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Rudolfinum

Category: Sightseeing + Tours

Alsovo nabrezi, 12, Prague 1, 110 00

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Rudolfinum, Prague
The neo-renaissance Rudolfinum building is located on a site called Rejdi%u0161t%u011B. In 1873, this site was bought by the Czech Insurance Company (%u010Ceská spo%u0159itelna), with the goal to build there a House of Artists (D%u016Fm um%u011Blc%u016F) as part of the celebrations of the fiftieth a...
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Rudolfinum Prague
It was built in 1874 - 1885 by the architect Josef Zitek and Josef Schultz, originally designed for a picture gallery, collection of antiquites and concerts. In the years 1918 - 1938 and 1945 - 1946 Rudolfinum was the seat of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. The building has a great many rooms,...
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Rudolfinum- Prague, Czech Republic - VirtualTourist.com
The Rudolfinum is a magnificent neo-Renaissance building housing the Dvorak Concert Hall. It is located close to the river, near Manesuv Most. The Hall is the home base for the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, and what a spectacular home it is! We had the great fortune of see the Orchestra perform here...
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The Rudolfinum & the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Prague.net
Rudolfinum is the work of Josef Zitek and Josef Schultz and was constructed on the second half of the 19th century during the years 1876 – 1884 and named in honour of Crown Prince Rudolf of Hapsburg. It was originally designed as an art gallery and House of Artists and then in 1946 it became t...
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Prague Rudolfinum - Dvořákova síň - Concert Halls & Spaces - Nightlife
The Rudolfinum is one of the most beautiful constructions of Czech architecture of the end of last century which houses Prague's most sought after concert hall which opened in 1885. The concert hall is named after Antonín Dvořák who worked in the Rudolfinum as a professor of the Conservatory and a c...
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The Czech Philharmonic At Rudolfinum - Prague Czech Republic - Review of The Czech Philharmonic At Rudolfinum
Named for Prince Rudolf, the beautifully restored Rudolfinum has been one of the city's premier concert venues since it opened in the 19th century. The Rudolfinum's Small Hall mostly presents chamber concerts, while the larger, more celebrated Dvorák Hall is home to the Czech Philharmonic. Th...
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