The National Gallery is located in the capital of Czech Republic in Prague. The National Gallery has a long history which dates back to 1796 when it was founded.
The National Gallery in Prague has the largest art collection in the whole country and the art works are divided into parts according to the historical periods and the different artistic styles. The museum gives home to several art works from various paintings through sculptures to graphic art. The National Gallery has temporary and permanent exhibitions which are available through the whole year. The most interesting permanent exhibitions at the museum are the Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe, 19th century and Art from Classicism to Romanticism, European Art from the Classical Era to the Close of the Baroque, Art of the 20th and 21st centuries and so on. Apart from the permanent exhibitions at the moment the museum is hosting some temporary exhibitions on the most outstanding European artists such as Rembrandt, William Hogarth and Gustav Klimt.
The National Gallery in Prague is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm except on Monday when it is closed.
Staroměstské náměstí 12, 110 15 Praha 1, Czech Republic
Temporary exhibitions in the National Gallery
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