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Muzeum Antonína Dvořáka, Prague

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  • This was delightful. The Czech Republic's favourite son composer was also a personable,,simple and devout man, and this simple museum, housed an a charming C19 Villa in Dvorak's neighbourhood, attests...  more »
  • Villa Amerika, Ke Karlovu 20: A lovely baroque building, originally known as Michnas Summer Palace. The ground floor of the building has various memorabilia which would please Dvorak admirers, and the...  more »
  • Once was Police Museum. Now it Houses the A Dvorak Treasures. Said he Would Give All His Symphonies. To Have Invented the Steam Engine !. His Viola piano. donated by Anna Dvorakova. His Cambridge Gown...  more »
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  • We went there on the 05.01.16. Really unfriendly Personal! The woman in front wanted us to pay the full fee before we could even say hello. We had our student identities in hand but she wouldn't let us in because: "it's to late now you should have say before." That could have been annoying but could have been the end of it and she could have cancelled the order and could have given us the deducted faire, but she insisted now that we pay the full price... I'm a big dvorak fan but this behaviour made me miss the experience.
  • Great museum, closed now
  • It's nice but nothing special...
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  • Andongning·dewoxiake Museum in honour of the famous Czech national school built composer andongning·dewoxiake. Museum of architecture is Baroque style, was designed by renowned architect Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer in 18th century building. Items on display at the museum include newspaper clippings, photographs, manuscripts, and the composer's piano and violin.
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