Národní galerie v Praze

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Národní galerie v Praze (National Gallery in Prague) is largest art gallery in the Czech Republic. Its collection includes more than 350 000 works. It has permanent exhibitions in Šternberský palác (from ancient art to baroque), Klášter sv. Anežky České (Czech medieval art), Schwarzenberský palác (Czech baroque art), Klášter sv. Jiří (Czech 19th century art), Veletržní palác (modern and contemporary art) and House of the Black Madonna (Czech cubism art). In 2009 gallery closed two permanent exhibitions - Asian art in Zámek Zbraslav and Czech landscape art in Palác Kinských, in 2010 new permanent exibition of ancient and Asian art will be opened in Palác Kinských. Temporary exhibitions are held mostly in Valdštejnská jízdárna.

Klášter sv. Anežky České - Czech medieval art[edit]

Šternberský palác - from ancient art to baroque[edit]

Schwarzenberský palác - Czech baroque art[edit]

Klášter sv. Jiří - Czech 19th century art[edit]

Palác Kinských - The Art of the Ancient World[edit]

Palác Kinských - The Art of Asia[edit]

Veletržní palác - modern and contemporary art[edit]

Dům U černé Matky boží - Czech cubist art[edit]

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