To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the Czechoslovak Republic, on October 28th you can visit usually inaccessible buildings which are related to this period as part of the project Architecture of the First Republic in Prague.
- House of Agricultural Education in Vinohrady, architect Josef Gočár
- Hus’ Congregational House in Vinohrady, architect Pavel Janák
- Hus’ Congregational House in Vršovice, architect Karel Truksa
- Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord in Vinohrady, architect Jože Plečnik and Otto Rothmayer
- Church of St. Wenceslas in Vršovice, architects Josef Gočár and Alois Wachsman
- Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, architect Josef Fanta
- Metro Palace and Image Theatre on Národní Avenue, architects František Kavalír (reconstruction of the original Neo-renaissance palace) and Karel E. Ort (cinema and passage)
- Tyrš’s House in the Little Quarter, architect František Krásný (reconstruction of the original Michna Palace and completion)
Tour entry is for free, currently with no need of booking.
Open House Praha is an annual festival that offers free tours and access to many historical and new buildings that are not typically open to the public. Open House Praha is your chance to get inside Prague’s iconic opulent buildings, repurposed mansions, renowned architecture design offices and breathtaking sacred spaces.
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