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Museum of Antonín Dvořák, Ke karlovu 20, Praha 2


A summer palace of Václav Michna from Vacínov in the heart of Prague built by Kilián Ignác Diezenhofer between 1712 and 1720, a beauty-spot of aristocracy, later even a pub of German students of medicine – today a museum with precious exhibits and a research center of Antonín Dvořák and his followers – the Czech composers Josef Suk, Vítězslav Novák and Oskar Nedbal – destination of Antonín Dvořák’s music admirers from all over the world and especially from the USA.



Music Salon

Ceiling fresco “Rise of Apollo” by Jan Ferdinand Schor, imposing
baroque fireplace 



Baroque Garden

sculptures and vases by Matyáš Braun and his followers


KLEMENTINUM MIRROR CHAPEL / Any location preferred by the client

The Mirror Chapel, also the Chapel of the Annunciation og Our Lady, is located in Prague's Klementinum in the Old Town. The chapel was built between 1722 and 1726 and to this day it is not reliably ascertained who is the author of the building design, whether František Maxmilián Kaňka or Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer. The interior of the chapel is an example of the high baroque. The chapel was given its present name because of the unusually copious use of mirrors in its decoration, not only on the walls but also on the vault. In 2011, the chapel was reconstructed as part of the revitalization of the Klementinum. The chapel is used mainly as a concert hall.

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