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Franz Kafka's Birthplace (Expozice Franze Kafky), Prague
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Franz Kafka's Birthplace (Expozice Franze Kafky) celebrates the influential 20th-century writer on the site where he was born. Although the original building has been torn down, a bust marks the spot where the author was born. Through texts and photographs, the exhibit pieces together a timeline of the author's life for those wishing to learn more on a visit to the city that influenced so much of his writing. As Kafka was Jewish, the museum also addresses Jewish life in the capital. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Franz Kafka's Birthplace (Expozice Franze Kafky) by using our Prague itinerary maker.
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Franz Kafka's Birthplace (Expozice Franze Kafky) è una delle attrazioni legate allo scrittore praghese. La storia della statua, raccontano le guide, è affascinante e inquietante come la vita di Franz ... read more »Franz Kafka's Birthplace (Expozice Franze Kafky) is one of the attractions related to the writer in Prague. The history of the statue, the guide, is fascinating and disturbing as the life of Franz Kafka. The Councilshow original
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A casa onde Kafka viveu, localiza-se em Old Town, próximo ao relógio astronômico.Em sua homenagem há uma escultura em frente à casa.Hoje funciona uma cafeteria no localThe House where Kafka lived, is located in Old Town, close to the astronomical clock. In his honor there is a sculpture in front of the House. Today runs a coffee shop on siteshow original
Mesmo quem nunca leu Kafka tem pelo menos a noção da importãncia desse escritor na literatura mundial. Não é a toa que existe até um termo com seu nome para expressar uma situação deseperadora, trágic... read more »Even those who never read Kafka has at least the notion of the importance of this writer in world literature. No wonder that there is even a term with your name to express a situation desperate, tragic and hopeless: Kafka-esque. If you like the Czech books then you will love to follow the steps of this fascinating writer. In fact, although not really is a restaurant in that Museum of Kafka, I think it's worth more worth reading a bit about the author, read a book and pursue his story by the fascinating streets of Prague.show original
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