when i decided to visit Stefanik's observatory, i was a bit reluctant to climb the hill in the dark. No mistake there, the area is not lit as darkness is required for stargazing. Fortunately you can go up via the funicular (last stop) and the observatory is just a minute away on the left side of the stop.
the observatory has two telescope arrays: a pair of refractors and one reflector. i was lucky enough to catch a few minutes viewing the rings of saturn despite a cloudy evening.
aside from the telescopes, the observatory houses a small museum of astronomical instruments, an area dedicated to interactive optics experiments as well as a history of astronomical prague (mainly mentioning tycho brahe).
all in all a great time for stargazers.
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