Convent of St. Agnes, Prague
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At Convent of St. Agnes, trace the development of Czech art, starting with mid-14th-century panel paintings and sculptures, then moving on to 15th- and the early-16th-century oil paintings executed in the International style. The authentic environment of a Gothic convent is the backdrop for an exhibit of medieval and early Renaissance art depicting mostly religious subjects. A 13th-century princess who opted for a life of charity and piety over a life of luxury and comfort founded the convent and became its first abbess. The convent is also renowned as being haunted by the ghost of the Unhappy Nun. Add Convent of St. Agnes to your Prague travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Prague tour planner.
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מנזר סנט אגנס ממוקם בצפון העיר, על גדות הנהר ובקרבת הרובע היהודי. במקום תוכלו לראות גלריה בנושא דת הנצרות, פסלים וציורים. לטעמי היה קצת משעמם. המקום כלול ב-prague card
Great place to go if you're a fan of gothic and medieval art. The setting of an old convent adds to the atmosphere. It provided a reflective and pleasant afternoon in Prague. I will say that compared ... read more »
Questo convento del Duecento, in stile gotico primitivo è davvero bello, dopo i restauri. Oggi ospita alcune collezioni della Galleria Nazionale mentre le chiese, dove sono sepolti alcuni reali di Boe... read more »This 13th century convent, it's beautiful, primitive Gothic style after its restoration. Today it houses some collections of the National Gallery while churches, where they are buried some real of Bohemia (Wenceslaus I, Queen Cunegunda and St Agnes of Bohemia), are used as concert halls. When I visited were empty and most impressive: simple yet elegant architecture that is well worth the visit.show original
Kazimierz s. ozog
One of the best exhibitions in Prague. Art of the Middle Ages in the beautiful interiors of the former monastery. Ticket prices are not high.
Excellent medieval paintings. 👌
Really like it. You can take picture and in the store at the end, there a nice book with all the collection.
Claudio DI BITONTOFor those who like Gothic, medieval, early Renaissance is probably the best Museum to visit in Prague. A large amount, accessible and in excellent condition. To see!show original
Mariusz TrejtowiczA unique place.show original
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