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Maisel Synagogue

The restored Maisel Synagogue is a 16th-century temple, part of the multi-site Jewish Museum - and it's also Prague's most popular museum. The exhibits were collected during World War II as the occupying Nazis pillaged each and every Czech Jewish community and stockpiled the booty in Prague, where a small Jewish Museum had existed since 1906. The synagogue now houses the first part of an exhibition called "History of the Jews in Bohemia and Moravia" covering the period from the 10th Century to the 18th Century. Displays include silver Torah shields, pointers, fine tapestry, Torah curtains, documents, books and items from the ordinary everyday life of the city's Jews. Many of the finest objects date back to the relatively prosperous 16th Century, when several of the richest synagogues in the Jewish quarter were built. For a more contemporary view of Jewish history, be sure to visit the Spanish Synagogue.

Prague Zoo

Rare animals, themed exhibits and a series of trails slicing across its expanse make Prague Zoo a favorite among visitors of all ages. One of the largest zoos in the country and among the most visited spots as well, the Prague Zoo boasts of more than 5000 animals today. From polar bears, fur seals, hippopotamuses and Sumatran tigers to flamingos, penguins and vultures, numerous species thrive within enclosures resembling their natural habitats. The zoo complex is large and can be explored on foot, by chairlift and also zoo trams. A must-visit, the zoo is perfect for a family day out.

Clementinum - Mirror Chapel (Zrcadlová kaple Klementina)

The Mirror Chapel, dating back to around 1724, was possibly designed by Frantisek Maximillian Kanka. The Baroque opulence is outstanding with mirrors placed on the ceiling. The purple and red ombre decor in marble and stucco finish is embellished with rich gold carvings. Gilded figurines of harp and trumpet playing cherubs sail over one of the two 18th-century organs. An exhibition and a chamber concert hall, the experience of listening to classical masterpieces is unparalleled because of the impeccable acoustics. An architectural marvel, the Mirror Chapel is one of the most breathtaking venues in the city.

Divadlo Archa

Sine the time it opened with the performance of Japanese dancer Min Tanaka, Archa has presented compelling dance and musical performances of all genres to a discriminating audience. Some of the famous names that have performed here are John Cale, David Byrne, Meredith Monk, The Residents and Robert Wilson. Other artistes who have performed here include the best of Czech progressive art from the Agon Orchestra to the HaDivadlo and Goose an A String theater troupes. The hall's modest size means that no one is more than a few rows away from the action.

Wenceslas Square

Prague's main thoroughfare is more of an inclined boulevard than a square, with a central concourse flanked by two roadways. The hub of cultural, social and business activity with its many shops, hotels, bars, and restaurants, it is busy irrespective of day or night. Wenceslas Square has long been the center of protest, from a large outdoor mass demonstration in 1848 to the declaration of the First Republic in 1918. It was founded in 1348 as part of the New Town and was originally used (and known) as the Horse Market until 1848, when it was finally given its present name. The square is dominated by the imposing building of the National Museum with the Wenceslas Monument right below it. Art Nouveau architectural style can be dominantly seen in the buildings around Wenceslas Square. In December, the square is abuzz with the spirit of the city's Christmas Market.

Divadlo TaFantastika

This theater specializes in black light theater. Shows range from Joan of Arc to Picture of Dorian Gray, and star Czech pop stars like Lucie Bila, Bara Basikova, Petr Muk, Kamil Strihavka and others who've found steadier work on the musical stage than they ever did on the Czech pop-concert circuit. The director of the show, Jozef Bednarik, has also worked with the staid National Theater.

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