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1 Municipal House

2 Now, you can see the Municipal House on the left side of náměstí Republiky.

3 The Municipal House is situated in náměstí Republiky. It was built in It was decorated by the greatest Czech painters and carvers. For example: Mikoláš Aleš, Josef Václav Myslbek, Alfons Mucha etc. Here are lots of assembly rooms and auditoriums which are used for concerts, balls, fashion shows etc. Two very important moments happend here. Independent state of Czechoslovakia was proclaimed here in 1918 and in 1989 Civic Forum had the first meeting with communists here.

4 The National museum

5 How can you get there? When you get out of the Municipal House, you‘ll see the famous theatre Hybernia. Turn right. You are at a big crossroads- go straight to the Na Příkopech Street. The Municipal House

6 Now go straight and turn left at the third turning. You are in the Wenceslas square. Now go straight and turn left at the third turning. You are in the Wenceslas square. Go up-in the middle you see the statue of Saint Wenceslas on a horse. Go up-in the middle you see the statue of Saint Wenceslas on a horse. You must go to the underground and go under a big road. You are on the other side of this road standing in front of National museum. You must go to the underground and go under a big road. You are on the other side of this road standing in front of National museum. Na Příkopech Street Wenceslas square

7 Recently, I was in the National museum to see the big exposition of stones- it was amazing, there were many stones, big diamonds and others. I also saw an exposition of animals-there were vertebrates- mammals, reptiles, birds, fish and amphibians and also invertebrates- beatles, butterflies...

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9 Entrance fee Basic: 120 CZK Basic: 120 CZK Seniors, Children, students of high schools and secondary schools(only with educational card): 70 CZK Seniors, Children, students of high schools and secondary schools(only with educational card): 70 CZK Family: 150 CZK( 2 adults+ 2 children) Family: 150 CZK( 2 adults+ 2 children) School group with teacher: 40 CZK/ person School group with teacher: 40 CZK/ person For students for one year: 220 CZK For students for one year: 220 CZK Every first Monday in a month is the entrance free! Every first Monday in a month is the entrance free!

10 Vyšehrad castle

11 From the National museum go by metro C to station Vyšehrad. There leave the station and follow the guidepost to the monument.

12 Vyšehrad is a cultural monument in Prague. It is a historical fort on a mountain. It has got very interesting history. Vyšehrad was built like a princely castle in the second half of 10th century.

13 There is Cathedral of Saint Paul and Peter. Another monument on Vyšehrad is Vyšehrad graveyard called Slavín, where are buried 54 important personalities (for example : Jaroslav Vrchlický (writer), Ema Destinová (opera songstress), František Křižík (inventor) etc.

14 From Vyšehrad go by metro C to Nádraží Holešovice station and there go by Bus number 112 to Botanická zahrada station.

15 Prague botanic garden

16 Public transport You get off at the subway station nádraží Holešovice and there go by bus n.112 to the station Botanická zahrada (Prague Botanic Garden). You get off at the subway station nádraží Holešovice and there go by bus n.112 to the station Botanická zahrada (Prague Botanic Garden).

17 Opening time Fata Morgana: Tuesday - Sunday Fata Morgana: Tuesday - Sunday Apríl9.00 – Apríl9.00 – from May to September9.00 – from May to September9.00 – October9.00 – October9.00 – From November to February9.00 – From November to February9.00 – March9.00 – March9.00 – Open Air expositions: daily

18 Information In Botanic Garden you can find lots of interesting plants. There are some exhibitions e.g. Small Alpine House, Japanese Garden, exhibitions of Irises etc. Their guides speak English, French, German and Spanish. They have a frame for disabled persons too and always have a great programme. Some days they hold various shows. For kids there are the archeopark and wood full of sounds and other programmes.More information you can find on their official website: /generate_page.php?pag e_id=1186&cz_botanick a=706f23ef5a e4 236b580d8486e

19 Fata Morgana Entrance fee KČ 90,- adult KČ 90,- adult KČ 45,- students (ISIC and TEACHER card), a child from years old KČ 45,- students (ISIC and TEACHER card), a child from years old KČ 250,- family fee (2 adults and 2 children 6 till 15) KČ 250,- family fee (2 adults and 2 children 6 till 15) Entrance free for child under 6, senior citizens, disabled persons with an assistant

