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Uměleckoprůmyslové museum v Praze

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Uměleckoprůmyslové museum v Praze

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17. listopadu 2, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
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RTL wrote a review Dec 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
This beautiful building is wonderfully refreshed but its pretty much just that - a beautiful empty building. The permanent collections were still in storage when I visited and the temporary exhibits were modern and not very decorative. Was disappointed. Thankfully the very gracious staff was very understanding and helpful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mel S wrote a review Dec 2019
toronto43 contributions54 helpful votes
A beautiful interior of the building sets the mood for a unique artistic experience. I you like modern glass, you will love the pieces exhibited in the glass collection. On another floor is a collection of design items like chairs, typewriter, etc. Yet another floor and an exhibit displaying items owned by people who were sent off to concentration camps and whose belongings were confiscated. There is a picture and a brief blurb about the individuals and the items belonging to them and which have survived.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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grayfam wrote a review Nov 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom583 contributions249 helpful votes
Our guidebook said this was closed, but it has reopened. Its not terribly well signed - its opposite the Rhudolphium, near the Jewish area. Firstly I must say - go for lunch, its much cheaper than anything in the area, the food is good and the ambience pleasant. It would be possible from the cafe just to go through to the main building and walk downstairs in order to see the interior - and well worth it, its magnicicent. We love glass so paid to see the exhibition which we very much enjoyed. It was very quiet so it was delightful to have time and space to really reflect on some marvels of Czech art. What we also noticed was that all the staff were falling over themselves to be helpful - for example encouraging us to use the free cloack room.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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wac60 wrote a review Oct 2019
Lincoln City, Oregon49 contributions15 helpful votes
The building itself is beautiful and worth a visit. The exhibits we saw were not very interesting and, unfortunately, very little of the signage is given in two languages (Czech should obviously be the default, but it would be very nice if they included a second language - English or one of the Romance languages would be very helpful).
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Date of experience: October 2019
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princessandthepease wrote a review Oct 2019
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Terrific displays of clocks, astronomical instruments also history of mining, metallurgy. Very informative and interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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