The newly reconstructed Old Synagogue is open to visitors
The newly reconstructed Old Synagogue is open to visitors

In addition to the Great Synagogue, which is the fourth largest in the world, another interesting Jewish building can be visited in Pilsen from mid-June.…

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Pilsen among the Lonely Planet’s top destinations
Pilsen among the Lonely Planet’s top destinations

In 2014, even before Pilsen became the European Capital of Culture "A trip to Pilsen not only for beer" was included alongside attractive trips and experiences…

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Pilsen will start to change into the European capital of culture in September
Pilsen will start to change into the European capital of culture in September

Le Manège Carré Sénart, one of the world’s biggest carousels for children and adults, will appear on the Republic Square. Following Madrid, Paris, Antwerp…

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Step in the times of Baroque
Step in the times of Baroque

During six weeks, six baroque locations of Pilsen will be revived with hundreds of events – from concerts in churches and castles to exhibitions and theatre…

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Discover the Unknown Kupka in the West Bohemian Gallery
Discover the Unknown Kupka in the West Bohemian Gallery

Thanks to his excellent figurative drawing and painting Kupka became one of the leading representatives of European symbolism. Equally interesting is his…

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... Pilsner Urquell beer is exported to more than fifty countries around the world, and the term Pilsner comes from the light lager produced here?