Czech food can be best described as comfort food. Czech cuisine has influence from surrounding countries such as Germany and Austria but many of the sweets found in Central Europe originated in the Czech lands
Hotel At The Three Storks - luxury hotel in Prague Welcome to a new luxury boutique hotel located in the lively, old part of Prague, on Tomášská street, Lesser Town. The hotel offers a original surroundings that was designed by AI DESIGN architectural studio together with Eva Jiřičná Architects atelier in London. There is a quaint ambiance of the historical house At the Three Storks, with a perfect harmony between the Renaissance interior and the contemporary design.
The Galerie Rudolfinum (part of The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra) is a state non-profit institution directed and financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, and has its seat in the reconstructed building of Prague Rudolfinum, together with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. J. Zítek and J. Schulz, architects of the National Theatre in Prague, designed the representative neo-renaissance building of the Rudolfinum, completed in 1884, to house both a concert hall and a gallery…
Together with Toyen and a group of Surrealist compatriots Heisler started the first postwar Surrealist journal, Néon. The magazine didn’t survive long due to the 1948 communist takeover of Czechoslovakia from which funds could no longer be accessed, but represented evidence of the continued innovation of the avant-garde creation that had been brutally interrupted by World War II.