reinhard Heydrich. Contacts National Monument to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror (Národní památník hrdinů heydrichiády) Resslova 9a 120 00 Praha 2- Nové Město +420 973 204 951 Object history St. Cyril and Methodius History A Baroque church was built in the years 1730 – 36 on the corner of Resslova and Na Zderaze Streets according to a project of Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer and Pavel Ignác Bayer. The prominent Baroque chamber building was originally consecrated to St. Charles of Boromej. It was a part of the neighbouring institutional home for […]
December 15, 2018
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The Lucerna Palace (Palác Lucerna)

One of the most interesting modern Prague palazzos was built between 1907-1920. The investor, organizer and constructor, rolled into one, was ing. Vácslav Havel, entrepreneur, whose grandson – Václav Havel – later became President. Lucerna Palace also played an important role on 28 October, 1918. Indeed, it housed the headquarters of the Corn Office, and wending their way to it were two of the five main godfathers of the Republic – Antonín Švehla and František Soukup, to get the keys to the grain supply to feed the inhabitants of the nascent State. Contacts The Lucerna Palace (Palác Lucerna) Špěpánská 61 110 00 Praha 1- Nové Město Source:

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