Founded in the first half of the 15th century, this cemetery is, along with the Old-New Synagogue, the most important Jewish historical…
This bronze statue represents a man without a head with the famous writer Franz Kafka sitting on his shoulders.
Dating back to the 13th century, this synagogue is the oldest one in Europe which is still in use.
Prague's Jewish quarter is believed to be one of the best-preserved Jewish cities in Europe.
This 19th-century synagogue built in a Moorish Revival style boasts its decorated interior.
Originally built in the 16th century, Maisel Synagogue once was the most exquisite building in the Jewish district.
The second oldest surviving synagogue in Prague was built by a Jewish family of Horowitz.
Jewish Museum, established in 1906, is a foundation gathering and administrating all the Jewish sights such as synagogues, the Old Jewish…
Klausen Synagogue, built in the early Baroque style, is the largest synagogue in the city's Jewish district.
Have you ever seen a town hall with two clocks? Come and see this former Jewish meeting place with clocks with Roman and Hebrew numbers.
Located between Rudolfinum and Old Jewish Cemetery, this Neo-Renaissance buidling houses a museum focused on preserving historical and…
The Jewish Ceremonial Hall can be found in the Josefov or Jewish Quarter of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
The Faculty of Arts, Charles University, is one of the original four faculties of Charles University in Prague.
A Czech cuisine restaurant.