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Sternberg Palace, Prague

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  • ... but is worth a visit (part of the group ticket 6 museums of the National Gallery). This infrequent Museum (there are more guards watching you of visitors) contains treasures of art. It has magnificent works not always well put together but interesting.
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  • Three national museums in Prague Castle area. Struver Ski Museum, another one is in salmovesky Museum of art Schwartzenberg Museum, the rest is. Steal Bell Ski Museum, art gallery and houses from the classical works of European paintings of the Baroque period, El Greco, Rubens, Dürer's "Rosary Festival" is famous. Schwartzenberg Museum gathers works of Baroque in Bohemia, the salmovesky Museum of art works from art in the age of romanticism from classicism. One often overlooked because the entrances are 9 through adjacent Schwartzenberg Museum and the salmovesky Museum of fine arts, was in. Attracted me to also steal Bell Ski Museum and houses many masterpieces that can't miss, but less familiar in Japan Schwartzenberg museum pieces.
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  • I'm coming out of this picture gallery and one of the most important things I feel compelled to write is how to reach this gallery: Go in front of the Castle and search for the Archbishop's Palace, on your left you will find an arch that opens a laneway downhill, eventually you will find the entrance. Attention: looks closed, but it's not. Of its interior there is little to say other than it's worth any price (low) and that you won't find better in Bohemia about the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque art.
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  • The palace was excellently renovated. Exhibitions were professionally displayed. Glares & reflections are optmized. And most of all, the objects & paintings allowed to public in here, are too precious to be missed.
  • While the palace, gardens and artwork are all outstanding, my experience was not because of the way I look, different. Being followed very closely by a museum security guard in two different exhibits when I was the only non-Anglo in the room was the first sign of exclusivity. The first guard was so close to me I got scared when I turned away from reading the plaque. Then, I realized he was following just me so, I asked him point blank, "Why are you following me when there are so many other people around?" No reply, just a smirk and continues to follow me into the other room. Later, I move on to another floor of the museum. Another security guard does the same intimidation tactics and nearly follows me out of the museum doors! Maybe he wanted to make sure I wouldn't return and was gone for good or that my kind are not welcome to enjoy art and culture.
  • It is like you have gone to another planet! The building is incredible! The art is incredible! The garden? Wow! The cafe? Perfect! I love Praha more and more by each trip!
  • Part of National Gallery. Famous painting even Rubens. Good garden.
  • The palace itself is amazing, but the art gallery within even more so. If you're into art and design, make sure not to miss this one.