20 Entrance fee for Open Air Expositions Entrance fee for Open Air Expositions KČ 40,- adult KČ 40,- adult KČ 20,- students (ISIC and TEACHER card), children from 6 to 15 years KČ 20,- students (ISIC and TEACHER card), children from 6 to 15 years KČ 100,- family fee (2 adults and 2 children 6 till 15) KČ 100,- family fee (2 adults and 2 children 6 till 15) Entrance free for child under 6, senior citizens, disabled persons with an assistant

21 Joint Entrance fee (Fata Morgana and Open Air Expositions) KČ 120,- adult KČ 120,- adult KČ 60,- students (ISIC and TEACHER card), children from 6 to 15 years KČ 60,- students (ISIC and TEACHER card), children from 6 to 15 years Kč 320,- family fee (2 adults and 2 children 6 till 15) Kč 320,- family fee (2 adults and 2 children 6 till 15) Entrance free for child under 6, teachers accompanying pupils, senior citizens, disabled persons with an assistant.

22 From the Botanic Gardens to the Zoo, go on foot down the Trojská Street.

23 PRAGUE ZOO The Zoo in Prague was opened on The first animals in our zoo were the wolf Lotta, an aviary with birds and horses. In our zoo there are 4825 animals (652 kinds) and every year visit our Zoo about 1 mil.people. In the year 2002 the zoo was struck by a devastating flood (low-lying parts were under water and many animals died e.g. the seal Gaston, who swam the Vltava river to Drazdany.) In the zoo there are many new buildings too, a new a pavilion with monkeys and orangutans, pavilion with giraffes, tigers, lions, penguins, hippos, elephants and many many other animals. Now there is a new baby of a leopardess.

24 The Prague zoo is open year-round. March: April, May, September, October: June, July, August: November, December, January, February: U Trojského zámku 3/ Praha 7 Tel.: , Fax: www:

25 Category Daily tickets Adults 150,- Children 3-15 years, students, retired, handicaped people 100,- families(2 adults+2 children) 450,- Children 0-3 years free Groups over 10 persons discount 10% Dogs 20,-

26 Indian Jungle(for monkeys, orangutangs) African pavilion(for lemures, small African animals)

27 Aviaries(for birds) Pavilion(for penguins)

28 FLOOD 2002 In August 2002 Prague was affected by a flood and its range and destructive potential had not been witnessed before. As the Prague zoo is situated right on the bank of the Vltava River, almost half of its area was flooded.

29 Troy castle Opening times: November to March: Saturday, Sunday April to October: every day ( except Monday) –

30  Adults: 20 CZK  Children, Pensioners or Students: 60 CZK  A family: 150 CZK  School trips: 20 CZK Entrance money:

31 This castle´s standing on the right waterside of the river Vltava. If You want to visit this castle, walk out of the ZOO and opposite the ZOO there is the entrance to Troy castle. (Trojský zámeček) Prague This castle is a big, baroque building. It was built by the architect Jan Mathey in the years 1679 to Round about the castle there is a big, gorgeous garden. There are fountains or terracotta vases. The castle´s neighbours are the Prague ZOO and botanic gardens. To Troy castle belongs a museum of vine and Czech wine. In this museum you get knowledge about Czech wine and its history.

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33 K ř ižík‘s fountain

34 Follow the signs to walk round to Fairground (Výstaviště). Křížík´s fountain is in the area of Fairground (Výstaviště). Follow the signs to walk round to Fairground (Výstaviště). Křížík´s fountain is in the area of Fairground (Výstaviště). Fairground

35 Křižík’s fountain is one of the attractions of Prague. In the year 1891, Czech engineer František Křižík engineered it. The fountain became a jewel of the Fairground (Výstaviště). Křižík’s fountain is one of the attractions of Prague. In the year 1891, Czech engineer František Křižík engineered it. The fountain became a jewel of the Fairground (Výstaviště). A century later the fountain was renovated in accordance with a plan, which projected the architect Z. Stašek. A century later the fountain was renovated in accordance with a plan, which projected the architect Z. Stašek. František Křižík

36 Křižík’s fountain is European unique. You can see there shows with light effects and amazing music and dance. The surrounding amphitheatre is designed for 6000 viewers. Křižík’s fountain is European unique. You can see there shows with light effects and amazing music and dance. The surrounding amphitheatre is designed for 6000 viewers.

37 Time of performance: March – November ( depends on the programme ) Time of performance: March – November ( depends on the programme ) Entrance fee: - Most of the shows’ entrance fee is 180CZK Entrance fee: - Most of the shows’ entrance fee is 180CZK - children under 6 years - children under 6 years old – entrance free old – entrance free

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