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Prague hosts events all year round, from the Christmas and Easter markets to the Prague Marathon, food and beer festivals, special exhibitions, pop concerts, and folk and classical music festivals. 2014 is no exception.
Money Exhibition - Exhibition|
Date: 01 August 2014 - 24 August 2014
The Money Exhibition at the New Building of the National Museum looks at the history of currencies, exploring the development of commerce and wage labour, the workings of banks and of the stock exchange. In a broader context it also analyses the influence of money on art, lifestyles and on human morality.
The exhibition features currencies, historic treasures, silverware, jewels, photographs and pictures. For adults and children.
|Where: National Museum, Wenceslas Square 68, New Town, Prague 1|
Prazsky Jarmark Folklore Festival|
Date: 30 August 2014. Time: 15:00.
The folklore festival "Prazsky Jarmark" in Prague attracts artists from the Czech Republic, Europe, Asia and Latin America. The gathering culminates in a free open-air performance at 3pm at the Old Town Square
, followed by a parade through the city centre.
|Where: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1|
|Prague Opera, Ballet & Classical Concert listings & tickets|
Dates: August 2014
Prague is famous for opera, ballet and classical concerts. Performances take place in three magnificent opera houses, in stunning concert halls and in an array of beautiful historic churches. Tickets are reasonably priced, so shows often sell out. Advance reservations are therefore highly recommended.
|Prague Theatre listings & tickets|
Dates: August 2014
Visit the Prague theatre for a typically Czech experience.
Black light theatre is a highly charged mix of dynamic dance, mime, singers, film, and state-of-the-art visual and sound effects. And marionette theatre features giant puppets. Shows are highly visual to appeal to adults and children of all ages and nationalities. Advance reservations are highly recommended.