Czech republic museums map

Czechia museums map. Czech republic museums map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to print. Czech republic museums map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to download. With a collection of about 14 million items, the National Museum is the country largest museum and the one you definitely should not miss. Aside from the main Department of Prehistory and Protohistory, the museum also houses collections connected to Czech history starting in the 10th century, a department of ethnography, and a major numismatics collection. National Technical Museum (Prague) as its shown in Czech republic museums map, is dedicated to the history of technology, the collection here is a little more eclectic than you would expect. Aside from astronomy, mining and printing, the museum also houses artifacts connected to the history of clocks and timekeeping, including sundials, fireclocks and even quantum clocks. Moser glass is unique to the Czech Republic and perhaps one of the most popular luxury souvenirs visitors can take home.
Terezin (located in the city of the same name as its mentioned in Czech republic museums map) is the only WWII concentration camp that falls within the current borders of the Czech Republic. Originally, Terezin was a military fortress built in 1790 to protect against Prussian troops and was later used as a prison. Mendel Museum (Brno) is completely dedicated to the life and work of Gregor Johann Mendel, the Czech scientist responsible for the invention of modern genetics science but also for significant studies connected to the reproduction of bees and metheorology. The Romani people have always been an integral part of Czechia history – but this is the first and only museum of its kind in Europe. The museum extensive collection includes written and decorative materials, clothing and jewelry, photos and videos chronicling the culture and history of the Romani people and an extensive library of documents.