As Kafka notes above, he found his birthplace of Prague hard to leave - both physically and psychically. This museum does a superb job of re-creating the claustrophobia and oppressiveness of Kafka's Prague. It is defnitely for fans of Kafka and it helps if you can read German. Utterly compelling while also being disorienting, so not for those who find it hard to cope with dim lighting or confusing layouts. I loved it although my less literary husband found it less impressive. Probably a museum for booklovers or fans of post-modern galleries.
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