Prague native Hana studied Historical Sciences at Charles University, where she focused her thesis on the lives of children who were deported to Terezin concentration camp during the Second World War. An expert in both medieval and 20th century Czech history, Hana has vast experience leading tours, having worked in the profession for over 25 years.
Marek Červený studied at the Institute of Art History at the Charles University in Prague, earning a Masters degree in 2011. His thesis focused on the influence of the political system of the interwar Czechoslovak Republic on the iconography of official art commissions. His field of interest covers modern art, public monuments, funeral sculpture, sculptural decoration of architecture and the relations between politics and art. He believes that one need not visit museums to enjoy art, rather it is enough to look around while walking on the streets. This approach helps him understand Prague and the connection between its history, society, its institutions and the people who built it. Marek also enjoys working with archival records, using these to fill empty gaps in the story of Czech art.
Pavel Kuča grew up in Krnov, a small Silesian town in the Sudets Mountains. After attending a French-language grammar school in Olomouc, he studied history at the Masaryk University in Brno and specialized on 19th-century ethnic conflicts in Central Europe. He has since worked in media, including a period as editor of the liberal Jewish magazine, Maskil, and since 2012, he has been working as a professional tour guide in English and French. Pavel's favored topics are the psychology of architecture and sociological understanding of Central European history - not to mention, he is a specialist on Czech beers and loves biking.
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House of the Black Madonna and Municipal House
Sedlec Ossuary, The Cathedral of Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist, Italian Court, Royal Mint, and St. Barbara's Church
Your choice of sites
Various Art Nouveau cafes
Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, and Malostranska Square