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Wallenstein Palace, Prague

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  • Luxurious Palace headquarters of the Czech Republic with large frescoed and decorated with stuccoes and paintings, large fireplaces and svavillanti crystal chandeliers. Coming from Malostranskè namesti, along the Tomasska, at the end of which opens the square from the name of this building on the right. If you took the subway get off at Malostranska and revenue from the gate next to the station (after the escalators turn left and then right) otherwise take the valdstejnska left. Saturday and Sunday from 10 to 16 in for free.
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  • Wallenstein Palace (Valdštejnský palác) is considered one of the largest Palace and park complexes in Prague. From 1992 onwards it meets Czech Senate. The visit was free
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  • We stopped for several years at Klarov Malostranska Metro station, is about. A few steps away is the Wallenstein Palace and its garden. In the Garden we are almost every day-so it's nice to be in the Green silence after the bustle of the city. This year we decided to explore the Palace itself. In the Wallenstein Palace is located and operates the Czech Senate, but in spite of this Palace you can visit on weekends from 10 and up to 4:00 pm. To get to the Palace is through the Wallenstein garden, and you can go to Wallenstein square. Free admission. At the entrance you can take Avenue in Russian language, which describes the basic premise of the Senate. After passing through the halls is the main, Knight's Hall receptions, mythological Gallery neuderzhishsja do a bunch of photos. Luxury, pomposity, stucco, painting it all remains with love, just a solid story. Premises a little, at least those that can be viewed. Part of the Palace is not accessible for tourists, she transferred to the Polytechnic; (not going to argue that this is so). If, after visiting the Palace go out into the garden, you can marvel at the peacocks that roam there, including a sumptuous White Peacock.
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